Professor, Criminal Justice Studies

of Applied Arts and Technology
200 Talbot Road West
Windsor, Ontario
N9A 6S4
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Professor, Criminal Justice Studies

Post by LauraC » Thu Feb 28, 2019 3:16 pm

Professor, Criminal Justice Studies

Department: School of Community Studies

Competition #: 19-F-01

Campuses: Windsor

Classification: Academic

Posting Type: Internal/External

Salary Range: Commensurate with qualifications and experience

Status: Full-Time

Closing Date: Wednesday March 6th, 2019 by 4:30 p.m.

Presentation Required: YES

Start Date: August, 2019

St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology offers a wide variety of programs and courses leading to two and three-year diplomas as well as one-year certificates and applied degrees. Our Academic Schools include Skilled Trades, Community Studies, Health Sciences, Nursing, Engineering Technologies, Business and Information Technology, Media, Arts and Design and Academic Studies. The College has over 10,000 full-time students enrolled in post-secondary programs, as well as over 30,000 part-time learners engaged in credit, non-credit, distance and contract training activities. The College is focused on graduating learners with exceptional employability skills who are positioned to contribute to the growth and success of the economy within our community, across the country, and around the world. In addition to a rewarding career, other benefits offered to eligible full-time employees of St. Clair College include competitive salaries, a defined-benefit pension plan, a comprehensive benefits package; and a wellness program.
Reporting to the Chair, School of Community Studies, the professor will be responsible for developing an effective learning environment for students by participating in the design, revision, and updating of curriculum, by teaching assigned courses and by providing academic leadership. The professor would be also responsible for participating in applied research and development initiatives.
The candidate will require a minimum of a post-secondary degree in Criminology or within a criminal justice related field. A graduate degree in a related field would be considered an asset. The candidate must have at least five years of recent and relative experience in community and/or institutional criminal justice services. The candidate must possess extensive knowledge/understanding of the CJS community and its respective employment practices to secure and manage placements. Certification and/or knowledge to teach specialized practical (ie: self-defense/restraints, reporting, crisis intervention) and theoretical courses is a definite asset.

Additional desirable assets and/or skills include the following:
• Excellent oral and written communication skills associated with being a College Professor;
• Significant experience teaching in adult education at the post-secondary level
• Experience in curriculum/program/course development, evaluation and revision;
• Demonstrated knowledge of integrating technology into the classroom and alternate delivery modes;
• Willingness to serve on departmental, College and community committees and be an effective team member;
• Personal commitment to professional development for vocational and teaching competencies;
• Excellent computer abilities including Learning Management Systems such as Blackboard or equivalent, relevant instrumentation and signal analysis software.

Please forward your resume quoting the competition number either by fax at (519) 972-2754, by online application at ... sumes.html or by mail to Human Resources, St. Clair College of Applied Arts & Technology, 2000 Talbot Road West, Windsor, Ontario N9A 6S4. Please use one method only. Resumes must be received prior to the closing date and time.

St. Clair College is committed to workplace diversity and provides accommodations to applicants with disabilities throughout our hiring process. If you require an accommodation, please contact Human Resources.

We invite applications from qualified applicants. The competition will be conducted in accordance with the prevailing Collective Agreement. While we appreciate all applications, we will acknowledge only those applicants invited for an interview.

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