Details for NCSC Seeking: Criminal Justice Faculty/Program Coordinator
North Central State College
North Central State College is accepting applications for a full-time 9-month Criminal Justice Faculty/Program Coordinator member. The position will begin Fall Semester 2020 (August 17, 2020).
Essential duties/responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
• Maintains minimum of 15 credit/18 contact hours of classroom, clinical and/or laboratory instruction per term and reflects a 40-hour workweek.
• Meets with all classes as scheduled and provides the full component of instruction.
• Provides appropriate assistance and supervision to students in all classrooms and/or labs.
• Delivers instruction based on the learning objectives and course outcomes found in the official College syllabus.
• Develops and maintains appropriate course materials to be distributed to students.
• Maintains current knowledge and skills in the faculty member’s discipline and in teaching strategies.
• Holds at least four (4) office hours per week for student consultation and advisement.
• Maintains accurate academic records for all students.
• Maintains accurate attendance records for all students.
• Reports attendance information, midterm deficiencies, and final term grade to the Student Records Office in the manner and by the dates specified.
• Operates within the organizational structure and policies of the College.
• Attends departmental, divisional, and professional development meetings and other College activities as required.
• Attends graduation ceremonies and assists as requested.
• Assists the divisional Dean, Assistant Dean, Program Director and/or Program Coordinator in maintaining an inventory of appropriate educational supplies and equipment.
• Maintains security of College property.
• Serves on College committees.
• Performs community service including serving on and working with community organizations, area agencies, and /or advisory committees.
• Maintains proper housekeeping, safety, and security in classrooms and/or labs.
• Assists in maintaining appropriate educational supplies and equipment classrooms and/or labs.
• Maintains professional relationships with students, peers, and staff to promote competence, education, and training related to program.
• Recommends master scheduling, room utilization, and staffing of classes.
• Schedules, plans, and attends program advisory committee meetings (at least two per year required).
• Recommends to the Assistant Dean, the selection of textbooks and faculty desk copies in cooperation with appropriate course coordinators.
• Recommends to the Assistant Dean, equipment and supplies to be purchased for the program.
• Responsible for overseeing the maintenance of the equipment and facilities of the program.
• Recommends to the Assistant Dean, proposed lab fees in cooperation with course coordinators.
• Provides leadership for student advising in the program.
• Schedules and produces minutes for department meetings.
• Provides input to the Assistant Dean in regards to marketing for the specific programs in which faculty are the subject matter experts.
• Coordinates the program’s internal assessments.
• Assists with creating, maintaining, and preparing the annual budget.
• Recommends with identification of course substitutions/waivers or proficiency requests.
• Recommends prerequisite overrides for students or other approvals to facilitate an educational plan or schedule.
• Assists adjunct faculty with classroom issues.
• Maintains communication with adjunct faculty throughout each term.
• Assists adjunct faculty with course content, delivery, and classroom issues.
• Recommends curriculum development and maintenance related to the program.
• Bachelor’s degree in criminology, criminal justice, or a related field in a combination of courses in criminology, police science, corrections, the administration of criminal justice, law, legal studies, or Homeland Security.
• Five years professional employment experience in criminal justice required.
Please express your interest in this position by submitting a letter of application and résumé to:
or send to
NORTH CENTRAL STATE COLLEGE
Attention: Human Resources
2441 Kenwood Circle, Mansfield, OH 44906
Resumes will be reviewed beginning February 3, 2020 and until filled.
North Central State College is an Equal Employment Opportunity institution. We value campus diversity and demonstrate this in campus initiatives. We particularly encourage members of historically under-represented groups to apply.
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