The Program in Criminal Justice at Rutgers University-New Brunswick is seeking a non-tenure track instructor to teach in-person, undergraduate courses during the 2023-24 academic year, beginning September 1, 2023. This position is renewable based on the candidate's qualifications and satisfactory performance. The successful candidate will be expected to serve as interim career advisor and teach 2 courses in the Fall 23, 1 of which is an introductory-level Corrections course (Prisons & Prisoners) and one will be a small seminar on a topic of special interest/expertise, and teach the equivalent of 3 courses in the Spring 2024. Although areas of specialization within Criminal Justice are open, applicants with expertise, teaching, or professional experience in corrections, therapeutic interventions, research methods, juvenile justice, and comparative criminal justice are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants will be considered on a rolling basis.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Candidates with a doctoral degree or ABD in Criminal Justice, or a related field are preferred. Candidates with other advanced degrees (e.g. law, education, social work) and significant teaching and professional experience in the Criminal Justice or Social Work field will also be considered.
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