College Professor, Criminology
College Professor - Criminology
Competition Number: C001566
Division/Portfolio: Arts and Foundational Programs
Department/Program: Interdisciplinary Studies
The role and responsibilities of a faculty member focus on the activities related to teachers, academics and scholars. They include but are not limited to an awareness of current scholarship and continuing mastery in one's field, instructional and professional duties, professional development, and service. In addition, duties and responsibilities may include scholarly activity.
Education and Experience:
The minimum qualification is a Master’s degree; PhD is preferred. An equivalent level credential as appropriate for the discipline will be considered. Professional or post-secondary school work experience directly related to the duty assignment is an asset. Experience demonstrating a learner-centered teaching philosophy is desired. An active profile in scholarship, research and creative activity is preferred.
Skills and Abilities:
Designs and teaches a course with regard for learning outcomes
Teaches in a variety of modes, including lecture, discussion, active student involvement and laboratory work as appropriate
Interested in use of appropriate technological aids in instruction
Open to feedback from others on ways to improve teaching and related activities
Knowledgeable about the subject matter of the teaching area and able to teach the subject matter at a post-secondary level
Maintains currency and vitality in one’s discipline through professional activities, professional development and/or scholarship
Interested in course and program development
Collegial and willing to work constructively with others
Comfortable in a computerized environment and with programs relevant to instruction and academic discipline
The Department of Interdisciplinary Studies is seeking a Continuing Part-time (62.5%) College Professor to teach Criminology at the Penticton campus. Fall 2021 – 2 sections Introductory Criminology (CRIM 111 and CRIM 121) Winter 2022 – 2 sections Introductory Criminology (CRIM 121) and 1 section Law, Youth & Young Offenders (CRIM 210). A Master's Degree in Criminology or a related field is required. A Ph.D is preferred.
Appointment Type: Faculty - Part-time Continuing
Appointment Start Date: 08/03/2021
Annual Salary/Hourly Rate: Salary placement is dependent upon qualifications and experience.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Please provide the names and contact information for a minimum of three referees. For inquiries of an academic nature, please contact Dr. Norah Bowman, Chair, Interdisciplinary Studies, by way of email to NBowman@okanagan.bc.ca.
Posting Opening Date: 05/11/2021
Posting Closing Date: 06/13/2021
To apply for this position, please go to the following website: https://www.employmentopportunities.okanagan.bc.ca and complete an on-line application.