Lecturer - Department of Security, Fire, and Emergency Management
CUNY - John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Location: New York
Type: Full Time
4 Year Degree
Internal Number: 25442
Suitable candidates with a focus on Emergency Management are encouraged to apply. The position of lecturer is tenure-bearing through what is called a “certificate of continuous employment” (CCE) after the sixth annual reappointment. This position is a teaching position with a course load of eight classes per year in addition to major expectations of departmental service. There is no expectation of research or publication. The hiring committee is especially interested in applicants who contribute to the diversity mission of the college through their leadership, community service, research, and/or lived experiences.
Bachelor's degree in area(s) of expertise, and the ability to teach successfully.
• Master's degree (preferably with research) in the area(s) of experience. • Five years of college teaching experience, preferably at the University Level, with a demonstrated ability toteach in the classroom and online using Blackboard. • The willingness and ability to cooperate with others for the good of the institution.
John Jay College of Criminal Justice is a senior college of the City University of New York (CUNY) and an internationally recognized leader in educating for justice. Led by President Karol V. Mason, John Jay is a federally designated Hispanic-serving institution, it is ranked third in the nation in Black student success, and it is a top ten institution for promoting student social mobility. John Jay is proud to serve a diverse and dynamic student body of 15,000 students that includes nearly fifty percent students who are first in their family to attend college as well as students who are immigrants, from low-income families, or from other historically underrepresented groups in higher education.
The College participates in the doctoral programs of the Graduate Center of CUNY, and offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees both in traditional criminal justice-related fields of study as well as in a robust portfolio of liberal arts and sciences programs that highlight themes of justice across the arts, sciences, humanities, and social sciences. The College seeks staff and faculty members who thrive in multicultural academic environments and are committed to access and excellence in higher education.