DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SCIENCES
Illinois State University
TWO POSITIONS AVAILABLE
The Department of Criminal Justice Sciences invites applications for two tenure track positions beginning Fall 2004. Both positions are subject to final budgetary approval.
· Earned doctorate in Criminal Justice or related area, with emphases in LAW ENFORCEMENT/POLICING. MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION, STATISTICS OR PUBLIC POLICY
· Individuals who are pursuing a terminal degree (Ph.D.) who have reasonable expectations of completing degree requirements, including dissertation defense, by May 15, 2005 will be considered. Candidates seeking Associate Professor must hold the Ph.D.
at the time of application. The J.D. is not an appropriate terminal degree for these positions.
· Candidates for Associate Professor must have a record of scholarship and service focused around the primary teaching assignment. In the absence of an established record of scholarship, the accumulation of appropriate skills and abilities to develop such a record of scholarship will be considered for the Assistant Professor position.
· A record reflecting the ability to teach at the undergraduate/graduate level.
· Teach undergraduate and graduate courses that are part of the primary
assignment, including Contemporary Policing, Management Issues in Criminal Justice,
Research Methods, Statistics, and the Department’s course on “justice” in ISUs General
Education Program. We are seeking an individual with interest in developing and teaching an
upper division/graduate course in law enforcement/policing that can be part of the primary
· Develop and maintain a focused agenda of scholarship appropriate to the discipline. Candidates for Associate Professor must have a record of scholarly accomplishments.
· Participate in the Department’s curriculum development process.
· Demonstrate professional service to the Department, College, University, community, and profession.
Salary Commensurate with qualifications and experience
Application Deadline Initial review of applications will begin on November 15, 2003 and
continue until the position is filled. To assure full consideration, applicants should submit a letter detailing educational and professional preparation for the position, a curriculum vita, three letters of reference, and official transcripts by November 15, 2003. Send materials to:
Dr. Thomas Ellsworth, Chairperson
Faculty Search Committee
Department of Criminal Justice Sciences
Illinois State University
Campus Box 5250
Normal, IL 61790-5250
The Department of Criminal Justice Sciences web site can be found at www.ilstu.edu/depts/cjs.
For additional information: Telephone 309-438-7626 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Illinois State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action university encouraging diversity.