The individual will teach a wide variety of undergraduate criminal justice classes, on campus and online. Commitment to quality teaching and collegial relationship building is required of all candidates. The individual will teach courses that may include, but not limited to, courses in policing and the judiciary, as well as other courses offered by the department. The faculty member should anticipate involvement with interdisciplinary teaching. The candidate will be required to work with other faculty members and students in curriculum development, student advising, and student placement. The faculty member should also anticipate involvement in activities that support Bemidji State University's themes of environmental stewardship, civic engagement, and global/multicultural understanding. In addition, the faculty member should have the skills/ability to design and deliver online courses with Desire to Learn (D2L) software. The faculty member will be expected to participate in Departmental and University assessment activities, and should have demonstrated experience working with and/or interest working with students and colleagues from multi-cultural and diverse backgrounds and using culturally responsive pedagogy and practice.
Job Type: Full-Time Probationary
Location: Bemidji, Minnesota
Agency: College of Arts Education & Humanities