Overview

Posting Number 2019-0104-Fac-P Working Title Faculty, Criminal Justice Position Type Faculty Department Legal Studies Advertised Salary FTE 1.0 Job Summary/Basic FunctionTeaches 30 pay hours per year of assigned classes and performs instructional duties in diverse learning environments. Responsibilities will include designing and preparing course assignments and assessments both in class and online, grading and tracking student work, and assessing student placement. Maintaining scheduled office hours, meeting with students and providing academic advisement to students in the Criminal Justice and related areas. Provides mentoring and guidance to adjunct faculty and assists with student conferences.

It is expected that faculty maintain current professional standards and practices, as well as attend committee/department meetings, and support the mission of SFCC and the School of Business, Education and Professional Studies. Must be committed to serving a diverse college community.
Minimum Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Criminal Justice or a related field, including at least 18 graduate credits in Criminal Justice.
  • Three (3) years experience, in law enforcement, corrections, related criminal justice field, or teaching experience in related field.

OR

  • Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or a related field
  • Five (5) years experience in law enforcement, corrections, related criminal justice field, or teaching experience in related field.

Preferred Qualifications

  • At least two (2) years experience teaching in a post-secondary or college setting.
  • Teaching experience in a community college setting.
  • Teaching experience in a law enforcement academy
  • Five (5) or more years of teaching experience
  • Experience in curriculum development, online and technology-enriched teaching, and student advising.
  • Experience in teacher mentoring and strong record of continuing professional development.
  • Experience teaching in a multicultural setting.
  • Knowledge of both workforce-oriented criminal justice curriculum and criminal justice curriculum oriented toward academic transfer

Knowledge, Skills and AbilitiesCurrent and demonstrated knowledge in applicable course content, including knowledge of the history of criminal and civil justice as well as of evolving ideas about systematic criminal justice reform and methods for incorporating those ideas into program curriculum; knowledge of current teaching methodologies and practices, such as cooperative learning, service-learning, traditional and alternative assessment; on-line and blended course delivery; diverse learning styles; evaluation methodologies; record keeping; and of curriculum design and planning. Must possess strong oral and written communication skills. Skill in problem solving; in time management; in computer use; in listening and in critical thinking. Must have sensitivity to and understanding of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, special needs, and ethnic backgrounds of college students. Ability to communicate information and ideas; speak clearly; work with students with learning differences and disabilities.
Posting Date 08/09/2022 Closing Date 09/09/2022 Open Until Filled No Special Instructions to ApplicantsApplications are disqualified in the first level of review if they do not meet all Minimum Qualifications listed in this job posting. (Years of experience are calculated based upon numbers of hours worked per week. Example: 2 years of experience working 20 hours per week equals 1 year of experience.) Relevant experience pertains to Minimum Qualifications, Job Summary/Basic Function, and Preferred Qualifications/Knowledge, Skills and Abilities described in this job posting. ASSUMPTIONS ARE NOT MADE at any level of SFCC’s Hiring Process if information presented in the application material does not clearly address the Minimum Qualifications, Job Summary/Basic Function, and Preferred Qualifications/Knowledge, Skills and Abilities. Number of pages of application material will not negatively/positively affect your application, however, LACK OF DETAIL may.
Diversity StatementAs Santa Fe Community College (SFCC) neighbors ancient Pueblo lands, and is a Sanctuary campus in a Sanctuary city, SFCC is committed to attracting and retaining highly qualified and richly diverse faculty and staff. Our students need a community to teach and support them and that represents their diversity. SFCC strives to make our campus a place of safety, inclusion and equity where all individuals from all diverse backgrounds feel welcomed, nurtured and valued.
At the heart of SFCC’s mission – Empower Students, Strengthen Community. Empoderar a los Estudiantes, Fortalecer a la Comunidad – is a commitment and promise that higher education and opportunity should be open to everyone in our community and to fostering a climate where students can be who they want to be. A place where all within our community belong. A place where you are seen, a place where you are valued, a place where you are respected, a place where you are appreciated. Come join our community!
Physical DemandsThe work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Approximate percentages of other activities:
Standing 40%
Walking 20%
Sitting 40%
Driving 0%
Term of Employment 9 monthJob Duties

Responsibility/Duty

  • Teaches up to 15 pay hours each semester (fall and spring semesters)/30 pay hours per year;
  • Provides classroom and online instruction in Criminal Justice;
  • Conducts assigned classes in accordance with approved course syllabi;
  • Creates and maintains effective, student-centered, learning environments;
  • Advises students concerning academic achievement and learning goals; assists students with enrollment, registration and navigating systems;
  • Works with Counseling/Accessibility Services and the Tutoring Center, making referrals as necessary;
  • Acquaints students with course content, requirements, grading procedures, and attendance policy;
  • Maintains student records regarding grades, coursework, degree plans and petitions to graduate;
  • Maintains and submits up-to-date course outlines, syllabi and assessment materials;
  • Submits required reports by deadlines;
  • Seeks ways to improve instruction, keeping abreast of professional education developments;
  • Maintains approved schedule of office hours;
  • Participates in curriculum development;
  • Creates curriculum and assessment instruments employing multiple assessment techniques;
  • Integrates appropriate technology and diversity throughout the curriculum;
  • Develops and selects materials and methods for faculty to use in teaching and assessing courses;
  • Assists in the choice of textbooks and other instructional materials that are appropriate to the course syllabi;
  • Participates in faculty, department, School, college-wide and other meetings and functions; serves on college committees; and attends and supports college activities;
  • Promotes program within SFCC and to the community;
  • Works with the Office of Recruitment and Outreach to promote SFCC programs;
  • Serves as the coordinator of program advisory committee;
  • Works with businesses and related industries in the Santa Fe area to develop strong relationships, career paths initiatives, internships and workforce development;
  • Manages student internships and/or co-ops;
  • Mentors and observes faculty;
  • Collaborates with other faculty and staff in the School and across the college; and assumes special duties assigned by the Dean of the School and/or designated representatives.

Although the above are typical of the duties and responsibilities normally performed, additional duties and responsibilities requiring the same or lesser skills, knowledge and dexterity may be required.

Documents Needed to Apply
Required Documents

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Teaching Philosophy
  • Copy of Transcript

Optional Documents

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: Up to $15.00 per hour