Location: Fall River, MA Category: Adjunct Faculty Posted On: Mon Jul 29 2019 Job Description:
STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Adjunct Faculty - Criminal Justice will be responsible for teaching Criminal Justice courses. A list of potential courses can be found online in the Course Catalog.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Reports to the Dean of Behavioral & Social Sciences and Education.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Teach Criminal Justice courses.
Complete required trainings, such as Title IX and Cybersecurity.
Adhere to workload as specified in the Collective Bargaining Agreement, to include duties such as completing book orders, creating syllabi, verifying student enrollment, and submitting final grades by the contractual deadline.
Perform other related duties as assigned by the Dean, consistent with the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Master's degree in Criminal Justice or related field.
College level teaching experience.
Proven technological proficiency.
The ability to work effectively with a diverse faculty, staff, and student body.
Degree in Criminal Justice.
Evidence of scholarship.
Experience using High Impact Practices.
Experience teaching at a community college.
Graduate of Bristol's Adjunct Certificate Program
Prior online teaching experience.
Prior online teaching, using Blackboard or any Learning Management System.
18 graduate credits in the area of Criminal Justice.
Ability to speak a language in addition to English.
POSITION STATUS: MCCC/DCE unit position, non-benefitted.
Adjunct Faculty are part time instructors hired on an as needed basis. Courses may be offered as face-to-face sections in Attleboro, Fall River, New Bedford, and/or Taunton. Courses may also be offered as online sections. Courses may be held during the day, in the evening, and on weekends (Friday nights, Saturdays, and Sundays).
Please note: Positions will be available pending sufficient enrollment.
STARTING DATE: Academic Year 2019-2020
SALARY: Minimum salary is $1,104 per credit hour. Actual salary is commensurate with the DCE Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Bristol Community College has core values rooted in student success and lifelong learning. For more than 50 years, Bristol Community College has served as a leading resource for education and workforce development in the region.
The college offers a rich variety of degree, certificate, and training programs along with flexible online offerings that lead to an associate degree, a career-ready certificate, or the ability to transfer to baccalaureate colleges throughout the state and country. The Center for Workforce and Community Education provides customized training for businesses and the community. The college also strives to put the needs of learners first with support services and career advancement opportunities that lead to student success by reducing barriers to educational access.
With locations in Attleboro, Fall River, New Bedford, and Taunton, Bristol Community College is nestled in charming Southeastern Massachusetts - a great place to learn, grow, live and work. From city life to seaside, Bristol Community College locations are in close proximity to bustling metro areas such as Boston and Providence and centrally located to the spectacular beaches and coastline of... Cape Cod, Newport, Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, and Block Island. The area is also home to fine dining, thriving historic districts, and a short commute to New England ski areas.
The College annually serves more than 11,000 credit students and 18,000 students who participate in noncredit activities. Bristol Community College is one of the largest employers in the region and is dedicated to fostering an inclusive environment with a rich diversity of beliefs, cultures, languages, abilities, and lifestyles. Committed to enriching its educational experience through a supportive community, Bristol Community College actively encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply and achieve our vision to change the world by changing lives, learner by learner. Bristol Community College is a public community college accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). www.BristolCC.edu