The School of Criminal Justice is excited to announce the search for our next leader. We invite
applications for the Schools Senior Executive Director (SED) at the academic rank of Full Professor; advanced Associates will also be considered. The position will begin July 1, 2024. The start date is negotiable, but no later than August 15, 2024. The SED is responsible for the leadership, vision, and oversight of all aspects of the Schools research, teaching, service, and community engagement mission and operations. While we are most interested in identifying a Senior Executive Director with strong leadership qualities, we are also seeking a distinguished scholar-teacher committed to undergraduate and graduate education, the mentoring of doctoral students and junior faculty, and service to the School, University, community, and profession.
The University of Arkansas Little Rock (UA Little Rock) School of Criminal Justice and Criminology (SCJC) invites applications for School Director and one tenure-track Assistant Professor position to begin August 2024. We seek candidates with a Ph.D. (or completed all Ph.D. requirements before employment commences) in Criminology, Criminal Justice, or a closely related field.
For director, applicants should also be promoted at least to the rank of Associate Professor with tenure before starting the position. As this is primarily an administrative position, the area of expertise is open. Successful candidates will have administrative experience in an academic environment, experience with both undergraduate and graduate education, and a nationally recognized research record. Candidates are expected to (1) work positively with faculty, staff, students, and the community, (2) create and implement strategic planning, (3) advocate on behalf of the SCJC to the university and community, and (4) serve the school, the university, and the community.
For the tenure position, applicants who are ABD and are close to completion will also be considered, but the Ph.D. should be earned prior to employment. The area of specialization is open, however, candidates with expertise in policing, courts, or an interest in supporting funded research in the community are encouraged to apply. The position includes teaching in face-to-face and online formats. Candidates are expected to (1) work positively with faculty, staff, students, and the community, (2) teach across all academic programs, (3) conduct and disseminate scholarly research, (4) mentor undergraduate and graduate students, and (5) serve the school, the university, and the community.
The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of South Carolina announces a faculty cluster hire in the multidisciplinary area of Social Determinants of Health. The College seeks to hire four full-time faculty positions on a 9-month pay basis, two at the tenure-track Assistant Professor rank and two additional open-rank positions at the tenured/tenure-track Assistant, Associate or Professor rank. We invite applications from scholars with expertise at the intersections of health and social positionalities such as race and ethnicity, gender, class, and/or sexualities. The aims of this initiative are to advance the College’s expertise in these areas and to contribute to high-impact, interdisciplinary scholarship, instruction and innovation within the university. We are seeking scholars who will push the frontiers of conceptual and methodological advances in addressing the social determinants of health and health justice. This inaugural cohort will play a crucial role in establishing a faculty collective on the social determinants of health. Resources and infrastructure to support the collective’s success and impact will be identified, including, but not limited to, interdisciplinary pilot funding.
The University at Albany, State University of New York, seeks an Assistant Professor (tenure-track) in the School of Criminal Justice. The new hire will be a member of the UAlbany AI Institute. We seek outstanding candidates with demonstrated research in one or more areas of AI related to criminal justice, including but not limited to: applications of AI in any field of the discipline; computational social science (e.g., machine learning, natural language processing, data visualization, text analytics); the impact of AI on institutions, justice, and equality; critical or normative approaches to AI, including ethics of AI. The successful candidate will address how AI is integral to their research program. We are also interested in candidates who complement the School's existing research and teaching expertise.
The Department of Criminal Justice at Indiana University, Bloomington invites applications for
two tenure-track/tenured positions at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor, beginning
August 1st of 2024. We seek individuals with expertise in criminology with preference given to
those who specialize in cybercrime and digital security or quantitative methods. Candidates
must have a PhD in hand by the start date of the appointment; current ABDs are welcome to
apply. Applicants’ degree must be in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or a closely related
discipline. Applicants with only a law degree (JD, LLM, SJD) will not be considered.
UCCI is currently recruiting a highly qualified individual to contribute to the organization’s development and implementation activities at the Sr Research Associate or Research Associate level. Under the UCCI Executive Director, the selected candidate will participate in the organization’s training and technical assistance (TTA) projects and be an integral part of the TTA team. Specifically, candidates will have the opportunity to work on multiple projects which could include the development of structured group and individual interventions as well as training on evidence-based practices; designing evidence-based programs; delivering training and technical assistance and; comprehensive process evaluations. The candidate will also be asked to work closely to assist in preparing proposals, developing and delivering new products and services, and providing training and technical assistance to a diverse population of correctional professionals. This position is a hybrid position based in Cincinnati, Ohio.
UCCI is currently recruiting a highly qualified researcher to contribute to the organization’s research activities at the Sr. Research or Research Associate level. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to work on multiple projects which could include outcome studies using experimental and quasi-experimental methodologies, comprehensive process evaluations, validation studies and technical assistance projects involving data analysis. In the course of such projects, the selected candidate will work closely with the UCCI Research Director as well as other members of the research team. The candidate will also be asked to participate in preparing research proposals, collect and analyze data, interpret quantitative findings, prepare scholarly articles and present findings to internal and external audiences of scholars and practitioners. This position is a hybrid position based in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The School of Criminal Justice at the University of Cincinnati is seeking applications for two (2) Assistant or Associate Professor positions, with appointments starting August 15, 2024, although the start date is negotiable. UC is a Research I Institution that grants doctorates in 98 areas. The School of Criminal Justice grants the BS, MS, and PhD degrees. The School also houses research centers specializing in corrections, policing, criminal justice, justice and communities, and crime science. The School offers specializations in crime prevention, policing, corrections, criminal justice, and criminology.
Interested persons must apply online at https://jobs.uc.edu; Requisition ID# 94192. Please include a CV, a cover letter that includes a statement on research and teaching, and contact information for three references. All required documents must be attached to your online application. Questions regarding the search may be directed to:
The Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs invites applicants for two tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor positions in its Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Start date is August 2024. A Ph.D. in criminal justice, criminology, or a related field is required, although exceptional ABD candidates will also be considered. Applicants are expected to have a strong publication record, and the potential for securing external funding. All areas of specialization will be considered.
The Department of Criminology at the University of South Florida (USF) in St. Petersburg invites applications for one nine-month tenure-track Assistant Professor position to begin on August 7 th , 2024. To be eligible for consideration, applicants must possess a Ph.D. in Criminology, Criminal Justice, or a related social science discipline by the date of appointment. Area of specialization is Human Trafficking, with preference for candidates with data science skills or with a focus on exploitation of underserved and understudied populations. Preference will be given to those who demonstrate an ability to make a significant contribution to the department’s doctoral program. Applicants should show a strong record of research productivity commensurate with rank, and grant experience or grant potential. Strong training in quantitative methods. Strong data management and data integration skills. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications. Review of applications will begin on October 16 th , 2023, and will until position is filled.
The Department of Criminology at the University of South Florida (USF) in Tampa invites applications for one twelve month non-tenure track Assistant Professor of Instruction position to begin August 7, 2024. To be eligible for consideration, applicants must possess a Ph.D. in Criminology, Criminal Justice, or a related social science discipline by the date of appointment.
The successful candidate must be able to teach the core courses of theory, research methods, public policy, and statistics within the Cybercrime Master’s program. Evidence of effective online teaching experience is preferred. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications. Review of applications will begin January 24, 2024, and will continue until position is filled.
The University of South Carolina, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, is conducting searches for two positions expected to start employment in Fall 2024. One position is open rank with specialization in policing, and the other is at the assistant professor level with specialization in victimization. The successful candidates will teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels. They will also maintain an active research agenda, mentor and supervise students, and provide service to the Department, College, University, community and discipline.
Old Dominion University’s Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice seeks applicants for two Assistant Professor positions to begin Fall 2024. We are seeking criminologists or sociologists whose research addresses inequality, public policy, and social justice within the criminal justice system and its responses to crime and/or scholars whose research focuses on social inequality and social justice with an emphasis in the sociology of health and illness; at least one of the two positions must be focused on criminology/criminal justice.
The Department of Criminology at the University of South Florida (USF) in Tampa invites applications for one nine-month tenure-track Assistant Professor position to begin August 7, 2024. To be eligible for consideration, applicants must possess a Ph.D. in Criminology, Criminal Justice, or a related social science discipline by the date of appointment. Area of specialization is open. Preference will be given to those applicants who demonstrate an ability to make a significant contribution to the department’s doctoral program. Evidence of effective teaching experience, online or in person, is preferred, and applicants should show a strong record of research productivity and grant potential. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications. Review of applications will begin September 15, 2023, and will continue until position is filled.
George Mason University’s Department of Criminology, Law and Society invites applicants for two full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor positions to start in August 2024.Assistant Professor positions to start in August 2024. Qualifications: (1) Active research agenda in any area(s) of criminology, criminal justice, and law and society. However, special preference will be given to those with a research agenda related to race and ethnicity in crime and justice, gender-based violence, extremism/terrorism, law and psychology, corrections, or critical criminology; (2) A record of peer- reviewed journal articles and/or books; and (3) Demonstrated excellence in teaching.
SMU is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to conduct mixed-methods research into criminal law deserts—areas with a shortage of experienced prosecutors and public defense providers. The fellow will work to define, describe, and categorize these criminal law shortage areas. Their research will include interviews and surveys with law students and legal practitioners, as well as quantitative and spatial analyses of data about rural courts and rural legal practice. The Deason Center will provide the fellow with undergraduate research assistants, opportunities for publication, and support for travel to attend research conferences and present their work.
KU will be offering a Bachelor of Applied Science in Criminal Justice starting in Fall 2023 to meet the growing employment demands of law enforcement, corrections, policy, courts administration, and related workforce needs in the Kansas City metropolitan area, the greater Kansas and Missouri region and nationally. The Bachelor of Applied Science in Criminal Justice is a degree completion program. The Program Director – Criminal Justice/Professor of the Practice is a 12-month position with both Administrative and Teaching responsibilities.
The Association of Doctoral Programs in Criminology and Criminal Justice supports dissertation research and professional development of member institution doctoral students through an open call for funding proposals two times per academic year.
Funding applications for Fall 2023 funding cycle are now OPEN . Please check the student opportunities page for more information on how to apply and for deadlines.
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