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Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice

The Division of Business, Social, & Behavioral Sciences is seeking a permanent faculty member in Criminal Justice.

Core responsibilities will include teaching 12-15 credit hours and academic advising.

Qualifications: Doctorate in Criminal Justice is preferred. Candidates with a Master's degree and 18 credit hours in Criminal Justice will be considered.

The successful candidate should have experience in teaching a minimum of 3-4 of the following courses: Introduction to Criminal Justice, Criminal Investigations, Corrections, Constitutional Law, Criminology, Ethics in Criminal Justice, Juvenile Corrections, Police Administration.

Appointments: Full-time appointments will begin in August 2016. Responsibilities include teaching 4-5 classes (12-15 hours) each semester, advising, and participating in departmental activities. Minimum qualifications include a Master's degree; PhD preferred. The ideal candidate will have familiarity with Blackboard, Hybrid courses, and the ability to utilize innovative modalities for delivering course content.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY

The Division of Natural and Physical Sciences is seeking a permanent faculty member in Chemistry.

Core responsibilities will include teaching 12-15 credit hours, teaching online, academic advising, and maintaining office and STEM center hours.

Qualifications: The successful candidate must have at least a M.S. (Ph.D. preferred) with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in Chemistry. The most successful candidate will have experience teaching undergraduate lower- and upper-level Chemistry lectures and accompanying labs (where applicable). Some of the courses include General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, and Quantitative Analysis.

Appointments: Full-time appointments will begin in August 2016.


Adjunct instructor, EDUCATION

Job Title: Adjunct Instructor, Education
Reports to: Director of Teacher Education

The Division of Liberal Studies and Education is seeking adjunct instructors in Education.

Core responsibilities will include teaching a minimum of 1-2 of the following education courses: Classroom Management, Educational Psychology, Exceptional Learner, or Children's Literature; advising students; managing and submitting required student documentation on time to the Office of Teacher Education.

Qualifications: Master's Degree in Elementary Education, Special Education, Curriculum and Instruction, or a related education field. The successful candidate should currently be serving as a certified classroom teacher, principal, or superintendent. 3 years of teaching experience in a public classroom is preferred. Teachers must have scored a 4 or above on most recent teacher evaluation.

Application Instructions

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter by the priority deadline of July 22, 2016 for the position of Adjunct Instructor in Education.

Applications will be reviewed immediately and adjunct positions will remain open until all filled. Electronic submissions are preferred.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS

The Division of Natural and Physical Sciences is seeking a permanent faculty member in Mathematics.

Core responsibilities will include teaching 12-15 credit hours and academic advising.

Qualifications: Doctorate in Mathematics is preferred. Candidates with a Master's degree and 18 credit hours in Mathematics will be considered.The successful candidate should have experience in teaching a minimum of 3-4 of the following courses: Algebra I, Algebra II, Discrete Mathematics, Probability and Statistics, Calculus I, Calculus II and/or Linear Algebra.

Appointments: Full-time appointments will begin in August 2016. Responsibilities include teaching 4-5 classes (12-15 hours) each semester, advising, and participating in departmental activities. Minimum qualifications include a Master's degree; PhD preferred. The ideal candidate will have familiarity with Blackboard, CAMS, hybrid courses, and the ability to utilize innovative modalities for delivering course content.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF FINANCE

The Division of Business, Social & Behavioral Sciences is seeking a permanent faculty member in Finance.

Core responsibilities will include teaching 12-15 credit hours and academic advising.

Qualifications: Doctorate in Finance is preferred. Candidates with a Master's degree and 18 credit hours in Finance will be considered.

The successful candidate should have experience in teaching a minimum of 3-4 of the following courses: Principles of Finance, Principles of Investment, Financial Institutions and Markets, Financial Management, Financial Asset Management, Bank Management, International Corporate Finance, and/or Financial Planning Seminar.

Appointments: Full-time appointments will begin in August 2016. Responsibilities include teaching 4-5 classes (12-15 hours) each semester, advising, and participating in departmental activities. Minimum qualifications include a Master's degree; PhD preferred. The ideal candidate will have familiarity with Blackboard, CAMS, hybrid courses, and the ability to utilize innovative modalities for delivering course content.


Lane College is a Charter Member of the United Negro College Fund (UNCF). To apply, please submit the following: letter of application; curriculum vitae; contact information for three professional references; and graduate transcripts (unofficial copies acceptable with application).

Electronic applications are preferred and should be sent to:

Dr. Michelle Curtain Stewart
Vice President for Academic Affairs
Lane College
545 Lane Avenue
Jackson, Tennessee 38301
E-mail: vpaa@lanecollege.edu

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.

Last updated: July 9, 2016


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