A bachelor’s or master’s degree in Criminal Justice or related field or a master’s degree and a cohesive set of at least 18 semester credit hours of graduate coursework. Will consider a bachelor’s with 5 additional (in addition to the existing experience requirement) years of fulltime professional work in the Criminal Justice field
3-5 years of experience working in the Criminal Justice Field
Evidence of excellence in teaching at the college level
Familiar with Moodle
Degree must be from a regionally or nationally accredited institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or equivalent as verified by a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc.
Evidence of professional development in the field of concentration as demonstrated by activity in professional associations, consultative practice; participation in seminars, workshops, and formal coursework, and individual reading and research.
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal).
Strong technology skills including usage of email, student information system, and learning management system
Organizational, record-keeping, and interpersonal skills.
Knowledge of subject area.
Knowledge of educational theory and application.
Knowledge of learners and individual learning styles.
Interest in and commitment to the learner-centered educational process.
Educational technology skills.
Caring attitude toward students.
Learning and self-motivation skills.
Willingness to extend self to help students succeed.
Knowledge of College resources available to students.
Knowledge of organizational structure.
Current knowledge of programs, objectives, and requirements.
Openness to suggestions for improvement.
Attention to detail.
Flexibility in dealing with others.
Ability to work as a team member.
Ability to prioritize work.
Behaves in accordance with Hocking College and Academic Affairs mission, goals, and values.
Knowledge of safe working conditions.