Expressions of Interest – Lecturers
The Navitas College of Public Safety (NCPS) currently delivers the Bachelor of Criminology and Justice. The course provides students with theoretical knowledge and practical understanding of the criminal justice system, its key processes, and its foremost challenges. The College aims to equip students with the skills they require to work in the criminal justice or related fields. The course is offered in trimester mode, allowing students to complete a fully-accredited Bachelors degree in two calendar years. Students currently study on-campus, with three contact hours per week (comprising either a two-hour lecture and one-hour tutorial or a three-hour seminar), across a 12 week trimester. Additionally classes are also offered via the online medium.
NCPS is seeking expressions of interest from individuals for sessional teaching in the College’s Bachelor of Criminology and Justice course in 2017. Key responsibilities include:
- Preparation and delivery of lectures, tutorials and/or seminars in the face to face andonline mediums
- Preparation of subject materials including the subject guide and examination papers
- Assessment and marking of student work
- Student consultation.
Applications are invited from individuals who meet the following criteria:
- A minimum of a Masters level in Criminology, Psychology, Law and/or Sociology.
- Experience teaching in higher education including the face to face and online environments
- Experience in student assessment
- A commitment to high quality education delivery
- Phd qualification in Criminology, Psychology, Law and/or Sociology is preferred.
- Experience working in the criminal justice field.
- A Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Teaching and Learning
For further information about the College and the course, please visit http://www.ncps.edu.au/, or to apply, email a cover letter and CV to Professor Alperhan Babacan, Academic Director of NCPS at firstname.lastname@example.org .