The Criminal Justice / Law Enforcement Academy Faculty position is a full-time, 9-month faculty position in the Criminal Justice / Law Enforcement Academy Department. ACC Faculty teach 15 credits each fall and spring semester. Faculty may have the option to teach courses during the summer semester for additional compensation. Courses may be taught using both traditional and non-traditional delivery methods, including face-to-face, online, computer-aided, distance learning, self-paced, and interdisciplinary. Faculty may need to teach at any of our campuses (Littleton, Castle Rock, and Parker) and at a variety of times (days, evenings, and some weekends).

ACC is committed to creating a community of best practices in facilitating teaching, learning, and student success. As such, we seek faculty who will be engaged members of the college community through active service on committees, collaboration with colleagues, and who possess a commitment and passion to facilitating improved outcomes for students and communities the college serves.

ACC is dedicated to supporting our faculty throughout their careers as educators, scholars, and professionals. We provide a robust offering of professional development opportunities for faculty to strengthen their skills in teaching strategies, outcomes-based practice, and reflective practice. Through participation in our Equity-Minded Teaching Academy, faculty develop an equity-minded and culturally responsive pedagogy that closes success gaps and fosters a commitment to excellence in education. Candidates with a foundational understanding of these skills and knowledge or a demonstrated growth mindset on these topics, are strongly encouraged to apply.

Required Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or related field.
• Has, or qualifies for, postsecondary CTE credential including 2000 non-teaching occupational hours within the last 7 years
• Experience teaching and/or training various subjects within the Criminal Justice or Law Enforcement discipline.
• Demonstrated commitment working with and supporting students from historically marginalized communities (people of color, LGBTQ+ community members, veterans, first generation graduates, people with disabilities, etc.)
• Demonstrate a growth mindset regarding professional development
• Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form as appropriate for the needs of the audience
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
• Valid driver’s license

Advertised Salary Range
Salary range for this position is $57,827 to $71,185, commensurate with education and experience. This is a full-time, FLSA exempt position. This position has been exempted from the State Classified System.

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