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The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled. Women and applicants from traditionally underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply. Individuals with experience in a setting committed to multiculturalism and/or campus diversity are of particular interest.
We are currently seeking applicants for the position of assistant professor of Criminal Justice (tenure stream) in the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences, to begin in fall 2020.
Required Qualifications: Ph.D. in criminal justice (or a closely related academic field). Area of specialty is open. An active research agenda with a strong commitment to advising, mentoring, and supervising undergraduate research/internships, with a strong commitment to teaching undergraduates. Demonstrated strengths in teaching at a small liberal arts college.
Preferred Qualifications: Professional experience in the field of Criminal Justice a plus. Experience in advising and mentoring undergraduates; excellent communication, computer, organizational and interpersonal skills; and research interest and publication potential in the field.
Responsibilities: teach a 12-credit load every semester of introductory and upper-level courses in criminal justice; conduct criminal justice research; actively participate in professional development; advise and mentor students for internships and field/career placements; and participate in student recruitment and retention initiatives. Additionally, we seek candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through their scholarship, teaching and/or service.
Apply online at https://www.join.pitt.edu/. Submit letter of application, C.V., a statement of teaching philosophy and a statement of experience working with students of diverse backgrounds, and names and contact information for three references. For full consideration, applicants must submit complete application packages. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and continue until position is filled. Women and applicants from traditionally underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply. Individuals with experience in a setting committed to multiculturalism and/or campus diversity are of particular interest. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled www.upb.pitt.edu/faculty-search-information
Duties include vehicular and foot patrol of University property, enforcement of criminal and traffic laws, protection of people and property, investigation of crimes, completion of police reports, testimony in court, and assistance to other law enforcement agencies. Variable shifts, including nights, weekends, and holidays. Requirements include a bachelor's degree in criminal justice or related field (such as political science, psychology or government studies), PA Municipal Police Officers Education & Training Commission Act 120 Certification, valid PA driver's license and safe driving record. Two years' experience in a related field is preferred. Strong oral and written communication skills are necessary. Proficiency in Word, Excel spreadsheets and Outlook required. Letter of interest, current resume, online staff employment application, and full contact information for three references are required.
Bachelor's degree in criminal justice or related field (such as political science, psychology or government studies), PA Municipal Police Officers Education & Training Commission Act 120 Certification, valid PA driver's license and safe driving record. Knowledge and successful completion of Firearms training and qualification. CPR and first aid certification. Strong oral and written communication skills are necessary. Proficiency in Word, Excel spreadsheets and Outlook required. Ability to interact with diverse populations.
The Director of Housing is responsible for the leadership and management of the college’s 1090-bed student residence hall system, housed in a variety of townhouses, apartment and traditional corridor-style buildings. This includes administration, programming, policies, communications, services, personnel, and creating an atmosphere in housing that supports Pitt-Bradford’s brand promise and strategic plan. Works cooperatively with other departments to provide overall operational efficiency, planning and facilities management for the housing program. Performs significant amount of administrative decision-making and strategic planning. Responsible for areas that include fiscal oversight and administration of the housing contract and departmental policies. Responsible for the implementation of housing registration and move-in arrival logistics. Manages housing application, contract revisions and conducts room assignment processes. Responsible for the administration of the student code of conduct within residence life. Responsible for input and accountability in excess of $8 million per year in room and board revenue. Serves as a key team member in annual enrollment projections and fee setting process. Provides on-call coverage on some evenings and weekends. Oversees summer conference housing.
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is a NCAA Division III institution and a founding member of the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC). We are seeking a Head Women's Basketball Coach who is a dynamic, student-centered leader who is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion and dedicated to support the whole student.
This is a full-time, 10-month position. The candidate’s primary focus will be that of recruitment, administration and coordination of a collegiate women's basketball program that focuses on the total development of the student-athlete.
The successful candidate must demonstrate a proven aptitude for coaching as illustrated by a strong work ethic, organizational skills, computer skills, and the ability to interact professionally within the department, the campus, and the community. Responsibilities include successful identification, evaluation and recruitment of academically qualified student-athletes; preparation of daily practices; on-court instruction; scouting; fundraising; and game-day preparations while adhering to Pitt-Bradford, AMCC and NCAA rules and regulations.
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is seeking dynamic, student-centered leaders who are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion and dedicated to supporting the whole student as Resident Directors. (2 vacancies)
Live-in position to assist the Director of Housing and residence life staff in the management of the residence hall system. Assist in the supervision, training, and evaluation of student staff. Assist with the coordination of the housing application, contract and room assignment process; in addition to room inspections and maintenance procedures. Collaborate with other campus and off-campus agencies to promote community development, academic success, and personal growth. Coordinate and supervise residence hall programming and student affairs-sponsored programming events. Administer community standards within the campus discipline system. Provide on-call coverage on evenings and weekends by assisting and supporting Resident Advisor Staff, Campus Police and Safety and Facilities Maintenance Staff with student and facility crisis. Support camp and conference and summer Student Affairs programs and services. Confidentiality must be maintained with all student directory data, health records, disciplinary records and information gathered through a counseling relationship. These records are protected through Federal, State, and University policies and confidentiality must be maintained.