Applications received by 03/26/17 will be given first consideration. Applications received after that date may be considered until the position is filled. The position will start Fall 2017.
Annual salary is based on a 173-day contract with a minimum of $55,354.06; beginning salary will be determined by the assessment of the candidate's education and related experience. New hires cannot be placed above $59,353.19 unless exceptional circumstances prevail. This position is covered under the Bellevue College Association of Higher Education (BCAHE) union; the individual in this position must become a member of the Association, or pay a representation fee to the Association, within 30 calendar days after date of hire.
ABOUT THE COLLEGE
Bellevue College is a diverse student-centered, comprehensive and innovative college, committed to teaching excellence that advances the life-long educational development of its students while strengthening the economic, social and cultural life of its diverse community. Bellevue College is located just 10 miles east of Seattle where we serve a student population of over 45% students of color and over 1,800 international students. The college promotes student success by providing high-quality, flexible, accessible educational programs and services; advancing pluralism, inclusion and global awareness; and acting as a catalyst and collaborator for a vibrant region.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/TYPICAL DUTIES
The candidate will be required to teach courses across a broad Criminal Justice curriculum. The candidate will also be required to work on program development in collaboration with current faculty, the advisory board, and the Division Deans of Social Sciences and Institute for Business and information Technology. The instructor will teach a full instructional load (typically 45 credits for the year) and hold the appropriate number of office hours per week. Release time may be allotted for program development work. Additional responsibilities include assessment of student learning, student advising, curriculum development and participation in departmental, divisional, and college governance.