FACULTY VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTThe Sociology Department at John Jay College, of The City University of New York (CUNY), invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in statistics, quantitative methods and data analysis with a substantive emphasis on global and social change, beginning Fall 2018. Secondary optimal areas of demonstrated teaching and research interest are migration, inequality, social justice, urban sociology, political sociology, and Asian studies. The successful candidate will be well qualified to teach courses in social statistics, methods, and evaluation research, as well as substantive courses, particularly those with an international and global focus on social change and social movements. The position also offers the potential to teach special topics courses in the applicant's area of expertise, and in the graduate programs of the College and the CUNY Graduate Center.The successful candidate will have mastery of quantitative research methods and statistics, and one or more mainstream data analysis tools (e.g., R, SAS, Stata, Amos, HLM, Python, and ArcSIS), a commitment to bringing enthusiasm and innovation to teaching and curriculum development, and an active research agenda. Additional responsibilities of the position include publication of scholarly research and serving on College and Department committees.We seek candidates who have demonstrated a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion, and who are eager to work with our student body which is 39% Hispanic, 28% White, 21% Black, and 12% Asian, is represented by more than 130 nationalities, is 47% first generation, and 33% foreign born. John Jay College is officially designated as both a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) and Minority Serving Institution (MSI). It also has a vibrant LGBTQ student and faculty community.John Jay College of Criminal Justice, a senior college of the City University of New York (CUNY), is an internationally recognized leader in educating for justice, committed to the advancement of justice and just societies. It is a public liberal arts institution that enriches the learning experience by highlighting themes of justice across the arts, sciences, humanities, and social sciences. Located steps from Lincoln Center at the cultural heart of New York City, the College offers bachelors and masters degrees and participates in the doctoral programs of the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Now under the leadership of its fifth President, former U.S. Assistant Attorney General, Karol V. Mason, the college has experienced unprecedented faculty hiring, an expansion of its curricular offerings, and the opening in 2011 of a new 600,000 square foot building with a black-box theater, state-of-the-art lab space, a moot court, and a variety of virtual learning settings.QUALIFICATIONSA Ph.D in Sociology, or Ph.D. in Criminology/Criminal Justice/Law and Society with a sociological orientation, is required. Also required is superior ability as an instructor, a strong commitment to productive scholarship and publication, to diversity and inclusion, and the ability to cooperate with others for the good of the institution.COMPENSATIONSalary will be commensurate with experience.CUNY offers faculty a competitive compensation and benefits package covering health insurance, pension and retirement benefits, paid parental leave, and savings programs. We also provide mentoring and support for research, scholarship, and publication, as part of our commitment to ongoing faculty professional development.HOW TO APPLYAll applications must be submitted through CUNYFirst. If you are viewing the job posting on any website other than CUNYfirst, please follow the instructions below: * Go to www.cuny.edu and click on "Employment" * Click "Search job listings" * Search by job Opening ID number 16935 * Click on "more options to search for CUNY jobs" * Click on the "Apply Now" button and follow the instructionsOnce you have registered and logged in with your user name and password, follow the prompts to upload the following required information in the system as a single document: a letter of application (which includes statement of teaching philosophy and scholarly interest,) a CV/resume, a writing sample, and any additional major evidence of teaching experience and effectiveness.Three reference letters should be emailed directly by recommenders to Professor Henry Pontell, Chair, Department of Sociology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice at: firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date below.Questions should be sent via email to: email@example.com, with your name in the subject line.CLOSING DATEPosting closes on September 30, 2017Review of the resumes will begin on September 6, 2017.JOB SEARCH CATEGORYCUNY Job Posting: FacultyEQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITYCUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.*Location: * John Jay College*Job Title: * Assistant Professor - Department of Sociology*Job ID: * 16935*Regular/Temporary: * Regular
Set in the heart of New York City, John Jay occupies a newly expanded, state-of-the-art campus that provides a wealth of opportunities to cultivate student interests, leadership, civic engagement and cultural diversity. Laboratories and research facilities for forensic science, forensic psychology, emergency management and other disciplines add new and exciting enhancements to the overall educati...onal experience. The John Jay faculty, about 1,100 strong, includes Pulitzer Prize-winners and widely honored scholars and experts in a variety of academic fields, with credentials from the world’s top universities. They have been recognized by their professional peers and at all levels of government for their research, writing, teaching and mentoring. Through their research – often in collaboration with students – they advance knowledge to help build and sustain just societies.