Two Job Openings at John Jay

26 11 2009

Assistant Professor of Philosophy, tenure track, beginning Fall 2010.  4-3 course load, semester system. Tenure-track faculty are eligible for a total of 24 hours of reassigned time in their first five years to engage in research and publication. We seek teachers and researchers committed to public higher education. Usual committee work and non-teaching duties. AOS: Philosophy of Law. AOC: Open. Qualifications: Ph.D. required for appointment to Assistant Professor; we will consider candidates within one year of completing their PhD for the rank of Instructor. Scholarly promise and demonstrated excellence in undergraduate teaching are required. Applicants should send a letter of application, CV, recent writing sample, three letters of recommendation, statement of teaching philosophy, sample syllabus, and teaching evaluations to Professor John P Pittman, Chairperson, Philosophy (Law Search), John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 899 Tenth Avenue, Suite 325T, New York, NY 10019. Complete applications must reach the department by 30 November 2009 for proper review. Faxed materials will NOT be accepted. The department will hold interviews at the APA Eastern Division Meeting in New York City, December 27-30,2009. Inquiries may be directed to the chairperson by email at jpittman@iiay.cuny.edu or by telephone at (212) 237-8331. John Jay College is an EO/AA/IRCA/ADA Employer.

 

Associate/Full Professor of Philosophy, Director of the Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics and Criminal Justice Ethics (Routledge) journal editor. Beginning Fall 2010. Ph.D. required. This appointment is envisioned at the Full Professor level; however, extraordinary candidates at a lower rank will be considered. Opportunity to teach in the Criminal Justice – and, through the CUNY Graduate Center — Philosophy doctoral programs. We seek a researcher and teacher committed to public higher education. AOS: Criminal Justice Ethics, or a willingness to move in the CJE direction and one of the following AOS: Professional Ethics/Applied Ethics, Human Rights, Political Philosophy; AOC: Open. Expectations: Distinguished scholarship and ideally national/international recognition. Editorial experience. Track record of grant achievement. Interest in organizing ICJE sponsored workshops/conferences. Demonstrated excellence in teaching. Applicants should send a letter of application, CV, recent writing sample, three letters of reference, sample syllabus, statement of teaching philosophy, and teaching evaluations to Professor John P Pittman, Chairperson, Philosophy (CJE Search), John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 899 Tenth Avenue, Suite 325T, New York, NY 10019. Complete applications must reach the department by 30 November 2009 for proper review. Faxed materials will NOT be accepted. The department will hold interviews at the APA Eastern Division Meeting in New York City, December 27-30,2009. Inquiries may be directed to the chairperson by email at jpittman@iav.cunv.eduor by telephone at (212) 237-8331. John Jay College is an EO/AA/IRCA/ADA Employer.

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