University of New Haven
Full time Faculty and Lecturers
The Department of Forensic Science at the King Fahd Security College (KFSC) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, invites applications for at least two full-time criminal justice faculty members at the Assistant or Associate Professor Rank. The department houses a 33-credit hour specialization for the Bachelor of Science in Security Studies degree. This position will require relocation to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia no later than 1 September 2018.
These faculty members will teach three courses per semester within the specialization, serve on committees to develop the curriculum, and participate in other assignments to advance academic programs in the College. All instruction will be in English. Scholarship is encouraged and interested faculty can apply to access research funds to pursue a research program that is in line with the strategic plan of the Ministry of Interior.
The University of New Haven is advising KFSC in the development of this degree program, and assisting KFSC in recruiting faculty. These positions are not faculty appointments at the University of New Haven.
A competitive base salary and benefits package is available for qualified candidates. Appropriate graduate/advanced degrees and college teaching experience required. The standard contract is 1 year, renewable indefinitely.
Benefits and Terms:
Competitive basic salary, plus:
School allowance for eligible dependents
Resettlement Allowance (one month of basic salary)
Annual home leave airfare allowance for employee and eligible dependents
Annual vacation during summer
Medical insurance coverage
End of service benefit
The KFSC is charged with providing the highest quality security-related baccalaureate education to create the next generation of leaders for the Ministry of Interior. The University of New Haven has been engaged by the KFSC to assist them fully in transforming their current one-year, post baccalaureate leadership training program into a four-year bachelor's degree program in security studies.
The first cohort of students was admitted in Fall 2016 to a four-year Bachelor of Science program in security studies. The program seeks to deliver an innovative curriculum in a technology-enabled active learning environment with small class sizes. This initiative builds upon over eight years of cooperation and interaction between the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences at the University of New Haven and the Ministry of the Interior.
Application Deadline and Process:
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position(s) is/are filled. Applicants should submit a Cover Letter, C.V., and Contact Information for Three References. Electronic submission is strongly preferred. Please Email Application Materials to [email protected] and indicate Position Search Number 19C-KFSC
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