Adjunct Faculty, Continuing Education Homeland Security Training Institute (HSTI) 2021/2022
College of DuPage believes in the power of teaching and learning. We seek adjunct faculty members to teach Homeland Security Training Institute (HSTI) courses.
COD faculty are committed to facilitate and support student success in learning. We strive to meet the individual educational needs of our unique, multicultural campus.
The successful adjunct candidate will be committed to teaching in a multicultural environment and welcome the opportunity to work with students with diverse learning abilities. We encourage applications from candidates who reflect the increasing diversity of COD’s student body and community.
Opportunities may exist to teach a flexible schedule that may include teaching assignments during days, evenings and weekends.
We invite you to join our team and apply your passion for teaching and learning!
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Adjunct Faculty instructors at College of DuPage are responsible for course planning and instruction in classroom, lab, or clinical settings, courses may be conducted in various delivery modes, such as, face-to-face, on-line, hybrid and/or blended formats. In addition, adjunct faculty are responsible for student evaluation, and timely and accurate submission of required paperwork related to instruction.
The Homeland Security Training Institute (HSTI) at College of DuPage is focused on education for law enforcement, fire science, first responders and corporate security personnel in the area of homeland security. Through a series of courses in program models such as law enforcement, disaster preparedness, counterterrorism, intelligence, emergency response, NIMS/NRF/ICS, and private sector security, the HSTI continues to develop programs for working professionals.
Providing training to combat threats in today’s society is ever changing, and HSTI will continue to be a leader in this area through developing and offering education to meet these needs.
- The appropriate applicant will have five to ten years of work experience in a homeland security, private sector security, or criminal justice related position.
- Teaching experience in homeland security, private sector security, or criminal justice related field is highly favorable.
- A bachelor’s degree is preferred, however, applicants with a combination of education and experience in the field of homeland security will be considered.
- Applicants should have knowledge and experience in any of the following homeland security areas: Private Sector Security, NIMS/NRF/ICS, Intelligence, Counterterrorism, Disaster Preparedness, Emergency Response, Law Enforcement.
In your cover letter, please discuss any experience in teaching online and/or hybrid courses, as well as any training in learner-centered pedagogical practices in face to face and online teaching environments.
Ability to teach remotely with technology and experience in online or virtual teaching preferred. Access to personal technology, home computer with appropriate ability to teach online required.
These positions are paid by stipends for course assignments
A pre-employment background check at the Colleges’ expense is required.
College of DuPage is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to diversity and creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
College of DuPage does not discriminate against individuals in employment opportunities, programs and/or activities on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, veterans’ status, marital status, disability, military status, unfavorable discharge from military service, or on any other basis protected by law.
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