Located in the beautiful historic lakefront village of Cazenovia, a short drive from Syracuse, NY, Cazenovia College invites qualified individuals to submit applications for a tenure-track appointment in the Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Studies Program beginning in the Fall 2023-2024 academic year. Our faculty are dedicated to teaching and fostering student growth and creativity through a supportive, personalized learning environment. The College recently opened a new, state-of-the-art Crime Scene and Interview Lab which enhances the experiences of students and faculty.



The primary focus of this position is teaching. Qualified candidates from all substantive areas in criminal justice and homeland security will be considered. The successful candidate will (i) teach a broad portfolio of upper-level and lower-level courses, which may include; Criminology, Research Methods, Senior Capstone, Juvenile Delinquency, Corrections, Terrorism, Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice and Homeland Security, and Introduction to Criminal Justice and Homeland Security, and (ii) assist in the on-going assessment and refinement of the curriculum including the creation of new courses such as Intelligence Methods and Analysis, Intelligence Writing and Presentation, Anti-money Laundering, Application of ArcGIS, and Forensic/Investigative Psychology. Additional faculty responsibilities include student advisement, service to the college, and professional scholarship. Further details regarding the courses taught in the program can be found at


The successful candidate will have earned a doctorate in criminal justice, investigative psychology, or a related and relevant discipline or possess a Juris Doctorate degree (JD). Experience working in a related area and teaching experience along with a promise for scholarly productivity is highly preferred.  Applicants, please electronically submit a cover letter that addresses position requirements, curriculum vitae, and three professional references. Finalists for the position will also need to be able to show proof of work authorization in the United States. Candidates from historically underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply. Position opened until filled.