Adjunct - Criminal Justice

Location: SCCC - Newton, NJ

Date Posted: 04/26/2024

Schedule: Part-Time

Type: Sussex Faculty

Company: Sussex County Community College

Job Description

Sussex County Community College is in immediate need to hire a qualified applicant to teach two sections of Introduction to Criminal Justice (CRJS 100) in person, on campus, this Fall, which starts on September 5th, 2023 *

*Immediate consideration and communication will be given to applicants with the availability and qualifications to teach in-person, on campus this fall.


Minimum Qualifications Master's Degree or related degree in Criminal Justice or related discipline.

Preferred Qualifications & Special Considerations; expertise in teaching Criminal Justice and related courses, as well as online/remote teaching, advanced certifications, or license, and a flexible schedule (morning, afternoon, evening and weekend courses may be available). Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills needed. 5+ years of applicable experience and prior teaching experience is strongly preferred.

The Learning Management System (LMS) that we use for our online and remote teaching is Canvas. Prior knowledge of Canvas or similar learning platform is preferred. Although not a requirement strong technical and computer proficiency is recommended.

  • Prior teaching experience and knowledge of online instruction strongly preferred.
  • NJ, NY, and PA residence recommended
  • Credential / background check/screening prior to hiring.

 To Apply:

Please submit cover letter and Curriculum Vitae/resume to Please note course(‘s) or area of discipline you are applying for. Sussex County Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Upon request:

Graduate transcripts • names and contact information of three references

Effective September 1, 2011, the NJ First Act requires that certain classifications of persons employed by a public higher education institution will have 365 days within which to establish a principle residence in NJ. Failure to comply will render the individual unqualified to continue to hold the position. Individuals may seek exemption from the residency exemption committee based on critical need or hardship