Interested in being a Criminal Justice Instructor at Central Piedmont Community College?
The Public Safety Division is periodically looking for qualified persons who are interested in teaching curriculum level criminal justice classes. Criminal Justice Instructors teach Criminal Justice classes, both for day and evening classes at the college's Merancas, Cato, Levine, Central & Harris campuses. To be considered for a teaching position candidates must have a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice or related field. We are currently seeking individuals with with a background (or graduate course work) in Homeland Security and terrorism related topics.
If you have questions regarding qualification or would like to learn more, you can contact either the Public Safety Division Director Margaret Gibson at 704.330.4165 or the Criminal Justice program Chair William Kennedy at 704.330.4293.
You can check on both full and part time teaching position by going to the college's Human Resources Department and selecting Full-Time and Part-Time Career Opportunities.