Teach five (5) courses per semester; maintain ten (10) office hours per week; participate in Division activities: meetings, curriculum develoment, advising committees, convocation, commencement, and meet typical ad hoc needs.
Combination of work experience in an information technology field and/or teaching information technology courses at the college level (preferably in a community college) totaling three (3) years. Must be able to teach online and traditional classes, day and evening. Must meet Minimum education requirements, below.
Master's degree in the field of Computer Science, Information Technology or a closely allied field; must include a minimum of 18 graduate credits in Computer Science, Information Technology or a closely related field.
Recent education in cutting edge computer technology areas. Practical experience in learner-centered education pedagogy and strategies.
None required but one or more of the following certifications are a plus including: Microsoft, Adobe, Oracle Database, Oracle Java, Oracle MySQL, ISTQB, CIW, ICCP, and (ISC)2 SSCP.
Periods between 8 A.M. and 10 P.M.
Yes; classes meet at a variety of times and days.
The department requests that you attach a resume and cover letter and unofficial transcript at the time of applying.