Instructor, Computer Information Technology - Networking

Posting Details

Position Title Instructor, Computer Information Technology - Networking Department Computer Information Technology Location Lincoln Job Category Faculty Job Type FT Posting Number 01267 Position End Date
General Description of Position

Under the general supervision and direction of the Division Dean/Associate Dean and the Co-Program Directors of the Computer Information Technology Program, the instructor is responsible for providing regular instruction in the Computer Information Technology program, on campus, at The Career Academy, or other Academy locations. In addition, the developing and updating of the courses taught in a classroom/laboratory, Internet, and or distance-learning environment. Teaching assignments for this position include, but are not limited to; Network Concepts, Network Security, Windows Desktop and Server OS, Linux Desktop and Server OS, Cisco networking, Virtualization, and Hardware Installation & Troubleshooting. This position is also responsible for the maintenance of the labs and equipment, develops course objectives, implements teaching strategies, advises students, monitors and evaluates student progress, keeps accurate records and works with the program and College teams.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1. Provide Student Instruction in Program Courses as Assigned
Provide instruction to a diverse student population in the Computer Information Technology Program, on campus, at The Career Academy, or other Academy locations, focusing on, but not limited to; Network Concepts, Network Security, Windows Desktop and Server OS, Linux Desktop and Server OS, Cisco networking, Virtualization, and Hardware Installation & Troubleshooting to meet the needs and requirements of specific courses being developed or taught. Prepare necessary written instructional materials including lesson plans, instruction sheets, and tests that will promote maximum learning for the students. Determine the appropriate material to be covered in the courses assigned to teach (subject to program chair and division approval). Operate and utilize as part of the teaching process appropriate audio-visual and multimedia equipment and software.

2. Create and Develop Teaching Aids and Supplements
Create visual communication presentations such as, but not limited to power-point, Prezi, or other visual graphics software, use of interactive LCD projector, develop instructional aids on the computer, compile a library of training films on demand, DVD’s and videos to supplement instructional techniques that reflect accurate and up-to-date methods used in the Computer Information Technology industry.

3. Develop New Courses and Update Existing Courses
Share responsibility for developing new courses and update existing courses as required to keep the Computer Information Technology program current with industry standards and processes. New course development includes writing course objectives, developing syllabi, developing handouts and tests and researching textbooks and on-line resources and data for course use. In addition, the updating of existing courses to ensure that each course is current with industry standards based on input from the workforce leadership team or knowledge gained from the program DACUM is required.

4. Maintain and Upgrade and the Computer Information Technology Classroom/Laboratory Instructional Facilities, Instruments and Equipment
Share responsibility for the maintenance of all instructional facilities, equipment, and program classrooms to insure that they are maintained in a safe and proper working order for student use.

5. Complete and Maintain Program and Students Records
Be responsible for maintaining permanent student records on courses taught and to follow and enforce college polices regarding attendance, grading and student achievement. Use of the instructional online course management software CANVAS ) shell, Web Advisor and the HUB are required in addition to effective use of Microsoft Office applications. Assist with the purchase of instructional supplies and equipment.

6. Maintain Technical Competency in Teaching Area
Attend seminars, professional association meetings, conferences and educational workshops or other related training sessions to continually engage in self-study to stay technically competent. Participate in college activities related to professional development, diversity and safety.

7. Participate in Area Campus – Based Program Activities and Teams
Attend, participate and support any program activities (i.e. workforce leadership team meetings, Discovery Days, division meetings, etc.) and College activities and teams as requested.

8. Act as a Technical Advisor for Students in the Computer Information Technology Program
Advise the Computer Information Technology program students on academic standing, support and explain College policies and procedures with students to complete all records and forms etc. as necessary for proper articulation and program operation. Other tasks included in this area: assist students in selecting and registering for courses; advise students on their academic progress, courses needed for graduation, and generally serve as the first line of communication between students and the College staff.

9. Individual Development Plan (New Instructors)
Each new instructor will develop an individualized development plan in cooperation with the Program chair and as defined and supported on the Professional Development website.

10. Professional Development
Faculty are required to compile (3) different professional development activities during the year as defined and supported on the Professional Development website.

11. Promote/Support the Organizational Environment through Goal 9 of the Strategic Plan
Promote and support the College’s organizational environment goals: 1) Maximize operational efficiency by enhancing policies and procedures, staffing, and communication processes and practices; 2) Maximize a positive and engaging organizational environment by encouraging input, reflective and transparent communication, and compassion and respect toward the views and ideas of others.

12. Promote/Support Diversity
Promote and support the College’s diversity goals; promote/support Access, Fair Employment, EEO, Equity, and Diversity programs and initiatives.

13. Annual Safety Training
Faculty are required to complete all annual Safety Training as required by the College.

14. Perform Other Campus and Program Duties as Assigned
Duties will include, but not be limited to, substitute teaching as required, assist in developing budget, advise program chair as requested, support and promote the College, the campus, the Computer Information Technology program, support student recruitment, assist in the security of all College and program facilities, instruments, tools, materials, and equipment, and assist in supervising student help. Participation in determining and updating the Strategic Plan and completion of the annual Assessment process is required.

15. The Division Dean, or VP for Instruction, can assign an instructor to be the Program Director for the program. The Program Director coordinates all program activities. A general list of all duties and responsibilities of a Program Director are noted on the attached addendum. (Only those faculty assigned as a Program Director will have the addendum attached.)

Minimum Qualifications

1. An Associate of Applied Science Degree in Computer Information Technology or related degree.
2. Two (2) years’ recent industry experience in Computer Information Technology

Desired Qualifications

1. Advanced degree or additional college training related to Computer Information Technology teaching and instruction.
2. Teaching experience in a secondary or post-secondary, setting with knowledge in Network Concepts, Network Security, Windows Desktop and Server OS, Linux Desktop and Server OS, Cisco networking, Virtualization, and Hardware Installation & Troubleshooting.
3. Teaching experience in online, hybrid format, flipped classroom and progressive experience in utilizing technology in curriculum development and delivery.
4. Five years of teaching experience at the Post-Secondary Level
5. Nebraska Department of Education dual-credit certificate or current Nebraska Teaching Certificate.

Salary

$50,100/yr


Open Date 10/08/2020 Close Date 10/22/2020 Open Until Filled No Special Instructions to Applicants

Internal and external positions will run simultaneously.

Quick Link http://southeast.peopleadmin.com/postings/7127 Posting Specific Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

  1. * Do you have 2 years recent industry experience in Computer Information Technology?

    (Open Ended Question)

  2. * Do you have an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Computer Information Technology or related degree?

    (Open Ended Question)

  3. * Employment Offers are conditional based upon successful completion of all Criminal Background Checks, reference verification, transcript verification (where appropriate) and employment verification. Do you agree to these conditions?
    • Yes
    • No
  4. * All information entered in the Online Application (not your Resume) will be used to determine if you meet the minimum education and experience qualifications. Have you reviewed your Application to be sure it contains all experience and educational information to support and verify that you meet the minimum qualification for this position?
    • Yes
    • No
  5. * Are you authorized to work in the United States on an unrestricted basis?
    • Yes
    • No
  6. * Where did you see this posting? Which newspaper, website, College site or from a friend?

    (Open Ended Question)

  7. * The primary work location for this position is at the Career Academy in Lincoln, however, College employees may be required to work at other locations as needed. Is this acceptable to you?

    (Open Ended Question)

  8. * This is a full-time regular position with an implied 40 hour work week. Teaching assignments for this position are scheduled and approved by the College, between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday based the instructional work calendar. Teaching assignment is planned within the Computer Information Technology program, on campus, at The Career Academy, or other Academy locations and approved by the Dean based on a 180-day work calendar. Is this acceptable to you?

    (Open Ended Question)

  9. * The minimum salary established for this position is $50,100 annually. Is this acceptable to you?

    (Open Ended Question)

Applicant Documents
Required Documents
  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter/Letter of Application
  3. Unofficial Transcripts
Optional Documents
  1. Recommendation Letter
  2. Other Document
  3. Curriculum Vitae
  4. P-11 Request for Transfer


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