Hodges University is a private, not-for-profit, regionally
accredited university located in southwest Florida and is
regionally accredited by SACSCOC and approved as a Level III
institution offering associate, baccalaureate, and master’s
degrees. The University offers degrees in five Schools including
Fisher School of Technology, Johnson School of Business, Nichols
School of Professional Studies, School General Studies, and the
School of Health Sciences.
Information Technology Full-Time Faculty, Fisher School
Full-time faculty are responsible for the instruction,
evaluation, and academic advising of students. They develop
academic courses and assist with curriculum, textbook review, and
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
- To promote the mission and support institutional objectives of
- To adhere to all FERPA requirements to include maintenance of
all department documents, discussions, and records.
- To provide the highest level of professionalism and customer
service to all constituents.
- To instruct classes, as assigned by the Associate Dean, in
different course delivery formats including traditional on-campus
face-to-face, Technology Enhanced Classroom (TEC) instruction, and
- To prepare course syllabi in accordance with University
- To provide academic advising to the University’s student
- To develop courses in 4, 8, and 16-week formats and all
- To adhere to all requirements and expectations in the Faculty
and Academic Policy Handbook, including posting and maintaining
- To offer encouragement, assistance, and direction to adjunct
- In conjunction with Associate Dean, engage with Admissions, the
Registrar’s Office, and all other relevant stakeholders to ensure
each has the most current program information.
- To participate in the curriculum review and development
- To participate in the textbook and resource selection
- To participate in University Service, including attending
department meetings, student recognition ceremonies especially the
commencement ceremony, and participate in other related activities
as directed by the Associate Dean.
- To maintain records relevant to attendance, academic progress,
and evaluation of students.
- To participate in scholarly activities as approved by the
- To participate in all mandatory training, refresher training,
and all required updates in Hodges University’s Learning Management
System (CANVAS) as stipulated by the Office of Programmatic Quality
- To perform other duties as assigned by the Associate Dean,
including but not limited to, committees, meetings, civic
engagement, and public relations.
- Master’s Degree in Information Technology or a related
- Three years of teaching or in-field professional
- Possesses excellent communication, problem-solving, and
- Terminal degree in Information Technology or a related
- Higher-education teaching experience online and
- Direct experience with Canvas
- Course development experience
- See the Faculty and Academic Policy Manual for additional
For more information about Hodges University, please visit
Live and work in paradise! Hodges University is located in
sunny, Ft. Myers, Florida on the southwest Florida Gulf Coast. The
region is home to over 1 million year-round residents who take
advantage of entertainment options as diverse as shelling on
Sanibel Island or Swamp Buggy Racing in Naples, Airboat rides in
the Everglades or Art Shows on Fifth Avenue, Fine dining on cuisine
from all over the world or fishing for your fresh catch,
world-class golfing or Warm Mineral Springs, the Ferry to Key West
or the Edison/Ford Winter Estates, and the REVS Institute for
Automotive Research and Historical Study or the Rodeo in Arcadia.
Our economy is among the more diversified in the state and our
region continues to grow.
Hodges University is a dynamic, entrepreneurial institution of
higher education that espouses the non-traditional, not just in the
students we serve but in the opportunities we leverage. We offer
workforce-focused certificates and degrees in areas such as
clinical healthcare, business, law, psychology, and information
technology. We are the region’s only federally-designated Hispanic
Serving Institution and offer a robust English as a Second Language
program – on campus, online, and in satellite locations. All of our
learning environments are TEC-enabled, which means, for the
majority of classes, students can pick both how and when they
go to class – in person, online, or virtual – each time the class
If you’d like to join our dedicated team of professionals
focused on thinking critically and creatively to deliver
educational programming and support designed to efficiently develop
the workforce in Southwest Florida, click here.
Hodges University is an equal opportunity employer and does not
discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual
orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other
protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices.
All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful
completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug
Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy)
and Crime Stats can be found at: https://pathways.hodges.edu/consumer-information/.
The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the
Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed
on or near campus each year.
To the extent, the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”)
applies to me, I hereby consent to the processing of my Personal
Data as defined by the GDPR for the purposes outlined and provided
for in Hodges’ policies, as amended from time to time. I
understand that in certain circumstances, I have the right to
object to the processing of my Personal Data. I further
understand that I have the right to request (1) access to my
Personal Data; (2) rectification of mistakes or errors and/or
erasure of my Personal Data; (3) that Hodges restrict processing of
my Personal Data; and (4) that Hodges provide my Personal Data upon
request in a portable format.