About Oakton Community College :
For 50 years, Oakton Community College has been the setting where
thousands begin or continue their college or career studies.
Educating people of all ages, from all walks of life and from more
than 40 nations, Oakton focuses on improving the quality of life
for everyone who enters its doors.
Continuing Education, Training, and Workforce Development at Oakton
Community College offers a variety of learning and training
opportunities for the community including Integrated Career and
Academic Preparation System (ICAPS) Programs. Grant-funded ICAPS
programs are integrated learning opportunities designed
specifically for Adult Education and Literacy students who can work
to earn in-demand industry certifications while participating in
basic skill development programming (e.g., GED or High school
The CompTIA A+ Instructor for the Adult Education ICAPS Program
will be responsible for developing curriculum and providing
instruction to prepare Adult Education ICAPS students for the
CompTIA A+ Certification. Instructors will be specifically
responsible for providing a classroom environment that is positive
and nurturing as well as provide instruction that considers a
variety of learning styles, gives hands-on practice, and offers
strategies for successfully passing the CompTIA certification
- Construction of a course syllabus, consistent with the generic
course syllabus, that stipulates course objectives, content, and
- Preparation of course presentations and instructional materials
- Delivery of instruction, including being prepared for and
meeting courses and laboratories (if appropriate) at scheduled
- Compliance with departmental and institutional policies and
procedures including but not limited to submission of midterm and
final grades, and Compliance with institutional procedures.
Understanding of and demonstrated commitment to work with
populations that often fall within the opportunity gap, thus
requiring more intentional and comprehensive support.
Commitment to work with the support instructor and staff to develop
strategies for, discuss, and meet the holistic needs of
- The successful candidate should have the CompTIA A+
- A Bachelor's degree is preferred, but not required
- Related work experience in field of study preferred
- Minimum of 2 years of successful teaching experience
The candidate that is hired will be responsible for curriculum
development prior to the start of the course. Pay for curriculum
development will be a flat fee of $750 and pay for actual
instruction with be $40 per hour (at 60 hours). The course will
tentatively begin in March or April 2020. This is a part-time
non-union teaching position with Continuing Education, Training,
and Workforce Development.
This is a temporary grant position and continued employment, is
based on the successful renewal of the grant.
Oakton Community College requires all employees to adhere to a
Vaccination /Testing Mandate and Mask Requirement.
Oakton Community College does not currently have a work form home
policy and employees, are required to report to campus.
For further details, visit our website at www.oakton.edu and select
the Employment link to view Employment Opportunities.
Please be sure to have a current resume, cover letter, and listof,
at least, three (3) professional references with contact
information prepared to submit with your application. One (1) of
the references must be your most recent, direct supervisor.
Oakton Community College is an equal opportunity, affirmative
action institution, committed to employing competent, qualified
individuals. Oakton Community College does not discriminate on the
basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, disability,
age, marital status, military status, socioeconomic status, sex or
gender, gender identity, or sexual orientation in admission to and
participation in its educational programs, college activities and
services, or in its employment practices.
Posted positions may be removed from the Oakton website without
notice when it is determined that no additional applicants are