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Instructor, Programming

Southeast Community College

Job Description

 

Full Job Description

 

Department
Computer Information Technology

Location
Lincoln

Job Category
Faculty

Job Type
FT

Posting Number
01505

Position End Date
 
Position Summary Information

 

General Description of Position
Under the general direction and supervision of the Division Dean and Associate Dean, the instructor position cultivates learners in a dynamic and fast-paced industry. The instructor is responsible for keeping up-to-date with the current industry and developing/updating courses for different delivery formats (classroom/laboratory, online, and synchronous web). Courses are focused on, but not limited to, Java, React/React native, Javascript and Web Page Development in HTML/CSS. This is a full-time position.

Southeast Community College offers competitive compensation and a robust benefits package, including, but not limited to: medical/dental insurance, 403(b) retirement with College matching contribution, vision insurance, flexible spending account and tuition reimbursement. Southeast Community College also offers extensive leave plans. In addition, Southeast Community College makes available to all full-time employees the use of “Ben Dollars” (cash-in-lieu potential for certain coverage levels) to cover medical and dental premiums.

Provide Student Instruction in Assigned Program Courses
    • Construct relationships with diverse learners;
    • Develop and deliver engaging lessons in assigned program courses;
    • Build curriculum: lesson plans, assignments, tests (subject to program approval); Developing courses is a shared responsibility based on the Dean, Associate Dean, and Program Director(s) after consideration of industries leader’s feedback.
    • Operate all appropriate audio-visual and multimedia equipment and software.

 

Create and Develop Teaching Aids and Supplements
  • Create visual communications presentations.
  • Enhance engaged learning through the College’s current visual/audio equipment and programs applications.
  • Keep up to date with current trends that reflect methods used in the Computer Information Technology industry.
Develop New Courses and Update Existing Courses
  • Collaborate with others and add, develop, and/or implement changes in current courses to keep the Computer Information Technology program current.
  • Develop courses that include writing course objectives, syllabi, handouts and tests, and researching textbooks and online resources and data for course use.
Maintain and Upgrade Computer Information Technology Equipment
  • Ensure classrooms, computer lab(s) and online equipment are suitable for engaged learning and are in working order for student use.
Complete and Maintain Program and Students Records
  • Follow state and federal guidelines for student records.
  • Maintain permanent student records: grade books, attendance, and student achievement for all courses taught.
  • Use and promote the online instructional learning management software (LMS), Self-Service, OFFICE 365, and the HUB.
  • Provide recommendations for capital equipment purchases of instructional supplies and equipment.
Maintain Technical Competency in Teaching Area
  • Attend seminars, professional association meetings, conferences, educational workshops, or other related training sessions to stay technically competent.
  • Participate in college activities related to professional development, diversity, and safety.
Participate in Area Campus – Based Program Activities and Teams
  • Actively engage in and support Program activities (advisory team meetings, open house, division meetings, etc.) and College activities and teams as requested.
Act as a Program Advisor for Students in Computer Information Technology Program.
  • Mentor, support, and advise students on academic standing, progress, and the academic map demonstrating courses needed for graduation;
  • Explain College policies and procedures with students to complete all records and forms etc., as needed for articulation and program operation.
Individual Development Plan
  • Develop an individualized development plan in cooperation with the Associate Dean and as defined and supported on the Professional Development website.
Perform Other Campus and Program Duties as Assigned
  • Substitute teach as required, budget development, advise co-program directors 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.
  • Teach evening Continuing Education or off-campus Computer Information Technology classes or customized training classes.
Program Director/Department Chair
  • The instructor may have additional duties and responsibilities of supervising and coordinating the activities of the program and its faculty if offered the opportunity to be Program Director/Department Chair. The primary role of the Program Director/Department Chair is to ensure that through personal and faculty efforts, students are able to achieve the objectives of the program. The Program Director reports to the Dean or Associate Dean of the Division.
Promote/Support Diversity, Inclusion, Equity, and Access
  • Work toward creating a welcoming, inclusive, equitable, and productive work and learning environment, where all students, faculty members, and college employees are valued and may contribute to their full potential, regardless of their differences.
  • Make concerted efforts to implement accessible and inclusive practices and processes aimed at creating a diverse and equitable learning and work environment.
  • Commit to fostering and maintaining a safe environment of respect and inclusion for students, employees, and members of the community.
  • Promote and support the College’s policies and programming related to access, fair employment, EEO, equity, inclusion, and diversity.

Minimum Qualifications
  • Associate’s degree in Computer Information Technology or related field.
  • Two (2) years’ recent industry experience in Computer Information Technology.

Desired Qualifications
  • Advanced degree or additional college training related to Computer Information Technology teaching or instruction;
  • Teaching experience at secondary or post-secondary setting with knowledge in Java, React/React native, Javascript and Web Page Development in HTML/CSS;
  • Online, hybrid format, flipped classroom and progressive experience in utilizing technology in curriculum development and delivery.

Salary
$51,300/yr
Posting Detail Information

Please be advised that Southeast Community College will require a Criminal History Background Check prior to final offer.

Open Date
09/28/2022

Close Date

 
Open Until Filled
Yes

Special Instructions to Applicants
Southeast Community College offers competitive compensation and a robust benefits package, including, but not limited to: medical/dental insurance, 403(b) retirement with College matching contribution, vision insurance, flexible spending account and tuition reimbursement. Southeast Community College also offers extensive leave plans. In addition, Southeast Community College makes available to all full-time employees the use of “Ben Dollars” (cash-in-lieu potential for certain coverage levels) to cover medical and dental premiums.

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