Information Systems Faculty
Job posting number: #7064918
Posted: February 26, 2020
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Job DescriptionJob Summary
The instructor will have the opportunity to teach a variety of courses in the Computer Information Systems program/discipline, with a focus on networking and cybersecurity. The selected candidate should be able to work with students from a wide range of academic preparedness, understand community college goals and philosophy, teach using a variety of formats, and collaborate with other faculty in professional activities. The normal teaching load is 15 contact hours (4-5 courses) per semester, which may include some online, evening, weekend, or off-campus (dual-credit) classes. Candidates must exhibit an effective teaching style that supports a diverse student body. On-campus presence is required.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
The selected candidate will demonstrate a commitment to education and a willingness to teach a range of courses within the Computer Information Systems program. The instructor is responsible for preparing and delivering instruction for 21st century learners and assessing student learning outcomes as appropriate to ensure academic quality. The candidate will be an engaged learning facilitator/instructor who will utilize a range of teaching and learning strategies to foster active learning and student success, which contributes to the fulfillment of the College’s strategic goals. Successful candidates are expected to participate in activities or on committees that contribute to the success of students.
o Associate of Applied Science degree in Cybersecurity, Computer Networking, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, or a related major from a fully accredited college or university and 6,000 hours of related work experience.
o Ability to teach a range of computer related fields (Cybersecurity, Networking, Computer Science/Programming, Project Management, and Applications) beyond the introductory level.
o Demonstrated knowledge and skills in networking infrastructure, cybersecurity, virtualization & cloud, and network administration.
o Demonstration of a commitment to community college goals and philosophy. Must communicate effectively in spoken and written English.
o Bachelor’s degree with 2000 hours of related work experience or Master’s degree in Cybersecurity, Computer Networking, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, or a related major from a fully accredited college or university.
o Community college teaching experience. Applicants should be willing to teach using alternative delivery methods.
o Familiarity with the current landscape of computer science education in K-12 and Higher Education
Kishwaukee College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and any reasonable and timely accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act will be made upon documented request by the employee.