- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Monday, July 24, 2023
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Required: Master’s degree in Information Systems or closely related discipline with 18 graduate hours in Information Systems, Computer Science or an Information Technology related field from a regionally accredited institution.
• Knowledge of educational technology and applications in instructional delivery.
• Excellent computer skills, including programming, database, spreadsheet and word processing applications.
• Commitment to successful student learning outcomes.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Evidence of ability to work cooperatively in a team.
• Strong interpersonal skills.
Knowledge of Internet and network protocols, including related use of tools and client/server applications preferred.
• Working knowledge of the administration and theory of client and server operating systems including Windows and Linux.
• Understanding of network design, administration, and operations including wireless networking.
• Experience teaching at the college level.
• Experience teaching online classes
This is a part-time faculty position teaching courses in Information Technology. Teaching assignments may include day, evening, online, hybrid, blended, NCIH broadcast, and lab-based sections. Additionally, part-time faculty are required to participate in course and curriculum design, development of student learning outcomes, and data collection and assessment. They must also fulfill all other duties and responsibilities of instructors as required, including on-going professional development. Flexibility and a willingness to change depending upon the needs of the students or the institution are necessary.
1. Exhibiting an understanding and acceptance of the “open door” philosophy of Beaufort County Community College.
2. Teaching all programs or courses assigned according to published curriculum course outlines in the Master Curriculum File.
3. Incorporating innovative and creative teaching techniques where desirable.
4. Writing competency-based course outlines, behavioral objectives, and learning cycles for courses taught, and reviewing as scheduled.
5. Developing and distributing syllabi for each course taught.
6. Being responsible for administrative aspects relating to FTE reports, end-of -semester reports, posting grades, and submitting book orders to Lead Instructor.
7. Being responsible for tracking and recording daily and weekly attendance, enforcing the College’s attendance policies, submitting AVISO alerts, and following drop and withdraw procedures.
8. Presenting to the Dean or Lead Instructor any problems, suggestions, and recommendations for improving instructional services.
9. Referring all students to Student Services who are scholastically deficient, consistently absent and tardy, or in need of counseling.
10. Maintaining a high, current level of subject matter by becoming involved in professional organizations and attending professional meetings.
11. Assisting in the selection of learning resources in appropriate subject area(s) and encouraging students to use these materials.
12. Fulfilling other responsibilities as assigned by the Lead Instructor and Division Dean.