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West Kentucky Community & Technical CollegeLocation: Paducah, KY 42001 Document ID: AD215-4OBW Posted on: 2019-06-0406/04/2019 Job Type: Regular
|Salary: $45000 -- $50000|
Computer & Information Technologies Instructor
West Kentucky Community & Technical College (WKCTC), recognized as a top 10 community college in the nation by The Aspen Institute each of the four years the prize has been awarded and twice as a Finalist with Distinction, invites applications for the position of Computer & Information Technologies Instructor for its AU! at Murray State University (MSU) program. WKCTC is a comprehensive community college that provides excellence in teaching and learning, promotes student success, and supports economic development.
This full-time, 12-month contract faculty position will begin mid-July/August 2019. The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching a variety of CIT course lectures, both in-person and on-line at AU! at Murray State University (MSU) campus (Murray, KY) and the WKCTC main campus (Paducah, KY).
- student advising
- service on a variety of committees
- community service
- professional development
- teaching of courses outside of CIT, where qualified
- and various departmental activities that may include course development and evaluation, mentoring adjunct faculty and student outcome assessment.
Successful candidate will possess the following:
- Masters degree in Computer & Information Technologies or related field
- College teaching experience, preferred
- Industry certifications in CompTIA A+, Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), or Microsoft Certified Technology Associate (MTA, Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) or even Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE), preferred
- Willingness to work collaboratively on the development of quality course materials and pedagogies designed to engage students in active learning processes