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Information Technology Education
Open Date: Friday, January 20, 2012
Close Date: Friday, March 16, 2012
Announcement #: 9980b380365373
Position Type: Faculty
Salary: $39,000 annually
Work Schedule:
Full Time - Regular
Start date:
August 1, 2012
Twin Falls - Main Campus
  Cover Letter Required
Transcript Required
Faculty Schedule: 170 Days/9-Month ongoing

The deadline for this position has been extended to allow more time for advertising and application. 

Summary of Position

This is a full time position begins in August for Fall Semester 2012 teaching courses in computer networking and performing activities consistent with rank, advising students and contributing to ongoing programmatic development of the department.  The position includes but is not limited to scheduling classes and classrooms, evaluating and designing curriculum, teaching program classes, analyzing community and industry needs, participating in the continuous improvement process and providing assistance to the department as needed. Applicant will possess or be able to secure an Idaho Professional Technical Education teaching credential.  

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Maintains a courteous, respectful, cooperative, effective, professional working relationship with colleagues, staff, students, administrators, advisory committee members and other stakeholders.
  2. Teach a full semester credit load of courses in accordance with the descriptions published in the CSI catalog.
  3. Revise and develop curriculum based on the outcome and assessment model.
  4. Strive for best practices in course delivery and instructional techniques.
  5. Evaluate and order textbooks and other instructional material.  
  6. Develop course syllabi based on departmental models.
  7. Provide current copies of course syllabi to chairperson each semester.
  8. Recommend and develop alternative course delivery methods.
  9. Assume responsibility for constructing and giving  exams and other measurements necessary to determine student level of performance and understanding
  10. Meet all scheduled classes promptly.
  11. Evaluate needs of the program and adjust as necessary through a program development plan.
  12. Develop and recommend new courses and programs of study.
  13. Originate and recommend purchases of supplies and equipment and assist in the preparation of budget requests each year.
  14. Research and recommend alternative funding sources.
  15. Maintain classroom, classroom equipment and/or lab equipment as needed.
  16. Develop, maintain, and recommend improvements as necessary to provide a safe classroom/lab.
  17. Model professional behavior and ethics.
  18. Other duties that may be found on the complete job description at the time of interview. 

 Minimum Qualifications and Skills

  • Must be proficient with Microsoft networking systems
  • Is currently or can obtain Certified Cisco Academy Instructor certification.
  • Working knowledge of the UNIX/Linux operating system
  • Evidence of achieving positive student relationships
  • Evidence of, or willingness to obtain, computer industry certifications – CCNA, Server Level MCITP
  • Ability to obtain State of Idaho Teaching certificate. (See Idaho Division of Professional-Technical Education for more information)
  • History of  teaching adults, experience integrating technology and implementing distance learning strategies  preferred
  • Demonstrates the ability to develop and maintain courteous, professional and effective working relationships with colleagues, staff, students, administrators and other of various cultural and socio-economic backgrounds

 Working Conditions and Physical Requirements

Must possess current Idaho driver’s license to travel to professional development events, for recruitment purposes, for field trips, and to visit cooperative training sites.  Successful applicant will work directly with students in classroom, laboratory and supervised work experience. Use of hand tools is also necessary and some lifting (up to 50 lbs) will be necessary at times.

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