Adjunct Assistant Professor Faculty, Web Development and Digital Media - HTML and CSS
Teach evening face-to-face or online or hybrid section(s) HTML and CSS II (WEB 240) and/or AJAX (WEB 230) courses for fall, 2017. Adjunct responsibilities include preparing and/or managing course materials and instruction; following provided course outlines and assessing objectives; performing certain administrative tasks such as submitting course grades, syllabi, and attendance; occasionally participating in professional development activities, and meeting with students before or after class as needed.
The Adjunct Assistant Professor facilitates meaningful learning of the course competencies in the curriculum and proactively supports all facets of the learning environment. S/He provides education through learning-centered instruction that will enable graduates to fulfill the evolving needs of the marketplace. S/He encourages a culture of learning that values mutual responsibility and respect, life-long learning and ethics. This position is part time/adjunct only.
- Bachelor's degree in web design, web development, computer programming or related field.
- At least two years of discipline-related work experience (non-teaching) using HTML/CSS and HTML Frameworks; and
- Discipline-related course work at a level above the course desired to teach.
- Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
Programming skills must be proficient in the following languages and skills:
- HTML5 / CSS3
- Demonstrated success teaching in classroom setting
- A positive attitude
- Work with course facilitator and department chair to teach and assess on course objectives using approved learning resources.
- Provide instruction and assessment on semantic and validate HTML5 and CSS3.
- Provide instruction and assessment on responsive design.
- Provide instruction and assessment on concepts of HTML APIs.
- Provide instruction and assessment on CSS3 to shape content on the page.
- Provide instruction and assessment on concepts on uses the canvas element.
- Meet departmental and JCCC adjunct requirements and deadlines such as syllabi submission, attendance and grade rosters.
- Master's degree in related field.
- Teaching experience.
- Experience creating training or instructional materials.
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Overland Park, Kansas, United States
Competitive rate of pay. Eligible for JCCC tuition reimbursement plan, voluntary tax sheltered annuity, use of Lifetime Fitness Center, JCCC Hiersteiner Child Center, and Staff Development.
For full consideration apply before
Hours per Week
Schedule will vary and may include nights and weekends.
REQUIRED: Application, Cover Letter (If interested in other courses, please also include which courses you can teach and teaching availability.), Resume or Curriculum Vitae, and Unofficial Transcripts. If employed, certified transcripts for all college level education will be required. Provide required documents when completing the application. - If selected to be interviewed for this position, the candidate will be asked to present an on-campus mock lesson on a topic to be determined.