Instructor, Information Technology

Employer
Pasco-Hernando State College
Location
450 Beverly Ct.

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Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
Overview

Teaches courses as assigned by the Provost, Dean or Associate Dean.  Courses within the College may be taught during the day, evening, weekends, and/or online.

 

Salary Range: $41,144 - $57,052.80 (for two terms): the maximum salary is based on a doctorate education level and 8 years of verifiable full-time professional work experience and/or full-time teaching experience.

 

 

Responsibilities

The following duties are not exhaustive but illustrate the general duties required of the position. Management may require personnel to perform duties other than those contained in this document.

  • Teaches day or evening classes at assigned campus or other locations in the district. May be assigned to teach at another campus or geographic area.
  • Responsible for instructional coverage of course objectives.
  • Writes, reviews, and updates course objectives and program objectives where applicable, as requested by the Dean and/or Associate Dean or as necessary; provides a copy to the Dean and/or Associate Dean.
  • Responds to the special needs of disabled students in the classroom and interfaces with the Director of Disabilities Services to ensure that these needs are accommodated.
  • Promotes a learning environment that is non-discriminatory and that provides equity for all students.
  • Provides students with course syllabus, which will minimally include the requirements listed in the Syllabus Template; and submits copies to the Dean and/or Associate Dean (West Campus courses), and to the Provost (East, North, Porter, and Spring Hill campus courses).
  • Provides the Dean and/or Associate Dean with copies of examinations, as requested.
  • Teaches a minimum of 15 classroom contact hours per week in accordance with District Board of Trustees Rule 6Hx19-3.07.
  •  Assists the Dean, Associate Dean, and Provosts with instructional matters, and assists in the planning of curriculum, selection of textbooks and other course-related materials, programs, and adjunct College activities, including dual enrollment activities, designed to serve the College and community.
  • Schedules, posts, and maintains work hours in accordance with District Board of Trustees Rules, and as approved by Dean and/or Associate Dean.
  • Assists or advises in the registration process, as assigned.
  • Maintains and reports accurate class attendance records.
  • Refers students to student development staff and financial aid advisors as needed
  • Attends and participates in meetings as member of College committees to which appointed.
  • Attends scheduled faculty and departmental/division meetings.
  • Participates in programs of in-service training, and programs of self-study and evaluation as may be required by the Provost, the Dean and/or Associate Dean.
  • Assists students having academic difficulty.
  • Stays current in his/her teaching field by attending in-services, conferences, seminars, or courses.
  • Adheres to recertification requirements, as outlined in District Board of Trustees Rule 6Hx19-2.551.
  • Maintains current professional certification or license, as applicable to his/her teaching field.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Minimum QualificationsFor course CGS 1100 - Master’s Degree in Computer Science, Master’s Degree in Computer Information Systems, Master’s Degree in Management Information Systems, Master’s Degree in Business/Office Education or a Master’s Degree with at least 18 graduate semester hours in any combination of the qualifying fields listed below.  The information literacy component of CGS 1100 requires a Master’s Degree in Library Science or a Master’s Degree with at least 18 graduate semester hours in the qualifying field.  Qualifying Fields:
    • Computer Engineering
    • Computer Information Technology
    • Computer Programming
    • Computer Science
    • Cybersecurity
    • Information Systems
    • Instructional Technology
    • Internet Services
    • Digital Media/Multimedia
    • Technology 
    • Library Science 
     For course prefixes CET CIS CNT CTS -  Master’s Degree in Computer Science or a Master’s Degree with at least 18 graduate semester hours in any combination of the qualifying fields and the appropriate professional certification, if applicable.  Questions regarding certification should be directed to the Dean of Workforce Development.  Qualifying Fields:
    • Computer Information Technology
    • Information Systems
    • Computer Programming
    • Computer Science
    • Cybersecurity
    • Internet Services 
    • Computer Engineering
    • Networking Services
    • MIS 
    Knowledge, Skills, and AbilitiesAdvanced organizational skills. Ability to communicate effectively with a variety of students. Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with all stakeholders. Ability to maintain detailed student records

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