Blackhawk Technical College

  • IT Web/Programming Instructor

    Job Locations US-WI-Milton
    Req No.
    2018-1395
    Category
    Information Technology
    Type
    Full-time Faculty
    Anticipated Placement
    USD $57,428.00/Yr.
    -
    USD $71,785.00/Yr.
  • Overview

    Under the direction of the Dean of Manufacturing, Apprenticeship, Transportation and Technology, this instructional position will provide instruction with the IT Web Development Associate Degree. Duties will include instruction within assigned courses, and participation within the shared lab and student project environment that encompasses all IT programs at BTC, known as the “Flexible Learning Environment”.

    Responsibilities

    IT Skills:

    1. Knowledge and experience of the following languages: Java, Javascript, ASP.net, .NET, PHP, SQL, HTML/HTML5, CSS/CSS3, XML, XSL, Apache, and Python
    2. Ability to work in the multi-program development environment of Cloud computing with tools such as those available from MS, Oracle, and Amazon Web Services.
    3. Knowledge of content management systems (CMS) including WordPress and Visual Studio Team Services
    4. Knowledge of mobile app development and APIs.
    5. Knowledge of client and server sides of web applications is preferred.
    6. Familiarity with a web application framework such as Bootstrap and jQuery preferred.
    7. Experience/background in web development and networking, including systems management, systems support and HelpDesk.
    8. Proficiency in using graphic design tools, front-end and back-end web development preferred.

     

    Position Responsibilities:

    1. Provide instruction for assigned classes, while providing instruction/faculty support within the IT open Lab Environment.
    2. Serve as a member of cross-functional IT Programs team to explore and improve upon current curriculum and technology.
    3. Engage in ongoing student learning assessment to determine effectiveness of instruction and curriculum.
    4. Contribute to the creation of a classroom environment that is respectful of diversity and demonstrates a commitment to multiculturalism.
    5. Maintain accurate student records and reports as requested by administrative offices.
    6. Identify students needing assistance and refer students to Student Services. Collaborate with Student Services and the Academic Support Division staff members to help students adjust to the learning environment.
    7. Remain current on developments in the teaching field so that instruction is delivered for a variety of learning styles, uses the latest supportive technology and utilizes alternative delivery methods.
    8. Remain current on curriculum content in the discipline and use of continuous quality improvement techniques to update content and foster current evidence-based program assessment and improvement. In particular work with other IT faculty to develop the “DevOps” methods and practices found in industry appropriate to BTC/higher education.
    9. Develop and update or revise course curriculum as needed to maintain program relevance.
    10. Prepare and update course syllabi (using BTC guidelines) for each course taught, and work cooperatively with members of the IT Department, and other departments and programs in coordinating courses.
    11. Attend advisory committee and other business and industry related meetings; Departmental, Divisional and faculty meetings as requested.
    12. Assist in the enforcement of college regulations and report student conduct violations to administration.
    13. Assist in student recruitment, internship and job placement activities for graduates.
    14. Meet weekly office hours and other duties required to meet student, employer, and college needs.
    15. Meet Wisconsin Technical College System requirements through the Faculty Quality Assurances System.

    Qualifications

    Minimum Qualifications:

    1. Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, Web Design, Web Content Management, Managing Information Systems, Information Technology, or Information Systems
    2. Minimum of two years (4,000 hours) of occupational experience within web solutions and technologies field, of which at least one year (2,000 hours) shall be within five years prior to date of appointment. One year (2,000 hours) of related occupational experience may be waived if the occupational instructor has at least two years of post-secondary teaching experience in the appropriate occupational field within five years prior to the date of appointment (two years of post-secondary teaching experience means eight semesters of part-time teaching or four semesters of full-time teaching at an accredited institution).

     

    Preferred Qualifications:

    1. Master’s Degree in Related field (preferred).
    2. Previous post-secondary education experience, include classroom and on-line facilitation.

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