Computer & Information Technology Faculty
- Bridgemont Community & Technical College
- Location: Montgomery, West Virginia
- Category: Faculty-Engineering-Computer Engineering
- Posting Date: 07/13/2020
- Application Deadline: Open until filled
BridgeValley Community and Technical College invites applications for a full-time, 9-month faculty position in the Computer and Information Technology Department to support delivery of the Network Engineering Technology, Cybersecurity and other elements of the C&IT department programs.
This position is primarily based on the South Charleston campus, however BVCTC operates both Montgomery and South Charleston campuses and teaching obligations may be on both campuses. In general, teaching assignments and locations will depend on the needs of the institution at any given time.
Summary: 9-month, full-time, benefits eligible faculty position. Salary offer will commensurate with knowledge and experience.
Examples of Duties
Provide instruction for assigned technology courses, including evaluation of student work, consultation and additional instruction with student outside of class as necessary, and other efforts related to the teaching of assigned classes.
Teach curriculum material and develop daily lesson plans to insure expected course outcomes are met.
Become a Cisco Certified Instructor through the Cisco instructor certification process and adhere to the Cisco Curriculum.
Utilize different methods and mediums in delivering course material.
Support program, department and institutional operational objects, especially the implementation and maintenance any program assessment processes.
Support online course delivery as needed.
Participate in recruiting efforts for division programs including but not limited to such things as: giving tours to prospective students or tour groups, visiting high school and career technical centers, supporting institution and division outreach events.
Provide academic advisor services to students each semester to aid the students in achieving their educational goals.
Aid in student retention by giving timely feedback to students and the college concerning Academics, Behavior, Attendance, etc. and mentoring the student as required to aid in the development and growth of the student as they progress through the program.
Take an active role in job placement of students as they approach graduation.
Build and maintain contacts and relationships throughout industry and with high school technical program instructors.
Keep abreast of the latest trends and needs of industry.
Participate in program advisory committee activities.
Maintain expertise in subject area and recommend improvements, with possible training on specific software, equipment and technologies as required by the program.
Assume institutional responsibilities, including active participation in department, division and institutional needs which may include, but not be limited to, class schedule preparation, budget development, club advising, committee participation, accreditation, articulation, and faculty governance.
Other duties as assigned.
Master's degree. Candidates with non-information technology degrees must have 18 credit hours of graduate course work in information technology or a closely related subfield.
A minimum of three years' of relevant industrial experience is required.
A commitment to teaching excellence, responsiveness to student needs, written and oral communication skills, experience applying teamwork skills, positive problem resolution skills as well as a commitment to life-long learning and continuous improvement.
Master's degree in Information Technology or a related field.
A strong background working in the information technology field with experience in or more of the following areas: networking, industrial networking, project management, data analytics, virtualization, system administration and scripting.
Prior college-level face-to-face teaching experience.
Prior online teaching experience.
Professional certifications such as CCENT, CCNA, and/or in-field instructor certifications.
BridgeValley will not accept incomplete applications. Please fill out the application completely, even though the resume may include the same information.
Employment is subject to satisfactory results on background check.
Copies of transcripts may be sent but originals must be available prior to hire.
Demonstration of teaching effectiveness will be part of the campus review process.
Applicants selected for an interview will be required to give a short teaching demonstration on a topic to be determined prior to the interview.
This posting does not reflect the entire job description and may be changed and/or modified, at any time, without notice.
We are interested in every qualified candidate who is eligible to work in the United States. However, we are not able to sponsor candidates requiring a visa.
BridgeValley Community and Technical College promotes student success, prepares a skilled workforce, and builds tomorrow's leaders by providing access to quality education.
BridgeValley is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution that does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected status in its employment, programs, activities.
Please contact the Human Resources office at 304-205-6606 if you need assistance or reasonable accommodation in the hiring process.