Knowledge and skills needed to prepare students for careers centered on the use of information and communications technologies. This specific position will teach Implementing Web Servers during the fall term 2012.
1. Teach courses specific to Web Server Administration.
2. Maintain currency of the curriculum area through study, seminars, and return-to-industry activities.
3. Demonstrate effective instructional methodologies in the classroom and computer laboratory environments.
4. Utilize effective planning, organization, implementation, and assessment techniques to direct student learning.
5. Work as a member of the Networking Technologies Department team to strive for continuous curriculum and instructional improvement.
6. Encourage and support the professional growth of students.
7. Adhere to policies and procedures of the college, division, and department.
1. Associate of Applied Science Degree in Networking Technology or a related field.
2. At least three years documented work experience implementing, managing, and troubleshooting Apache and IIS in a Linux Windows environment.
3. Professional training, certification, or other evidence that demonstrates competency in Linux and Windows systems administration skills necessary to manage IIS and Apache in both environments.
4. Instructional/training experience in a corporate, government, or educational setting.
1. Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Technology, or related field.
2. Five or more years of documented work experience implementing, managing, and troubleshooting Apache and IIS in a Linux Windows environment.
3. Documented experience as an instructor at an institution of higher education.
4. Current MCSE or MCITP and RHCE Certification.
Special Instructions to Applicants
1. Official transcripts are required from the selected candidate prior to start date. Failure to comply may result in voluntary resignation.