Washtenaw Community College is looking for an energetic individual to develop new materials and teach a beginning-intermediate Linux System Administration course in a blended/online format.
This individual will work with individuals in the CIS Department and other stakeholders at the College to understand and expand the Linux curriculum of the College. The individual will teach a blended beginning-intermediate level System Administration course to students of the College using online content, online reference materials, online assessment materials, multimedia, virtual and simulated Linux environments, with synchronous and asynchronous online exercises.
The successful candidate will be innovative and creative, will understand and embrace the value of online/blended learning to students of the College, will be organized and will be an effective communicator. A professional background in production Linux environments is desirable. Additional experience in teaching and training Linux system administration and shell scripting in College, High School or other profit/non-profit organizational settings is highly preferred.
The successful candidate will also be expected to map elements and objectives of the LPIC -1, LPI Linux Essentials, and Linux+ certifications to the curriculum. Experience with NDG Netlabs+ environment a plus.
Individuals interested in this position may also be interested in the concurrently posted “Temporary Part Time Linux Blended Curriculum Developer” position. Applications may be submitted for both positions.
Minimum four years field experience in Linux System Administration and Linux Scripting required. Associate Degree minimum in Computer Science or related area required.
Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Computer Science or related area preferred. One or more of the following credentials: LPIC -1, LPIC -2, and/or Linux+ certifications preferred. Prior teaching/training experience preferred but not required.
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Washtenaw Community College - 7 months ago