IT Instructor for IT Training Program - Part Time
Just-A-Start is looking for a part time instructor for our new IT Training Program. Partnering with a local college, this eight month program, which consists of two cohorts per year (Spring/Summer and Fall/Spring semesters) provides adults with the skills they need to access a career in the high-tech industry.
The IT instructor is responsible for teaching Windows Operating System and Applications/Concepts courses to approximately 15 students, using curriculum that aligns to BHCC Hardware/Software Support Certificate Program. This is a 7 - 12 hour per week position. For class time only a 6 hour/week commitment is needed and the hours are flexible but need to be between 9am-2pm two days (Tuesday,Thursday or Friday) per week. In addition, to class time you will be expected to attend a staff meeting for 1 hour per week and in the spring, there will be an additional 5 hours for tutoring and preparation for COMPTIA A+ exam.
- Assist with curriculum development to assure alignment to industry
- Maintain appropriate classroom management while utilizing a variety of teaching methods and strategies to meet the needs of varying student learning styles
- Maintain and document course preparation and evaluation tools
- Assess students’ learning outcomes and prepare progress report for all students
- Ensure that students’ communications abilities and professional skills meet the needs of internship and Post-Secondary Education partners
- Provide guidance for self-directed learning and provide one-on-one tutoring outside of class
- Prepare students for COMPT TIA A+ Certificate Exam
- BA Degree in a relevant field (Information Technology, Computer Science) and a minimum of 2 years teaching adults, or equivalent required
- Industry standard certification CompTIA, MCSE etc. acceptable
- Experience in implementing progressive methodologies and in creating a hands on, interactive learning environment.
- Excellent interpersonal, communication, teamwork and time management skills
- Ability to work well with diverse populations and develop positive relationships with students, colleagues, and staff.
JAS strongly believes that all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunity, and does not permit unlawful discrimination against its employees or applicants because of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, veteran status, citizenship status, veteran status or military obligations or any other legally protected characteristics under applicable state or federal laws. We strongly believe that diversity of employees at all levels makes us a stronger agency that can make a more meaningful contribution to our communities, and we strive to succeed in this regard.