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- General funds, to begin approximately August 2018, contingent on satisfactory performance, operational and program needs, actual staffing requirements, and availability of funds. Position may be converted from 9-month to 11-month or 11-month to 9-month as operational needs are required.
- Develop and teach courses in the Computing, Electronics & Networking Technology (CENT) program.
- Courses may include, but are not limited to, the following related technology areas: Microcomputer Desktop and Hardware Support, Programming and Scripting, Database Systems and Administration, UNIX/Linux System Administration, Windows System Administration, TCP/IP Networking, Telecommunications, System and Network Administration, Web and Mobile Systems Administration, Information Security and Assurance, Virtualization, and Cloud Infrastructure and Services.
- Work under the guidance of colleagues to develop an understanding of student needs in discipline or area of primary responsibility. Work cooperatively with colleagues and faculty at UH West Oahu to develop, revise, update, and/or expand curriculum for the CENT AS, BAS in CENT and BAS in Information Security and Assurance including credit, noncredit, and hybrid learning curriculum with remote lab access. To perform instructional assignments involving hybrid learning.
- Provide departmental leadership and direction when responding to emerging training needs as identified by the ICT industry and related industries, as well as to workforce initiatives.
- Develop and maintain working relationships with industry constituents (e.g., Advisory Committee).
- Provide academic support to students such as advising, job and internship referrals.
- Provide departmental leadership for program review and other assessment-related activities.
- Provide service to the college and the community.
- Maintain office hours as determined by teaching schedule. Must be available for evening, weekend, and off-campus assignments (e.g. military bases). To teach on a military base, Department of Defense security clearance is required.
- Master's Degree in one of the following fields: information & computer science, information technology, system and network administration, information security and assurance, or electrical engineering or computer engineering;
- OR Bachelor's Degree in one of the following fields: information & computer science, information technology, system and network administration, information security and assurance, or electrical engineering or computer engineering AND 3 years work experience in one or more related fields of information & computer science, information technology, system and network administration, information security and assurance, or electrical engineering or computer engineering. Note: Minimum qualifications must be met by the effective date of appointment. If qualified applicants are not available, others will be considered as acting instructor.
- Two years full-time teaching experience at the post-secondary level in a related technology area listed above.
- Two years full-time work experience in a related technology area listed above.
- Computer or network certifications in a related technology area listed above.
- Experience with assessment.
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- Honolulu Community College
- 874 Dillingham Blvd
- Honolulu, HI 96817
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