Computing Systems Business Instructor at Bay de Noc Community College
Employer: Bay de Noc Community College
The Computing Systems Business Instructor is responsible for teaching a variety of courses, which includes but is not limited to C and C++ Programming, SQL. Management Information Systems, Computer Science, Java, Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Scripting, Software/Web Development and Python.Minimum Qualifications:- Master’s degree in Computer Information Systems, Business Analytics, Business Intelligence, Data Science or closely related field with 18 graduate semester hours in the discipline from a regionally accredited educational institution.- Prior teaching experience- A minimum of two years’ work experience in related field- Commitment to quality instruction in a learner-centered environment with the goal of consistently improving student successPreferred Qualifications: – Experience in teaching courses at the post secondary level, preferably in a community college setting- Experience with active and collaborative learning strategies- Current industry certifications in languages such as Java and C++, or related computing fields.- Online teaching certificationEssential Job Duties and Responsibilities:- Teach a wide range of courses, which includes but is not limited to C and C++ Programming, SQL. Management Information Systems, Java, Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Scripting, Software/Web Development and Python.- Facilitate student learning through the following activities:1. Develop course syllabi that set expectations, standards, policies, and learning objectives of the course.2. Contribute to the development and delivery of assessments of course and program learning outcomes.3. Recognize and respond to different student learning styles and needs.4. Develop and use supplementary learning materials, resources, and technologies.5. Serve as an academic advisor to students per the guidelines of the Master Agreement.6. Maintain student attendance records, grades and other required records.7. Maintain at least the minimum number of regularly scheduled office hours per the Master Agreement in order to advise and assist students.8. Develop and teach new courses.9. Serve as the Computer Information Systems program lead as outlined in the Master Agreement, which includes convene an advisory committee.10. Collaborate with other faculty in redesigning and expanding courses.- Adhere to the ethical standards of the college, the State of Michigan, the Higher Learning Commission, FERPA and other education regulations and the Computer Information Systems profession.- Provide for a safe and orderly learning environment.- Stay abreast of developments in the field of Computer Information Technology and teaching by reading current literature, talking with colleagues, and participating in professional development opportunities.- Work with lab assistants, learning assistants, or student workers as needed.- Participate in professional activities such as, but not limited to, curriculum planning, syllabus writing, examination development, textbook selection, program revision, online teaching certification, and outcome assessment. – Work with the dean and other necessary faculty and staff to develop a course schedule that meets the needs of students and other stakeholders.- Maintain, plan, and acquire needed equipment and supplies.- Serve on academic or administrative committees that deal with continuous improvement, institutional policies, departmental matters, division policies, and/or academic issues.- Communicate with students, colleagues, and other stakeholders in a professional manner through the use of telephone, email, fax, mail, and/or face-to-face communication.- Assist the dean in recruiting, recommending the hire, and mentoring adjunct faculty.- Participate in student recruitment, registration, and placement activities.- Attend graduation activities and other events as required by the Master Agreement.Salary Range:$47,847 – $88,819 annuallyBenefits:Bay College offers the following benefits: health, life, dental, vision, short-term disability and long-term disability insurance, Michigan Public School Employees Retirement Systems or TIAA (13% employer contribution), 403(b), YMCA membership, a Wellness Program, tuition reimbursement and professional development support.This position will begin teaching for the Fall 2021 semester.Placement of salary is dependent upon education and experience in relation to the Full-Time Faculty’s master agreement procedures.