Teach a wide range of courses from the Information Systems Programs, such as, Computer Literacy, Computer Applications (MS Office, Project Management), Software and hardware Architecture, Programming (Java/C#), Database, Scripting, and/or Web Development. In addition, there is a potential to teach a wide range of courses from Information Technology Programs, such as, Unix/Linux, Hardware and Software, Cisco Networking Academy including VoIP and firewalls, Microsoft Server, VMware, and Cyber-Security classes. Assists in maintaining instructional equipment, helps develop curriculum, and participates in department and college committees. Industry recognized certifications required to teach some courses. Teaching schedule varies between day, evening, and/or weekends. One or both of the positions may assume a departmental leadership role.
Bachelor’s degree with major in subject field and two (2) years of full-time college teaching experience, and one (1) year of related full-time work experience or Bachelor’s degree with major in subject field and four (4) years of full-time related work experience.
Master’s degree in the subject field or a master’s degree with at least thirty (30) approved graduate semester hours in the subject field and related fields. Five (5) years of full-time related work experience and prefer Industry certification(s) related to courses assigned.
Community College teaching experience and demonstrated ability to work effectively with students, faculty and staff of diverse socioeconomic, cultural and racial/ethnic backgrounds, as well as diverse abilities/disabilities and sexual preferences.
Open Until Filled: Yes
Quick Link: 8358
Salary: Minimum for Instructor II = $54,161/yr - Minimum for Assistant Professor = $60,952/yr - Minimum for Associate Professor = $68,180/yr, Minimum for Professor = $78,065
St. Louis Community College is the largest community college system in Missouri and the second largest institution of higher education in the state with current credit enrollment each semester of almost 30,000 students. The College is accredited by the North Central Association/Higher Learning Commission. The College includes four campuses, three education centers and district administrative offices enrolling 20,000 students. We offer 15 college-transfer and 90-plus career programs in the areas of art and design, business, civil and community service, engineering and technology, health and office professions; plus continuing education, developmental, and business/industrial training programs. The College employs 1,400+ full-time faculty and staff and 2,300+ part-time faculty and staff