Seeking motivated individual wishing work as a part-time lecturer for an Introductory Computer Science course, Computer Applications for Business. The lecture portion of the course meets for two 55 minute periods per week. The duties include teaching approximately 200 students in lecture, overseeing approximately five teaching assistants, communicating with TAs and students, sharing responsibilities of creating assignments and exams, and proctoring exams, two of which are administered at 9:30pm. In addition to these responsibilities, the instructor is required to schedule two office hours per week. We are seeking an energetic instructor that will motivate and engage the students.
Minimum Education and Experience:
A Masters Degree in CS or Education is preferred. Knowledge of or work experience in computer science or a related field is desirable.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Required skills include:
Familiarity with Windows /MAC OS X operating systems
Basic computer knowledge
Basic knowledge of HTML and CSS or willingness to learn.
Good MS Excel knowledge and skills
Good people skills
Ability to present to large audience
Posting Number: 19FA2259
Location: Busch (RU-New Brunswick)
Internal Number: 103459
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