The position of Cyber Security Instructor will provide instruction relative to networking,
cybersecurity, cyberlaw, digital forensics, operating systems and related courses. This position may also teach software and/or web design
Classes will be face to face, and distance/hybrid. Additional duties outside of regular business hours (student clubs,
department activities, recruiting, etc.) will be required.
The faculty member(s) conducts college
courses for Cyber Security students using a variety of appropriate teaching methods; meets all scheduled classes prepared to instruct;
prepares teaching syllabi for courses of study; prepares materials to adequately evaluate student progress; reports midterm and final grades
when appropriate; maintains accurate and adequate records; establishes regular office hours for student consultation.
candidate(s) will perform other related duties as assigned, which include, but are not necessarily limited to: advising students on academic
curricula; serving on faculty committees; participating in faculty meetings; providing recommendations for preparation of departmental or
divisional budgets; participating in the development of departmental curricula; and adhering to all institutional policies.
faculty member keeps up with developments in the field of cyber security and related fields by reading current literature, communicating
with colleagues, attending workshops/training, and participating in professional conferences.
Additional departmental or divisional
assignments may be established where appropriate.
Typical work environment is a classroom, lab, and office setting requiring normal safety precautions. Work
is usually performed during the normal workday; however, early morning, late evening and weekend work will be required. Short periods of
time will be spent outdoors travelling between campus buildings in various weather conditions.
Employee must be able to stand for long periods of time, speak, hear, use hands and fingers to handle materials and use computer, feel,
and reach with hands and arms. The employee will occasionally stoop, kneel, and crouch. Occasional lifting, pushing, and/or pulling of up to
50 pounds may be required.
Note to candidates:
A teaching demonstration will be required at the
time of the interview.
Applications for faculty positions will be screened to ensure applicants meet the necessary
credential requirements set forth by the Higher Learning Commission to teach college credit classes.