Job Details

CIS Programming Professor

South Puget Sound Community College, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia, WA 98512

Job - Technology

Close Date: 03/13/2018

Position type Faculty, Full time; Tenure Track
Salary $53,217.00 per contract year (177 days)
Opens February 22, 2018
Closes Priority screening date: March 13, 2018; Open until filled
Location SPSCC Campuses in Olympia and Lacey, WA


South Puget Sound Community College seeks candidates for the 2018-2019 academic year to fill a full-time tenure-track position in Computer Information systems Programming. This position will begin effective September 10, 2018.

South Puget Sound Community College has been serving the city of Olympia and its surrounding communities for more than sixty years and is dedicated to excellence in teaching and learning, student success and community engagement. Our learning environment combines small class sizes, award-winning faculty and staff, and modern facilities. Our core themes revolve around completion, excellence, equity & diversity, innovation, and community.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Successful candidates will possess the interest, skills, and abilities to help college teams lead the state in innovative and collaborative learning experiences designed to optimize student success. Successful candidates will exhibit the following qualities:

• Place student success at the center of all decision-making.
• Engage with students, faculty, staff, and administrators to create a community of learners.
• Seek opportunities for teaching and learning excellence.
• Embrace change, risk-taking, and innovation.
• Respect the richness of diverse cultural values, beliefs, and practices of others.
• Contribute to the technical and general education of students who will apply learning to the world of work and transfer their education to a university.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES
Faculty members will work with other faculty, staff, and administrators to:
• Create and facilitate contextualized and integrated learning experiences in Computer Information Systems/Computer Programming in relation to identified college pathways that are linked to career goals.
• Create authentic assessments of students’ knowledge, skills, and abilities in Computer Information Systems/Computer Programming that measure course, program, and college-wide outcomes.
• Apply multiple teaching and learning strategies that promote the effective, cognitive and kinesthetic domains of learning
• Provide online, hybrid, and/or e-Learning enhanced courses.
• Use local, state, and national data and analytics to continuously improve strategies for student success.
• Advise students regarding academic pathways and the courses needed to reach each student’s academic goals
• Use a wide range of learning resources, tools, and technologies to improve access and student success in higher education.
• Serve on committees that support the shared governance of the college.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Associate’s degree with a major in computer programming or a Bachelor’s degree in any related discipline from an accredited college or university
• A minimum of four years recent work experience in computer programming in an object-oriented programming environment with a combination of competencies such as:
• Programming using C++, C# or Java
• Retrieving and updating data to a relational database using Structured Query Language
• Developing rich internet applications
• Development and evaluation of complex algorithms
• Ability to adapt to changing standards, practices and technologies
• Conveying complex technical information to non-technical associates or clients.
• Washington State Professional Technical Vocational Certificate or will become vocationally certificated, which requires at least 2 years of applicable industry experience within the last 5 years
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Master’s degree in computer science or closely related field
• Experience with C#, JavaScript
• Experience with Microsoft Visual Studio, .NET Framework, and SQL Server
• Relational database application development and administration
• Experience with MVC websites and/or web services
• Application design, including requirements analysis, modeling, testing, and documentation
• Web application design, development, and testing
• Excellent communication skills using different media and modifying techniques based on content, feedback and group composition
• Experience teaching post-secondary computer information systems courses
• Experience employing innovative approaches to curriculum development and evaluation that responds to industry trends and needs
• Academic and professional advising of students
• Ability to establish community/business connections
• Ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds, abilities, and needs

HOW TO APPLY
Interested candidates may apply by submitting the following items:
1. Completed SPSCC Employment Application
2. Letter of formal application that addresses your ability to perform the responsibilities and competencies described in this announcement and please include a statement of how you would contribute to the diversity of this campus.
3. Resume of all educational and professional experience that demonstrates how you meet the minimum and any preferred qualifications.
4. Copies of unofficial transcripts.

Send application materials via one of the delivery methods below,
email is preferred:
E-mail materials to: jobline@spscc.edu

Mail:
Human Resource Office
South Puget Sound Community College
2011 Mottman Road SW
Olympia, WA 98512
Fax: (360) 596-5706

Complete details: https://spscc.edu/employment