Detailed Job Description
The Instructional Specialist is responsible for providing oversight for instruction including research and development of new courses, serving as a lead instructor and providing general supervision and leadership to departmental adjunct faculty of noncredit programs and training associated with open enrollment and contract cyber and technology courses. Included in the Instructional Specialist position are significant administrative responsibilities associated with the day to day running of open enrollment and contract courses. The Instructional Specialist will have a major role in advancing the department's programs and initiatives through research, curriculum design and adjunct faculty development. This position will also be responsible for establishing and maintaining accreditations, developing assessment strategies, identifying outcomes measurement criteria, supporting partnerships, creating publications, managing budgets, and conducting workforce development and industry related research. Additionally, the Instructional Specialist will deliver instruction in a variety of formats including, but not limited to, classroom, computer lab, and distance learning. This full-time position is a twelve-month professional level position.
Master's degree or higher in computer information systems, engineering, management information systems, computer science, information security, digital forensics, business management/administration or related discipline required.
Relevant experience in computer technologies, information systems security, forensics, computer networking, information assurance, cybersecurity or other technology field required.
Experience delivering instruction related to computer technologies, software applications, information systems security, forensics, computer networking, information assurance, cybersecurity or other technology field in both traditional and non-traditional formats required.
Experience developing assessment, learning outcomes, and curriculum required.
Demonstrated experience identifying workforce trends/needs, developing new courses and effectively promoting and expanding existing training programs to meet those needs required.
Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to make presentations required.
Strong human relations skills, including the ability to function effectively and tactfully with diverse populations such as students, administrators, faculty, staff and the public required.
Ability to work a flexible 40 hour weekly schedule, including evenings and weekends, to accommodate the needs of the departmental programs required.
Relevant industry certifications related to computer technologies, software applications, information systems security, forensics, computer networking, information assurance, cybersecurity or other technology field preferred.
Experience developing and maintaining vendor and strategic partnerships preferred.
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