Computer Information Technology Faculty (Network Administration)
Title: Computer Information Technology Faculty/Program Coordinator
Salary Range: 51,780 - 58363
Contract Term Length: 12 Months
Standard Hours: 37.50
Work Location: Hybrid
FLSA Status: Exempt
College: Gateway Community & Technical College
Campus Location: Gateway Covington
Department: Business, IT and Professional Studies
Gateway Community & Technical College offers a competitive benefits package and an attractive work environment that supports excellence, innovation, and creativity including:
- Exceptional health care, vision, dental coverage for you and your family
- Tuition reimbursement/waiver for you, your spouse, and dependents
- 403(b) retirement plan: a 5% employee contribution receives a 10% employer match
- Vacation/Sick Time
- Work-Life Balance
- 9.5 Paid Holidays
- 2 Weeks Institutional Closing Pay (Last 2 weeks of December) for qualifying positions
- Employee Assistance Program
Gateway Community & Technical College is seeking an exceptional and energetic individual as an instructor and program coordinator for our Computer Information Technology (CIT) program. The ideal candidate must demonstrate the ability to support enrollment growth, build relationships/partnerships with business and industry, and promote the CIT program in the Northern Kentucky area. The ideal candidate must be willing to set standards of excellence in the industry and maintain continuous contact with the area business and industry community to ensure Gateway remains current with job entry requirements, current CIT technology trends, and equipment.
- Teach 15 credit hours per semester, including introductory and network administration courses
- Advise computer information technology students in the network administration track
- Facilitate instruction using multiple modalities (in-person, hybrid, and online)
- Post and maintain office hours
- Participate in the assessment of course and program student learning outcomes
- Assist in departmental functions including lab maintenance, equipment inventory, attending advisory committee meetings, maintaining relations with industry partners, and prospective student recruitment activities
- Maintain industry certifications to teach assigned courses
- Participate in the life of the college through internal service opportunities
- Represent the college through external service opportunities in the community
- Engage in ongoing professional development
- Assume leadership roles where appropriate.
- Ability to teach introductory information technology and network administration courses within the program, including but not limited to: CIT 105 Introduction to Computers, CIT 111 Hardware and Software, CIT 120 Computational Thinking, CIT 160 Introduction to Networking Concepts / CIT 167 Routing and Switching, CIT 213 Microsoft Client Configuration, CIT 261 Microsoft Active Directory, CIT 262 Microsoft Server Infrastructure, CIT 264 Microsoft Server Management.
**Note that the qualified faculty member is eligible to serve as Computer Information Technology Program Coordinator and act as the leader of the department working closely with the Dean of Business, IT, and Professional Studies in guiding this growing program. The Program Coordinator provides leadership and guidance to the faculty leads over the four tracks in the program: Network Administration, Security, Programming, and Cloud Computing Technologies.
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Technology (or related field) with current certifications (CompTIA Net+, A+, CCNA, Cisco Instructor and/or willingness to obtain industry certifications).
- 3 Years of relevant experience in network administration
- Current CompTIA Net+, A+, CCNA, Cisco Instructor (and/or willingness to obtain industry certifications)
- Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Excellent organizational skills; high attention to detail; independent; self-motivated; able to work in a fast-paced, changing environment.
- Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to communicate with many individuals at all levels throughout the internal college environment and external business and community partners, representing himself/herself professionally and courteously.
- Ability to communicate clearly verbally and, in writing.
- Ability to multi-task, work under deadlines, and prioritize projects to meet deadlines with high levels of efficiency and accuracy.
- Must have proficient computer skills in Microsoft Office (Excel, Forms, Outlook, Teams, SharePoint, and Word).
- Bachelor’s or master’s degree in Computer Information Technology (or related field) with current certifications (CompTIA Net+, A+, CCNA, Cisco Instructor and/or willingness to obtain industry certifications).
- 3-5 Years of relevant experience in network administration (enterprise servers) and experience using Linux.
- Experience in and understanding of working with students from diverse populations is preferred.
- Experience working at the community college level is preferred.