Part-time Faculty, Web Development, Software Development/ Engineering
Friday, July 21, 2017
Thursday, July 27, 2017 (midnight)
Part-time faculty are required to teach in a number of software development courses in various Information Technology programs for the 15 week Fall Semester (September – December 2017). Possible areas of instruction include one or more of the following:
- Programming Web Foundation- In this course, students develop the skills needed to build static web sites. This includes facility with coding HTML, XHTML, and CSS, as well as the insertion of graphics and video into web sites.
- Software Development Techniques (C#) - Students use an object-oriented language to develop software solutions to solve business problems. Assignments illustrate the concepts of variables, decisions, scope, functions, repetition, and arrays. Problem solving techniques such as flowcharting and pseudo code are emphasized in order to develop business solutions. Students are required to use best practices to test and debug their projects.
- Database: SQL- This course introduces the student to Structured Query Language using an industry standard database management system. The topics discussed include Data Definition Language, Data Management Language and testing and debugging techniques.
- Systems Development: Design Lab-Upon completion of this course, the student will understand the Systems Development Life Cycle and the Object-Oriented Design methodology using the Unified Modeling Language. An object-oriented approach will be applied to a business system case study utilizing a Computer Assisted Systems Engineering tool to design a proposed solution from the requirements prepared in the Systems Development: Analysis course. Emphasis will be placed on typical industry practices, documentation and presentation skills in a team environment.
In addition to the above courses, there is a unique need for project mentors:
- Capstone Project Mentoring – in need of support for up to 18 student capstone (culminating) projects in various programs: Computer Programmer / Analyst, IT Innovation and Design and Mobile Solutions Development. Mentorship involves weekly meetings with student team, reviewing and evaluating progress, evaluating specifications, presentations and public demonstration of projects. One hour per week per project team. Seeking individuals with industry experience in software development and project management who can assist us with mentorship.
- Diploma or Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science / Software Engineering or other related field
- Demonstrable industrial experience related to topic areas as well as academic experience is an asset
- Previous teaching experience in at the post-secondary level is an asset
- Previous teaching experience with international students is an asset
- Must be available to teach during daytime hours (courses may run Monday to Friday, between 8am and 6pm, from September through to December.
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