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Cyber Security / Information Technology Specialist, Phoenix, AZThis position is 20 hours per week. This is 100% onsite. The Cyber Security / Information Technology Specialist will be responsible for curriculum, instruction, and will be an integral part of the student educational experience. The Security / Information Technology Specialist will provide engaged instruction; develop curricula; conduct program, course, and student outcomes assessment; and advise and support students. The Security / Information Technology Specialist will engage in the professional work to advance the mission by participating in institutional advancement, professional development, and community service in the pursuit of excellence. Responsibilities: - Provide Instruction: The Security / Information Technology Specialist will assess, revise, and develop courses to maintain a current, relevant curriculum; develop lesson plans; organize and manage instructional activities; use appropriate learner-centered instructional methods; utilize new technology and the learning management system in all classes. Be responsible for the evaluation of student learning and provide evaluation methods appropriate to outcomes; evaluate student learning in a fair manner; maintain accurate records of evaluation and course work, including attendance; submit grades; seek feedback on course delivery and student learning; order textbooks; and maintain lab and equipment. Courses may be delivered off campus for high school dual enrollment or workforce development.- Develop Curriculum and Conduct Assessment: The Security / Information Technology Specialist will network with the community and industry partners to build a strong advisory board; gather feedback from stakeholders to design curricula and develop program outcomes. The Security / Information Technology Specialist will be responsible for annual program assessment and comprehensive program reviews; gather and analyze data including student outcome, enrollment, retention, and completion data to support continuous improvement. The Security / Information Technology Specialist will collaborate with business, industry, and professional organizations in order to understand changes in the field and explore future trends.- Engage in Advising & Student Support: The Security / Information Technology Specialist will engage students’ in the advising process; meet with advisees face-to-face as often as needed; use institutional tools to create student plans and maintain documentation for each advisee; maintain required office hours compatible with student schedules; direct students to appropriate college resources; and evaluate graduation progress and completion.- Participate In Institutional Engagement & Advancement: The Security / Information Technology Specialist will work to advance the mission and vision; abide by the values, follow policies and procedures; promote a positive working relationship across divisions; participate in committees and institutional activities; participate in program recruitment; support workforce development; and perform other job-related duties as assigned.- Engage in Professional Development: The Security / Information Technology Specialist will formulate and implement goals for growth; identify personal professional development needs and participate in professional development for continuous improvement; maintain or attain appropriate certification, licensure, or credentials; and serve on community, state, and professional committees and boards.- Demonstrate Professionalism and Quality Customer Service: The Security / Information Technology Specialist will demonstrate professionalism and provide quality customer service in accordance with the values; maintain positive working relationships, make decisions and solve problems. Maintain confidentiality, positive communication, accurate records, and an organized, safe working environment. Exhibit flexibility, willingness to learn, ability to change, and maintain current technology skills. Qualifications: - Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, Master’s preferred, in a Cyber Security/ Information Technology field from a regionally or nationally accredited institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.- Experience teaching in higher education.- Minimum of 5 years of full-time, IT professional, field and/or lab experience.- Evidence of professional development in the field of concentration. Keywords: Phoenix AZ Jobs, Cyber Security / Information Technology Specialist, Cyber Security, Lab Experience, Teaching Higher Education, Arizona Recruiters, Information Technology Jobs, IT Jobs, Arizona Recruiting Looking to hire a Cyber Security / Information Technology Specialist in Phoenix, AZ or in other cities? 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