Adjunct Instructors – CISCO & Network Engineering Instructor
Basic InformationJob posting active from: Thu, 2012-05-31
Job Type: Faculty
Hour Type: Part-Time
The Business & Computer Information Systems Division is searching for adjunct instructors to teach classes in CISCO Network Support , NET 210 and other Networking Technology classes at our Media, Delaware County Campus .
In the NET 210 course, students will learn how to select, configure, and troubleshoot Cisco networking devices. The course will also provide the student with fundamental knowledge of computer networking topics including Internetworking essentials, the OSI Model, and various networking protocols including TCP\IP.
Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
- · Explain the OSI Model and the concept of Layered Communications.
- · Explore the fundamentals of Bridging and Switching.
- · Learn the origin and functionality of the TCP\IP protocol stack and the Novell IPX\SPX protocol stack.
- · Describe Cisco Network Basics and the Cisco IOS.
- · Identify features and characteristics of various WAN protocols.
- · Configure Cisco Routers and Switches.
Requirements: Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in information technology, appropriate industry certifications including CCNA, related field and work experience in the field of networking. Thorough knowledge of VPN technologies and configuration, and ability to configure, test and implement Cisco networking devices such as routers, firewalls and switches. Some teaching experience is preferred.
The applicant must be committed to excellence in teaching as well as a thorough understanding of curriculum development, competency-based education, differentiated instruction, diverse learning styles, classroom technologies, and distance learning.
If you are interested in being considered, please forward your current resume to Bill Watson, Assistant Dean, BUS/CIS email@example.com.
DCCC is an equal opportunity employer.