Teach introductory networking classes. Classes explore informational and theoretical foundations necessary for students to comprehend an overview of the concepts, theory, principles, and practices of data communications and computer networks. These classes are designed for a student seeking an Associate of Applied Science degree in networking and cybersecurity.
The instructor must have knowledge of hardware including servers, switches, and routers. Class topics include networking software including operating systems (Linux and Microsoft), protocols, services, scripting, and network management. Other topics include virtualization, cloud computing, and security. Availability to teach courses offered in the fall, spring, and summer. Bachelor's degree required.
Preferred: Master's degree, CompTIA Security+, professional certifications (e.g., CISSP, Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)), distance-learning experience, verbal and written communication skills and teaching experience.
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