Announcement of Anticipated Opening

Part-time Lecturer - Multimedia Studies Program

Advanced Web Page Design

ANTICIPATED STARTING DATE:

Spring Semester 2012

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

The Multimedia Studies program at Manchester Community College seeks  a lecturer in advanced topics in web design. The course is a second level to our web page design class and includes topics such as advanced Dreamweaver CSS, HTML5 instruction, basics of JQuery, and design and programming for handheld devices. Familiarity with Adobe Flash a plus. The course is taught on our studio model which requires 6 hours (2 sessions of 3 hours each) of in-class time per week. The class meets in one of our computer laboratories and uses the Macintosh platform. The class is scheduled in a different time slot each semester. All resumes will be kept on file for future openings. An understanding of the mission of the community college and a demonstrated ability to respond to and work with multiple constituencies and involvement in support of a culturally and ethnically diverse population are essential.

Applicants who do not meet the minimum qualifications as stated must put in writing precisely how their experience has prepared them for the responsibilities of this position and to provide appropriate references.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Applicants must have a Master’s Degree in art, design, communication or a related field. Teaching experience and field experience in web design and technology is highly recommended.

MINIMUM SALARY:

$1,335-$1,437 per semester hour.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Send letter of interest, resume, transcripts and the names of three references to:

Prof. Ed Hogan
Program Coordinator for Multimedia Studies
Manchester Community College
Great Path, MS #19
P.O. Box 1046
Manchester, CT 06045-1046

e-mail: ehogan@mcc.commnet.edu

DEADLINE:

Continuous recruitment until the position is filled.

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Last Update: February 14 2014
For additional information, contact: Donna Nicotera