Job Posting: Coding Academy Instructor (Vicksburg, MS)

The Vicksburg campus of Hinds Community College, in partnership with ERDC and the Mississippi Coding Academies, is looking for a coding instructor.

Interested? You can apply through the Hinds Community College website.

Position Information
Position Title Coding Academy Instructor (Post Secondary)
Position Location Vicksburg
Job Classification Faculty
Posting Number 20131766
Date of Appointment 09/04/2018
Full or Part Time Full Time
Number of Months 12
Position End Date
For Additional Information
Contact Name Marvin Moak
Contact Title Vice President
Contact Phone 601-629-6804
Contact Email
Position Summary Information
Mandatory Required: 

Associate Degree in Computer Programming Technology or closely related program of study or two (2) minimum years of work experience within the last five (5) years as a programmer

Demonstrated experience in programming languages within the last ten years. Possess the required training to be qualified to teach the Computer Programming curriculum

Expertise in interpersonal and oral presentation/written communication skills

Certifications: MTA Security Fundamentals and MTA Software Development. Applicants that do not currently possess these certifications will have to obtain them within 6 months of their hire date as well as attend the MCCB Institute for Teaching and Learning (or equivalent).

Desirable Bachelor’s degree in the teaching discipline or demonstrated competencies in courses taught documented by the following: five years of documented work experience directly related to the courses taught and certificates, licensure or specialized training directly related to the courses taught. 

Experience with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Visual Studio, C++, C#, Python, SQL, Swift, PowerShell

Responsibilities Teach assigned classes according to Board policies. 

Issue to students a course syllabus.

Keep classes in session for the full scheduled time and actively monitor students.

Set aside sufficient time for lesson planning, student conferences, guidance, and tutorial assistance.

Maintain accurate and timely records of attendance, grades, and other reports.

Work a minimum of 35 hours each week.

Participate in the establishment, assessment, and review of Student Learning Outcomes and other measurements of student performance.

Attend general faculty, division, and departmental meetings.

Participate in student/teacher and faculty/administrator evaluations and performance review conferences.

Develop a personal and professional improvement plan in those areas deemed necessary as a result of evaluations.

Serve on committees as appointed.

Cooperate in the execution of the college and division policies.

Recommend budgetary items and submit appropriate documentation for ordering items to the appropriate office.

Participate in the selection of textbook and library materials.

Participate in staff development activities, professional associations, presentations, publications, applied educational research, consulting, evaluations, and similar activities which enhance the individual and the education profession.

Use teaching techniques that include the effective utilization of resources that motivate students to achieve their potential.

Assume responsibility for inventory, care, and maintenance of instructional equipment and supplies.

Present a personal appearance in keeping with contemporary community standards for a professional person.

Maintain current credentials and certifications as required in respective field.
Prepare lesson plans and teach required subject area.

Maintain excellent classroom management skills.

Maintain student and program records.

Have the ability to supervise students in a classroom setting, student organization activities and competitions.

Have a willingness to participate in professional development workshops, conferences, and online classes/webinars.

Perform other duties as assigned by the appropriate authority.

Posting Detail Information
UA EEO Statement In compliance with the following: Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX, Education Amendments of 1972 of the Higher Education Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and other applicable Federal and State Acts, Hinds Community College offers equal education and employment opportunities and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability or veteran status in its educational programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Dr. Tyrone Jackson, Vice President for Utica Campus and Administrative Services and District Dean of Student Services & Title IX Coordinator Box 1003, Utica, MS 39175
Phone: 601.885.7002 or Email:
Close Date 08/21/2018
Special Instructions to Applicants When completing an application, you will be asked to provide information about your education and experience, as well as contact information regarding your employment history and references. In order to complete the application process, you will be required to upload your resume and transcripts. Please be prepared to upload this information before beginning the application process. 

If you are selected for employment, you will be required to submit official transcripts.