Adjunct Instructor - Software Development: Full Stack

Updated: about 1 month ago
Job Type: PartTime

Student-centric. Fast-paced. Collaborative. Innovative.  These are all words used to describe the Bellevue University work experience ( ). We are an innovative institution providing career-relevant degrees through a variety of in-class and online learning formats to a diverse student population from high school graduates and community college transfers, to working adults and corporate learning partners and a growing international student population.

Bellevue University is seeking highly-engaged adjunct faculty who are skilled in delivering impactful teaching and learning experiences. Strong faculty engagement is extremely important to students’ academic performance, their engagement in the workplace, and their long-term well-being. Individuals who are committed to strong faculty engagement and have a passion for delivering innovative teaching and learning experiences are encouraged to apply.

We are currently accepting resumes/vitas for Adjunct Faculty to teach online Software Development: Full Stack courses.

Degree: Master's

Degree Area: Information Technology, Software Development, Computer Science, or a related field. 

Location: Online.

Primary Area of Interest: Desired applicants will have a minimum of two years’ professional experience in developing front end and backend elements of a full stack. At least two years of teaching experience is also highly preferred.

Areas of Specialization: The ideal applicant will have direct, hands-on experience with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and MySQL. Applicant should have a strong familiarity with SDLC and DevOps. Applicants should be able to demonstrate developed teaching skills along with a strong evaluation record.

Pay & Benefits: Adjunct Faculty are paid a fixed rate salary based on course assignment.  The compensation for course assignment ranges from $2,000 - $2,625 per course assignment based upon degree level and course modality. 

NOTE:  The statements above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work involved for this job.  It is not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of this job.  This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an “at will” relationship.

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