Application Development BAS Program / Full-time Instructor - Renton Technical College
Published
July 17, 2019
Location
Renton, Washington
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Renton Technical College

Application Development BAS Program Instructor – Renton Technical College (RTC) is a multicultural, multilingual institution dedicated to providing excellent professional-technical training. In response to demand for four-year degrees in the computer science industry, the College launched its first Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Application Development. This program is part of our commitment to closing achievement gaps, particularly for underserved and underrepresented populations in the IT arena, and will graduate its first cohort this year.

As the Application Development BAS Program Instructor, you have the skills to teach courses in several areas, including software application testing, mobile application development, responsive web applications, data mining and security, systems analysis, and project management. You emphasize practical, real-world scenarios and coding solutions. You also mentor and lead professional development for adjunct instructors who come straight from industry to teach in the BAS program, as well as work closely with industry partners and the program’s advisory committee to make sure that graduates have both the technical and essential skills needed to be competitive in the job market.

The full-time, tenure-track position requires teaching in the hybrid, evening BAS program, with classes between 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm, Monday through Friday, as well as professional activities during the day and evenings. This position is scheduled to begin fall quarter 2019.

The salary for this teaching position is $72,847. for a 9-month contract, summer quarter contract are issued separately. Apply online at www.RTC.edu or call 425-235-2296 for additional assistance.Β  EOE

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