Hagerstown Community College is pleased to announce that applications are currently being accepted for a Faculty, Cybersecurity position.
This is a full-time, tenure track, faculty position teaching courses in the areas of cybersecurity, also known as information assurance. This is a faculty position that has broad curriculum responsibilities and also coordinates adjunct faculty who teach the programs' specialty courses. Base load is 15 credit hours of teaching per semester or equivalent in credit and non-credit instruction.
Education and experience - Master's degree in Cybersecurity or Information Assurance preferred; prior teaching at the college or professional level; Certified Information Systems Security Professional industry certification credential desired. Minimum requirements: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Information Assurance or Information Security, or related field; background in one or more of the following areas: information security, information assurance, cybersecurity, digital forensics, secure application development.
Skills and abilities - Candidates should possess excellent written and oral skills and the ability to develop and deliver curricula for hands-on instruction integrated across multiple platforms.
For more information on this position and to apply online, please visit www.hagerstowncc.edu/employment. In addition to the application, please also include a cover letter and resume. Recommendation letters and college transcripts are preferred.
Questions may be directed to the Human Resources Office at 240-500-2585 or email email@example.com.
Internal Number: #17-053
About Hagerstown Community College
Hagerstown Community College (HCC) was founded in 1946 as Maryland’s first community college. The College serves more than 6,000 credit students and 7,000 non-credit students each year and awards associate degrees, certificates and letters of recognition. HCC is located in scenic western Maryland on a 319-acre campus. The College has experienced strong growth over the last decade and has continued to invest in upgrading facilities, from the construction of a brand new Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Building to a Performing and Visual Arts Education Center. Faculty members utilize state-of-the-art teaching tools and the Fletcher Faculty Development Center provides resources needed to support the college’s faculty members in improving and providing teaching excellence. Students have the opportunity to learn in sophisticated classrooms and laboratories and can gain supplemental instruction from the Learning Support Center. HCC is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and offers more than 100 programs of study available for university transfer, career preparation, or personal development, as well as non-credit continuing education courses, customized ...training programs and adult education. HCC employs approximately 800 individuals each year in full and part-time positions and has been able to maintain a talented and very student-centered faculty and staff team who are dedicated to helping students stay close and go far.