Instructional Faculty - Computer Information Systems
Pima Community College

Tucson, Arizona

Posted in Education and Training

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Job Info

Computer Information Systems- Instructional Faculty

Position Type: Faculty - General Funding

Salary: Starts at $61,462 (Current 12-month Faculty Salary)

Job List: External

Close Date: Open until filled; First review will be for applications submitted by July 5th

Please note, this position will be in person, to be located in the Pima County/Tucson area, however all Faculty may be asked to teach in multiple modalities, including virtual, online or face-to-face.

About Pima Community College

Pima Community College is committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice. We value the diversity of our workforce and seek to hire and support employees who consistently and actively embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are intentional about social justice, and addressing issues of equity and inclusion, as well as institutional, structural, and environmental inequity, power and privilege. See our Diversity website for additional information about our commitment.

About the Division

The IT and Cybersecurity program at Pima Community College was created to meet industry demand for qualified IT and Cybersecurity professionals. The specific purpose of the program is to prepare individuals to become IT/Cyber professionals with the talent and abilities to help protect business and industry in Tucson and throughout the country. The programs offered include associate degrees in Cybersecurity, Programming and Systems/Network Administration. PCC also offers stackable certificates, micro-pathways and nationally recognized certifications. The Center of Excellence (CoE) in IT/Cybersecurity provides students hands-on experience in a multitude of technologies. Students run the CoE, including Cyber Operations Center (CSOC), student run production data center and a live fire Arizona Cyber Warfare Range. The CoE provides a nexus of quality IT learning for the community and is a focal point for practical and innovative IT/Cybersecurity training.

About the Position

This position is available beginning in Fall of 2023. Faculty teach and work a varied schedule over the entire year and could include afternoons, evenings, and some weekends.

This position will provide a dynamic and fun learning environment in the areas of cybersecurity, networking, systems administration and or programming. Priorities include candidates with interest and/or experience in teaching all levels of networking, cybersecurity, and programming.


We offer a highly competitive benefits package that goes beyond affordable medical plans. Because we value work-life balance, we offer an award winning Wellness and Employee Assistance Programs. For more information visit our Benefits webpage.

Duties and Responsibilities

General Duties:

  • Inspire students and work with them on learning strategies to help them achieve academic success
  • Use current, effective classroom management techniques
  • Monitor and continuously improve instruction to ensure Student Learning Outcomes are met on a classroom, discipline/program, and college level
  • Evaluate student performance and provide prompt feedback
  • Continually improve instruction utilizing appropriate delivery methods and formative assessment
  • Evaluate and revise course outlines and course materials
  • Provide academic advising
  • Maintain competency and currency in the teaching fields as well as in teaching strategies, subject delivery modalities, and assessment methods
  • Serve actively as a member of the department and discipline groups
  • Participate in fostering community partnerships that strengthen educational opportunities in response to industry and academic transfer needs
  • Represent the department and/or campus on college-wide committees
  • Work collaboratively with faculty, staff and students and utilize a collegial style in all forms of communication
  • Instruct students in multiple modalities including face to face, hybrid, virtual, and online
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

The College places a premium on candidates with an openness to new approaches and professional growth. We recognize that our faculty body is strengthened by a cross-sectional breadth of experience.
  • Teaching a broad range of Computer Information System courses with a focus on networking, system administration, programming and cyber security. Deliver this teaching in occupational and academic settings.
  • Ability to adapt and modify instruction based on the instructional needs of students, including working with accommodations and accessibility.
  • Knowledge of appropriate and effective use of assessment information to improve instruction.
  • Evaluation of students' educational progress: ability to maintain high instruction and learning standards and assess students' academic progress in meeting course objectives and student learning outcomes.
  • Teaching in traditional and non-traditional formats such as online, virtual and web-enhanced.
  • Preferred knowledge of curriculum development, course design, and implementation.
  • Maintain knowledge of the resources available to students to assist them with academic and personal challenges, and ability to help students access those resources.
  • Demonstrate competencies in multiculturalism, diversity, and inclusivity: knowledge of diverse community college student populations, and the ability to address diversity in effective instructional practice and student learning.
  • Appreciation for and understanding of the Community College mission.
Job Requirements

Minimum qualifications requirements for faculty positions are governed by our faculty qualification standards. This position is in an Occupational/Workforce discipline and requires the following to obtain Pima Community College teaching certification:
  • Master's degree OR Bachelor's degree in any discipline AND
  • 3 years of work experience in the field
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Industry certifications such as Net+, Security+, CySA+, CEH, PenTest+, OSCP
  • Experience programming in Python, C, C++ and other common languages.
  • Experience in Continuous Integration and Development (CI/CD)
  • Experience with requirements gathering and systems design
  • Experience with modern client-server development frameworks
  • Experience teaching developmental, occupational and academic courses
  • Experience with innovative teaching methodologies
  • Experience teaching online courses and/or alternative instructional formats
  • Experience using a Learning Management System, preferably D2L Brightspace
Directions for Applying and Other Important Information

Degrees and courses qualifying for Pima Community College teaching certification must be from a regionally accredited college or university. Applicants currently in progress for a degree or additional coursework to meet the minimum qualifications must have the degree conferred and/or coursework completed by August 2023.

A degree from any college outside of the United States (even if the transcript is in English) may need to be evaluated by a foreign transcript evaluation service. Pima Community College requires that applicants use an evaluation agency that is a member of NACES or AACRAO's corporate partners

Before ordering an evaluation, check with Faculty Qualifications & Hiring to confirm whether you will need to complete this step.

To submit an application you must include the documents that are listed within the application form as required. Documents listed as optional do not have to be attached in order to submit the application. Follow the directions in the application form to upload your documents. At minimum, these documents are required:
  • Resume. This should be up to date and account for and describe all gaps in employment.
  • Letter of interest or cover letter. This is a description of your knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience related to the duties and responsibilities of the position, as well as the strengths you would bring to the assignment. The letter should not exceed two (2) pages.
  • Diversity Statement. In one page or less, please share your experience working with diverse student populations and also indicate how that informs your teaching practice and/or philosophy.
  • Unofficial copies of transcripts. These must be:
  • for all post-secondary degrees you have listed in your application
  • legible (front and back) and show the name of the regionally accredited institution, the degree conferred, and the page(s) explaining the institution's grading system
  • attached to the application even if they have been submitted in the past

  • The selected candidate(s) must provide Faculty Qualifications & Hiring with official (unopened) transcripts and/or official (unopened) foreign transcript evaluation.

    Selection Process:

    The selection process typically consists of one or two advisory group interview(s), a teaching demonstration, and an administrative interview.

    Candidates invited to the interview process will be chosen from those who most closely meet the stated requirements. Meeting these qualifications does not guarantee an interview.

    If you have any questions regarding the application process or to request a reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities, please contact Office hours are normally Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm.

    Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

    Minorities/Females/Disabled/Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.

    About the College and Tucson Community

    Pima Community College is committed to becoming a premier community college, one that is built on a foundation of student success, community engagement, and diversity. We hire people who:
    • set and meet high standards
    • believe in service and accountability
    • have a passion for learning
    • are creative
    • can help fulfill our mission
    • understand the first-generation college student experience
    • are knowledgeable about the challenges of underprivileged populations
    • are knowledgeable about the traditions and culture of the populations of the Southwest, including Latinos and Native Americans
    • have cultural sensitivity and understanding of the needs of differently-abled, veterans, and LGBTQ
    Pima recently was named one of the top workplaces in Arizona by Forbes magazine, which analyzed such factors as safety of work environment, competitiveness of compensation, opportunities for advancement and openness to telework.

    The College meets the needs of the community by offering instruction when and how our students want it: evenings, weekends, year-round, in traditional classroom settings, online and virtual learning, in web-classroom hybrids, and in semester-long or accelerated formats. Employees can expect to participate in innovative, flexible scheduling, in keeping with the College's vision, to provide access to learning without the limits of time, place, or distance.

    Pima Community College is in Tucson, an inclusive oasis in the Arizona desert. With a population of about 1 million, metro Tucson is a cosmopolitan community. It is a majority-minority city enriched by an active LGBTQIA+ community and by nearly 150 distinct neighborhoods, from Barrio Anita to Poets Square.

    Located 65 miles from Mexico, Tucson sits on the border-spanning ancestral lands of the Tohono O'odham and Pascua Yaqui peoples and is proud of centuries of Hispanic and Indigenous heritage.

    The city has a history of welcoming everyone, whatever their circumstance, wherever their birthplace. Since the City Council's passage of resolution 21944 in 2012, Tucson has been an official "immigrant welcoming city," in recognition that "our city's identity is built upon its promise of equality, esteem for diversity, and commitment to innovation." Because of the pioneering work of a Presbyterian church on the city's predominantly Hispanic South Side, Tucson is commonly recognized as the birthplace of the sanctuary movement. Each year, some 1,000 refugees settle in Tucson, aided by local chapters of national networks of resettlement and social-service agencies.

    Environmental stewardship is in Tucson's nature. The city is situated in a valley surrounded by four mountain ranges that create a unique ecosystem encompassing a saguaro-studded desert floor and pine forests on Mount Lemmon. We're bracketed on the East and West sides by Saguaro National Park, we're perennially listed among the most bicycle-friendly cities in the U.S, and we're committed to planting 1 million trees by 2030.

    Additional information about the College may be found at

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