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  • Provide quality instruction in a two-year information technology/coding program, both theoretical and practical.
  • Understand and teach the following dual-credit courses through Illinois Central College, focusing on web page development, computer security, and programming:
    • Beginning Web Development
    • Intermediate Web Development
    • Introduction to Computer Security
    • Event-Driven Programming
  • Understand the features and focus areas of the Information Technology/Coding program:
    • Web page development, design, and maintenance
    • HTML and CSS programming, elements, and attributes
    • Multimedia components
    • File transfer protocols
    • Domain names and web hosting
    • Networking
    • Internet standards and security
    • Graphics and graphic design
    • E-commerce concepts
    • Project management
    • Working with clients
    • Fundamentals of computer security
    • Event-driven programming
    • Real-world applications for Microsoft Windows
    • Programming of computers
  • Provide continuous evaluation on an ongoing basis to students, offering constructive feedback to students to help them improve their skills.
  • Implement the policies and procedures in place for the school.
  • Maintain safe and sanitary practices followed for all students, instructors, and guests.
  • Maintain student records and other paperwork associated with the course.
  • Teach to all levels of student abilities and adjust subject matter as required.
  • Project a professional image at all times.
  • Other duties, as assigned


  • Knowledge of skill-building courses, including the fundamental concepts, knowledge, safety protocols, and hands-on techniques and skills needed for a variety of information technology/coding careers.
  • A commitment to educating students in the field of information technology, providing students with the knowledge, skills, and attitude needed for success in information technology/coding careers.
  • Familiarity with and experience in the information technology field, providing students with “real life” experiences.
  • Advanced computer skills.
  • Problem solving skills.
  • Critical thinking skills.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Good relationship and communication skills.
  • Ability to connect with high school students and their families.
  • Ability to multitask.
  • Ability to work effectively with a team.
  • Demonstrated leadership abilities and successful work history.


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