LGBT Connect
Adjunct Instructor-Game Development(Pooled Position)

Adjunct Instructor-Game Development(Pooled Position)

locationUnited States
PublishedPublished: 12/14/2023
Education / Training
Full Time

Position Title
Adjunct Instructor-Game Development(Pooled Position)

Job Category

Range Minimum

Position Type

Information Technologies

Job Summary

All faculty positions have as their primary objective to create a dynamic teaching/learning environment for our students. Faculty responsibilities include teaching assigned courses and following the course description and course outline established by the department.
Teaching schedules may include day/evening courses and online/hybrid instruction and other instructional modalities. In accordance with the Adjunct Faculty collective bargaining agreement (CBA), additional activities may include participation in departmental initiatives, evidence of academic achievements, recognition by professional and community organizations, and other duties.
Specific teaching duties may include but are not limited to: 
  • Programming and related courses -Object Oriented programming (C#, or Java)
  • Game Design
  • Game Programming in Unity
  • Animation
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • 3D Studio Max
  • Construct

Qualifications - Education

Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution in appropriate discipline (Computer Science, Information Technology) required and/or relevant industry experience.

Experience with Game Development.

Qualifications - Experience

Prior college or university teaching experience preferred, as is evidence of scholarly and/or professional activities. Experience developing interactive media for professional clients and/or video game titles for all types of platforms.
Additional job experience may be substituted for a Master’s Degree in selected discipline

Qualifications - Skills

Demonstrated knowledge of discipline including current developments and technologies in related fields of specialization.
Ability to teach lab courses as appropriate.
Ability to work with diverse groups of students. Strong verbal and written communications skills.

Work Hours