Type de poste : Affectation ou contrat Ville : Gatineau
Expérience requise : Sans
Statut : Temps partiel ou temps plein
Description du poste
The College is seeking hourly paid professors to join a dynamic team to teach credited course offerings within the Continuing Education department in the fall 2019 term. Web and Desktop Programming 420-NA1-HR Introduction to Programming (75 hours) (August 22nd to September 12th, 2019) Students learn to design, code, and test simple object-oriented programs. They learn to write effective, efficient algorithms to solve programming problems and to use the three constructs of structured programming in coding their solutions. They learn the principles of object-oriented programming. They learn how to code and use a simple class. 420-N03-HR Relational Databases (60 hours) (September 13th to September 30th, 2019) This course provides the foundation of relational database design and modeling techniques. Students learn the basic principles of relational database management systems. They learn to analyze the data and develop a data model based on data requirements. Students also learn to use SQL to create and modify database tables and to retrieve data from a database. 420-V11-HR Advanced Programming (75 hours) (October 1st to October 22nd, 2019) Students continue the study of object-oriented programming in this course. They create and refine an object model to solve a programming problem. They learn to apply the principles of encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism in designing and coding object-oriented programs. 420-N02-HR Introduction to Programming in .NET (75 hours) (October 23rd to November 11th, 2019) This course presents object-oriented programming and Microsoft .NET Framework. Students create .NET applications with controls, and menus. Students create interfaces that are both data and event-driven. The Microsoft .NET Framework fundamentals are presented. 420-V02-HR Programming in .NET (Advanced) (75 hours) (November 12th to December 2nd, 2019) In this course students learn advanced object-oriented programming concepts in the .NET Framework. The .NET Framework is covered in more detail including: namespaces, predefined classes and memory management. This course introduces how to connect to a database and to retrieve or update data. Students use controls like the DataGridView to display information from one or multiple database tables. 420-Q01-HR Career Preparation (45 hours) (December 3rd, 2019 to January 8th, 2020) Through hands-on workshops and seminars delivered through industry, students develop a peer-networking group. They also develop a credible résumé targeting the web/IT industry. They learn the importance of establishing and maintaining industry relationships, communication skills when dealing effectively with individuals and the concept of teamwork. Students will develop skills in recognizing and interpreting clients’ needs and be prepared upon completion to make the transition from student to industry professional. 420-V03-HR Structured Query Languages (45 hours) (December 4th to December 20th, 2019) This course provides advanced details of SQL as well as T-SQL and PL/SQL. Students use this knowledge to create Store Procedures in a database. In a general way, the professor's teaching load shall include: preparation of course outline; preparation of classes, labs and fieldwork; teaching of classes, labs and fieldwork; adaptation; support and supervision of students; preparation, invigilation and correction of examinations; revision of corrections at the students' request; participation in departmental meetings and other activities when required.
A bachelor’s degree in a pertinent field or/and several years of teaching in the field will also be considered as an equivalency. Ability to: Utilize excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Create a dynamic, challenging, and motivated learning environment. Adapt to a variety of student needs and provide appropriate academic and career development support Demonstrate knowledge of subject matter through academic or non-academic experiences. Apply theoretical concepts to current workplace needs and skill requirements. Provide assistance and display leadership in the on-going development of the Continuing Education department at Heritage College. Stay abreast of changes and new program requirements through regular professional development activities. Must be flexible as required by the department workloads. Must be willing to work collaboratively within a Continuing Education team.
Conditions de travail
68.81$ - 96.41$ / heure