Adjunct/Part-Time Dynamic Reality Technology Instructor

Posted: 06/19/2020

The Dynamic Reality Technology Instructor will be expected to teach courses covering multiple applications that include 3D Studio Max, Maya, Substance Painter, Unreal Game Engline and/or Unity, Adobe Creative Suite, and Marvelous Designer.  The Instructor is responsible for the planning, preparation, presentation, and evaluation of classroom and laboratory instruction and related activities. The instructor will also be responsible for performing assigned duties during the day, evening, or weekend on any Coastal Alabama Community College campus as assigned. At a minimum, the related activities include instruction, instructional counseling, academic advising, serving on various committees, and participating in local, state, regional, and national professional activities and organizations.  
At a minimum, the essential functions of the Dynamic Reality Technology Instructor shall include:

  • The ability to teach effectively.
  • Planning, organizing, and instructing courses in the day, evening, or on weekends on any Coastal Alabama Community College campus or work site.
  • Assisting in implementing College policies, objectives, and functions in accordance with College philosophy and procedures.
  • Keeping active at a high level of expertise in the subjects taught and stimulating enthusiasm for those subjects.
  • Recommending textbooks and other instructional materials including classroom and laboratory equipment to Division Chairs. Related functions include participating in the College's library collection of development by selecting, evaluating, and weeding library resources in each appropriate discipline.
  • Keeping students informed about their progress through the prompt grading of papers, projects, skill assessments, and other work.
  • Submitting annual program budgets to the Division Chair and working closely with the appropriate Division Chair on the development of annual Division budgets for approval by the appropriate Dean of Instruction.
  • Conducting class evaluations and completing other College evaluations in accordance with College policy.
  • Assisting with College registrations.
  • Serving as an academic advisor to assigned students.
  • Posting and maintaining office hours for student consultations.
  • Assisting in recruitment and retention of students.
  • Ensuring that assigned classes are held as scheduled.
  • Planning each unit or lesson, both as to content and method, to make each class minute meaningful.
  • Organizing each course taught into an effective instrument of learning.
  • Studying and utilizing the characteristics of the students in each class in order to facilitate the best teaching and learning situations.
  • Maximizing the learning opportunities for each student.
  • Holding the final exam at the designated time scheduled according to the Final Exam schedule.
  • Striving for the qualities delineated in the criteria for faculty evaluation used by the College.
  • Referring to counselors (including Student Support Services) reports on all students who need counseling.
  • File an appropriate course syllabus and/or course outline with the Division Chair and the appropriate Dean of Instruction for each course taught.
  • Submitting all required reports, keeping accurate class rolls, and submitting attendance verification as required to the appropriate administrative personnel. 
  • Attending all faculty meetings, College assemblies, professional development, orientation activities, and other meetings as called by the President, appropriate Dean of Instruction, or Division Chair.
  • Keeping informed of current trends and new approaches to instruction via professional development activities.
  • Making suggestions to the Division Chair, the Instructional Affairs Committee, and the appropriate Dean of Instruction concerning the improvement of the curriculum in keeping with the objectives of the College.
  • Becoming thoroughly familiar and complying with all College policies and procedures.
  • Serving on and providing information to the College committees as needed.
  • Being actively involved in the co-curricular activities of the College.
  • Represent the College in a positive manner both on and off campus.
  • All other duties as assigned by the respective Division Chair, appropriate Dean of Instruction, or the President.

Salary: $570 per credit hour


  • Associate's degree in software engineering, computer programming, or related discipline from a regionally accredited institution is required.
  • Four (4) years experience in 3D Development with at least two (2) years experience developing applications for the HoloLens platform is required.
  • Bachelor's degree in software engineering, computer programming, or related discipline from a regionally accredited institution is preferred