Requisition ID: req2778Job Title: Non-Credit Instructor – Amazon Web ServicesAcademyDepartment: Workforce InnovationLocation: Columbus CampusEmployment Type: Adjunct/Non-Credit InstructorEmployment Status: Adjunct/Non-Credit InstructorBargaining Unit: Non-Bargaining UnitFLSA Status: ExemptCompensation Type: ContractCompensation: $51.88Schedule: Hours will depend on class schedule.Job Description:To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able tosatisfactorily perform each essential duty listed below. Reasonableaccommodations will be made for persons with disabilities, coveredby the Americans with Disabilities Act, in accordance with itsrequirements.Duties are numbered for convenience and do not indicate order interms of importance, frequency that the duty is performed, or theamount of time spent on the duty.1) Teach curriculum topics including one or more of the following:AWS Academy Cloud Foundations (in preparation for the AWS CloudPractitioner exam), AWS Academy Cloud Architecture (in preparationfor the AWS Certified Solutions Architect- Associate exam), AWSAcademy Cloud Development (in preparation for the AWS CertifiedDeveloper- Associate exam), AWS Academy Cloud Operations (inpreparation for the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator- Associateexam)2) Use AWS Academy Curriculum to instruct students in theclassroom, as well as CSCC learning technologies asappropriate3) Supports student learning outside the classroom through officehours, email, or other means of communication4) Assists, as appropriate, in the maintenance of instructionalmaterials and facilities.5) Assists, as appropriate, in the maintenance of coursedescriptions, course outlines, and syllabi.6) Assists, as appropriate, in the coordination and setup of theAWS course section and student access to the AWS learningenvironments, and with obtaining AWS exam vouchers.7) Employs appropriate informal assessment techniques to measurestudent progress toward achieving course goals and objectives.Communicates progress in the course to students in a timely manner.Determines and submits students’ grades in accordance withestablished college policies and procedures.8) Keeps accurate and appropriate records in accordance with theFaculty Handbook and departmental policies.9) Works assigned schedule, exhibits regular and predictableattendance and works as required in order to meet workloaddemands.10) Performs other related duties as required.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: mastery levelof adult learning theory; delivering adult instruction;communication and computer; organizing and coordinating trainingprograms. Skilled in: communication, verbal, non-verbal andwritten: ensures understanding, adjusting to audience; maintainingthe audience attention; present in logical manner and summarizeinformation to audience; defining clear goals. Ability to: focus onthe customer; educate and understand customer’s needs and concerns;follow a logical sequence; use learning aids build collaborativerelationships.Minimum Qualifications:Minimum qualifications: Must have the AWS (Amazon Web Services)certification for the class in which you are teaching. Forinstance, you must have the AWS Certified Developer certificationto teach the AWS Academy Cloud Development course. You must alsowork through CSCC and AWS to become a certified AWS instructorprior to being authorized to teach AWS Academy courses. High schooldiploma or GED. State Motor Vehicle Operator’s License ordemonstrable ability to gain access to work site(s).Preferred Qualifications: Appropriate work experience usingAWS technologies.
Di Canio insisted, however, that no argument took place. “It never happened,” he said. “There was a typical meeting, as there was after every game to see the clips and analyse the game. “Maybe there was opinion but this happens in every good family.” Even though his first foray into top-flight management ended in acrimonious fashion, it has not quelled Di Canio’s confidence and he remains hopeful of finding another job in England. “I was too good, my level was too high,” he said of his experience at Sunderland. “What doesn’t kill me makes me stronger. I can’t wait to have another chance with the right people. I feel a better manager than before. “Even if I have requests from around Europe I say no. “There is no space for me in England at the moment but I will wait. “It would be stupid for a chairman not to call me. Even if it’s at a Championship club with a project.” Press Association Di Canio, who led Sunderland to Barclays Premier League survival last season before being sacked after five games of the current campaign, told Sky Sports News on Friday: “I don’t know if he knows the meaning of this word charlatan. Probably I can teach him, even if I am not English. “I respect the opinion of manager Martin O’Neill but the fact that he spoke after six months, not straight away, that proves what kind of level he is. He is not very big. “A charlatan is a manager who spends £40m to be a top 10 club and then sees the club sink into the relegation zone.” Di Canio stood by his claim that the Black Cats players were not in peak condition when he arrived on Wearside. “The fitness levels were pathetic,” he said. “I had players who told me they had cramps from driving the car. “I had three players with injuries in the calf after 20 minutes of a game. Six different players with problems means they were not fit.” Di Canio was dismissed after a 3-0 defeat at West Brom, a result which was reportedly followed a day later by a training ground bust-up with senior players which led them to ask the board to take action. Paolo Di Canio has hit back at Martin O’Neill as the war of words between the former Sunderland managers continued. Di Canio succeeded O’Neill at the Stadium of Light in March and, on his arrival, criticised the fitness levels in the squad. O’Neill took his time to respond but following his appointment as Republic of Ireland boss earlier this week, he dismissed Di Canio’s barbs and labelled the Italian a “managerial charlatan”.