The following Adjunct faculty position is available.
“System Architecture for Enterprise GIS” instructor, master’s level course, fully online, Fall 2018
The MS Program in Geographic Information Systems in the Advanced Academic Programs of Johns Hopkins University’s Krieger School of Arts and Sciences seeks an instructor to teach a fully online course in System Architecture for Enterprise GIS (course AS.430.625.81). This is a project-based course which allows students to 1) design and 2) build enterprise GIS implementations. Various architecture components such as servers, portals, enterprise databases, load balancers, etc. will be examined and implemented in deployment scenarios. Students will have multiple networked AWS EC2 instances and other AWS resources available to them (per student), at least for part of the semester, in order to practice setting up enterprise implementations. Topics such as high availability and disaster recovery, security, enterprise authentication, and administration through scripting will be covered. For further information on the course, including its official description, and other existing course offerings in this innovative GIS program, please visit the Masters in Geographic Information Systems website.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of master’s degree in GIS, Computer Science, IT, Geography, or related field. Online teaching experience is preferred and professional experience working with enterprise GIS architecture is required. For consideration please submit the following: (a) cover letter; (b) curriculum vitae; (c) list of 3 references with names, titles, institutional affiliations, email addresses, and telephone numbers; and (d) end-of-semester student evaluations for any two courses taught recently. Please email these materials to Geri Miller, Program Coordinator for GIS, at firstname.lastname@example.org. For full consideration please apply by January 5, 2018.
Program Coordinator, Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Johns Hopkins University |Advanced Academic Programs