Heritage College

Teachers - Web and Desktop Programming (Winter 2019)


C18-19-CE-01Teachers - Web and Desktop Programming (Winter 2019)The College is seeking hourly paid professors to join a dynamic team to teach within the Continuing Education department in the winter 2019 term for credited course offerings.

Web and Desktop Programming
420-R01-HR Web Page Design (60 hours)
(January 4 to January 21, 2019)

Students are introduced to web design, HTML, XHTML, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). They build web sites using a text editor and using a web authoring tool. Students learn how to use graphics, typography, colour, navigation, and forms and how to create a consistent look in their web sites. They create and integrate multimedia content, such as images, sounds, video, and animation, into a web site.

420-W01-HR Java Script with Libraries (75 hours)
(January 22 to February 11, 2019)

Students begin to develop web applications. They use JavaScript, JavaScript libraries and AJAX, to create interactive web sites. They also learn to develop Rich Internet Applications using emerging web technologies. Students learn how to create well-formed and valid XML documents.

420-Y22-HR Server Side Scripting (60 hours)
(February 12 to February 27, 2019)

Students continue to learn about server-side development. They develop and deploy applications using Java Server Pages and Servlets and deploy them to a web server in Windows and Linux. They develop applications using the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture.

420-W11-HR Server Side Scripting with PHP (45 hours)
(February 28 to March 12, 2019)

Students learn about server-side development. They develop and deploy web applications using a server-side scripting language on both Windows and Linux servers. They continue to learn about emerging web technologies. The programming language PHP is used in this course.

420-W21-HR Web Applications in .NET (75 hours)
(March 13 to April 2, 2019)

Students learn to develop ASP.NET Web applications. The course focuses on user interface, web site structure, web site functionality and implementation details. Students learn to connect to databases and learn the connected and disconnected styles of interacting with a database.

420-X22-HR Advanded Web Applications and Web Services (75 hours)
(April 3 to April 25, 2019)

Students learn to create well-formed and valid XML documents and schemas, to display XML data in a web browser, and to transform XML data into different formats. They learn about AJAX technology and are introduced to a framework for building applications using service oriented architecture. They develop applications that create and consume web services in .NET.

420-Y23-HR Final Integrated Project (90 hours)
(April 26 to May 17, 2019)

Students use the skills they have learned over in the duration of the course to produce a final project which incorporates the skills from all the courses. The result is a single system which consists partly of a desktop application and partly of the web application. The system must gather and use data from a database.
68.81$ - 96.41$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.
    Interested candidates should submit their résumé, along with appropriate documentation ONLINE on our college website in the career page at http://www.cegep-heritage.qc.ca/manitou/.

    Click on the job posting, then click on "APPLY".  You will be able to create an account and upload your resume and cover letter.

    Please note that only online applications will be considered.

    N.B.: Candidates may be required to submit to selection tests.  Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
    From 2018-10-10 15:20 to 2018-11-30 16:00From 2018-10-11 00:00 to 2018-11-30 00:00
    Cégep Heritage College applies an Equal Access program and encourages women, aboriginal people, members of visible and ethnic minorities and handicapped persons to apply.


As the only English post-secondary educational institution in Western Quebec, Heritage College is committed to the social, cultural and economic advancement of the community. Its first priority is to provide to individuals and groups within that community quality learning opportunities for the achievement of their education, career, and life-long goals.

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