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Computer Information System, Program Coordinator



Atlanta, GA, USA · Georgia, USA · Atlanta, GA, USA
Posted on Friday, June 7, 2024

The Program Coordinator for the Computer Information Systems program provides leadership and oversight to ensure the effective functioning of the department. This role involves curriculum development, faculty supervision, and program advocacy. The ideal candidate should hold a master’s degree in computer science or a related field and possess significant programming experience.


  1. Curriculum Development and Review:
    • Participate in the development, planning, and implementation of goals and objectives related to the CIS curriculum.
    • Coordinate curriculum development and review activities within the department.
    • Maintain currency of instructional techniques and methods.
  2. Program Leadership:
    • Advocate for program resources and support.
    • Coordinate the program advisory committee.
    • Collaborate with faculty and staff to implement procedures and suggestions from the Program Advisory Board for continuous improvement.
  3. Faculty Supervision:
    • Assist in identifying and recruiting potential faculty.
    • Participate in interview selection committees.
    • Provide initial departmental orientation and training to new hires.
  4. Budget Management:
    • Provide input on program budget needs, including part-time salaries, supplies, equipment, and travel.
    • Monitor departmental expenditures for cost-effectiveness and efficiency.
  5. Marketing and Outreach:
    • Assist in marketing the CIS program to potential students.
    • Make presentations to schools, organizations, and other contacts.
    • Provide input on marketing materials and literature.
  6. Collaboration:
    • Work closely with the Academic Dean & other members of college leadership to achieve departmental goals


  • Master’s degree in information technology, Computer Technology, or a related field.
  • Familiarity with computer hardware and software, including operating systems and virtual machines.
  • Significant programming experience.
  • Experience with curriculum development and review.
  • Experience with program advisory committees.
  • College teaching experience.
  • Online teaching experience.


As set forth in its student catalog, Atlanta Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, veteran status, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). For further information regarding these laws (Title VI and IX) contact Mattie Goss, Director of Student Services, Special Needs and Equity, Academic and Student Affairs Division, Atlanta Technical College, Cleveland Dennard Center, Suite C1111, 404.225.4446. Email: mgoss@atlantatech.edu. To request reasonable accommodations upon enrollment (Section 504/ADA), contact Mattie Goss, Director of Student Services, Special Needs and Equity, Atlanta Technical College, Academic and Student Affairs Division, Cleveland Dennard Building, Suite C1111, 404.225.4446. Email: mgoss@atlantatech.edu. Faculty and staff with questions about equity or reasonable accommodations should contact Georgina Dumay, Director, Human Resources, Cleveland Dennard Building, Suite 180A, Atlanta Technical College 1560 Metropolitan Pkwy. SW, Atlanta Georgia 30310. gdumay@atlantatech.edu.

Bachelor's degree *and* Two (2) years related work experience Note: Experience may substitute for the degree on a year-for-year basis.
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