Because you’re not a typical teacher. You want to work with your students to get the best out of them. You initiate projects and make the connection between innovative companies and your qualities. Your skills, competence, and experience have brought you to the point in your career where you want to shape the future of ICT yourself. At Fontys ICT, you will make use of that past to focus on the future.
On NEW GEN ICT. Are you in?
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A new perspective on a job with meaning! Teaching at Fontys University of Applied Sciences ICT (FHICT) offers you the opportunity to contribute to the ICT world of tomorrow. You are not a standard lecturer. We prefer the lecturer who is a coach and a colleague for our students.Fontys Hogeschool ICTEindhoven/Tilburg0.6 - 1.0 fteTemporary, with the intention to make it a permanent contractBased on experience and age, CAO hbo scale 11, min. € 3.658,65 / max. € 5,026.85
Teacher ICT & Software Engineering
A new perspective on a job with meaning! Among our students are the ethical hackers of the future or precisely the software engineer who is going to surprise the world with a groundbreaking application. What about you? You are not a standard lecturer. We prefer the lecturer who is a coach and a colleague for our students.Fontys Hogeschool ICTEindhoven0.6 - 1.0 fteTemporary, with the intention to make it a permanent contractBased on experience and age, CAO hbo scale 11, min. € 3.658,65 / max. € 5,026.85
I'm NEW GEN ICT
“I’m looking for teachers who I can almost call colleagues.”
Canisha and Niek (students) don’t want to sit in the classroom in the old-fashioned way. Rather, they want to have the feeling that they already work at a company.
“Teachers are a source of inspiration and motivation.”
Sonya and Melis (international students) talk about studying at Fontys ICT, and how teachers contribute to their development.
“The teachers keep us focused and out of our comfort zone.”
Michael (international student) and Teade (Lecturer, High-Tech Embedded Software) talk about collaboration and being open to new visions and impulses.
“As a teacher you’re increasingly becoming a researcher. You keep developing yourself.”
Petra (Teacher and Researcher AI and Big Data) and Mark (Lecturer Interaction Design) talk about their roles in the future of ICT.
“The teachers inspire me. They look at developments in a slightly different way.”
Martin of Atos developed an AR Game for supermarkets with students Teun and Michelle. Martin and Teun share their experience.
“The way we work in projects is more like companies than classes. From our vision of the future.”
Bernd-Jan (Teacher and Researcher) and Franklin (independent exercise expert) are researching healthy running through sound.
“The teachers give us a lot of freedom and responsibility.”
Loe (ICT and Technology student) and Simon (Prodrive Technology) talk about Loe’s work on an Automated Guided Vehicle.
That’s why this is your next step
Shape the future of ICT
Make your mark on the future of ICT. Your experience, skills, and competencies lay the foundation. And having the freedom to pursue your interests seals the deal.
Shape your students
The new generation of pioneers. The creators of the future. You prepare them for a bright future and help them to get the best out of themselves.
Collaborate with leading companies in the smartest region of the Netherlands. And beyond. Think, develop, test, and implement…together.
Think and work on challenging ICT projects. Discover, learn, and reach leading results with students and the private sector. This is something to be proud of.
Your new colleagues
“We learn with and from each other. In a knowledge network of colleagues, students, and companies.”
- Berry, docent ICT and Media Design
“I like it when I hit the right note with the students. When I notice that I motivate and inspire them.”
- Jan, ICT and Technology teacher
“Before I was a developer and team leader at ASML. But I chose to work with technology and people.”
- Karin, teacher of ICT and Technology
“I switched from intermediate vocational education to higher vocational education because the issues are much more challenging, and the students look into things more deeply..”
- Pascal, teacher of ICT and Technology
“I missed interacting with people. Here I am surrounded by young people who really want to learn.”
- Wilrik, teacher of ICT and Software
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