The Department of Construction Management (CM) seeks to hire a full-time, 9-month non-tenure-track Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor position beginning fall 2022. The successful candidate will bring Construction Management industry expertise and technologies to our growing program and will be able to further our program's renowned success. The CM department enjoys an outstanding reputation within the industry and receives strong industry support, including the support of an industry advisory council. This faculty position is primarily a teaching position with a focus on undergraduate courses. In addition, this position will be teaching face-to-face courses in the classroom.
The primary responsibility involves teaching students in the academic setting. The Department is committed to offering a high-quality educational experience for students. Teaching responsibilities may include undergraduate courses in the following areas: Heavy Civil Construction, Materials and Methods hands-on lab, Construction Surveying, Intro Structural Design, and Construction Documents. The successful candidate will have experience in the US construction industry and bring that experience to the classroom. The use of mobile devices and other technologies in the classroom is also expected.
In addition to teaching, the candidate will be expected to participate in departmental discussions and decisions related to the program's content, learning outcomes, and pedagogy. The candidate is expected to mentor students and participate in service activities such as working with student organizations, clubs, and competition teams. The candidate will also act as a department liaison with construction industry representatives. The successful candidate will demonstrate a team-player attitude.
While the candidate may participate in research and scholarly activities, these activities are not an expectation or requirement for this position.
Minimum qualifications include:
- Master's degree in construction management, construction engineering, civil engineering, or a closely related discipline or an MBA.
- At least five years of US construction management and/or supervisory experience.
Preferred qualifications include:
- 1+ years of teaching experience at the undergraduate level.
- 5+ years of US construction industry experience in commercial or heavy civil construction.
- Professional certifications or licenses related to the construction industry.