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Assistant or Associate Professor or Lecturer Construction Management, Industrial Technology

University of Nebraska - Kearney

 

The Construction Management program is seeking an Assistant or Associate Professor (Tenure-track), or Lecturer to begin August 2021. Desirable candidates will have credentials to teach a variety of construction topics. Course subject areas may include: blueprint reading, Revit, Bluebeam, and virtual design & construction, construction surveying, building materials and methods, estimating, statics and strengths, codes, mechanical & electrical systems, and scheduling. Duties include teaching undergraduate courses, advising, industry relations, working with student organizations and other service as required by the university. Applicants without a doctorate will be considered for a non-tenure track lecturer position and will be expected to complete a terminal (doctoral) degree to be eligible for tenure-track position. Tenure-track faculty are expected to pursue an active scholarly agenda.

 

Required Qualifications:             

 

A master’s degree is required for a lecturer position. Confirmation of strong written and oral English communication is necessary. Demonstrated substantial, relevant construction industry experience is needed.

 

Preferred Qualifications:            

 

Earned doctorate in construction management, engineering, technology or related field is desired to be eligible for a tenure-track position. Candidates who are ABD with substantial progress toward completion of the dissertation within first year may be considered. Other preferred qualifications include: documented successful teaching ability at the university level, recognized scholarly activity, and professional certification or licensing

 

HOW TO APPLY: To ensure full consideration, please submit all application materials before review date February 15, 2021. For more information and to apply visit UNK Employment Opportunities. For more information about the position contact: Dr. Jim Vaux vauxjs@unk.edu (308) 865-8694;    For more information about the online application process contact: 308-865-8516 oremployment@unk.edu.

 

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Pennsylvania College of Technology

Construction Management

 

The Faculty will be responsible for providing educational leadership, student instruction and advisement in Construction Management. This person will instruct theory and lab classes and evaluate student performance in the full spectrum of construction management skills including scheduling, estimating, productivity, cost control, planning, supervision, surveying, project management, safety, MEP, construction documents, structures, and project development. Position will start August 2021.

 

Minimum education and experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management or a related discipline and 10 years of professional experience in the management of construction projects with a minimum of 7 years in commercial, heavy/civil and/or individual sectors.

  • Experience in construction management computer applications. 

Minimum abilities and skills:

  • Organizational and planning skills.

  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in written form

  • Interpersonal skills necessary to deal effectively and courteously with students, staff, and faculty.

  • Demonstrated sensitivity to diversity and multi-cultural issues.

  • Sensitivity to the expectations of students, faculty, staff, and the public.

  • Functional ability with microcomputer applications and Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and electronic communications applications.

  • Ability to provide quality instruction.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, excellent educational benefits for employees and dependents at Penn College and The Pennsylvania State University, and an exciting work experience as part of the Penn College family. For more information about Penn College, please visit our Web site at www.pct.edu.

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Instructor - Construction Science & Management Program

Tarleton State University

Engineering Technology Department

Tarleton State University will be the premier comprehensive regional university in the nation, dedicated to education, service and research. It is committed to being a university of opportunity for all students and believes it has a responsibility to drive regional innovation and job creation for all graduates.

This position will be primarily responsible for teaching undergraduate courses at the Stephenville campus location, but may be assigned to teach courses and provide support at all campus locations.  The successful candidate will support the construction science program through engaging, student-centered teaching, and actively contribute to service and outreach initiatives that advance the department, college, and university.

Candidates with teaching interest in the construction field are encouraged to apply.  The position is currently approved for a 9-month term for the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 term. Required teaching load: 5 undergraduate courses during the fall semester and 5 undergraduate courses during spring semester with lab components if applicable.  Summer employment beyond the 9-month contract will be contingent upon the need for services, and budget availability.

Primarily responsible for teaching undergraduate courses at the Stephenville campus location, but may be assigned to teach courses and provide support at all campus locations.  Work hours: Mon-Fri; 8 AM-5 PM or as work and teaching requirements indicate.

Required Education:

Faculty members in the rank of instructor must hold at least a master’s degree or higher in Construction Science or Civil Engineering or related field is required.

All applicants must be knowledgeable in their disciplines and be able to demonstrate the potential for effective instruction as evaluated by their peers and department head.

Experience teaching at the undergraduate level is preferred.

 

Required Qualifications:

Must demonstrate potential for outstanding teaching, and strong verbal and written communication skills. Physical activity will involve sitting, standing, bending, climbing stairs and walking, and occasional lifting of moderate loads (50 lbs.) in an office and field environment.

 

Preferred Education and Experience:

Master’s or higher in Construction Science, Civil Engineering or a closely related discipline with prior teaching experience of construction methods, estimating, and BIM. Prior experience (1-3 years) teaching at the undergraduate level. Experience with HIP, course redesign, or hybrid/hy-flex/online modalities.

 

Tarleton State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity.

 

 

All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the institution’s verification of credentials and/or other information required by the institution’s procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.

 

Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity.

 

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Department of Construction Management & Interior Design

Assistant Lecturer of Construction Management

Ball State University

 

Ball State University’s Department of Construction Management and Interior Design and the R. Wayne Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning are seeking a prospective full-time contract position available August 2021. The Department of Construction Management and Interior Design is home to a vibrant and collegial work environment. The Construction Management program consist of seven full-time faculty and approximately 250 students. The program has been continuously ACCE accredited since 2012.

Primary Responsibilities: Teach 12 hours per semester in the area of construction management as assigned by the department chair. Major focus for the position includes: (1) background, knowledge, and skills in the areas of construction management and safety, (2) ability to work cooperatively with faculty and staff to foster curriculum improvement and development, (3) Perform other related duties as assigned by the department chair.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree from an accredited institution with at least one degree in construction, interior design, architecture, engineering, or closely related field.

  • Two years of experience in the construction industry.

  • Experience with construction technology, construction software programs and construction documents and specifications.

 
Candidates for searches must have current authorization to be employed in the U.S. without employer sponsorship.

 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with design processes and design-build delivery methods.

  • A record of successful teaching experience, as demonstrated through reappointment to teaching positions, student evaluations, peer evaluations and/ or administrative evaluations.

  • Licensure and/or certification in engineering, architecture, interior design, LEED, safety, etc.

  • More than two years of experience in design and/or the construction industry.

  • Effective oral and written communication skills.

 

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Tenured or tenure-track faculty

Shimberg Center for Housing Studies

University of Florida

 

Appointments are expected to be made at the associate professor or professor level, depending on experience and level of accomplishment.  Expected credentials include a terminal degree in a related field, relevant academic and/or industry experience appropriate for the area of expertise, university-level teaching, proven ability to attract nationally-competitive research grants and disseminate research findings. In addition, the candidate should demonstrate leadership in multi-disciplinary research and be motivated to collaborate with other faculty across the College of Design, Construction and Planning and within other colleges in the University of Florida.  Successful faculty candidates will be expected to develop funded research programs, publish in peer-reviewed journals, supervise graduate student research, teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses, and provide service to the University, the community, and the profession. The salary and benefits package for t he position is very competitive, and includes a negotiated faculty development package.  

The Shimberg Center was established by the Florida Legislature in 1988 as a research hub to facilitate the provision of safe, decent, affordable housing and related community development. The Center conducts research into housing policy and planning, with a special focus on housing affordability for Florida residents, including families, elders, and those with special needs. Current research topics include housing instability, particularly family and youth homelessness; preservation of affordable rental housing; linking housing, land use, and transportation decisions; shaping healthier and more energy efficient affordable housing by policy and design; homes and housing for the growing older adult population and people with special needs such as physical and cognitive impairments; and sustainable and equitable solutions to disaster recovery and climate resilience problems in housing policy. In addition, the Center’s Florida Housing Clearinghouse provides comprehensive ho using supply and demand data for Florida’s cities and counties

 

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Assistant Professor in Construction Management and Engineering

Department of Construction Management and Engineering

North Dakota State University

Position: The Department of Construction Management and Engineering (CM&E) at North Dakota State University (NDSU) invites applications for one tenure-track position in construction engineering and management at the rank of Assistant Professor. Exceptional candidates will be considered for a higher rank. Candidates are expected to teach three to four courses per year among the general construction engineering and construction management curricula, to maintain an active research agenda, and to provide student advising and committee services. Individuals with expertise in construction materials, automation in construction, virtual design and construction (VDC), or big data are especially encouraged to apply. The anticipated start date is August 16, 2021.

Minimum Qualifications: A Ph.D. degree in construction management, construction engineering, architectural engineering, civil engineering or other closely related construction disciplines; demonstrated teaching and research capabilities; and effective oral and written communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications: 3 years of relevant continuous construction industry experience; relevant professional registration and/or certifications (PE or CPC); college level teaching experience; externally funded research and peer reviewed publications; ability to interact and collaborate effectively with a diversity of students and colleagues.

To apply: Interested candidates should submit an application package that includes a cover letter describing your background and how you would contribute to the research and teaching mission of the department, a detailed current curriculum vitae, statements of teaching and research interests, and names and contact information of at least three professional references. Questions can be directed to Dr. Wei Lin, search committee chair, at wei.lin@ndsu.edu or (701) 231-6288. Screening of applications will begin January 2021 and continue until the position is filled.


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The Department of Construction Management at the University of Washington invites applications for two positions to teach :

  1. one full-time, tenure-track position in Construction Management at the rank of Assistant Professor. Applications are accepted via Interfolio here

  2. one part-time, non-tenure track positing in Construction Management at the rank of Assistant Teaching Professor. This position is for at a three-year term with the possibility of renewals. The position is expected to be part-time with an FTE load within the 50% to 90% range, and carries full fringe benefits. Applications are accepted via Interfolio here

These are 9-month (Sept 16th - June 15th), multi-year appointments with an anticipated start date of September, 2021. Applicants will have a demonstrated background in and be prepared to teach courses such as Construction Materials and Methods, Construction Surveying, Heavy Civil Construction Practices & Techniques, Temporary Structures, Concrete Technology, Soils and Foundations.

 

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Assistant Professor in the Construction Management Program (tenure-track) - The University of Southern Mississippi

Special Instructions to Applicants
Please include cover letter, CV/resume, transcripts, teaching philosophy and contact information for three references. 
 
Job Summary 
Full-time, 9-month, tenure-track, Assistant Professor in the Construction Management Program within the School of Construction and Design.  The expected start date will be August 2021.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities  

  • Conduct research in the candidate's area of expertise

  • Teach assigned courses 

  • Maintain regular office hours (4-days a week)

  • Participate in service opportunities (program, school, college, university and/or community)

  • Attend faculty meetings

  • Provide end of the semester course assessment data

  • Participate in Industry Advisory Council (IAC), school functions and student related organizations

Minimum Qualifications 

  • A terminal degree within the disciplines of; construction, civil engineering or a closely related field with a minimum of 18 hours of graduate coursework are required of applicants. 

  • A demonstrated ability to engage in effective teaching and research in a traditional classroom setting and online teaching are required.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Significant construction management experience

  • Licensed Professional Engineer or Certification as PMP or CCM

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Assistant/Associate Professors in Construction Management - Purdue University

The School of Construction Management Technology at Purdue University has three (3) openings for tenure track Assistant/Associate Professor faculty positions beginning in August 2020. The School of Construction Management Technology celebrated 50 years of construction education excellence and Purdue University was recently ranked No. 9 among public institutions by the Wall Street Journal and No. 5 Most Innovative University in America by the US News and World Report. The school of 18 faculty has a vibrant research and teaching culture with about 500 undergraduate students and 100 graduate students offering both an MS in Construction Management Technology and a PhD in Technology through the college.

Minimum qualifications of the positions include: 1) PhD in Construction Management or in a discipline closely related to the construction industry; 2) Record of scholarly publications; 3) Ability to obtain external research grants and effectively conduct research; and 4) Excellent written and oral English communication. Experience in the Architectural/Engineering/Construction (AEC) industry and higher education teaching is highly desirable for this position. The successful applicant is expected to have the expertise and knowledge to teach across a broad range of construction management topics. Potential topics of need include, but are not limited to: commercial construction, surveying, construction layout, structures, statics, soils, safety, design, construction law, risk management, and construction equipment. School of Construction Management Technology uses a team-based, collaborative approach to instruction. Candidates are encouraged to describe any like-kind instructi on experience, within their Teaching Philosophy section of the application.

 

Purdue’s School of Construction Management Technology is committed to advancing diversity in all areas of faculty effort, including scholarship, instruction, and engagement. Candidates should address at least one of these areas, indicating their experiences, current interests or activities, and/or future goals could promote a work climate that values diversity and inclusion.

 

A successful candidate for this tenure-track position will be expected to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels, establish a substantial externally-funded research program, maintain an active scholarship agenda, and promote the Construction Management programs through national and international engagement.

 

Purdue University is a major Research 1 (R1) university with more than 40,000 students. The main campus of Purdue University is about 65 miles (105 km) northwest of the state capital of Indianapolis and 103 miles (166 km) southeast of Chicago. The campus and surrounding communities provide a broad range of entertainment and dining options.

 

Interested candidates are required to submit: 1) a cover letter; 2) a curriculum vitae; 3) a statement of teaching and research interests; 4) a statement addressing the goals and planned efforts in promoting diversity and inclusion, and 5) the names of three references with contact information, including emails, telephone numbers, and relationship of contact to applicant.

 

Application review will begin January 15, 2021 and continue until filled.

 

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Assistant Professor of Practice in Construction Management available at Purdue University - CM

The School of Construction Management Technology at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus has one full-time, 9-month (1.0 FTE) Assistant Professor of Practice (clinical) faculty vacancy, beginning August 2021.

 

The School of Construction Management Technology has a progressively transformed curriculum of 6 and 9 credit-hour modules which are taught by teams of faculty members, each responsible for delivering the instruction of materials in their areas of expertise. These course modules include both lecture and lab environments. The Professor of Practice will help develop and teach these important courses to large cohorts of students by instructing and managing the instructional modules.

 

In a Professor of Practice faculty position, the candidate will be expected to have a primary assignment which focuses on instruction and secondary roles in the support of industry and construction related research. The successful candidate must show they can develop and foster student and industry relationships and connections.

 

Successful candidates will possess a minimum of a Master’s degree in Construction Management or in a discipline closely related to the construction industry. The candidate shall have a minimum of 10 years full-time professional construction industry experience, at least 5 of which must be with construction projects utilizing US law and standards. The applicant shall have the expertise and knowledge to teach across a broad range of construction management topics. Topics of need include, but are not limited to, commercial construction, surveying, construction layout, structures, statics, soils, safety, design, construction law, risk management, and construction equipment. School of Construction Management Technology uses a team-based, collaborative approach to instruction. Candidates should describe any like-kind instruction experience within their Teaching Philosophy section of the application.

 

Purdue’s School of Construction Management Technology is committed to advancing diversity in all areas of faculty effort, including scholarship, instruction, and engagement. Candidates shall address at least one of these areas, indicating their experiences, current interests or activities, and future goals, which will promote a work climate that values diversity and inclusion.

 

The School of Construction Management Technology celebrated 50 years of construction education excellence and Purdue University was recently ranked #9 among public institutions by the Wall Street Journal and #5 Most Innovative University in America by the US News and World Report.  The school of 18 faculty has a vibrant research and teaching culture with about 500 undergraduate students and 100 graduate students offering both an MS in Construction Management Technology and a PhD in Technology through the college.

 

Purdue University is a major Research 1 (R1) university with more than 46,000 students. The main campus of Purdue University is about 65 miles (105 km) northwest of the state capital of Indianapolis and 103 miles (166 km) southeast of Chicago. The campus and surrounding communities provide a broad range of entertainment and dining options.

 

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Lecturer in Construction Management - Purdue University

 

The School of Construction Management Technology at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus has two full-time, 9-month (1.0 FTE) Lecturer faculty vacancies, beginning August 2021.

The School of Construction Management Technology has a progressively transformed curriculum of 6 and 9 credit-hour modules which are taught by teams of multiple faculty members, each responsible for delivering the instruction of materials in their areas of expertise. These course modules include both lecture and lab environments. The lecturer position will help teach these important courses to large cohorts of students by instructing and managing the instructional modules.

It is fundamental to all SCMT courses that the candidate shall be able to bring US construction industry experience to the classroom.  Lecturers are expected to work with and support multiple faculty members in multiple modules, simultaneously, in our undergraduate program.  Lecturers are expected to carry heavy teaching loads while serving only in an instructional and industry engagement capacity (no committee assignments, scholarly publications, or research expectations). Candidates with strong interest in teaching and learning innovation are highly encouraged to apply.

The Lecturer of Construction Management position offers renewal contracts. A successful candidate for this position shall interact with students at the undergraduate level, work collaboratively with faculty and industry, interface with learning innovators, and maintain technical competency. Applicants must have a minimum of a B.S. degree in Construction Management or in a discipline closely related to the construction industry. The candidate shall have a minimum of 5 years of construction industry experience with construction projects using US law and standards.  The successful applicant shall have the expertise and knowledge to teach across a broad range of construction management topics. Potential topics of need include, but are not limited to, commercial construction, surveying, construction layout, structures, statics, soils, safety, design, construction law, risk management, and construction equipment.

Purdue’s School of Construction Management Technology is committed to advancing diversity in all areas of faculty effort, including scholarship, instruction, and engagement. Candidates shall address at least one of these areas, indicating their experiences, current interests or activities, and future goals, which will promote a work climate that values diversity and inclusion.

The School of Construction Management Technology celebrated 50 years of construction education excellence and Purdue University was recently ranked #9 among public institutions by the Wall Street Journal and #5 Most Innovative University in America by the US News and World Report.  The school of 18 faculty has a vibrant research and teaching culture with about 500 undergraduate students and 100 graduate students offering both an MS in Construction Management Technology and a PhD in Technology through the college.

Submit application using the link below

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Assistant/Associate Professor of Construction Management - Utica College

Utica College, a small comprehensive college in Upstate New York, is seeking applications for a tenure-track professor in the field of Construction Management beginning August 1, 2021. The department is seeking a motivated individual with dedication and commitment to teaching and service necessary to provide a high-quality education to the students in the Construction Management program. The department invites applications from a broad range of candidates who are interested in applying their industry experience to teach courses in some of the following areas: Estimating, Planning and Scheduling, Construction Finance, Mechanical and Electrical Systems, Statics and Strengths of Materials, Building Information Modeling, and Project Management and Safety. The successful candidate must be prepared to teach in face-to-face, online, and hybrid modes.

 

The Construction Management program has a new building with state-of-the-art laboratory space, computer labs, and classrooms. The program has a unique culture that promotes comradery among the faculty, students, alumni, and members of the industry. For more information on the Construction Management program at Utica College, visit the program’s web site at www.utica.edu/cm

 

In deciding whether to apply for a position at Utica College, candidates are strongly encouraged to consider the UC mission and culture to help determine their potential success at http://www.utica.edu/instadvance/marketingcomm/about/. Our Mission and Values Statement includes a commitment to fostering diversity in background,  perspective, and experience within an environment that is dedicated to the freedom of expression and the open sharing of ideas.  At UC, diversity means that we are a community that represents a range of human experience and makes conscious choices to appreciate, respect, and learn from each other. Utica College actively seeks and welcomes applications from candidates with exceptional qualifications, particularly those with demonstrable commitments to a more inclusive society.

To apply, submit a letter of application, CV, statement of teaching philosophy, and three references. Candidates are asked to submit an additional reflective statement about teaching in the required applicant document titled “diversity statement”. Since Utica College strives to be a diverse and inclusive community, it is essential that you include in this statement a reflection on the kinds of experiences you have had, and the kinds of approaches you would take, teaching and working with a diverse student body. (For the definition of diversity that we use at Utica College, please see the following web page: http://www.utica.edu/instadvance/marketingcomm/about/diversity/aboutus.cfm.)

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Assistant Professor (Construction Management) - EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY

Eastern Michigan University's Construction Management (CM) Program in the School of Visual and Built Environments, the College of Engineering and Technology, seeks applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position to begin Fall 2021. EMU has attractive benefits, and salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.

The EMU Construction Management Program include an ACCE-accredited Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, and a Master's degree in Construction Management, as well as a college-wide Ph.D. in Technology with a concentration in Construction Management. The graduate and undergraduate programs focus on the construction of residential, commercial, industrial, institutional, and civil/heavy/highway/infrastructure facilities. The Michigan construction industry actively supports EMU's efforts in curriculum development, student job placement, and accreditation.

Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in construction management, student advising, active engagement in scholarly activity and research, and providing service to the CM Program, school, college and university. Key services include lab oversight, participate and support the assessment and accreditation activities and process, leading our student competition teams, participation in alumni and professional associations, and events organization such as our annual career fair, golf-outing, and guest speaker series. Potential for program leadership exists.

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Assistant or Associate Professor in Construction Mgmt - California State University, Chico

The Construction Management Department is searching for a tenure track Assistant or Associate Professor to start January 15, 2021 or August 2021, based on department needs and candidate availability. The position will depend on the applicant’s qualifications. 
California State University, Chico is seeking faculty who are competent in their field, and will be collaborative with colleagues and staff, and committed to student success. 

Minimum education requirements for appointment to this position is a MS in Construction Management and 5 years’ experience managing construction operations in the US. Applicants who possess an MBA, or MS Engineering degree with 6 years’ experience managing construction operations in the US will also be considered. The experience must be at the management level that includes project management techniques to oversee and control a project’s time, cost, safety, and quality as well as bid-build or design-build construction contract experience for commercial and institutional building or heavy civil projects.

This tenure-track position carries responsibilities in the areas of undergraduate teaching, student Associated Schools of Construction competition team advising/coaching, scholarship and professional development, and service to the department, university, and community. Service includes student advising, serving on academic committees, the Industry Advisory Council, accreditation and outreach activities. Teaching assignments are based upon qualifications of the individual and the needs of the department. See the Construction Management Dept. Faculty Retention, Tenure, & Promotion Standards and Procedures at: http://www.csuchico.edu/faaf/rtp1/CollDeptRTPGuidelines/ECC/CMGTFall2013.pdf/


Position is contingent on funding. For the purpose of calculating the probationary period, a year of service commences with the first fall term of appointment.

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Chair of the School of Building Construction - College of Design

Georgia Institute of Technology

The College of Design at the Georgia Institute of Technology invites nominations and applications for the position of Chair of the School of Building Construction in Atlanta, Georgia.

 

The School offers a B.S. in Building Construction, an M.S. in Building Construction and Facility Management, a Master of Real Estate Development, and a Ph.D. in Building Construction. The School also offers a Professional Master’s in Occupational Safety and Health. The revitalized B.S. in Building Construction provides an opportunity to educate students who will be leaders in bringing advanced technology to the construction industry. The Master of Real Estate Development provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the development process from conception to finance and through to construction. The School benefits from strong collaborations with the Schools of Architecture, City and Regional Planning, and Civil and Environmental Engineering. The faculty have a robust research program that provides students at all levels with an opportunity to explore the major issues facing the construction industry.

 

The Chair will have the opportunity to build a School of Building Construction that leads the construction industry into the 21st Century. The new Chair will be expected to provide overall leadership and vision for the development of a comprehensive program of teaching and research at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The Chair manages academic, fiscal, and personnel matters and links the School of Building Construction to the strategic objectives of the College and Institute. The Chair will develop synergies among the programs within the School and create strong interdisciplinary relationships with other schools within the College of Design and across campus.

Review of applications will begin November 1, 2020 but will continue until the position is filled. Interested individuals should submit the following materials to:

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Professor of Practice-Construction Management and Director of Construction Management Program

Utica College, a small comprehensive college in Upstate New York, is seeking a non-tenure-track professor in the field of Construction Management beginning August 1, 2020, who will also serve as Director of the B.S. Program in Construction Management. This will be a three-year initial term. The successful candidate will teach a variety of construction management courses. As program director, will act as the primary leader of the program and its curriculum. The individual will work with enrollment management and marketing to recruit students into the program, as well as with community partners to explore internship and experiential learning opportunities.

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Assistant Professor (Non-tenure track) available at Meyers Lawson School of Construction - Virginia Tech

MLSoC is a joint venture between the College of Engineering and the College of Architecture and Urban Studies with undergraduate programs in Construction Engineering and Management (ABET-accredited) and Building Construction (ACCE-accredited). Successful candidates will be required to teach courses within and across these programs, develop meaningful relationships with industry, and provide service to the School, the College, the University and the broader community. This position will require occasional travel to attend outreach events, conferences and/or other professional meetings.
 

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Assistant/Associate/Professor, Dept. of Construction

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Dated September 2, 2020

The Department of Construction at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions. It is anticipated that the appointments will begin August 2021. One position is an Assistant/Associate Professor with responsibilities that include undergraduate instruction, research, and university and public service.  The other position is an Associate Professor/Professor position with the possibility to serve as the department chair. 

 

Housed in the School of Engineering, the Department of Construction offers BS in construction management, a minor in construction management for students pursuing a BS or BA in another major, and a land surveying specialization. The Construction Management program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education.  Department students and staff also enjoy access to state-of-the-art modern laboratory facilities and technological innovations.

 
Candidates for these positions will be expected to be student-centered and should embrace the Teacher-Scholar model, demonstrate a commitment to promoting experiential learning, and contribute to the improvement of the construction industry through their research.  Hired faculty must be prepared to pursue externally sponsored research, engage in interdisciplinary collaboration, guide students in scholarly activities, and participate in industry outreach and service, advisory board relations, and program promotion.  Construction faculty members are encouraged to perform research with engineering graduate students and serve on thesis committees.  Salary and rank for both positions will commensurate with qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits package included.  

 
Minimum Qualifications
Assistant/Associate Professor:

 

Ability to teach a variety of courses in the department. A PhD (ABD candidates may be considered) in a construction-related field such as Construction Management, Construction Engineering, and/or Civil Engineering is required. Demonstrated construction management knowledge is required. Prior teaching experience or similar such as conducting educational seminars and/or workshops, or professional presentations is desirable. 

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