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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:



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.



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.



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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