Assistant or Associate Professor Construction Technology & Management (9 mos. Tenure-track)

Updated: 4 days ago
Location: Big Rapids, MICHIGAN
Job Type: FullTime
Deadline:

Position Details

Position Number F11255/F11135
Posting Number F0001841
Position Title Assistant or Associate Professor Construction Technology & Management (9 mos. Tenure-track)
Number of Positions Available 2
Location Multiple Locations
Advertised Salary Salary to be Commensurate with Qualifications
FLSA Non-Exempt
Employee Class
At Will/Just Cause
Part-time/Full-time Full-time
Summary of Position

Teach and advise students in a four-year BS Construction Management program (accredited by the American Council for Construction Education – ACCE) and in two separate two-year AAS programs – Building Construction Technology and Civil Engineering Technology. Teaching assignments will be from a wide range of construction technology and construction management topics. Position may require teaching online or at off-campus location in Grand Rapids.

Position Type Faculty - Temporary & Continuing

Required Qualifications

Required Education

Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Construction Engineering, Construction Engineering Technology, Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Technology, Architecture, Architectural Engineering, or appropriate related technical field (Master’s degree in a related technical field will be required prior to tenure)

Required Work Experience

Bachelor degree holders: Minimum of 10 years of full-time US commercial or industrial construction industry practice with increasing levels of responsibility, culminating in a project management position.
Master’s degree holders: Minimum of 5 years full-time US commercial or industrial construction industry experience with increasing levels of responsibility.
Proficiency in current industry computer applications and excellent communication skills.

Required Licenses and Certifications

Additional Education/Experiences to be Considered

Additional Education/Experiences to be Considered

Master’s degree in Construction Management, Construction Engineering, Construction Technology, Civil Engineering, Architectural Engineering or appropriate related technical field. A Master’s degree in Business Administration may be acceptable after consideration of the combination of specific coursework and work experience.
University teaching skills experience.


Posting Details

Posting Date 07/14/2017
Closing Date
Open Until Applicants are Selected, Selected for interview, or Position Filled Yes
Initial Application Review Date 07/31/2017
Internal/External Posting External
Special Instructions to Applicants

Transcript 1(Required): Applicants must attach a copy of unofficial transcripts of college degree. Transcripts must include: Institution name, applicant name, date degree attained, degree awarded. Finalist will be required to submit an official transcript.



Duties

Duties

Teach full time during the 9-month academic year. Full time status is defined by the faculty contract with the university and currently is defined as 24 credit hours per academic year but may be limited by contact hours or student credit hours per the contract.

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Duties

Teaching occurs primarily face-to-face on the main campus in Big Rapids, MI. However, assignments may include teaching at our Grand Rapids location (approximately a one hour drive from the main campus) or on-line. Assignments are made based upon expertise. Typical Grand Rapids course assignments are limited to one evening per week in semesters in which the course is sequenced.

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Duties

Course assignments may include any course taught within the 4-year degree sequence.

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Duties

Actively participate in traditional functions of academic significance such as commencement, student orientation and registration, program meetings, recruitment, and other tasks as defined by program needs.

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Duties

Hold a minimum of four regular posted office hours per week at varying times, convenient to students.

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Duties

Serve on program committees and represent the program on College and University committees.

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Duties

Maintain records and conduct assessment, advising, and all other administrative features of the position in accordance with policies and procedures developed by the university, college, school, department, and/or program. These duties include use of current university-provided software.

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Duties

Perform duties in accordance with established University policies.

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Responsibilities

Responsibilities

Act as a liaison between the program and professional organizations through active, individual involvement and, potentially as the program-appointed representative.

Responsibilities

Enthusiastically support student success through active involvement with individual students and student organizations, both within and outside the classroom.

Responsibilities

Remain current in the profession, both in content and licensure, if holding such licensure is considered important to the position.

Responsibilities

The position reports to the Director of the School of Built Environment through the Program Coordinator.

Responsibilities

The University philosophy places excellence in teaching as its first priority while encouraging involvement in scholarly activity.

Responsibilities

Work with colleagues to develop new curricular initiatives.


Required Skills and Abilities


Required Physical Abilities


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