Department of Technology
A full-time, tenure-track faculty position as Assistant Professor of Construction Management is available August 2013. The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses in Construction Management , Value Engineering, Sustainability, Green Building Policy/Standards/Certification (LEED) and other related construction courses in an ATMAE or ACCE accredited program. Other duties include grant projects, program assessment and strategic planning, student advising and mentoring, a commitment to public engagements, scholarly activities commensurate with rank, service to the university and profession and other duties as assigned by the department head. An earned doctorate degree from an accredited university in Construction Management, Construction Engineering, Civil Engineering or related field and documented field experience in light commercial, heavy/highway and/or industrial construction required. Candidates must show evidence of a commitment to teaching courses in construction management, construction, methods improvement and quality control assurance and have an ability to develop courses in construction management, with an emphasis on applied applications. Candidates must also demonstrate effective communication skills; computer proficiency and software application skills in construction management; a commitment to excellence in research/scholarship and service; and a strong commitment to developing partnerships with local and national construction-related businesses and organizations. A record of academic scholarship and grant writing skills necessary for obtaining external funding support for the construction program is highly desired. Professional certification, such as the Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) or Professional Engineering (PE) designation and one to three years of US construction management experience also preferred. Pre-employment background checks are required. Visit www.uni.edu/tech for further information.
EXTENDED CONSIDERATION DATE: Applications received by December 31, 2012, will be given full consideration. Please mail the following: letter of application, current vita, copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts, a personal statement of teaching philosophy and names, addresses, email addresses and phone numbers of three references to: Dr. James Maxwell, Department Head, Department of Industrial Technology, UNI, Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0178 or James.Maxwell@uni.edu. For questions, call (319) 273-2563. EOE/AA
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