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Teaching Faculty - Applied Technology (Construction Management)

Collegedale, Tennessee
Location: Applied Technology
Hours: Full-Time, Salary
Start Date: June 1, 2024

Job Summary: The Construction Management faculty member will instruct students in courses and labs that encompass the theoretical and hands-on aspects of residential and commercial construction and related processes. Courses in the program include but are not limited to building science; residential and commercial estimating; scheduling and planning; construction contract administration; 3-D modeling; blueprint reading; construction safety; electrical; masonry and concrete, plumbing, carpentry, residential building codes;

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Teaches courses and skills through a biblical, faith-based world view with a missional mindset
  • Respects and upholds university values
  • Demonstrates behavior congruent to these values with students in classrooms and lab spaces; and with campus colleagues
  • Implements and upholds university and departmental policies in the classroom
  • Prepares instructional materials and instructs students in courses in the construction management program
  • Develops and/or selects appropriate instructional materials for all assigned courses
  • Performs duties associated with instructing and assessing student progress in a timely way. These include but are not limited to grading and required record keeping according to university guidelines
  • Teaches day and evening classes and/or labs as required
  • Stays current in the construction field and various trade skills
  • Mentors students in the construction management program; assists with networking in the industry
  • Proactively communicates, meets, and coordinates with the department chair in planning and developing curriculum, instructional procedures, and instructional consistency
  • Represents construction management and applied technology as needed in planning meetings
  • Participates in departmental functions such as staff meetings, committee work, faculty evaluations, curriculum development, etc. as needed
  • Performs all other reasonably business-related functions as assigned by the department chair

Special Requirements: Have an expressed commitment to Jesus Christ, the teachings and mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, a SDA church member in good and regular standing.     

Employment Qualifications: (Required) 
  • Demonstrated knowledge, skills, and abilities to work with university students 
  • Demonstrated competencies in the varied trade area(s) relevant to course content(s) and ideally experience in commercial construction
  • Earned Master’s degree or higher in a construction management related field from an accredited institution; or equivalent foreign degree, plus two years of professional experience directly related to construction and construction management
  • Demonstrated ability to develop curriculum in accordance with industry standards
  • Experience with skill/trade practices and trends; willingness to integrate new skills and technology

Employment Qualifications: (Desirable)
  • Successful college-level teaching experience
  • General Contractors license
  • Demonstrated formal training and continuing education in the skills/trades
  • Recent professional work experience in construction and/ related fields 
  • Knowledge of health and safety regulations of TN and O.S.H.A. regulations
  • Completion of courses or training in educational theory and practice

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