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Founded in 1957, Lansing Community College serves 40,000 students. A public community college governed by an elected board of trustees; accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of North Central Association of Colleges & Schools.
- Master's degree in Construction Management or Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management plus Master's Degree in a related field (Architecture, Construction Science, Energy Management, Engineering, Engineering Technology, Facilities Management, Business, or Business Management)
- Knowledge of and current professional expertise in project management of a variety of construction types.
- Five years professional construction industry experience.
- Two years teaching experience in construction or a closely related field.
- Ability to utilize a variety of teaching methodologies, including online strategies.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Skilled in the use of email and electronic calendars.
- Background knowledge of classroom and student assessment.
- Excellent analysis skills.
- Demonstrated commitment to work in a team environment as well as a commitment to diversity, continuous improvement and the community college philosophy.
- Professional accreditation/certification as a LEED®AP, PE, CPC, CxA, or other related credential.
- Experience in obtaining and managing private and public grants.
The candidate must be able to teach courses including content from estimating, scheduling, construction project management, and construction contract law and may be required to teach classes in construction materials and methods, construction technologies, mechanical/electrical/plumbing systems, building information modeling, sustainable construction, energy management, and/or building commissioning. The position also includes development and management of the Green Building and Energy Efficiency Education Center at LCC and management of accreditation activities for the Construction Management program. The faculty member will participate in curriculum development, student advising, coordination of courses and/or adjunct faculty, mentoring of colleagues, and serving on various program, division, and college-wide committees. Ongoing personal and professional development required. Other duties may be assigned.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
- Advises students on curriculum, academic programs, employment and career goals, and other matters as appropriate.
- Responds to requests of academic area and/or program leaders, department heads, committee chairs, records office, etc. in a timely and thorough manner.
- Consistently meets instructional schedule and other assignments and commitments in support of the college.
- Establishes and maintains regular and appropriate office hours
- Treats all members of the college community with dignity and respect.
- Works through established channels to resolve problems.
- Participates in activities designed to promote attainment of the college vision and its missions.
- Participates in academic area and/or program planning and improvement activities as requested.
- Meets requirements of the faculty evaluation plan in a timely manner and with the intention of maintaining teaching effectiveness, professional development and support of college/community initiatives.
- Attends Commencement.
- Attends and participates in academic area and/or program and department meetings.
- Formally documents learning assessment efforts in a timely manner.
- Learns and complies with all college policies.
- Upholds and enforces the student code of conduct.
Salary based on full-time faculty pay schedule.
Job posting close dates are subject to change.
InsideHigherEd.com - 2 years ago
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