Posted: Saturday, December 16, 2023 09:14 PM


Position Information Position Title Assistant Professor of Construction Science and Management Job Summary This is a full-time tenure-track position in the Construction Science and Management(CSM) program. The faculty member will be involved in a full teaching load, academic advising, active research and scholarship in area of Construction, engineering and/or Architecture. Tuskegee University is a private, historically Black University in Tuskegee, Alabama. It was established by Lewis Adams and Booker T. Washington. The Construction Science and Management (CSM) program at TSACS at Tuskegee University was established in 1933 and is the oldest construction baccalaureate program in the country. Its roots can be traced back to vocational trade education that began at Tuskegee University in 1883 with a mission to develop skilled craftsmen capable of building sound structures. However, with the evolution of project management, the present mission· is much broader than the original one. TSACS encourages a holistic, cross-disciplinary teaching approach between Construction and Architecture, which integrates community outreach, project management, and cooperative education. In addition to teaching and research, faculty arc required to serve on committees, present clear research and teaching, effectiveness plans, grant-writing, and fundraising, curriculum development, foster industry contacts, recruit students, assess course results, and participate in faculty development training. Essential Job Duties Teaching responsibilities include time spent in the classroom, field sites, or construction labs, in immediate preparation for them; maintaining and improving competence in subjects being taught; preparing teaching materials; conferring with students course materials; advising terminal projects; and supervising independent study projects. Professional development is an essential feature of effective teaching. Administer academic teaching, which may include practice and teaching interests that compliment those of existing faculty. Teaching in areas of current practice interests include, but are not limited to, “hands-on” applied construction techniques used in construction industry crafts/trades, including investigation of systems using advanced technology- safety equipment, advanced task management software, etc. Contribute to the existing range of courses such as Building Materials and Assemblies, Materials & Structures, Construction Safety, Introduction to Construction, Construction Methods, Surveying and Layout, Construction Management, MEP, Cost and Estimating, Scheduling, Structures/Statics, Sustainable Construction, Construction Capstone; etc, and may develop a seminar/lab that reflects his or her interdisciplinary interests in architecture, engineering, construction controls management, virtual design & construction/BIM. Faculty members are expected to engage in an active research agenda to pursue external research funding and publication, deliver undergraduate and teaching interdisciplinary courses in the new certificate programs and a minor in consh11ction science & management, and meet service obligations (university, discipline, community). Preferred Qualifications Master’s degree in Construction Management, Civil or Structural Engineering, Architecture or other closely related field. 3-year experience of university-level teaching in topics of Architecture, Construction or related areas. Appropriate amount of professional experience in the construction industry that is relevant to the areas of teaching needs. Hold construction industry certifications such as CPC/AIC, PMP, LEED Associate or LEED Accredited Professional, ENV SP, or similar. Excellent oral, written and digital communication skills Preferred Qualifications Earned doctorate in Construction, Architecture, Engineering, or a related field. Ability to teach in both face to face and virtual/online environments. Evidence of successful teaching and advising at undergraduate level. Ability to advise student competition teams and student organizations. Evidence of research and scholarship in the areas of interest. Physical Demands N/A FLSA Exempt Status Full-Time Position Statement Skills and Attributes Posting Detail Information Posting Number F #276 Will this position required travel? NO Will this position required night, weekend, and after hour work? YES Will this positon be supported using grants or contract funding? NO Number of Vacancies 1 Desired Start Date 01/02/2023 Position End Date (if temporary) Open Date 12/05/2022 Close Date 12/31/2023 Open Until Filled No Special Instructions Summary Each applicant, including all current/existing employees, must complete and submit the following documents to be considered for the position. A Tuskegee University employment application Resume/CV Copy of unofficial transcripts. Please note that official transcript(s) will be required upon hire Quick Link for Internal Postings

Price - 66500 - 84200

• Location: Tuskegee, AL Tuskegee, AL Alabama

• Post ID: 5114974703 Auburn

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