Instructor Surveying Engineering Technology
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Department: Civil Engineering Technology
Location: Alfred, NY
Posted: Feb 02, '18
The State University of New York at Alfred is currently seeking an Instructor in the Civil Engineering Technology department to teach in a Suveying & Geomatics BS and AAS program. Anticipated Start date is August 2018 for the Fall 2018 semester. Teaching in land surveying & geomatics coursework as well as advising, accreditation preparation and assessment and program marketing are required.
Licensed land surveyor (LS) and BS degree in Surveying or similarly related field, 3 years U.S. Industry experience, NYS experience preferred. Teaching a wide variety of classes in the ABET accredited AAS & BS in Surveying and Geomatics programs. Salary commensurate with experience
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All applicants must upload a cover letter and resume.Licensed land surveyor (LS) and BS degree in Surveying or similarly related field, 3 years U.S. Industry experience, NYS experience preferred. Teaching a wide variety of classes in the ABET accredited AAS & BS in Surveying and Geomatics programs. Salary commensurate with experience