Assistant Teaching Professor, #00076281

Job Title: Assistant Teaching Professor, #00076281
Location: Rolla
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job ID: 32727
Hiring Department Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Application DeadlinePosted until filled. For full consideration, applicants must apply by March 1, 2020 Full Time/Part TimeFull Time Job DescriptionThe Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering (CArEE) at Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T, formerly known as University of Missouri – Rolla) invites applications to fill a non-tenure track, assistant teaching professor position starting in August 2020. The teaching professorship will be responsible for teaching courses as part of the CArEE departmental offerings and specifically newly established minor in Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) and graduate program course offerings in construction engineering emphasis area. On-line instruction and distance education offerings will also be among the duties and opportunities.
U.S. News and World Report ranks the academic programs in the CArEE at Missouri S&T as a top 50 among national public civil engineering programs. The Department currently has 30 faculty members including 23 tenure-track/tenured faculty, 5 Teaching Professors, and 1 Lecturer that are actively involved in research, teaching, and service. The Department is housed in Butler-Carlton Hall that is currently expanded to house the new $6.5 million Advanced Construction and Materials Laboratory (ACML). The Department has an enrollment of approximately 490 undergraduate and 125 graduate students. The undergraduate civil, environmental and architectural engineering program is ABET accredited. The CEM area is strongly supported by the Missouri Consortium for Construction Innovation (MO-CCI). More information about the Department can be found at Missouri S&T is located in Rolla, MO and is about 90 miles away from Saint Louis, which is the hub for many top construction stakeholders as ranked by Engineering New Record. Missouri S&T is big enough to accommodate a diverse population, but small enough for individuals to stand out. Missouri S&T seeks to meet the needs of dual-career couples.
Meanwhile the successful candidate must at least hold BSc and MSc degrees in civil engineering with in-depth knowledge in CEM, preference will be given to candidates holding a PhD degree (or having a documented qualifications by experience) in civil engineering with a CEM focus. The candidate should have substantiated academic background and scholarly output to teach courses in the following areas: Engineering Surveying, Drawing, and Building Information Modeling; Information Technology for Construction; Construction Technology for High-Rise Buildings; Construction Estimating and Scheduling; Pre-Project Planning and Feasibility Studies; and Logistics for Construction Industry. Demonstrated passion for teaching and using innovative teaching pedagogies - including problem and service based learning - will be highly considered in the evaluation process. The optimal candidate is expected to possess effective and efficient communication skills to design course outline, deliver course objectives, and motivate students about CEM. Interested candidates should electronically submit their application consisting of: 1) a cover letter, 2) a current curriculum vitae, 3) a teaching statement, 4) a diversity statement, and 5) complete contact information for at least four references. Interested candidates should apply at before March 1, 2020 using Job Reference Number 32727. Acceptable electronic formats are PDF and MS Word. Any questions about this search should be directed to the Search Committee Co-Chairs Dr. Islam El-adaway ([email protected]) and Dr. Eric Showalter ([email protected]). Minimum Qualifications Meanwhile the successful candidate must at least hold BSc and MSc degrees in civil engineering with in-depth knowledge in CEM, preference will be given to candidates holding a PhD degree (or having a documented qualifications by experience) in civil engineering with a CEM focus. Comments

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