Engineering Technology & Construction Management University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Non-Tenure Track Position Civil Engineering Technology / Construction Management orMechanical Engineering Technology
The Department of Engineering Technology and Construction Management at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte invites applications for a non-tenure track position.
The Department serves about 750 students in five undergraduate programs in Construction Management, Civil Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Fire Safety, and Mechanical Engineering Technology, as well as three graduate degree programs in Construction & Facilities Management, Fire Protection & Administration, and Applied Energy & Electromechanical Systems. Positions currently being recruited include:
Lecturer / Assistant Teaching Professor (Position #004548) The successful candidate will demonstrate ability to effectively teach undergraduate courses and laboratories in the Civil Engineering Technology and/or Construction Management undergraduate program(s) or the Mechanical Engineering Technology program in the department. Student advising, supervision of student project teams, course assessment and other administrative assignments are also required duties. Candidates applying for Lecturer must have a Master of Science degree in engineering, engineering technology, engineering management, construction management / science, or related degree. This position is non-tenure track reporting directly to the Department Chair or his designee. Start date is anticipated to be August 2021. Rank and salary are commensurate with qualifications and experience. This teaching position may be either a 9 month or 12 month appointment depending upon requirements of the department.
Candidates with industry, engineering design or project management experience are desired. Preferred candidates will have progressive professional work experience in engineering design or project management. Preferred qualifications include professional engineering licensure (or EI), an earned doctorate, prior teaching experience, and/or other certifications and licenses. Typically, lecturers teach the equivalent of four course sections per semester, balanced with other assigned responsibilities which may include one or more of the following duties: laboratory supervision / continuous improvement of one or more of the laboratories, on and off-campus recruiting, summer orientation and registration, assessment and reporting, and/or academic advising. We welcome candidates whose experience and professional activities have prepared them to contribute to the university’s commitment to diversity.
TO APPLY: Apply electronically for positions at https://jobs.uncc.edu Only electronic submissions will be accepted. Additional information for each position is available at the online job posting. Please attach the following documents with your electronic submission: cover letter of interest, curriculum vita or resume, a concise statement of teaching philosophy, and complete contact information (name, address, telephone, and email) for 5 professional references. Finalists may be asked to forward transcripts and other supportive materials as requested by the search committee. Additional information about the department and our programs can be found at www.et.uncc.edu.
UNC Charlotte is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. The University is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse faculty and staff committed to working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities.