The Construction Management Department at the University of Washington seeks applications for a full time, non-tenure, Lecturer position. The position is for at a three-year term with the possibility of renewals. The successful candidate will teach construction management coursework in the undergraduate program and participate in service activities that support students in the department. The department offers an ACCE-accredited Bachelor of Science degree. The department has an outstanding reputation within the industry for developing graduates that are ready for entry-level management positions. The anticipated start date for this position is September 2020.
Job Description Summary: The individual in this position will be expected to be on campus during the academic year to:
1) Teach students in accordance with the department's mission. The teaching load is 30 credits per academic year. This equates to teaching two to three classes per quarter depending on the number of course credits, class size, and service obligations.
2) Advise students, assist with student organizations and competitions, and interact with construction industry.
Salary will be based on a nine-month academic year appointment.
The Department of Construction Management typically graduates about 60 undergraduate and 20 graduate students per year. The department has nine full-time faculty and is supported by a dozen affiliate faculty. The department has tremendous support from the regional construction industry. More information about the department can be found at http://cm.be.washington.edu/.
Internal Number: 65462
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