Candidates will teach online distance education courses in the Master of Construction Management program as required by the Kimmel School of Construction Management.
Teaching will normally entail developing and preparing teaching materials, facilitating online instruction, mentoring student project work, grading, and/or assessing student learning outcomes. Course assignment(s) will be determined by School needs and candidate background.
The Master of Construction Management program has been ranked as the No. 1 online graduate construction management program by both Best Colleges Review and Best Colleges Online.
PhD degree in construction, civil engineering, architecture, or closely related discipline. 3 to 5 years of project-based, professional level U.S. construction industry experience. Candidates must have prior experience in teaching online courses in one or more of the topics offered in the program.
Candidates with executive level management experience are highly encouraged to apply.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Applicants must apply online in order to be considered. Hard copy materials will not be accepted. Please submit your application online, including your resume or curriculum vitae, unofficial transcripts from your highest degree earned, a cover letter, and a listing of at least three professional references (include complete contact info).
WCU embraces its role as a regionally engaged university and is designated by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a community engaged university. Preference will be given to candidates who can demonstrate a commitment to public engagement through their teaching, service, and scholarship.
As the westernmost institution in the University of North Carolina system, WCU provides comprehensive educational opportunities to residents in the state’s western region and attracts students from around the globe to explore the region’s vast natural diversity. Founded in 1889 as a teaching college, Western Carolina now provides an education to more than 10,000 students in undergraduate and graduate programs.