Full-time, tenure-track teaching faculty position in
Architecture and Interior Design beginning with the January 2022
semester at the Bethlehem campus. The primary responsibility
will be to teach first and second year classes in Architecture. The
teaching load is 15 credits/semester; 30 credits/academic year. In
addition to teaching, all faculty members must advise students,
engage in substantive college service activities, and pursue
professional growth activity every year.
A Bachelor's degree in architecture and minimum 5
years professional work, OR a Master's in architecture is required.
A Master's degree in Architecture is preferred. Preferred areas of
expertise are First year Architectural Design Studio and
Architectural Graphics as well as second year five credit
Architectural design Studios.
The ideal candidate will have three years college
teaching experience (preferably in a community college); the
ability to meet the needs of community college students; experience
working with students from culturally diverse backgrounds; and
current knowledge of academic assessment practices. Willingness to
collaborate with colleagues is also important.
NCC is strongly committed to diversity as well as civic
engagement in the community. Candidates who can contribute to
the diversity of NCC’s campus and community are encouraged to
identify their strengths or experiences in these areas.
The standard preparations for this position include
Arch 110- Design I (3 credits), Arch 101- Graphics I (3 credits),
Arch 210- Design III (5 credits), Arch 250- Design IV (5 credits),
Arch 200- Architectural Internship (3credits) While the majority of
the teaching load during first year is hands on experience
candidate will bring computer technology to the classroom during
second year. While NCC’s architecture program is not dependent on
any particular software program Revit, ArchiCad, Sketch-up and
Rhino are available to students. Knowledge in this area is a
Additionally, the successful candidate will:
- Display facility with learner-centered pedagogical
- Demonstrate knowledge of academic assessment practices.
- Model excellence for our students.
- Help mentor adjunct Architecture and Interior Design
- Faculty Adviser to student club, AIAS, in the Architecture
The Architecture Department house both the
Architecture and Interior Design Programs. Primary administrative
responsibility will be:
All candidates for this position will be asked
to do a teaching demonstration for the search
For more information, contact:
- Working with Dean and Assistant Dean on department budgets
- Working with and supporting adjunct faculty needs.
- Working with student assistants to service department needs
(printers, plotters etc.)
- NCC boasts a stellar IT department providing support to Faculty
in all areas of technology (Computers, Monitors, Audio, video,
- Oversee the curriculum and keeping course outlines
Christine M. Pense, Ph.D.
Dean of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences