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Adjunct - Building Construction Management

Employer
Lake-Sumter State College
Location
Florida, United States
Salary
Salary Not Specified
Date posted
Dec 14, 2023


Job Summary

The Adjunct (Faculty) - Building Construction Management position assists the Workforce Development department by providing subject matter expertise in delivering the Building Construction Management associate in science degree, Building Construction Specialist College Credit Certificate, and related credit courses. This is a part-time adjunct position. Examples of courses to be taught include but are not limited to - Intro to Building Construction - OSHA 30 - Construction Materials and Methods - Blueprint Reading - Building Codes - Construction Law - Construction Accounting - Estimating Fundamentals - Managing Building Construction.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities
  • Observe all college rules and regulations, State guidelines and professional mandates appropriate to teaching faculty.
  • Maintain effective working relationships with faculty, staff, students, and community.
  • Assist with curriculum review and development whenever appropriate.
  • Ensure a clean and safe workspace.
  • Attend all meetings and training sessions as required.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
  • Ability to demonstrate the four College Service Excellence Standards of Caring, Communication, collaboration and Celebration when interacting with students, employees, visitors, and community members.
  • Plans and carries out instructional duties, which maximize learning by students.
  • Supervises students in accordance with program procedures, academic, and course related concerns.
  • Teaches assigned courses in accordance with course descriptions.
  • Furnishes each student with a course syllabus listing performance objective, course expectations, grading procedures, withdrawal procedures, class attendance policies, and office phone and e-mail access.
  • Attend all scheduled or called meetings by the President or Vice President of Academic & Student Affairs, Deans, and Department Chairs unless excused by the administrator in charge.
  • Teaches all classes for the full period as scheduled.
  • Evaluates student progress and achievement with clear methods presented on course syllabus.
  • Utilizes evaluation results for planning, instruction, counseling, and program modification.
  • Keep accurate and up-to-date records.
  • Submits grade reports and other required data on or before deadline dates.
  • Resolves discipline problems within sphere of responsibility.
  • Answering questions and providing additional support for students
  • Utilizes materials and equipment necessary to accomplish designated tasks.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of current instructional developments.
  • Regularly examines content of assigned courses and recommends changes to supervisor as needed.
  • Complies with appropriate administrative rules/regulations and Board Policy.
  • Participates in an annual evaluation process as specified by the Vice President of Academic Affairs.
  • Participates in Business and Technical Advisory Committee activities as needed.
  • Maintains continuity of communication with students, community, faculty, staff, and supervisors through timely replies to meeting, phone, mail, and email requests.
Minimum Qualifications & Education
  • Master's Degree with 18 graduate semester hours in teaching discipline.
  • Alternative credentialing based on experience and / or industry certifications may be considered.
  • 10 years of industry experience in construction management, or specific course content.

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