Parkland is now hiring for FALL 2019. The Construction Management Adjunct Faculty works in conjunction with the Construction Management Program Director to advise and mentor students, and participate in governance of their departments and the college. Adjunct Faculty teach a full-time load as per the Parkland Academic Employees (PAE) bargaining agreement. Courses taught may include: land surveying, computer-aided drafting, construction plan reading, construction methods, building standards, and cost estimating.
Applicants must submit:
An online Parkland College employment application
Resume or CV
Official transcripts from the institution where you received your highest degree.
Essential Job Functions
Provide classroom instruction in accordance with the stated philosophy, objectives, and established course outlines of the college and conduct academic assessment and program evaluation.
Inform students of course regulations, evaluation procedures, and other information pertinent to the course; prepare a course syllabus for each course and post with other course information on college's Learning Management System (LMS) by date set by the College.
Maintain regular office hours to ensure availability for student consultation; provides assistance to students in a timely manner.
Is available for student advising/mentoring.
Participate in the instruction of other classes as needed.
Maintain accurate scholastic records of students; submit required reports on student progress according to published deadlines.
Participate in student recruitment and retention efforts.
Work closely with department chair to design, maintain, and updated course curriculum and materials for assigned courses.
Perform professional duties in accordance with the established policies and procedures of the college and department.
Participate in departmental governance, including curriculum development, instructional materials selection, and academic assessment.
Participate in college-wide shared governance, including Parkland College Association (PCA) Senate, its committees, administrative committees, and accreditation committees.
Participate in professional development activities related to discipline knowledge and/or teaching skills.
Assist the A/EST Department Chair with external relations.
Work closely with advisory and faculty committees to maintain and improve the quality of course and programs.
Work as liaison between appropriate agencies in the community.
Assist in program evaluation and accreditation procedures.
Work with faculty to facilitate text selection.
Assist the A/EST Department Chair with equipment maintenance and repair.
Monitor adherence to safety codes, budget constraints, and departmental policies.
Stay abreast of new trends and innovations in the field.
Foster and maintain a collegial, equitable, and collaborative work environment in which all team members have a shared understanding of the mission of the institution and clear expectations of their responsibilities in that mission and accountability for those responsibilities.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Land Surveying, or Architecture.
Licensed as a professional engineer, professional land surveyor, or registered architect.
5 years of field experience in construction management or land surveying.
Pass a background check, which includes an employment history and criminal history check with finger printing.
Ability to learn Parkland information systems and new programs as technology changes.
Availability to teach evening and/or weekend classes as needed.
Ability to professionally engage in positive working relationships with members of the Parkland community and members of the public.
Excellent interpersonal, presentation, organization, leadership, and supervision skills.
Verbal and written abilities sufficient to prepare proposals.
Effective communication with diverse populations.
Ability to work on multiple projects in a fast-paced environment, both individually and as part of a team.
Community college teaching experience.
Active participation in professional, state, and national organizations.
Office experience with CAD and GIS software applications.
Office experience in processing LiDAR data and UAS-derived photogrammetric data.
Field experience with construction management software applications.
Internal Number: adCM2.6.19
About Parkland College
One of the largest employers in our area, Parkland faculty and staff are united in their passion for serving students. In addition to competitive salaries and robust benefits, you will enjoy the support, commitment to professional development, and collegial relationships that you will find here.
Parkland College is a fully accredited, public community college established to serve the needs of District 505, the third largest community college district in Illinois. Our college is a center for educational opportunity and community enrichment in east central Illinois and has earned a national reputation for its excellent academic standards, innovative programs, and quality instruction.
At Parkland we celebrate the diversity in both our community and our world. Our goal is to recognize, promote, utilize, and educate one another regarding the unique qualities and shared humanity of our people and cultures.