Instructor/Program Director, Construction Management

Instructor/Program Director, Construction Management


Wake Technical Community College
9101 Fayetteville Road
Raleigh, NC 27603
Phone: 919-866-5000

Job Location

Various Locations/To Be Determined


Depends on Qualifications


State of NC Benefits

Job Category

  • Instructional (Faculty)

Application Period

Opens: Friday, January 19, 2024
Closes: Monday, February 12, 2024

Target Start Date

Wednesday, May 1, 2024

Expected Work Hours

Hours May Vary

Reports to

Department Head, Design and Construction Technologies

Employment Type

Full-Time Employment

Minimum Qualifications

Minimum Requirements

Bachelor's degree in Construction Management or a related field.

Three years of work experience in Construction Management experience.
Three years of instructional experience at a community college, university, or educational institution.
Computer skills using basic functions of MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point, and Outlook.

Preferred Qualifications

Master's degree in Construction Management or a related field. 
Five years of work experience in Construction Management experience.
Five years of instructional experience at a community college, university, or educational institution.

Position Description

This position is responsible for providing effective instruction for assigned courses and assisting the division Dean and Department Head as the first-line manager.

Responsibilities and Duties (*Essential Functions)

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the essential job functions satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the primary job functions herein described.

*Manages personnel, supplies, equipment, and facilities of department

*Responsible for keeping the Department Head informed of the operation of the department

*Coordinates, plans, develops, implements, supervises, and evaluates department curriculum and courses
* Assigns all instructors classes, evaluates faculty credentials, and approves courses for full-time and adjunct faculty

* Evaluates instructors/employees in the department

*Meets all the responsibilities and duties within the description of instructor for this program

*Acts as advisor to curriculum students assigned

*Participates in the resolution of faculty and student issues

Constructs classroom materials that support the goals of the course

Designs curriculum and a schedule of instruction

Maintains regular office hours

Stays abreast of most current teaching methods and technology in the classroom

Uses assessment techniques to improve student learning outcomes and teaching methods

Serves on college, divisional, or department committees as needed

Attends professional development opportunities

Assists with establishing goals and objectives for the course, selecting text and constructing a syllabus

Maintains communication with instructors from other divisions in order to keep courses up-to-date and appropriate

Participates in graduation exercises

Plans and conducts regular department meetings

Selects Advisory Committee members, plan and conduct Advisory Committee meetings and distribute meeting minutes
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Able to use a wide variety of teaching methods to promote learning

Be innovative, creative, motivated

Ability to exhibit good interpersonal skills and work well with others

Able to maintain records accurately and be able to meet deadlines consistently

Good organizational skills

Knowledge of and facility with technology and software including, computers and web-based resources such as Blackboard

Able to perform normal duties with minimal supervision

Excellent communication skills both written and verbal

Demonstrates resourcefulness, initiative, enthusiasm, and a sincere interest in helping students reach their maximum potential

How to Apply

Interested candidates must apply online using the following link:  Instructor/Program Director, Construction Management 

Job Post Contact

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