Construction Management & Sustainable Building, Adjunct

Position Information

Position Information

Position Title Construction Management & Sustainable Building, Adjunct
Open Internally or Externally
If faculty, tenure track status Not Applicable
Reports to (title) Trades Program Manager
Department Building Construction (School of Applied Tech)-2S2
Requisition Number AP0150
Position Type One Semester Temporary
Job Category Adjunct - Variable
FT/PT Part-time
Initial Work Location Taylorsville Redwood Campus
Starting Salary Current Adjunct Rate
Job Open Date
Job Close Date
Open Until Filled Yes
Priority Review Date
Job Summary

Under general supervision, teach various adjunct Construction Management and Sustainable Building courses which will lead students to acquire specific skills, and Associate of Science (AS) or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees including:

Residential Construction Material and Methods (CMGT 1010) – This course will provide students with knowledge of residential building techniques and materials. The course will examine common construction materials, components, and systems related to wood frame structures, utilizing sustainable building practices. The residential construction process will be analyzed from site planning to finish construction.

OSHA 30 for Construction (CMGT1130) – In-depth study of OSHA safety practices and its role in the construction industry. Review workers safety procedures and practices used in the construction industry. Attendance is required to be eligible for OSHA 30 completion card.

Construction Print Reading and Graphics (CMGT 1150) – A study of print reading as it pertains to today’s high tech industry. This course includes the study of architectural symbols and terms, relationship of views, sections, electrical and mechanical systems and diagrams. Residential and commercial plans will be examined. The use of electronic files in print reading such as PDF & DWG files will be discussed.

Computer Applications for Construction (CMGT 2200) – Various computer applications used in construction field will be examined in areas of construction office management, bookkeeping & payroll. Includes requirements for starting a business and obtaining a license with a specific examination into the business and law portion of contractor licensure.

Construction Estimating (CMGT 2240) – An introduction to material take-offs, labor cost estimate, equipment cost, price extensions and competitive bidding. Various building systems will be discussed and evaluated. Formulas will be input into software such as Microsoft Excel to provide students with an experience in computerized estimating & takeoffs.

Building Energy Systems (CMGT 2610) – An introduction to energy systems for residential and light commercial construction. Systems include electrical, plumbing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, air distribution, lighting, solar and alternative energy systems and the application and effect on the building envelope and air quality.

Green Building Standards (CMGT 2650) – This course examines and evaluates the current green building standards. Standards include: LEED -U. S. Green Build Council; Energy Star -U. S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy; ICC 700 -National Home Builders Association. This course provides initial training for industry certifications.

Essential Responsibilities and Duties

1. Effectively prepare and teach classes to facilitate student learning.
2. Assess student performance and maintain student records.
3. Develop, distribute, and adhere to current course outlines and/or syllabi.
4. Participate in curriculum development and/or course requirements.
5. Advise students on program and/or course requirements.
6. Demonstrate and support professional commitment to Division, School, and College mission and values.
7. Demonstrate and support professional commitment to Green and Sustainable Building.
8. Maintain currency in the theory and practice of Construction Management and Sustainable Building.
9. Support and follow College policies and procedures.
10. Coordinates student ADA accommodation requests following College policy and procedures.
11. Completes all required training.

Essential Responsibilities and Duties Continued
Preferred Qualifications

1. General Building Contractor’s License preferred.
2. Experience , Certifications as related to specific classes being taught, Training; in Sustainable Construction Management Building.

Example Certifications include, but not limited to:

LEED
• National Association of Home Builders Certified Green Professional
OSHA Certification

3. Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management or related field from an accredited College or University.
4. Two (2) years of post-secondary teaching experience in Construction Management, Sustainable Building or a related field.
5. Proven experience in estimating construction projects.
6. Supervisory field management experience from start to finish on three or more custom homes or equivalent experience on commercial construction projects.

Minimum Qualifications

Must have a minimum of eight (8) full-time years of paid construction work experience, or six (6) full-time years of paid construction work experience and Associate of Applied (AAS) degree, or four (4) full-time years of paid construction work experience and Bachelor of Science (BS) degree. Degree must be in a related field.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Non-Essential Responsibilities and Duties
Special Instructions

This posting is ongoing recruitment posting where the department will review applications when positions become available.

As directed by SLCC policy, adjunct positions are a semester by semester contract with no guarantee of continued employment.

Please attach additional documents (Resume, certifications, copies of credentials or transcripts, etc.) for consideration

Official transcripts are required for those who are offered employment only.

Some courses will require specific certifications, experience and training. Please include teaching preferences along with supporting documentation.

Please contact Ralph Tasker for more information: 801-957-4823

FLSA Exempt

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Required Documents

Required Documents
Optional Documents
  1. Cover Letter
  2. Letters of Reference
  3. Other Doc
  4. Resume / Curr. Vitae
  5. Student/Faculty Evaluations
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