University of Oklahoma-Faculty Tenure-Track

The University of Oklahoma
College of Architecture
Ranked Renewable Term or Tenure Track Faculty Position
Haskell & Irene Lemon Construction Science Division

The Haskell & Irene Lemon Construction Science (CNS) Division at the University of Oklahoma (OU) College of Architecture (CoA) is seeking applications for either a ranked renewable term or a tenure track professor to begin August 2018. Salary will be competitive depending on experience and credentials. Responsibilities for a ranked renewable term candidate include teaching designated CNS courses and service. Responsibilities for a tenure track candidate include teaching designated CNS courses, research, and service. The applicant shall have demonstrated expertise related to the OU CNS curriculum and be able to teach courses in more than one construction topic. The successful candidate will be encouraged to contribute to undergraduate and graduate curricula development. The successful candidate for the tenure track position will be encouraged to pursue funded research. Visit cns.ou.edu for more information about the program.

Our CNS program benefits from active alliances with the College's partner programs of Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Regional and City Planning, and Urban Design. The College is dedicated to the growth of these disciplines and encourages collaboration among disciplines.

Our program enjoys and continually improves on its history of strong industry relationships in a stable metropolitan construction market.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to help shape the evolution of this well-funded Division. The position offers the following notable opportunities:
• The opportunity to work in a Division and College recognized for interdisciplinary collaboration.
• The opportunity to mentor a growing number of undergraduate students.
• The opportunity to work with graduate students on research projects.

Requirements for the Ranked Renewable Term position:
• A minimum of a master's degree with no fewer than one degree from an accredited construction or construction-related program.
• A minimum of five (5) years of significant construction experience.
• Construction expertise related to at least three courses in the BS and MS curricula.
• Demonstrated English proficiency.

Preferences for the Ranked Renewable Term Position:
• Strong preference for demonstrated ability to collaborate across design and construction disciplines.
• Demonstrated expertise in and ability to teach courses related to residential construction, construction project management, construction finance, or sustainability.
• Significant experience managing construction in the U.S.
• Construction industry experience in various capacities. For example, commercial construction and residential construction, owner's representative and general contractor, etc.
• Prior teaching experience in a construction program.
• Certifications and/or licenses (for example CPC, PMP, PE, RA, DBIA, LEED AP).

Requirements for the Tenure Track position:
• A minimum of a master's degree with no fewer than one degree from an accredited construction or construction-related program.
• Earned Ph.D. or doctoral candidate status (i.e., “ABD”) in construction management or a related field.
• Potential to develop a research agenda in support of CNS Division goals.
• Significant experience in the design and construction industry.
• Expertise in structural systems and soil mechanics.
• Demonstrated English proficiency.

Preferences for the Tenure Track Position:
• Strong preference for demonstrated ability to collaborate across design and construction disciplines.
• Strong preference for the ability to teach a research methods course.
• Strong preference for at least three (3) years of significant experience working in the U.S. design and construction industry.
• Prior teaching experience in a construction program.
• Expertise in heavy civil construction.
• Prior success receiving funding for research projects.
• Certifications and/or licenses (for example CPC, PMP, PE, RA, DBIA, LEED AP).

Application review will begin January 15, 2018 and application materials must be submitted by then to receive full consideration. The position will remain open until filled. Qualified applicants are requested to submit a cover letter; a curriculum vitae; a statement of interest that outlines teaching philosophy, research agenda (for the tenure track position), and service goals; and three professional references with full contact information and the relationship to the applicant. All application materials may be submitted online at: https://apply.interfolio.com/46816
For questions regarding the application process, please contact Matthew Reyes at mdreyes@ou.edu or 405-325-4926.

The University of Oklahoma, in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, age, religion, disability, political beliefs, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. This includes, but is not limited to: admissions, employment, financial aid, housing, services in educational programs or activities, or health care services that the University operates or provides.

University of Oklahoma-Faculty Tenure-Track

The University of Oklahoma
College of Architecture
Ranked Renewable Term or Tenure Track Faculty Position
Haskell & Irene Lemon Construction Science Division

The Haskell & Irene Lemon Construction Science (CNS) Division at the University of Oklahoma (OU) College of Architecture (CoA) is seeking applications for either a ranked renewable term or a tenure track professor to begin August 2018. Salary will be competitive depending on experience and credentials. Responsibilities for a ranked renewable term candidate include teaching designated CNS courses and service. Responsibilities for a tenure track candidate include teaching designated CNS courses, research, and service. The applicant shall have demonstrated expertise related to the OU CNS curriculum and be able to teach courses in more than one construction topic. The successful candidate will be encouraged to contribute to undergraduate and graduate curricula development. The successful candidate for the tenure track position will be encouraged to pursue funded research. Visit cns.ou.edu for more information about the program.

Our CNS program benefits from active alliances with the College's partner programs of Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Regional and City Planning, and Urban Design. The College is dedicated to the growth of these disciplines and encourages collaboration among disciplines.

Our program enjoys and continually improves on its history of strong industry relationships in a stable metropolitan construction market.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to help shape the evolution of this well-funded Division. The position offers the following notable opportunities:
• The opportunity to work in a Division and College recognized for interdisciplinary collaboration.
• The opportunity to mentor a growing number of undergraduate students.
• The opportunity to work with graduate students on research projects.

Requirements for the Ranked Renewable Term position:
• A minimum of a master's degree with no fewer than one degree from an accredited construction or construction-related program.
• A minimum of five (5) years of significant construction experience.
• Construction expertise related to at least three courses in the BS and MS curricula.
• Demonstrated English proficiency.

Preferences for the Ranked Renewable Term Position:
• Strong preference for demonstrated ability to collaborate across design and construction disciplines.
• Demonstrated expertise in and ability to teach courses related to residential construction, construction project management, construction finance, or sustainability.
• Significant experience managing construction in the U.S.
• Construction industry experience in various capacities. For example, commercial construction and residential construction, owner's representative and general contractor, etc.
• Prior teaching experience in a construction program.
• Certifications and/or licenses (for example CPC, PMP, PE, RA, DBIA, LEED AP).

Requirements for the Tenure Track position:
• A minimum of a master's degree with no fewer than one degree from an accredited construction or construction-related program.
• Earned Ph.D. or doctoral candidate status (i.e., “ABD”) in construction management or a related field.
• Potential to develop a research agenda in support of CNS Division goals.
• Significant experience in the design and construction industry.
• Expertise in structural systems and soil mechanics.
• Demonstrated English proficiency.

Preferences for the Tenure Track Position:
• Strong preference for demonstrated ability to collaborate across design and construction disciplines.
• Strong preference for the ability to teach a research methods course.
• Strong preference for at least three (3) years of significant experience working in the U.S. design and construction industry.
• Prior teaching experience in a construction program.
• Expertise in heavy civil construction.
• Prior success receiving funding for research projects.
• Certifications and/or licenses (for example CPC, PMP, PE, RA, DBIA, LEED AP).

Application review will begin January 15, 2018 and application materials must be submitted by then to receive full consideration. The position will remain open until filled. Qualified applicants are requested to submit a cover letter; a curriculum vitae; a statement of interest that outlines teaching philosophy, research agenda (for the tenure track position), and service goals; and three professional references with full contact information and the relationship to the applicant. All application materials may be submitted online at: https://apply.interfolio.com/46816
For questions regarding the application process, please contact Matthew Reyes at mdreyes@ou.edu or 405-325-4926.

The University of Oklahoma, in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, age, religion, disability, political beliefs, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. This includes, but is not limited to: admissions, employment, financial aid, housing, services in educational programs or activities, or health care services that the University operates or provides.