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Non-Tenure Track Faculty – Civil


Civil and Construction Technology


Commensurate with credentials and experience

Description of Duties

The State University of New York at Canton invites qualified applicants for a full-time lecturer position within the Canino School of Engineering Technology.

The successful candidate can expect to teach online and face-to-face classes in a 5-course load per semester. There is no scholarship expectation of the successful candidate. Faculty governance, department, university, professional, and public service participation are encouraged.  Faculty members should have good verbal and written communication skills and are encouraged to innovate. The ability to teach a diverse student population is an additional benefit.


Candidate should demonstrate teaching ability and knowledge of civil engineering or construction management courses.  The ideal candidate will teach surveying, estimating, project planning and scheduling, blueprint reading, commercial structures, and wood structures courses for associate degree and bachelor students.


Required Qualifications:  Bachelor’s Degree in civil engineering or technology with experience in the construction industry or related degree.

Preferred Qualifications:  A Master’s degree is preferred.  As an ABET-accredited programs knowledge or willingness to learn assessment is preferred.

Prior to a final offer of employment, the selected candidate will be required to submit to a background check including, but not limited to, employment verification, educational and other credential verification, and criminal background check.

Closing Date for Receipt of Applications

Review begins immediately and will continue until position is filled.

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SUNY Canton, a unit of the State University of New York, is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. SUNY Canton is building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and strongly encourages applications from minority and women candidates.