The college of Architecture and the Built Environment seeks a dynamic, collaborative leader and real estate development educator with the credentials to join our faculty at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor of Real Estate Development. We seek a colleague to join us in advancing integrated design education at the University as full-time faculty for the academic year beginning spring semester 2020 which would start January 2, 2020.
The Program Director will oversee the graduate Real Estate Development program with responsibilities including development of courses and curricula; hiring and supervision of faculty; recruiting and advising students; facilitating and overseeing internships and experiential learning; overseeing assessment activities and program review processes; and responsibility for the program budget and enrollments. The director will teach courses, supervise internships and chair capstone projects. This is a 10-month faculty position with a reduced teaching load for administrative duties.
Candidates must possess one of the following categories of acceptable academic credentials: 1) a combination of a professional bachelor’s and a master’s degree; 2) a terminal professional master’s degree; or 3) a doctorate or Ph.D. The disciplines for the degrees may be in real estate development, architecture or a closely related discipline, such as city and regional planning. Foreign equivalents to U.S. degrees are acceptable.
Candidates who possess professional credentials (e.g. LEED AP, AICP, etc.) are preferred.
The candidate must have significant experience in college-level teaching in the field and a minimum of five years of industry experience in real estate development in a variety of settings and from multiple perspectives, including both public and private sectors.
The candidate’s research accomplishments and/or distinguished record of real estate development experience must qualify the person for appointment to the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The track (e.g. Tenure Track or Teacher Scholar Track) will be assigned base on the candidate’s credentials and scholarly achievements.
Candidates must have sound organizational and communication skills and must be a team player and relationship builder. An aptitude for professional and pedagogical engagement in a collaborative, interdisciplinary environment is required.
Because the college seeks to expend its programs into the online environment, online teaching experience is desired.
Preferred deadline for applications is November 1, 2019. The search will remain open until a suitable candidate is identified. Please click link below to apply and type in search Job ID #9234107.
Thomas Jefferson University is committed to the teacher/scholar and teacher/practitioner model, per the needs of the academic programs. For this advertised position, the contract type may be practice-track or tenure-track and will be awarded based on the demonstrated academic credentials of the finalist. If the finalist qualifies for the tenure-track, s/he must demonstrate the credentials required for the University’s modified tenure review.
Jefferson’s distinct College of Architecture and the Built Environment offers a unique combination of disciplines providing an unparalleled opportunity for interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary collaboration. All programs share the commitment to excellence and innovation based around the guiding principles of sustainable practice and stewardship of the natural and built environment.
Thomas Jefferson University– East Falls Campus, founded in 1884, is a fully accredited, private university with 4,000 part- and full-time students from 38 states and 42 countries. The University offers more than 60 undergraduate and graduate degree programs leading to the Associate of Science, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Architecture, Master of Science, Master of Business Administration and doctoral degrees (Ph.D. and OTD). The University offers career-oriented education that blends liberal and professional studies in a way that enables students to grow as individuals and as highly skilled designers, business leaders, architects, health care professionals and scientists.
With over seven hundred students, the College of Architecture and the Built Environment offers the following degree programs: Bachelor of Architecture (NAAB accredited); Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (LAAB accredited); BS in Interior Design (CIDA accredited); BS in Architectural Studies; BS in Construction Management; Master of Architecture, MS Architecture, MS in Sustainable Design; MS in Interior Architecture; MS in Construction Management; MS in Historic Preservation; and MS in Geospatial Technologies for Geodesign.
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