Construction Management Faculty - Full-Time, Tenure Track at SUNY Onondaga Community College

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Onondaga Community College, located in Syracuse, NY is currently recruiting for a Construction Management Faculty - Full-Time, Tenure Track


The Department of Applied Engineering Technology is pleased to invite applications for a full-time tenure track faculty appointment in Construction Management/Architectural Design at the rank of Instructor or Assistant Professor.  Date of appointment is August 2024.  The primary need is within the Construction Management discipline, although there may be additional teaching opportunities in Architectural Design, so we invite a wide range of credentials, skill sets, and backgrounds to apply.  Major responsibilities of this position include college-level teaching of Construction Management courses and labs, as well as an opportunity to teach within the Architectural Design discipline.  Knowledge of other construction-related fields is also valued, including, but not limited to: building systems, renewable energy systems, building performance evaluation, HVAC, and building trades. 


The successful candidate will be qualified to teach some of the following classes and labs:

  • CMG-101 Introduction to Construction & Architecture
  • CMG-102 Building Plan Interpretation
  • CMG-112 Construction Graphics I
  • CMG-120 Building Materials & Construction
  • CMG-140 Introduction to MEP/FP Systems
  • CMG-150 Construction Workplace Safety
  • CMG-210 Construction Scheduling & Planning
  • CMG-220 Construction Estimates
  • CMG-250 Principles of Structures
  • CMG-280 Construction Project Management
  • ADS-101 Social Impact of Global Built Environments
  • ADS-111 Design Fundamentals I
  • ADS-112 Design Fundamentals II
  • ADS-120L Building Materials & Construction Lab
  • ADS-171 Architectural CAD I
  • ADS-172 Architectural CAD II
  • ADS-211 Architectural Design I
  • ADS-212 Architectural Design II


  • Be responsive to student questions and available for student support;
  • Use appropriate technology to enhance learning;
  • Assess learning outcomes and adapt curriculum to meet learning objectives;
  • Demonstrate insight and encouragement in working with diverse student populations, especially students traditionally underrepresented in higher education;
  • Provide appropriate academic advising to students to support timely degree completion;
  • Be innovative in the presentation of lectures and hands-on learning activities that achieve learning outcomes;
  • Provide timely feedback on students' assignments and exams throughout each semester; and,
  • Be accountable to meet the needs of the Department and the College, including timely submission of grades and other required materials.

Remote Position


Min Compensation

USD $56,250.00/Yr.

Max Compensation

USD $56,250.00/Yr.



Appointment at the Rank of Instructor:

  • Associate degree in the subject area of Construction Management and/or Architecture, or closely allied field;
  • Industry-recognized professional license or certification; and
  • Minimum of five years of full-time related industry experience.

Appointment at the Rank of Assistant Professor:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Architecture or closely allied field, preferably from a NAAB accredited institution;
  • Three years of work experience in construction/architecture;
  • Prior experience providing training or instruction in Construction Management and/or Architecture;
  • Knowledge and enthusiasm about design, construction technology, sustainability and resiliency issues.


  • Master's degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Architecture or closely allied field; and
  • Three years of work experience in construction/architecture.


  • Doctorate in Construction Management, Engineering, Architecture or closely allied field.



  • Professional registration/certification (PE, AIA, PMP, CPC, LEED AP)
  • Active participation in OSHA or other professional and community organizations related to Construction Management
  • Background in teaching college level courses and curricular development
  • Demonstrated connections with local industry.
  • Bilingual in Spanish & English (English and another language will be considered)



  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite of products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project);
  • Practical hands-on, design or technology management experience in the application of Construction Management and/or Architecture.
  • Possess 30 hour OSHA Credential
  • Familiar with some or all of the following software programs:
  •        Autocad
  •        Procore
  •        Revit
  •        Rhino, Enscape, and/or Lumion
  •        Sketchup

Additional Information:

The 2023-2024 starting salary for the rank of Instructor is $50,000 and Assistant Professor is $56,250 based on a 15-credit teaching load per fall and spring semester. Additional compensation available for teaching additional courses.  Salaries for 2024-2025 are not yet available.


Onondaga Community College offers a generous and competitive benefits package including:

New York State Teacher's Retirement System or TIAA enrollment
Excellent health and dental insurance plans (qualifying domestic partner included)


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Application Instructions:

Submit resume, cover letter and applicable documentation related to certificates and licenses per the following link:


Official transcripts are required at time of hire.

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Onondaga Community College, located in Syracuse, NY, is a college of the State University of New York (SUNY) system and one of 30 locally sponsored community colleges throughout New York State. Onondaga County is our sponsor. We offer two-year degree programs that serve as transfer opportunities to baccalaureate degree programs at four-year campuses or for direct entry to the workforce. We also offer certificate programs that can generally be completed in one year. Onondaga is a diverse educational learning community. We are committed to creating and maintaining an atmosphere where individuality is not only recognized - but encouraged - to contribute to the fabric of the campus environment. We continue to serve the educational and economic development needs of the region and proudly boast more than 40,000 alumni.


Onondaga Community College does not discriminate against any persons of groups based on race, color, national origin, religion, creed, age, disability, sex, gender expression, sexual orientation, familial status, pregnancy, predisposing genetic characteristics or carrier status, military status (including US Veteran status), domestic violence victim status, prior criminal conviction, marital status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Onondaga Community College complies with all applicable equal employment opportunity and non-discrimination laws.


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