The American College of the Building Arts

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If you are interested in applying for a position with ACBA, please click on the title of the job to be taken to the application page. If you would like to apply for any positions not specifically listed, please submit your resume or C.V. to the appropriate person (see below).


Full-time Trade Faculty Positions

Due to enrollment growth and the expansion of programming at our new campus, the American College of the Building Arts seeks well-qualified full-time faculty to teach beginning Fall 2017. Candidates should have a portfolio prepared to demonstrate examples of their work, and should be prepared to demonstrate their skill during the interview process.

Full-time craft instructors are expected to teach two courses per semester for a total of 30 hours per week. In addition, there are typically 1-2 weeks before and after the semester allocated for lesson planning and future planning that require faculty attendance. Semester dates (including planning times) are August 7 - December 15; and January 3 - May 11.

Full-time instructors are paid an annual salary bi-monthly (15th and 30th) for 12 months of the year. The summer time period is generally free for instructors, but there are opportunities to teach additional summer courses that are paid in addition to your salary.

Professor of Blacksmithing

Professor of Blacksmithing will be expected to teach in the following areas: introductory and advanced ornamental ironworking and fabrication, basic forging techniques, forge welding, fabrication and welding techniques, and incrementally more advanced metal-working techniques.

Professor of Carpentry

The Professor of Carpentry will be covering the following areas: introductory and team-teaching, hand and power tools, wood joinery, building methodology, and historic and contemporary construction methods.


Adjunct Trade Faculty Positions

Due to enrollment growth and the expansion of programming at our new campus, the American College of the Building Arts seeks well-qualified adjunct faculty to teach beginning Fall 2017. Candidates should have a portfolio prepared to demonstrate examples of their work, and should be prepared to demonstrate their skill during the interview process.

Adjunct craft instructors are expected to teach one course per semester for a total of 15 hours per week. In addition, there are typically 1-2 weeks before and after the semester allocated for lesson planning and future planning that require faculty attendance (adjuncts are encouraged to attend). Semester dates (including planning times) are August 7 - December 15; and January 3 - May 11.

Adjunct instructors are paid bi-monthly (15th and 30th) during the semesters for which they teach. The summer time period is generally free for instructors, but there are opportunities to teach additional summer courses that are paid in addition to your salary.

Professor of Plaster

Professor of Plaster will be expected to teach in the following areas: introduction to slaking, adhesives, cements, lath, texturing, finishing, stucco, aggregates, coloring and tinting, faux block etching.


Adjunct General Education Faculty Positions

Adjunct general education instructors are expected to teach one course per semester for a total of 3 hours per week. Adjunct instructors may elect to teach multiple classes, but adjuncts are capped at 3 classes per semester. In addition, there are typically 1-2 weeks before and after the semester allocated for lesson planning and future planning that require faculty attendance (adjuncts are encouraged to attend). Semester dates (including planning times) are August 7 - December 15; and January 3 - May 11.

Adjunct instructors are paid bi-monthly (15th and 30th) during the semesters for which they teach. The summer time period is generally free for instructors, but there are opportunities to teach additional summer courses that are paid in addition to your salary.

We are actively receiving submissions for all of our general education and craft specialization support courses from qualified instructors. Applicants should read through the college catalog for a listing of all general education and craft specialization support courses.

If you would like to apply for any of the courses listed in the catalog, please submit your C.V. to Dr. Ted Landsmark our VP of Academic Affairs.


Staff Positions

No active positions at the moment. However, we are always seeking new resumes to keep in mind for future openings. Please feel free to submit your C.V. to Virginia Waddell our Director of Finance.

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