The School of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning invites applicants for a faculty position at the rank of assistant (non-tenure, tenure-eligible) or associate professor (with tenure) in the Real Estate Development (RED) programs.
One of our strategic priorities is to continue to increase the diversity of our CAPLA community.
This is a full-time position with a flexible start date targeted for August 2022. In accordance with university policies, this appointment will be subject to satisfactory performance as determined in the annual faculty review cycle.
As a faculty member, the successful candidate will have a demonstrated background in responsible real estate and urban development grounded in triple bottom line approaches (people, prosperity, and planet). The successful candidate will primarily focus on green development, livable cities, and underserved and marginalized communities with an expertise in real estate development finance as it relates to that focus.
To ensure your application materials are considered, please submit your application by the review date of January 10, 2022.
Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; sick leave and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!
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Duties & Responsibilities
The mission of the Real Estate Development program, established in 2013, is to produce real estate development leaders with rigorous practical and academic backgrounds in the areas of sustainable practices, urban design, real estate finance, site development, and construction.
Over the past several years we established the on-campus Master’s in Real Estate Development (MRED) program, launched a rapidly growing online version of that program that is ranked 2nd best in the nation by Online Masters, and are now launching an on-campus real estate minor that could grow into an innovative online and on-campus undergraduate major. Upcoming retirements in the next few years will leave room for new faculty hires that will continue to add support to the Real Estate Development program’s growth.
Faculty in the School of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning have been global leaders in the rapidly emerging field of responsible property investing. This includes co-founding the UN Environment Program Finance Initiative Property Working Group; the Responsible Property Investment Council (now the ULI Responsible Property Investing Product Council); publishing groundbreaking research on the assessment and economics of sustainable, socially responsible, transit-oriented, and walkable real estate; and integrating these new perspectives and approaches into a successful professional Real Estate Development program. We are also affiliated with a U.S. Department of Transportation university transportation center (the National Institute for Transportation and Communities), where we focus on the impact of transportation on development.
A Ph.D. in a field related to real estate, urban planning, business, finance, marketing, urban geography, sustainability, or a similar discipline by the start of employment.
The preferred qualifications for a successful candidate include:
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