Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences Instructor: Bottineau, North Dakota

Dakota College at Bottineau
Bottineau, North Dakota
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Dakota College at Bottineau is seeking an instructor to teach courses in fisheries and wildlife sciences and related fields (i.e., GPS, GIS, biology, botany, and/or range science) to undergraduate students in A.S. and A.A.S. degree programs. Advising students, curriculum development, outcomes assessment, institutional committee work, program promotion, distance delivery of coursework, and community service and outreach are inherent to the position.
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Master’s degree in a field of fisheries and wildlife sciences or related field. Successful teaching experience at the secondary or college level or equivalent professional experience. QUALIFICATIONS PREFERRED: Doctorate degree in fisheries and wildlife sciences or related field and experience teaching college-level introductory fisheries and wildlife sciences and/or related courses. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Successful applicant will be required to pass a criminal history background investigation prior to employment. APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Submit a letter of application, a resume/vitae, transcripts, and the names and telephone numbers of three professional references (including at least one reference capable of assessing teaching potential) to: Vonda Berg Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences Search Committee Dakota College at Bottineau 105 Simrall Boulevard Bottineau, ND 58318-1198
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Larry Brooks
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