The instructor will be responsible for the following duties:
Maintaining office hours;
Assisting with registration;
Serving on College committees;
Maintaining professional competence;
Participation in professional development activities.
Master's degree in Forestry, Fish and Wildlife, or a related Natural Resources discipline. Teaching experience with students having a wide range of learning styles. Ability to teach effectively in the classroom and the field. Having competency in teaching a wide range of "hands-on" natural resources technology courses including dendrology, forest measurements, fire management, soils and hydrology, and GIS/GPS. Willingness to advise student clubs and conduct overnight travel for field trips and club activities. Proven record of timely reporting and completion of paperwork. Willingness to continually train and upgrade skills as workforce needs evolve.
Master's degree in Forestry, Fish and Wildlife, or a related Natural Resources discipline. Prior experience teaching natural resources technology courses in a two-year, community/technical college setting. Field experience utilizing the knowledge, skills, and techniques required by natural resources technicians. Competency providing instruction in various courses in both the Forestry and Fish and Wildlife programs of study. Experience using up-to-date geospatial technology and software. Having industry and academic connections that will aid students in job placement and/or transfer to four-year colleges/universities.