Tenure track position in the Applied Sciences Department with primary teaching emphasis in rangeland management, ecology, and the Essential Studies Program. Faculty will be responsible for teaching courses in the range management program potentially including, but not limited to, Introduction to Plant Science, Principles of Rangeland and Forage Management, Range Plant Identification and Lab, Grass Systematics, Habitat Inventory and Analysis and Lab, Vegetation Manipulation, Agriculture Seminar I, and Agriculture Seminar II. Faculty will be responsible for developing and teaching courses within the Essential Studies Program at Chadron State College with particular focus on First Year Inquiry and Capstone courses.
Required Qualifications: Master’s degree in Rangeland Management or related field required
Terminal degree is required for tenure
Preferred Qualifications: Earned terminal degree or ABD status in Rangeland Management or related field preferred
Experience in teaching and in research/scholarship, and experience in effectively using technology to facilitate student learning and to expand student access preferred