Salish Kootenai College’s Wildlife and Fisheries Department seeks applicants to teach undergraduate courses on topics in zoology, ecology, and natural resources management. Applicants with a strong aquatics background are especially encouraged to apply. The instructor shall also advise students on course registration, degree planning, college and community resources, financial opportunities, student internships, continuing education, and student employment. The successful applicant will also assist with departmental records and planning documents, contribute to assessment activities, participate in SKC committees, and perform other duties as assigned.
The minimum requirement for this position is a Masters of Science Degree (PhD preferred) in Fish and Wildlife Management, Biology, or a closely related field, 3 years of professional work experience, experience with undergraduate teaching, the ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds, excellent communication skills, the desire to work cooperatively in a team setting, and knowledge of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes and mission of SKC.
To apply please submit the SKC application (https://www.skc.edu/employment/), your resume, and applicable transcripts to Rachel Andrews-Gould, P.O. Box 70, Pablo, MT 59855. Closing date is June 15th, 2018, 4:00 p.m. As an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, we encourage applications from minorities, veterans and women. SKC is a tribal member preference employer as set forth in SKC policy. This position is eligible for health, vision, dental, and retirement benefits.