Instructor (Temporary, Non-Tenure-track) in Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology
APPOINTMENT: Academic Year 2017-2018 (9 months; 16 Aug 2017 – 15 May 2018)
QUALIFICATIONS (Required): Ph.D. in fishery biology or a closely related discipline by June 16, 2017.
DESIRED QUALITIES: 1) Experience in teaching or strong knowledge of ichthyology, fishery science, and fish & wildlife management, 2) Skill in using modern methods and technologies in teaching.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1) Teach 2 undergraduate courses per semester; in Fall 2017 teach FW 260 (Principles of Wildlife Management, 3 credits) and FW 401 (Fishery Science, 3 credits) and in Spring 2018 teach Fish Biology and Diversity (FW 300, 2 credits), and accompanying Ichthyology lab (FW301, 1 credit), and an additional course to be determined.
SALARY AND FRINGE BENEFITS: Up to $4222/mo depending on experience. Sick leave, group health, life, dental, disability, and retirement benefits are per University policy.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Application materials include: 1) a letter of application with a statement of teaching philosophy; 2) curriculum vitae; 3) all transcripts (unofficial versions acceptable) and 4) the names and contact information for 3 professional references. To apply and view a full position announcement, please visit: http://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/43197 by April 24, 2017. To guarantee full consideration by the search committee, all materials must be received by the application review deadline of April 24, 2017.
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