Instructor, Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
Warner College of Natural Resources
Colorado State University
APPOINTMENT: Nine month (August 16, 2012 to May 15, 2013), temporary, non-tenure track
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Required: 1) At least one advanced degree (e.g., Master’s, PhD) in communications, human dimensions, public relations, or closely related social science field with an emphasis in environmental communication; 2) prior teaching experience at the undergraduate level in content related to the duties described below.
Highly Desirable Criteria: 1) PhD or ABD status in a social science discipline related to duties described below; 2) Demonstrated excellence in teaching in topics related to this position. 3) Prior experience in the conceptual or actual design of websites. 4) Prior experience in public / media relations.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1) Develop and teach courses (three per semester) that supports the HDNR curriculum, including coursework in environmental education, environmental conflict, media and communication planning. 2) Manage the re-design of the HDNR website; 3) Work with the university’s communication offices to promote HDNR achievements and stories of interest to internal and external audiences.
SALARY AND FRINGE BENEFITS: $40,000 - $45,000. Sick leave per University policy, group health, life, dental, disability, and retirement benefits.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: For full consideration send your curriculum vita, official transcripts from your graduate school institutions (copies are acceptable), up to three examples of outlines from courses taught, a list of three references, and a statement of interest by April 30, 2012 to:
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
DEADLINE: Applications must be postmarked by April 30, 2012. Selection will continue until an appropriate candidate is found. The position will begin in August 2012.
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