Wild Rockies Field Institute

Employment Opportunities

FIELD INSTRUCTORS

The Wild Rockies Field Institute is seeking an instructor for its Restoration Ecology in Greater Yellowstone course. The course runs from June 22 to July 9, 2015. This is a 300-level college field course. Students and instructors travel through Yellowstone, the Centennial Valley, the Snowcrest Range and the Upper Clark Fork exploring a variety of ecological restoration issues and participating in hands-on restoration projects. Candidates must have at least a Master's degree in a related field, outdoor leadership experience and at minimum CPR/First Aid certification with preference for either Wilderness First Responder or Wilderness First Aid certification. To apply please send a cover letter and resume to Keri McWilliams, Executive Director at www.wrfi.net by April 15, 2015. To learn more about the course and the Wild Rockies Field Institute, visit http://www.wrfi.net/courses/restorationecology.html

In addition to occasional course-specific instructor positions, we accept general applications for instructor positions. If teaching undergraduate-level college academics while camping and travelling in some of the most beautiful places in North America sounds like a dream job to you, then contact us!

WRFI requires a master's degree or higher to instruct, plus a minumum of a Wilderness First Responder training; group management experience in the outdoors is a preference.