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.