Field Studies Course Instructor

International locations
Compensation is competitive.
Apr 18, 2017
Jun 17, 2017
Job Level
Mid level
Employment Type
Part time, Temporary / Seasonal
Salary Type

Field Research Studies Instructors

Wildlands Studies Program, Western Washington University

Wildlands Studies offers 15-18 field courses each year studying wildlife &/or wildland environmental study topics emphasizing hands-on learning & onsite explorations of pressing environmental issues; courses run 2-6 weeks year-round throughout North America, Asia, Central & South America, South Africa & other locales.  This year students study wolf populations, wildlife corridors, mountain wildlife ecology, ecosystem dynamics, conservation biology, forest resource management, cultural sustainability.  Now accepting course proposals and instructor applications for the 2018-2019 academic year.   Wildlands Studies is particularly interested in soliciting proposals for courses in destinations popular and affordable to undergraduates, and would especially welcome proposals for Alaska, Iceland, southeastern Africa, the Pacific Islands, Papua New Guinea or Madagascar.  We prefer locations/projects with a section on wildlife and/or marine ecology. 

Applications will be reviewed through 08/17. Applicants must have graduate degree in hand.  Please be sure to review website and current course offerings to ensure understanding of program requirements. Submit CV, cover letter regarding your experience with course topics/ fieldstudy experience and brief initial course proposal.  WS staff will work with applicants on their formal proposals. Application materials to