College of the Redwoods
This position is for a full-time, grant-funded, non-tenure track Assistant Professor in Forestry and Natural Resources based at the Eureka campus. The Forestry and Natural Resources / Geomatics Assistant Professor will develop and implement a Geomatics Certificate and teach a and wide variety of Forestry and Natural Resource courses that may include, but are not limited to: Introduction to Surveying, Introduction to Geospatial Concepts, Introduction to Remote Sensing, Introduction to GIS, Introduction to Surveying, Introduction to Natural Resources Inventory Techniques, Introduction to Wildland Fire, and Watershed.
Additional responsibilities will include aiding in all necessary steps to gain Society of American Foresters (SAF) accreditation, curriculum development, assessment, establishing relationships with industry partners, and hosting community advisory meetings. Teaching assignment may include night and weekend work, teaching via
on-campus, online, and hybrid, and in synchronous and asynchronous course-delivery modalities. Anticipated start date for this position is Fall 2022.
To apply for this job please visit employment.redwoods.edu.