Lecturer/Program Coordinator – Wildlife Enterprise Management, Auburn University

Auburn, Alabama

Job Title: Lecturer/Program Coordinator

Organization: Auburn University

Type of opportunity: The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences (SFWS) at Auburn University invites applications for a Lecturer/Program Coordinator in Wildlife Enterprise Management (WLEM). Through collaboration with the Colleges of Business and Human Sciences at Auburn University, the SFWS engineered the WLEM degree to provide a multi‐faceted, foundational education in wildlife, hospitality, and business management to support the rapidly growing needs of the consumptive use (i.e., hunting and fishing) outdoor recreation industry. Graduates of this program will be the next generation of managers for hunting and fishing lodges, corporations focused on hunting and fishing products, and non‐profit conservation organizations focusing on game species. This program is one of only a handful across the globe and will provide a unique opportunity for the successful applicant to further advance a world class educational program. This will be a full‐time permanent position (non‐tenure track).

Contact: Dr. Steve Ditchkoff, Chair, Search Committee, phone 334‐844‐9240, or e‐mail: ditchss@auburn.edu

Duties: The successful applicant will serve as an Instructor and Program Coordinator for the Wildlife Enterprise Management degree. In this capacity, the selected applicant will work directly with SFWS faculty, staff, and administrators, and other academic units on campus, to further develop, promote, and grow the WLEM degree. In addition to serving as the primary point‐of‐contact for the WLEM degree, the selected applicant will teach 3‐4 courses (e.g., Hunting and Fishing the World, Wildlife Enterprise Field Techniques, Sporting Firearms and Archery, Advanced Wildlife Enterprise Management) within the degree, interface with partners (national and international) in the hunting and fishing industry, and support the advising, recruiting, and marketing needs of the program.
Desired qualifications: Applicants should possess a Master’s degree in wildlife, business, or hospitality (or related fields) at the time employment begins. Candidates with a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 20 years of experience in the outdoor industry will also be considered. Candidates are sought that have professional experience in the hunting and/or fishing industry, as well as personal experience in and an appreciation of hunting and fishing. In addition to strong written and interpersonal skills, applicants who can demonstrate an ability to coordinate and collaborate with a diverse array of partners (university and industry) are preferred. Candidates should be self‐motivated, be able to work independently, and possess an ability to teach and advise/mentor students in an academic environment.

Link to more information: Additional information about the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences and its programs can be found at our website

How to apply: Applicants must complete the on‐line application at this link and include a letter of application, complete biographical resume, transcripts, and the names and contact information of at least three references. The review date will begin May 1, 2018 and will continue until a suitable candidate has been identified

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