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PEAC Outdoor Generalist

Primary Responsibilities:
 Teach 2.5 – 3 credits of skills classes per semester
 Organize and plan day and weekend trips for selected skills classes
 Be available to meet with students enrolled in courses if needed
 Submit a detailed course syllabus for each skills class assigned to teach
 Submit detailed information for all day and weekend trip (date, time, location,
transportation, expenses, risk management plan, etc.)
 Attend all mandatory meetings/workshops conducted by the Skills Coordinator
 Adhere to all institution and School policies.
Secondary Responsibilities:
 Submit grades to the Skills Coordinator in a timely manner
 Prepare lesson plans
 Authorize course overloads
 Provide students transportation to all off campus classes.
Required Qualifications:
 Outdoor Education degree, Recreation degree, or related fields
 Teaching Experience at any level
 Responsible, mature, organized, professional
 Competent to teach Kayaking, Hiking and Backpacking, Cross Country Skiing, Outdoor
Adventure, Rock Climbing, and Boating and Canoeing skills courses.
 Lifeguarding, Boating, Wilderness First Aid, Wilderness First Responder certifications

Fellowship Required Qualifications

Position Requirements:
 Outdoor Education Degree, Recreation Degree or related fields
 Teaching experience at any level

Hours per week: 9-12 hours per week and some weekendsTuition Waiver: 18 credits
Annual Stipend: $3000
Application Deadline: February 15

Contact: Dr. Stephen Coulon, Department Chair, Physical Education Health Education