Overview

Teach various undergraduate courses and labs. These may include courses such as experiential education, adventure skills I & II, wilderness first responder, outdoor program design, outdoor Christian Leadership, along with other courses as needed. Other responsibilities include supporting the Kentucky Outdoor Institute throughout the year. Participate in campus, university, and community service activities and professional organizations.

Tagged as: Administrative Staff, Backcountry Skills, Climbing Skills, Full Time, Instruction and Guiding, Support Staff, Teaching/Education

Qualifications:

A minimum of a masters degree in adventure leadership, outdoor recreation or a closely related field required. Commitment to high-quality instruction in a student-centered Christian environment is required. Prior college-level teaching experience in both classroom and adventure environments preferred. Wilderness First Responder preferred.

Required Skills:

Good communication, understanding and practice of servant leadership

Preferred Skills:

Experience leading various adventure trips (backpacking, climbing, canoeing, etc. ), experience leading challenge course programs,

About Asbury University

Asbury University is a private, Christian, liberal arts institution, providing academic excellence in a context of spiritual vitality.

The Kentucky Outdoor Institute (KOI) at Asbury University offers programming for the public and Asbury community, with the purpose of growing individuals and teams in and through outdoor and adventure experiences.

Operating as an academic major and minor for students at Asbury and an instructional outfitter for the public, KOI’s primary goal is to educate. Whether guests want to learn to be a better rock climber or lead their organization to success, KOI’s fully customizable programs fit every need and skill level.

The adventure education technique uses an experiential learning approach — indoors or outdoors — that puts individuals and groups into situations with uncertain outcomes that allow them to struggle with problems, engage creative solutions and use trial and error.

Application Instructions

https://www.asbury.edu/about/offices/human-resources/jobs/postings/124408/ Questions may be directed to Dr. Vinson H. Sutlive, Dean of the Shaw School of Sciences, Asbury University [email protected].