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Frostburg State University, Department of Kinesiology and Recreation, seeks applications for a full-time contractual faculty position to assist in a new Adventure Sports major offered in collaboration with Garrett College. This non-tenure-track position at the rank of Lecturer will begin Fall 2016. Salary commensurate with experience.
Responsibilities: Primarily teach undergraduate core courses in the FSU Adventure Sports program on the Garrett College campus in McHenry, Maryland. Emphasis is on the topic areas of risk management, expedition planning, entrepreneurship, career development, outdoor education, and the LIFE program (a semester of block courses that may require extended field trips). Specific courses taught will depend on qualifications of the selected candidate. Teaching courses in the Recreation and Parks Management program on the FSU main campus in Frostburg, Maryland also may be required. Duties will include student advising, professional development activities, and service to the Department, College of Education, and community at both campuses.
Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in Adventure Sports, Recreation and Parks Management, or related field. At least one advanced degree (Bachelor’s or higher) must meet Council on Accreditation of Parks, Recreation, Tourism, and Related Professions (COAPRT) academic accreditation standards.
Preferred Qualifications: Earned doctorate. Previous university-level teaching experience of core courses. Professional experience in the adventure sports field.
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