AANIIIH NAKODA COLLEGE
Position: Hydrology Instructor
General Description: Aaniiih Nakoda College is seeking a Hydrology Instructor. The instructor is responsible for teaching students in classrooms and internship environments. The instructor shall assist with the recruitment and retention of students in this program. The instructor shall maintain competency and knowledge of current research, practice and trends in the hydrology sciences fields. The instructor shall actively participate in college life and activities. Benefits: Paid holidays, health, dental and vision insurance, 401K. Under the supervision of the Dean of Academic Affairs: The Hydrology Instructor shall:
- Teach approximately 12-15 credit hours per semester;
- Assist in the development and implementation of a B.S. degree program in Aaniiih Nakoda Ecology;
- Coordinate groundwater monitoring program;
- Perform hydrogeological characterization of reservation waters;
- Serve on management team of the Aaniiih Nakoda Nicʔ-Mní Center;
- Participate in Aaniiih Nakoda Nicʔ-Mní Center outreach and education activities;Manage and supervise students in internship placement;
- Serve as the academic advisor to students in environmental science and Aaniiih Nakoda Ecology students;
- Serve on the Curriculum Committee and other committees as assigned;
- Perform program annual assessment activities;
- Review Environmental sciences program and collaborate with colleagues for possible revision of the program courses;
- Supervise water technicians and student researchers/interns; and,
- Be willing to work with a full range of college students.
Knowledge and Skills
- Knowledge of and unreserved commitment to Aaniiih Nakoda College’s mission and philosophy statements;
- Understanding of general higher educational and vocational training;
- Express knowledge and experience in the field of hydrology and environmental science;
- Willingness to help promote and grow program;
- Strong understanding of community service instruction;
- Student advising and transcript evaluation;
- Ability to teach students to use various technologies;
- Gifts of teaching and leadership both in the classroom and outside; and,
- Ability to integrate academic and cultural understanding.
- Doctorate preferred or Masters degree required in hydrology/hydrogeology or related field;
- Two years’ experience teaching at the postsecondary level;
- Experience conducting groundwater research and/or monitoring programs;
- Experience performing hydrogeological characterizations;
- Knowledge of the people, lifeways, history, geography, and educational needs of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation
Salary According to the ANC Salary Scale; commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Submit to apply:
- 1) Letter of Application;
- 2) Current Resume;
- 3) Official College Transcripts;
- 4) 3 current letters of recommendations. Please have letters for recommendation correlate with the job you are applying for.
- Please send application to Aaniiih Nakoda College, Assistant to the President, PO Box 159, Harlem, MT 59526. For more information call 406-353-2607 x 222 or email@example.com. Open until filled
Aaniiih Nakoda College does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, religious preference, age, handicap, marital status, political preference or membership or non-membership in an employee organization except as allowed by the Indian preference provision of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
November 26, 2018/sf/mb