Unity College is accepting applications for the Adjunct Instructor: Environmental Communication position.
From Aldo Leopold to Al Gore, how humans think, talk about, and represent nature has had an impact on policy-making, natural resource management, and the place that nature has in our day-to-day lives. In this course students explore how people (including themselves) think about the environment, how that is used (and used against them) by advertisers, policy-makers, and opinion leaders, and how responsible environmental citizens can join (or resist) the effort to manage public opinion about the environment. Topics include environmental rhetoric, media and journalism, public participation in environmental decision making, social marketing and advocacy, and nature in popular culture and green marketing. This is a community-based service-learning course.
Requirements:Education and Experience Requirement
s: Must possess competence in the profession or discipline with the ability to effectively communicate training and subject matter to others. Instructors will hold the minimum credentials appropriate to the discipline, such as professional certifications or appropriate academic degrees.WORK SCHEDULE
: Temporary for the Spring Semester (January 17, 2017 - May 15, 2017). One class section available: Lectures Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 11:00 - 11:50am.
The college reserves the right in its sole discretion to cancel or reassign any course. Courses that do not achieve minimum student enrollment may be offered for reduced compensation.PAY/BENEFITS
: Not eligible for benefits
The college reserves the right in its sole discretion to cancel or reassign any course. Courses that do not achieve minimum student enrollment may be offered for reduced compensation.
An Equal Opportunity Employer, minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Unity College seeks to attract employees who share a commitment to the environment and to human diversity, and who have an interest in helping students develop an understanding of the richness and complexity of individuals and society. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com