|Department||Recreational Services/Student Life|
|Working Title||Adjunct Instructor of Rock Climbing|
Lifetime Leisure Skills Department
Adjunct Instructor of Rock Climbing
Description of Position
Instruct, guide, and evaluate students enrolled in the LLS:1200 Introduction to Rock Climbing course.
Relevant education and experience in rock climbing; technical proficiency in anchor building, top rope climbing, and lead climbing (sport – single pitch); proficiency in proper use and care of climbing and climbing related equipment; previous experience in instruction of rock climbing
Must be comfortable working at heights up to – and, potentially, in excess of – 50 vertical feet
Must be able to lead climb (sport) a single pitch of 5.8 or higher in difficulty
Wilderness First Aid certification or higher (or ability to obtain prior to courses beginning)
CPR/First Aid/AED certification or higher (or ability to obtain prior to courses beginning)
Effective Communication Skills:
Collaboration and Embracing Diversity:
Successfully pass a criminal background check.
Successfully pass a driving history review and complete required driver safety courses.
Ability to use independent judgement and possess strong problem-solving skills.
Bachelor’s degree in outdoor recreation, recreation management/administration, or related field of study
Relevant experience teaching in a post-secondary setting and coordinating academic course curricula
Advanced to Expert level experience in practicing and teaching rock climbing
Single Pitch Instructor certification from a reputable agency such as AMGA or PCIA
Wilderness First Responder certification from a reputable agency such as WMI of NOLS, WMA, or SOLO
|Application Instructions||Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.|
|Ad Start Date||08/10/2018|
|Ad End Date||08/15/2018|