Short-Term Job Adventures Wyoming
Wilderness Medicine Instructor Training
Training is conducted in Lander, Wyoming. Educators will teach throughout the U.S. with an emphasis on courses in Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.
Are you a seasoned professional in the outdoor education, EMS or military special ops fields? NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute is looking for dynamic and experienced Educators to teach WFR, WFA and/or WEMT courses ranging in length from 2-30 days on a year-round basis throughout the US. Days are filled with dynamic lessons and exciting, realistic scenarios to best model the kind of medical situations you might face, whether you're an outdoor educator, guide or camp counselor. Applicants must possess several seasons of experience in extended backcountry leadership positions, a teaching background in either formal or experiential settings, and specific Wilderness Medicine and CPR certifications. Compensation includes $128–$237/day, plus travel and living expenses during courses. The next 2017 Instructor Training Course will be held November 12th–18th in Lander, WY with an application deadline of August 1st (there is a tuition charge to cover food, lodging and materials).
Staffing Special Projects Coordinator
NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute
284 Lincoln St.
Lander, WY 82520