MENV regulary hires faculty, staff, and students throughout the academic year based on the needs of the program. Below is a listing of our position types, including the posting locations and application procedures.

FACULTY/STAFF
Job postings for MENV Faculty & Staff, when available, are posted directly to CU's internal job board and/or the external CU Careers website.

Environment and Natural Resources Policy

The Masters of the Environment Professional Graduate Program (MENV) at the University of Colorado Boulder is hiring a full-time, non-tenure track faculty member as a Teaching Assistant Professor or Teaching Associate Professor of Environment and Natural Resources Policy, who will teach and lead the ENRP specialization. The successful candidate will possess significant academic as well as professional experience in environmental policy, planning, and/or law, including public lands and natural resources, water, climate change/resilience, and other areas, with an emphasis on equity and inclusion. The candidate will have a deep understanding of the critical environmental and natural resources issues we face as well as the role of governance and policy in addressing them. MENV is also interested in candidates with expertise in climate change and climate resilience, and associated societal, regulatory, and governmental responses. The start date could be as early as November 2022. First review of applications is October 3, and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please view the position details, including compensation and applications instructions here.

Note: Candidates do not have to be lifelong academics. We seek someone with experience teaching and developing curriculum for professional education and/or professional experience in the field. 

Leadership

The Masters of the Environment Professional Graduate Program (MENV) at the University of Colorado Boulder is hiring a full-time, non-tenure track faculty member as a Teaching Assistant Professor or Teaching Associate Professor of Leadership. We seek a faculty member who will develop, teach and coordinate the integration of environmental and sustainability-related leadership content within the residential MENV program. This will include a focus on environmental justice, corporate social responsibility and environmental and sustainability advocacy. The successful candidate will bring vision, leadership expertise and an entrepreneurial spirit to contribute broadly to the growing MENV program. The anticipated start date is summer 2023. First review of applications is October 3, and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please view the position details, including compensation and applications instructions here.

Note: Candidates do not have to be lifelong academics. We seek someone with experience teaching and developing curriculum for professional education and/or professional experience in the field. 

LECTURER
Each term MENV hires Temporary Teaching Faculty to instruct one or more courses. These positions are part-time usually ranging from 1 – 6 credit hours (6% - 50%). These appointments are temporary in nature and for one teaching term only. The terms are defined as Fall Term, Spring Term or Summer Session. A minimum of a Master’s Degree in the course material is required as is knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to be successful in the role. Compensation ranges from $3000 – 12,500 depending on level of education, experience, and percent time.
How to apply: Please contact Joel.Hartter@colorado.edu for more information.

STUDENT EMPLOYEES
MENV hires students to assist with program administration and provide support to faculty and staff. These students will have the unique opportunity to work alongside faculty and staff and get an inside look at program operations. While each MENV student employee will have an individual set of duties, they will also share a collective set of responsibilities. As student employees positions become available, they will be posted below.