INTERNATIONAL FOOD AND AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
Director, Food and Agribusiness Management Program & Open Rank Specialized Faculty
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As Director, provide leadership, coordination and instruction for the Food and Agribusiness Management Program in the Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics. Expected responsibilities include: Leadership in planning, online and classroom instruction, experiential learning and fundraising; Manage/coordinate student team competitions, international and domestic business immersion experiences, participation in professional society and networking events with industry professionals; Develop relationships and partner with firms to manage internships and student employment opportunities; Lead development efforts to expand the base of external support for student scholarships, classroom engagement, and experiential learning opportunities; Under the supervision of the Department Head, oversee the allocation and use of Program resources; Collaborate with the Department Head, faculty and program support staff in strategic planning efforts and the development of policies, practices, programs and initiatives that strengthen the Food and Agribusiness Management Program; and serve on Department, College and/or University committees as assigned. As an instructor in the program, teach three classes each year in Agricultural & Consumer Economics and have a three course release for their work as the Director, Food and Agribusiness Management Program.
Position: The candidate must contribute to the Morrison School of Agribusiness’ mission primarily in the areas of teaching, service, curriculum development, and student engagement. The candidate must be able to deliver excellent instruction, both in an in person and online environment, and to contribute to course and curriculum development.
Essential Qualifications: Master’s degree in business, finance, economics, or related fields with interest in agribusiness management. At least five years of industry experience. Preferred: Teaching experience. A Ph.D. degree..
For the instructional dimension of the position, candidates who hold a Master’s degree will be considered as an Instructor or Sr. Instructor depending on experience and qualifications. Candidates with an earned Ph.D. and instructional experience by the time of appointment may be considered as a Lecturer, Sr. Lecturer, Teaching Assistant Professor, or Teaching Associate Professor depending on their instructional and curricular records and potential to provide curricular and pedagogical leadership.
Application Deadline: July 1, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. for the (August 16--Fall 2022 start date)
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The Morrison School of Agribusiness in the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University invites applications for a full-time position at the open rank of Clinical Professor starting Fall 2022 to teach courses in food and agribusiness as well as business administration courses serviced by the Morrison School.
Essential Qualifications: The candidate must contribute to the Morrison School of Agribusiness’ mission primarily in the areas of teaching, service, curriculum development, and student engagement. The candidate must be able to deliver excellent instruction, both in an in person and online environment, and to contribute to course and curriculum development.
Application Deadline: April 18, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. for the Fall 2022 start
CAPE MAY COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
Tenure Track Faculty
County Agent III (equivalent to Assistant Professor)
This tenure-track faculty position will provide leadership and support for the commercial agricultural industries in Cape May County and throughout the southern region of NJ.
Basic Qualifications: Candidates for this positive must have an active research history and have earned, or be close to finishing, a Ph.D. in a related discipline.
Preferred Qualifications: Expertise or a working knowledge of a wide range of crops and crop production systems. Specific emphasis and expertise is sought in agribusiness planning, including agritourism and retail marketing; wineries and craft beverages; assisting beginning farmers; niche crop and livestock production; and risk and financial management.
Responsibilities: Coordinate implementation of programmatic efforts with fellow RCE faculty and staff to develop outreach/education methods and materials. Expected to garner external resources through grants and contracts, and alternative funding streams for support of the program. Participate in appropriate Departmental, Cooperative Extension, New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES), School of Environmental and Biological Science, Rutgers University and county administrative functions.
Start Date: Immediately
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