Lecturer/Senior Lecturer – Livestock Judging Coordinator
Department of Animal Science
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Texas A&M University
POSITION: This is a full-time 9-month, non-tenure track appointment (75% teaching/25% service appointment). Estimated start date is May 1, 2020.
GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The incumbent will be expected to advise, coordinate, and fund-raise for intercollegiate livestock judging and meat evaluation activities, provide undergraduate animal science instruction, including general animal science production systems and livestock evaluation classes and will also be part of the teaching faculty cadre to instruct students in new Animal Science Capstone courses. The incumbent will work closely with other Department of Animal Science teaching faculty to deliver the new undergraduate curriculum. In addition, the incumbent will assist with youth extension and livestock judging programs, and be active in the recruiting for the Department of Animal Science. The successful applicant will have access to all Department of Animal Science herds, flocks, and livestock facilities. The incumbent may also be expected to serve as an advisor or coach for extracurricular activities such as the Saddle and Sirloin Club.