AgNext is hiring faculty for Fall 2022:

AgNext Communication and Administrative Coordinator

The Department of Animal Sciences at Colorado State University seeks a Communications and Administration Coordinator for AgNext. The AgNext Communications and Administration Coordinator will serve as an integral part of the AgNext team. The individual selected for this role should have demonstrated ability to independently design, implement and manage multiple communication projects simultaneously across multiple media channels including social, video, website, e-mail. This individual will thrive in an often changing, dynamic environment where they will have a high degree of autonomy and accountability. This individual will also support administrative functions for AgNext including scheduling stakeholder meetings, expense report submissions, financial record keeping, and travel scheduling.

Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education in marketing, communication, journalism, or related field by the start date. 

For more information and to apply please click here. Applicant materials must be received by May 29, 2022 for full consideration. 

Admin or Research Professional – AgNext Research Scientist 

The Department of Animal Sciences at Colorado State University seeks a Research Scientist for AgNext. The position will lead independent research related to the sustainability of livestock systems. Such research will span a breadth of expertise and focus around translating theoretical science to scalable systems level adoption. PhD is required, including knowledge of concepts in experimental design and data analysis across livestock systems. Organizational skills, personnel supervision, group coordination and capabilities in producer outreach and engagement will be necessary.

Minimum requirements: Completed Ph.D. degree in Animal Science or a closely related field from an accredited institution by the start date. 

For more information and to apply please click here. Applicant materials must be received by May 29, 2022 for full consideration. 

Assistant or Associate Professor – Feedlot Systems Specialist

The Department of Animal Sciences at Colorado State University seeks a Feedlot Systems Specialist at the Assistant or Associate Professor level (tenure track). The position requires a strong focus on applied research and engagement to improve sustainability throughout feedlot systems. Candidates for the position should have expertise in conceiving, developing, and implementing innovation at the production level. The position requires a candidate with expertise in one or more of the following feedlot production interest areas: genomics, animal efficiency, nutrition, animal health, animal management and husbandry, animal wellbeing, marketing, feedlot business management, and environmental impact. This position is part of CSU AgNext, a multi-disciplinary team focused on sustainable solutions for animal agriculture. 

Minimum requirements: Completed Ph.D. degree in Animal Science or a closely related field from an accredited institution by the start date. 

For more information and to apply please click here. Applicant materials must be received by March 19th, 2022 for full consideration. 

Tenure Track Assistant or Associate Professor – Dairy Systems Specialist

The Department of Animal Sciences at Colorado State University seeks a Dairy Systems Specialist at the Assistant or Associate Professor level (tenure track).  With an appointment split of 30% research, 20% teaching, and 50% outreach/service, the position requires a strong focus on applied research and engagement to improve sustainability throughout dairy systems. Candidates for the position should have expertise in conceiving, developing, and implementing innovation at the production level. They will be part of CSU AgNext, a multi-disciplinary team focused on sustainable solutions for animal agriculture, and is expected to work with stakeholders using applied economic approaches to answer relevant questions for Western U.S. agriculture. 

Minimum requirements: Completed Ph.D. degree in Animal Science or a closely related field or DVM from an accredited institution by the start date. 

For more information and to apply please click here. Applicant materials must be received by February 27th, 2022 for full consideration.

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