Description: This is a ten-month, tenure-track position. The Assistant to Associate Professor will establish and maintain a strong program of research and/or creative endeavors resulting in peer-reviewed publications and/or juried designs; they will seek funding to support scholarship; teach undergraduate courses related to apparel design and product development;, recruit and mentor students in professional development and to compete in design competitions; participate in relevant professional activities; network with apparel design professionals; and provide service to the university, community and profession.
October 2015 Archives
Description: This is a ten-month, tenure-track position.The Assistant/Associate Professor will establish and maintain a strong research agenda with scholarly publications in peer-reviewed literature; seek and acquire grants/funding to support research; teach undergraduate and graduate classes in Nutrition and/or Food Science; mentor graduate and undergraduate students in research and professional development; participate in relevant professional activities; and provide service to the university, community and profession.
Position Number: 932064
The Department of Human
Development and Family Science (HDFS) at East Carolina University (ECU) invites
applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of instructor,
assistant professor, or associate professor in the program area of Family and
Community Services starting August 18, 2016. Review of applications will begin January
1, 2016, and continue until the position has been filled.
Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate and graduate courses; supervise graduate work; develop and maintain an active research program; secure external funding, and provide service to the profession, community, and university.
Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate courses in Retail Merchandising and Fashion Product Development and graduate courses in Apparel, Textiles, and Merchandising
Conduct scholarship in area of expertise and disseminate research in peer-reviewed journals and at professional conferences. Lead collaborative and experiential student learning activities including online instruction and web-based course development. Participate in committee work and professional organizations. Advise students. Serve as thesis director. Maintain contacts with industry and educational partners.
EFFECTIVE DATE: August 15, 2016 (may be negotiated for earlier)
Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate courses in Restaurant, Hotel and Tourism program with a focus on Culinary Services.
Conduct scholarship in area of expertise and disseminate research in peer-reviewed journals and at professional conferences. Lead collaborative and experiential student learning activities including online instruction and web-based course development. Participate in committee work and professional organizations. Advise students. Serve as thesis director. Maintain contacts with industry and educational partners. We seek a candidate who is committed to working with students and colleagues from diverse populations. May have an opportunity for department chair leadership depending on administrative/leadership experience. Tenure on hire will be considered with appropriate record of scholarship and strong record of teaching.
Position Vacancy for Associate Professor or Professor (Department Chair)
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
Southern University and A&M College, Baton Rouge, LA
Description: This is a full-time, 9-month position. The successful candidate will serve as Chair for the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences. Specific responsibilities of the Department Chair are to:
- Provide leadership in the development of teaching, research and community service
- Administer and manage departmental activities and programs
- Teach two (2) courses per semester
- Conduct research, engage in grant writing, and other scholarly activities
- Promote and sustain innovative productive interdepartmental activities
- Recruit and advise students
- Promote the department and its activities at the campus, local, state, regional and national levels through service on committees and boards, and participation in professional development activities
- Develop and manage operational budgets effectively
- Recruit and manage faculty and staff
- Evaluate instructional programs, curriculum development and oversee revisions as appropriate
- Assess and evaluate student learning outcomes
- Complete semester and annual reports (i.e. teaching load forms, annual evaluations and workload reports)
- Perform other related duties
Penn State Extension is pleased to announce the following administrative tenure track position located at University Park, PA: Assistant Director for Food, Families and Health
The position will lead family and consumer science extension educators in implementing educational programs and developing educational materials designed to help people make healthier food and lifestyle choices. The position is expected to embrace innovation and new approaches that enhance access to and value of educational products and programs. The successful candidate will also be responsible for EFNEP and SNAP-ED. The position works closely with other extension program leaders, district directors, and faculty and reports directly to the Director of Extension.
For a full description of the position see: https://psu.jobs/jobs Position Number 59047 or 59048Applications should be submitted by November 19, 2015.
Description: This is a career track lecturer position Group II (non-tenure track) in the Department of Human and Consumer Sciences values experiential learning, student centered educational strategies and strong teaching and service/outreach skills. The faculty member reports to the Department Chairperson. The successful candidate will be responsible for (1) teaching online and face-to-face undergraduate courses, (2) supervision of students in practicums, field trips or internships, (3) participating in curriculum/course development, program review and assessments, and Department accreditation activities, (4) advising and mentoring undergraduate students, (5) promoting program growth (e.g., undergraduate recruitment and retention activities), (6) serving as a faculty liaison in student organizations, and (7) providing service to the university, community and profession. We seek a candidate who is committed to working with students and colleagues from diverse populations. Evidence of successful college/university teaching experiences and ability to teach courses, such as: Community and Workforce Opportunities in Family and Consumer Sciences, Families as Consumers in Global Communities, Teaching of Family and Consumer Sciences, and Writing in Human and Consumer Sciences.