Postions Announcement - Posted on 3/27/2013

Position Announcement: Assistant Professor of Rangeland Resource Management

Organization:    Department of Agricultural Sciences West Texas A&M and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension

Location:            Canyon, TX

Description:  Position Description:
The Department of Agricultural Sciences at West Texas A&M University and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service are seeking an Assistant Professor of Range Science to develop an effective and productive teaching, research (60%) and extension program (40%) in the Texas High Plains. This full time (12 month) tenure track position at West Texas A&M University has been created to attract and support an outstanding faculty member with responsibilities in teaching/extension/research supportive of the rangeland industry in the Texas Panhandle and Great Plains.  It is expected that this position will develop programs supporting the department and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension and the ranching/wildlife constituents in the areas of teaching, development and delivery of extension programs to the ranching/wildlife management community and applied research (rangeland resource/grassland management). 
This is a 12 month tenure track appointment with the Extension responsibilities requiring some weekday, evening and weekend commitments in support of the agency’s duties at the county and state level.  Funding will be provided to the position for a graduate student (M.S. or Ph.D. level) to assist in conducting research and delivering extension programs.
Supervision of this position will include annual evaluation conducted by the Department Head of Agricultural Sciences Department at West Texas A&M and the Department Head (or Associate Department Head) of Extension Ecosystem Sciences and Management Texas A&M University.
Responsibilities will include:




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