CSU’s College of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Animal Sciences seeks an Assistant to Associate Professor, Meat Scientist. Duties include 50% teaching instruction; 40% research; and 10% service, subject to final negotiation. Min. reqs.: PhD in Animal/Meat Science or closely related field. Read full job/how to apply by full consideration of 04/08/2019:http://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/65115. CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.
• Ph.D. in Animal/Meat Science or a closely-related field from an accredited
institution, earned by start date
• Demonstrated aptitude and capability to create, organize, and teach course work at the
undergraduate level in meat science and livestock production
• Evidence of excellent communication skills (written, verbal, interpersonal)
• Evidence of strong leadership and team-building skills that is commensurate with
• Demonstrated aptitude to develop, or evidence of, a strong publication record in
quality refereed journals that is commensurate with experience
• Ability and interest in advising and supervising graduate students and research staff,
such as research associates and postdoctoral fellows
• Experience competing on and/or coaching Intercollegiate Judging Teams
• Grant-writing experience suggesting potential for securing and managing extramural
research and outreach/service funding support commensurate with career-stage
• Experience in outreach and dissemination of research results. This includes strong
verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to interact with, and provide
education to, the livestock and meat marketing production chain
• Capability to collaborate on multi-disciplinary research and outreach projects that
serve the domestic and international meat and livestock industries
• Commitment to working with diverse teams and creating a collaborative and
Additional Salary Information: Competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications, plus a
comprehensive benefits package.
About Colorado State University
CSU is Colorado’s Land Grant University and the Department of Animal Sciences is responsible for educating approximately 900 undergraduate and 55 graduate students at any given time. The CSU main campus sits at the eastern base of the Rocky Mountains one hour north of metro Denver, and offers excellent access to transportation, all outdoor interests, and a wide cross-section of large animal production entities (i.e., beef, dairy, horse, lamb) and their trade organizations.