Employment Notices

October 12, 2016

Professor and Chair of Cotton Engineering, Ginning and Mechanization – Tenure Track

The Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at Texas A&M University and Texas A&M Agrilife Research seek qualified applicants for this position to establish an integrated teaching (45%), research (45%) and service (10%) program on cotton engineering. Applicants should possess an earned Ph.D. in Biosystems, Agricultural, Biological or other engineering discipline.  Candidates should have demonstrated performance in research, teaching and outreach suitable for appointment as holder of the Chair of Cotton Engineering, Ginning and Mechanization and demonstrated success in grantsmanship.  Additional expertise is desired in one or more of the following areas:  sustainable systems, supply chain logistics, air quality, post-harvest processing, machine learning, cyber-physical systems, big data analytics or bio-manufacturing. Ability and interest in directing research on cotton industry priorities is expected.  The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to both lead and collaborate within multidisciplinary teams and have excellent written and oral communication skills. Apply at http://greatjobs.tamu.edu, search for NOV #09873.  Please send an e-mail notice of application to the search chair, Dr. Sergio Capareda, at scapareda@tamu.edu.

E-mail only applications cannot be accepted. The closing date for applications is January 14, 2017. Texas A&M University seeks individuals who are able to work with diverse students and colleagues, who have experience with a variety of teaching methods and curricular perspectives, and who will contribute to the diversity efforts of the University.

October 12, 2016

Assistant Professor – Post-harvest Process Engineering – Tenure Track

The Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at Texas A&M University and Texas A&M Agrilife Research seek qualified applicants for this position with a research (45%), teaching (45%) and service (10%) appointment. Applicants should possess an earned Ph.D. in Biosystems, Agricultural, Biological or other engineering discipline.  Candidates should have demonstrated potential for leading a research and teaching program in post-harvest engineering.  Expertise is desired in one or more of the following areas:  air quality, supply chain logistics, machine learning, cyber-physical systems, big data analytics or bio-manufacturing. The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to both lead and collaborate within multidisciplinary teams and have excellent written and oral communication skills. Apply at http://greatjobs.tamu.edu, search for NOV #09874.  Please send an e-mail notice of application to the search chair, Dr. Sergio Capareda, at scapareda@tamu.edu.

E-mail only applications cannot be accepted. The closing date for applications is January 14, 2017. Texas A&M University seeks individuals who are able to work with diverse students and colleagues, who have experience with a variety of teaching methods and curricular perspectives, and who will contribute to the diversity efforts of the University.

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