Job Opening for Immunologist

Douglas P. Bingham dbingham at wtamu.edu
Fri Sep 22 16:07:31 EST 1995


WEST TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
Division of Agriculture

Associate Professor or Professor of Immunology, Health, and Management

   West Texas A&M University, a Member of The Texas A&M University System,
invites applications for the position of Associate Professor or Professor
of Immunology, Health, and Management. The University is seeking an
innovative and dynamic educator and researcher with a record of leadership
to develop a nationally recognized program in immunology/health,
nutrition, and management of growing-finishing beef cattle. This is a
cooperative program with the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station in
Amarillo and the College of Veterinary Medicine at College Station.

Qualifications for the position include:

   A Ph.D. degree in Immunology or related area and a D.V.M. degree with
emphasis on growing-finishing cattle.
   A superior record of achievement in University teaching, research, and
service with a publication record appropriate for an associate
professorial or professorial appointment; five years or more of experience
in conducting research in beef cattle immunology/health, nutrition, and
management; experience in research project leadership in feedlot animal
health; and a record of independent research.  
   A commitment to quality teaching, research, and service in beef cattle
feedlot immunology/health, nutrition, and management, and the Total
Quality Management and food quality and safety programs of the livestock
industry.
   Interpersonal skills, vision, and desire to establish working
relationships with external constituents in the beef cattle feeding
industry.
   Excellent written and oral communication skills.

   Applicants should provide a letter of interest, transcripts, resume,
and arrange for at least three letters of reference to be sent to:  Dr.
James R. Clark, Head; Division of Agriculture; West Texas A&M University;
P.O. Box 998; Canyon, Texas 79016-0001; Voice (806) 656-2550; Fax (806)
656-2938; E-Mail: jclark at wtamu.edu.

      Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue
until the position is filled.  Salary and benefits are competitive and
commensurate with qualifications and experience.

      West Texas A&M University, a four-year academic institution serving
the Panhandle of Texas and four adjacent states, is located in Canyon, 20
miles south of Amarillo.  About  6,700 students are enrolled in the
University's 120 undergraduate and 45 graduate programs.

WTAMU is an equal employment opportunity employer.



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