The position is a 9-month appointment and located on the main campus as a 9-Month tenure-track position including 50% teaching and 50% research.

The desired starting date is August 1, 2020. For full consideration, please apply by November 30, 2019.

Description
The Department of Agricultural Sciences (AS), within the College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Life Sciences (CAFLS) at Clemson University is seeking to fill a 9-month tenure track faculty position, at the Assistant Professor level. Clemson established the Agricultural Education program over a century ago and remains as the only certification program for Agricultural Education in the state. The candidate must contribute to a strong undergraduate teaching program and possess the ability to work effectively with faculty, students, teachers, and industry representatives with a commitment to a team approach to accomplish the mission of the program.

Teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels is expected. Teaching assignments are based on program needs, and the applicant's interests and professional skills. A share of the teaching appointment will consist of supervising pre-service teachers during the student teaching experience and teaching courses in agricultural systems management. Research responsibilities will consist of collaboration with program faculty and students, Extension faculty and faculty in other CAFLS departments. The successful candidate will develop and lead a nationally recognized research program, obtain funding via external grants and contracts, and develop a strong peer-reviewed publication record. Other responsibilities include advising students, serving on departmental, college and university academic committees, and professional committees, advising student organizations (Collegiate FFA), and participating in outreach and professional development conducted by the program.

Application Instructions
Please submit the following to http://apply.interfolio.com/71127: (a) a letter of interest with your's contact information; (b) three reference letters; (c) a teaching philosophy statement; (d) a research statement; (e) an unofficial transcript from all degree-granting institutions (BS, MS, Ph.D.); and (f) a curriculum vitae. Applicants may request their candidacy remain confidential during the initial review process.

For more information on this position, as well as the other open opportunities, please visit the NACTA Position Announcement page here.