Essential Job Duties: The extension component of this position will support county Ag agents and Area Specialized Poultry Agents with extension backyard flock programs and commercial poultry industry. This faculty will play a significant role in providing health, disease, and biosecurity training to backyard flock owners to mitigate the potential contamination of neighboring flocks. The successful candidate will also serve as a liaison with the NC poultry industry, USDA, and NCDA&CS, as needed, particular on federal and state poultry disease issues, status, and food safety issues. Additionally, it is expected that this position will collaborate with departmental and other university faculty, county and area agents and others when appropriate, to optimize the development, implementation, and effectiveness of the extension and applied research programs developed.
The faculty member will be expected to teach at least two courses related to poultry and animal health. While these courses currently exist, it is expected the successful candidate will engage in course development activities in order to modernize course infrastructure and content. Courses impacted will be part of both the NC State Agricultural Institute Associates of Applied Science (AAS) Livestock and Poultry Management (LPM) program as well the Bachelors of Science in Poultry Science. At least one course will have a laboratory section that will also be developed and taught by the successful candidate.
This position supports the NCSU-CALS Food Animal Initiative. North Carolina is a recognized leader in food animal production. Agriculture contributes $84 billion to the state's economy and generates 663,200 jobs. More than 68% stems directly from food animal systems. Even more, if you factor in offshore marine fisheries and plant-based agribusiness that supplies feedstock. We can help North Carolina become the world leader in food animal sciences by coordinating new research with existing proven infrastructure. CALS has partnered with the College of Veterinary Medicine to lead this transformative initiative, and as it grows, we will enlist the support of our partners at NC State, other land grant universities, government, and industry.
Depending on qualifications and experience, the faculty member will be expected to conduct and/or collaborate on applied and/or basic research into factors impacting animal health, performance, and wellbeing.
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Minimum Education and Experience: DVM or Equivalent (per AVMA Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates). Experience working with commercial and /or private poultry flocks in an academic, research, regulatory, and/or industry role.
Other Required Qualifications: Applicants need to demonstrate an effective extension record of accomplishment, or potential to impact the poultry industry and private poultry owners through extension efforts, in addition to the ability to develop coursework and instruct undergraduate and graduate students.
Preferred Qualifications: Preference will be given to applicants with significant experience working with poultry in the field, that hold AVMA recognized board certification in a poultry specialty, and/or that have obtained a Ph.D. in Poultry Science, Animal Science, or a closely related field.
Required Qualifications: Applicants need to demonstrate an effective extension record of accomplishment, or potential to impact the poultry industry and private poultry owners through extension efforts, in addition to the ability to develop coursework and instruct undergraduate and graduate students.
AA/EEO: NC State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as an individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.
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