Assistant Professor of Agriculture StatisticsAgency
West Texas A&M UniversityDepartment
Agricultural SciencesProposed Minimum Salary
Canyon, TexasJob Type
The A&M System strives to maintain a competitive, high-quality benefit package to support the health and wellness needs of our diverse workforce. This includes comprehensive health and welfare insurance plans, additional health and lifestyle programs, and optional retirement savings opportunities. Eligible employees will have access to paid leave programs in addition to 13-15 paid holidays each year. For more information regarding the benefit package go to: West Texas A&M University: Human Resources Benefits
This tenure-track Assistant Professor of Agriculture Statistics (60% teaching, 30% research and l0% service) position is to serve the Department of Agricultural Sciences and the Texas A&M VERO Programs in the area of statistical and research methodology.
If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact the Search Committee Chair:
Dr. John Richeson
- Develop a strong teaching program at the graduate level in statistics and research design/methodologies which supports research objectives within both the departmental masters and doctoral program and the programs in agriculture, agricultural business and economics, animal science, and plant, soil, and environmental sciences.
- Teach 9 hours per long semester.
- Serve on graduate thesis/dissertation committees across department graduate programs.
- Engage in shared research publications with graduate students and faculty across the Department of Agricultural Sciences.
- Provide support to departmental faculty and graduate students in their research goals via guidance in experimental and social research design, statistical analyses, modeling, and interpretation of research results.
- Develop a research program in an area of agricultural sciences, including data analysis and modeling, which will lead to solutions for the agricultural industry of the Texas High Plains with the potential to attract extramural funding.
- Develop collaborative programs with scientists, engineers, and veterinarians in other agencies, universities and the agriculture industry of the Texas High Plains.
- Ph.D. in statistics, econometrics, or closely related field.
- Demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and service.
- Commitment to a systems and interdisciplinary approach to research and educational programs.
- Excellent computer, written and oral communication skills, and working knowledge of agricultural crop and livestock industries.
- Extensive experience in use of statistical software such as SAS, R, Stata, SPSS, etc.
- Experience in modeling agricultural systems.
- Interpersonal skills, vision, and the desire to establish working relationships with external constituents.
- At least one degree in an Agricultural field of study.
Applicants must provide the following materials in order to be considered for this position:
- Cover Letter;
- Curriculum Vitae;
- Three references.
Please attach all documents in the attachment box at the bottom of the "My Experience" page before continuing through the application. Please use the "Upload" button to add each document individually. All revisions must be made prior to application submission. If you need assistance with uploading documents, please contact WTAMU Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Texas law requires all males age 18 through 25 to be properly registered with the Selective Service System.
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