CAFCS.org accepts postings for faculty positions in Family and Consumer Sciences or Human Sciences in accredited universities and colleges in North America.
The Oklahoma State University Department of Nutritional Sciences is seeking a qualified candidate to fill an open non-tenure track faculty position at the rank of Associate Extension Specialist who will serve primarily as the Community Nutrition Education Programs (CNEP) Coordinator. The individual in this position will be responsible for the overall leadership, implementation, and management of the SNAP-Ed and EFNEP grant programs administered through the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service (OCES). The ideal candidate for this position will possess extensive experience in developing, implementing, providing, and evaluating education programming provided through the Cooperative Extension system. This 11-month position (renewable contingent upon available funding) will start July 1, 2018. In addition to a competitive benefits package, the salary is commensurate with candidate qualifications and experience.
District Extension Program Specialist- Family & Consumer Sciences
Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service – SE District Office
314 Broadway, Suite 211
Ada, OK 74821
Job Summary: The Southeast District Extension Office is inviting applicants for the Program Specialist, Family & Consumer Sciences. This person is responsible for working with county extension educators, state specialists, and volunteers in providing educational leadership for all Family and Consumer Sciences programming in the district, including development, implementation, and evaluation of programs. Position is administratively accountable to the District Extension Director and programmatically accountable to the Assistant Director and state program leader for Family & Consumer Sciences.
The Director/School of Family & Consumer Sciences provides leadership to the School of Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
The Director is administratively responsible to the Dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and works collaboratively with the other Directors and Department Heads of the college.
The position responsibilities include:
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Kansas State University invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor position with exceptional potential in Career and Technical Education (CTE). Responsibilities include: Coordinating Career and Technical Education programs leading to 6-12 teacher licensure; teaching and supervising pre-service teacher candidates in EITHER Secondary Business Education OR Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) education; engaging in research and scholarship in CTE; collaborating with colleagues in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and the College of Education and serving as liaison to colleagues in the College of Business, the College of Human Ecology, the College of Agriculture, and the K-State Polytechnic Campus; serving the professional development and/or graduate course needs for the early career alternatively licensed CTE teachers and traditional graduate students; Advising graduate students in C&I; planning, writing, and implementing extramural funded projects; and providing service to the department, college, university, and profession.
The responsibilities of the Department Chair are to provide ethical leadership. The Chair is an advocate for the Department, manages operations including the budget, faculty evaluation, oversight of program reviews, building of the schedule, recruitment of faculty and students, serving on university committees, teaching and advising students. The Chair also strives to build community partnerships and alumni relations. Reports to the Dean of the School of Life and Health Sciences.
- Earned doctorate or MFA in Interior Design, interior architecture, or closely related field.
- NCIDQ Certification or eligibility
- Work experience in interior design, interior architecture or closely related field.
- Technological literacy in AutoCAD® and Sketch UP
- Commitment to teaching, scholarship, and service that is consistent with the mission of the university, "Education with a Christian Purpose".
Preference given to applicants who meet the qualifications listed above and have been exposed to family and consumer sciences theory with experience in teaching, program coordination and mentoring faculty.
Position: Lecturer in Apparel Studies Division. Full time, 10-month appointment, beginning August 2018
Qualifications - Required: Master's degree or higher in Apparel and Textiles or closely related field; preparation or experience in higher education teaching; ability to prepare and teach relevant courses in apparel and textiles; ability to articulate the intersections of faith and learning; and collaborative working style (strong communication and interpersonal skills) with colleagues and students. Desirable: Ph.D. or MFA (terminal degree); evidence of successful teaching experience in higher education; proficiency with apparel design/product development technology; professional experience in the apparel industry or collaborative relationships with apparel design/product development and merchandising professionals.
Position: Assistant to Associate Professor in Apparel Merchandising
Tenure track, full time 10-month appointment, beginning August 2018
Qualifications - Required: Earned doctoral degree in Apparel Merchandising or closely related field; established research agenda addressing emerging innovations in merchandising, retail management or product sourcing; preparation or experience in higher education teaching; ability to prepare and teach relevant courses in at least two of the following areas: apparel industry, retail operations/strategy, visual merchandising, consumer behavior, sourcing or international trade; ability to articulate the intersections of faith and learning; collaborative working style (strong communication and interpersonal skills) with colleagues and students. Desirable: Active program of research with record of research publications in top tier journals and external funding; experience in cross-disciplinary research; evidence of successful teaching experience in higher education; proficiency with retail or merchandising technology; professional experience in the apparel industry or collaborative relationships with retail/merchandising professionals. Most of these qualifications would be expected for rank of Associate Professor.
Position: Clinical Assistant or Associate Professor in Interior Design (FCS)
Interior Design Experiential Learning/External Relations Coordinator (ELER)
full time 10-month appointment, beginning August 2018
Qualifications - Required: Terminal degree (PhD, MFA or MID) in interior design, architecture, or closely-related field; professional practice/industry work experience, preferably in hospitality or health care; preparation or experience in higher education teaching; ability to articulate the intersections of faith and learning; collaborative working style (strong communication and interpersonal skills) with colleagues and students and commitment to CIDA accreditation. Desirable: Experience in supervision/mentoring of students; NCIDQ and/or LEED certification; study abroad experience; research and/or creative scholarship potential.
Clemson University: College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences: Food, Nutrition & Packaging Sciences
Assistant Professor- Community Nutrition
Location: 223 Poole Agricultural Center, Clemson, SC 29631
The Department of Food, Nutrition, and Packaging Sciences at Clemson University is seeking an assistant/associate professor for a full-time (research/teaching/service), 9-month tenure-track position in Community Nutrition. This individual will have a background in human nutrition or related field with a preference for applicants who have formal education and experience in any area related to community nutrition. The successful candidate is expected to develop a productive research program training undergraduate, graduate, and/or post-doctoral scholars. Teaching undergraduate and graduate nutrition classes fulfilling department needs.
Harding University invites applicants for an Assistant/Associate Professor of Family & Consumer Sciences in the Department of Family & Consumer Sciences. The position is a full-time, to begin August 2018.
Candidates for the position must have an earned doctorate in Human Development/Child and Family Studies with at least one degree from a family and consumer sciences unit; demonstrated ability to teach undergraduate courses in child development and family studies including courses required to meet the Arkansas Birth to Five Early Childhood Teaching credential; demonstrated ability to recruit, mentor and advise students; commitment to teamwork, scholarship, and professional involvement including attainment of the Certified in Family and Consumer Sciences (CFCS) credential and the Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) credential.
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