Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Cultivating Connections - 2022 AFHVS/ASFS Conference
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Assistant Extension Professor - Rural Sociology
Auburn University This is a 12-month non-tenure track position (100% Extension). The successful candidate will provide leadership for extension programming at the intersection of agriculture, organizations, and communities in relation to social and economic well-being. Qualitative and quantitative methods will be used to assess evidence-based outcomes that will inform solutions, program direction, and policy. Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated expertise and extension interest in one or more of the following areas: processes of domestic social change; inequality; food and agriculture; political economy/ecology; rural communities, including resilience and/or adaptation to climate change; and other environmental and natural resource challenges. Teaching opportunities (e.g., Extension Methods), may be possible upon agreement of the Department Head, the Director of ACES, and the faculty member, but teaching is not required for this position. The expected start date is Fall 2022.
Ecosystem and Business Development Manager, Japan Lead, Future Food Institute
Future Food Institute The main purposes are: - build community, connection, capacity and capability across the food ecosystem - develop complex innovation, education and community projects, be in constant communication with the strategic supervisor, and ensure high quality results This is a diverse and dynamic role where you will develop strategic partnership with major organizations and look for creative ways to add value to partners and their communities while driving FF values. This position works in synergy and reports to Future Food Institute, Japan Lead adapting FF goals and methodologies to the Japanese context. An ideal candidate will be: ● Have a deep understanding of Japanese culture and food ecosystem ● Have both experience and passion for food and sustainable food systems ● Have a business development, community, partnerships or strategic relationships background, demonstrating strong capabilities to initiate opportunities ● Thoughtful and flexible with great interpersonal skills ● Organized, methodical, and are aware of timelines and deadlines ● An effective communicator and a great listener
Work Experience: 5+ years Competencies: ● Ability to work within a self-directed culture and navigate ambiguity ● High comfort level in working within a distributed team ● Previous experience in managing complex projects ● Openness to feedback and critique from other disciplines and curiosity to learn from a spectrum of perspectives ● Clear and open team communication
Administrative Associate – S-SARE, Griffin
Southern SARE on UGA Griffin Campus The University of Georgia Griffin Campus has a position opening below. This is full-time, benefits eligible staff position with paid annual & sick leave. The position is listed with a link to view the job posting and apply. Please feel free to share with those who may be interested.
Agricultural Specialist – Griffin Campus, Field Research Services
UGA Griffin Campus, Field Research Services The University of Georgia Griffin Campus has a position opening below. This is full-time, benefits eligible staff position with paid annual & sick leave. The position is listed with a link to view the job posting and apply. Please feel free to share with those who may be interested.
Visiting Faculty - School for International Training - International Honors Program/SIT Study Abroad - IIHP Food Systems: Agriculture, Sustainability, and Justice
School for International Training School for International Training Visiting Faculty International Honors Program/SIT Study Abroad IHP Food Systems: Agriculture, Sustainability, and Justice
IHP seeks a Visiting Faculty member to join an interdisciplinary team of faculty and host country coordinators led by the for IHP’s Food Systems: Agriculture, Sustainability, and Justice program in Fall 2022 and/or Spring 2023. Each four-month program will take approximately 20-30 students from leading U.S. colleges and universities to four program locations to do inter-disciplinary study from a global comparative perspective. The tentative itinerary is as follows:
Fall 2022 (late August to mid-December): Georgia (USA), Ecuador, Malawi, and Spain Spring 2023 (late January to early May): Georgia (USA), Ecuador, Malawi, and Spain
Full details are available at the link below.
This position is still accepting applications as of May 20, 2022.
Apply for Visiting Faculty, Food Systems using the link below: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=094b78b8-9c3e-4fc8-b833-5fcb05de82e2&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=421589&lang=en_US&source=CC4
Joseph W. Lanning, PhD Program Director, IHP Food Systems Assistant Professor/Chair of Development Practice SIT Study Abroad | SIT Graduate Institute 1 Kipling Rd | Brattleboro, VT, 05302 | USA C: 585.747.1636