The UC Davis Nutrition Department is recruiting for the following positions:
- UC Davis Nutrition Department Teaching Assistant and Graduate Reader Application (2022-23)
Priority deadline is May 15th, 2022, but applications will continue to be reviewed on a space available basis.Must be full-time enrolled UC Davis graduate students.Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA.Good academic standing; not on Academic Probation.May work 15 academic quarters in teaching titles. Student employment is limited to 50% time during the academic quarter. On a case-by-case basis US Citizen and permanent resident students may work up to a maximum of 75% during the academic quarter without an exception. Students may work more than half time between quarters (including summer) without an exception.
Must provide evidence of employment eligibility (US Citizen, lawful Permanent Resident, eligible Visa status (J1, F1), Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA))
- Assistant Specialist in Cooperative Extension – Community Nutrition
Priority deadline is Dec 1st, 2021 (apply by this date to ensure full consideration by the committee). Applications will continue to be accepted until Apr 30th, 2022, but those received after the Dec 1st, 2021 review date will only be considered if the position has not yet been filled.
The Department of Nutrition, internationally recognized as a premier center of excellence in research, teaching, and extension, is seeking applications for a Specialist in Cooperative Extension (CE) to join the faculty at the Assistant rank in the field of community nutrition. The mission of the Department of Nutrition is to develop and disseminate comprehensive basic and applied knowledge regarding nutritional biology and the translation to improving human health, and to implement and evaluate nutrition interventions and programs for their impact on individuals, society and policy. A Specialist in Cooperative Extension (CE) is being recruited to conduct original applied research using innovative approaches and new technologies resulting in information that can be applied toward improving the lives of Californians with emphasis on those at highest risk of food insecurity, diet-related chronic diseases and obesity; and to develop an extension education and outreach program that extends information to toward various clientele (e.g., individuals of all ages, families and communities) including under-represented groups. The successful candidate will bring visibility and leadership to campus- and county-based CE academics and other researchers and educators involved in the study of community-based nutrition programs, policy-systems-environment change approaches, and innovative solutions for food-related challenges affecting diverse Californians. Research and extension outreach activities will be closely integrated with UC Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR), including county-based CE academics and clientele as well as campus-based CE and ladder rank faculty.