The UC Davis Nutrition Department is recruiting for the following positions:
Assistant Professor of Clinical Nutrition
Review Date: 12/03/23
The Department of Nutrition in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of California, Davis is recruiting an Assistant Professor of Clinical Nutrition with a preferred emphasis in nutritional biology and human research interventions in health and disease. This is an academic year (9-month), tenure track Assistant Professor position that includes an appointment in the California Agricultural Experiment Station (AES). Faculty members who hold an Agricultural Experiment Station appointment have a responsibility to conduct research and outreach relevant to the mission of the California Agricultural Experiment Station (AES). Participation in outreach programs and performance of University service are also expected.
Academic Administrator in Maternal & Child Nutrition
Review date: 11/03/23
This position serves as Director of the UC Davis Human Lactation Center, a fully self-supporting research, training, and outreach center housed in the Department of Nutrition, and Director of the Master of Advanced Study in Maternal and Child Nutrition (MCN), a self-supporting departmental master's degree program. Responsibilities include administration and management of programs, professional competence and activity, and university and public service.
Academic Administrator in Nutrition and Health Equity
The Department of Nutrition in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of California, Davis is recruiting an Academic Administrator with an emphasis in Health Equity. This is a fiscal year (12-month) position. This position serves as Director of the CalFresh Healthy Living (CFHL) Nutrition and Health Equity Initiative. This position is a collaboration between the UC Davis Nutrition Department and CFHL, UC which is related to the teaching, scholarship, and public service mission of the University.
Academic Administrators are appointees who administer programs that provide service closely related to the mission of the University. The Academic Administrator in Health Equity will lead the CFHL, UC Nutrition and Health Equity Initiative. The director will provide administrative and intellectual leadership and scholarship to the CFHL Health Equity Initiative. The Director's duties are largely administrative, although extension, education, and scholarly responsibilities may be assigned. The Academic Administrator oversees complex units with a substantial amount of independence and works closely or jointly with faculty. The Director will work directly with the CFHL, UC State Office and provide cross-organizational program leadership, overseeing complex program relationships with all CFHL statewide implementing agencies in the State (California Department of Public Health, California Department of Aging, Catholic Charities of California, and CFHL, UC), UC Cooperative Extension, contracted community-based organizations across the state, assigned staff, and partnering academics with a substantial amount of independence.