Job Opportunities

The UC Davis Nutrition Department is recruiting for the following positions:

  • Nutrition Department TA/Reader Positions 2018-2019
    Eligibility & Restrictions for these positions include: 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 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)).

The UC Davis Plant Sciences Department is recruiting for the following position focused on connecting agriculture and nutrition:

  • Assistant/Associate Professor of Crop Improvement for Human and Animal Nutrition

    The Department of Plant Sciences in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) at the University of California, Davis is recruiting an Assistant/Associate Professor of Crop Improvement for Human and Animal Nutrition. The position is one of three positions sought to explore critical linkages between food production, food consumption, and nutrition of animals and human populations. This is an academic year (9-month), tenure track, Assistant/Associate Professor position that includes the expectation of mission-oriented research and outreach relevant to the California Agricultural Experiment Station (AES). The successful candidate is expected to collaborate with existing departmental colleagues with expertise in soil, water and atmospheric sciences and specifically with other colleagues in the Animal Science, Plant Sciences and Nutrition departments as part of the College Integrated Research and Education (CIRE-1) proposal entitled “Strengthening the Linkages between Agriculture and Nutrition. [more]