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Ag Education Vacancy: John Wood Community College - Agricultural Sciences Instructor

Tuesday, October 09, 2018

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This is a full-time, tenure track, bargaining unit position and is located at the Agriculture Educational Center. Position begins as early as Spring 2019, no later than Fall 2019.


This position is responsible for 15 credit hours per semester of teaching and other duties as assigned. Classes may include any of the topics listed below:

  • Animal Sciences
  • Crop and Soil Sciences
  • Agriculture Business and Economics
  • Livestock Evaluation
  • Internship Supervision

Responsibilities may include some industry organization membership, curriculum review, program promotion, and participation in systematic planning and program evaluation.

Requires a Master’s degree in Agriculture or a Master’s degree with 18 hours of coursework in agriculture. Candidates with an undergraduate degree or higher, willing to pursue either a Master’s degree in Agriculture or 18 hours of Agriculture coursework, will also be considered. Teaching experience is preferred and related work experience is beneficial.

Salary commensurate with education and experience.

JWCC offers a competitive benefits package, which includes health, dental, vision, and prescription insurance, sick days, personal days, tuition waivers for employee and family, and State University Retirement System.

How to apply
To receive full consideration, email a JWCC application, cover letter, résumé, and copies of transcripts by Monday, October 22nd to or submit online here. Position will remain open until filled.


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