Commensurate with training and experience
Proficiency with various analytic skills and techniques are necessary
as well as knowledge of meat science, food science and/or molecular biology
as it pertains to meat science. A Ph.D. degree with research experience in
Meat Science, Food Science, Animal Science or closely related field will be
required. The candidate needs to have strong organizational, interpersonal
and computer skills, demonstrated independence and confidence and
willingness to travel when needed.
Knowledge of the molecular influences, both intrinsic and extrinsic to meat
quality, safety and composition will be advantageous.
The successful candidate will be responsible for planning and conducting
data collection, analysis and reporting of research results through
publication as research reports and manuscripts in professional journals.
The successful applicant will work in the areas of meat quality, safety,
composition and processing. Other areas may also include but not limited to
animal growth and development, sensory evaluation, packaging and cookery.
The ideal candidate will also present research results at professional
meetings and conferences. Secondary responsibilities will be to assist in
research projects not under direct responsibility of the candidate. The
successful candidate will also develop, write and submit extramural grants.
Where To Apply?
This is a two year position and may be extended given suitable performance
and funding availability. Applicants should submit a curriculum vita,
statement of research experience and interest, and contact information for
three references to:
Dr. Fred Pohlman, c/o Hadley Twilley
Animal Science Department-AFLS B114
1 University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Office: 479/575-5634; Fax: 479/575-7294
How to Apply:
University of Arkansas
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