Posted: 8/30/2016 (Employment)
The Extension Family and Community Health (FCH) Program, and the Division of Outreach & Engagement (O&E) at Oregon State University, invite applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, ﬁxed-term (non-tenuretrack) Extension Assistant Professor (Practice) position in social demography. The individual in this position will develop a statewide Extension program to study population dynamics in Oregon, and will work with colleagues in Extension and O&E to build programs that serve Oregon communities.
This position is at the rank of Assistant Professor of Practice, located on the OSU campus in Corvallis. The Professor of Practice is an academic series at Oregon State University that is expected to develop a creative, original professional program that contributes to the goals of Extension programming as well as the evidence base for eﬀective community programming. As a ﬁxed-term position, it is renewable annually. The position is not tenured, but it allows for advancement through the ranks of Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor of Practice, following procedures described in the OSU Promotion and tenure guidelines.
Position responsibilities include obtaining external funding and leading grant projects. At present, this individual will be the Principal Investigator for several ongoing grant projects (currently estimated at .35 FTE), which support 2.5 additional FTE.
Location: Oregon State University