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Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program Lecturer

The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at North Carolina State University is seeking a non-tenure track lecturer to take a lead role in the department’s Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program. The Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program includes an undergraduate Minor in Agricultural Entrepreneurship and an Agribusiness Clinic in which students and faculty undertake entrepreneurship and other business projects sponsored by businesses and other institutions. 

This position is non-tenure track teaching over a recurring 9-month term, August through May. The lecturer will teach six courses/sections a year and provide academic advising to students in the Agricultural Entrepreneurship minor and the Department’s Agricultural Business Management major.

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Assistant Professor – International Economics

The Departments of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Economics in the Poole College of Management at North Carolina State University invites applications for the tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of International Economics. The position will be split 50% Academic Programs and 50% Research. The Assistant Professor of International Economics will hold appointments in both departments. This position is part of an ongoing cross-college collaboration within North Carolina State University, aimed at expanding the area of international economics.

Responsibilities include establishing and maintaining a successful research agenda that produces publications in high-quality peer-reviewed journals; being an effective teacher at the graduate and undergraduate levels; supervising PhD students; and providing service to the department, college and university. Expectations are for the individual holding the position to teach two courses annually, at either the graduate or undergraduate level, depending on departmental needs. Senior assistant professors are encouraged to apply.

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Business Services Coordinator

This position provides and coordinates business, administrative, and fiscal services within the department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. Functions of this position will provide high level guidance to departmental faculty, staff and serve as an important link to external constituencies (such as industry stakeholders, alumni, and NC Cooperative Extension personnel).

The business services coordinator must anticipate, manage, and administer departmental business and fiscal responsibilities, communications, and events. Coordination will require attention to detail in report development and analysis; excellent communication of financial and business policies/regulations; and managing financial and business functions.

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Coordinator of the NC State Agricultural Business Management Office of Student Mentoring

The Coordinator of the NC State Agricultural Business Management Office of Student Mentoring for the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics will report directly to the ARE Director of Undergraduate Programs. The OSM Coordinator will work to expand, plan and assess the advising, career services and professional development provided by ARE. 

In collaboration with the ARE Director of Undergraduate Programs, the OSM Coordinator will teach/assist professional development courses (35%), advise students (35%) and coordinate ABM professional development (25%).

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Extension Assistant – Farm Costs and Budgeting

The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at North Carolina State University is seeking an Extension Assistant who will be responsible for the collection of agriculture production cost information and the development and distribution of crop and livestock enterprise budgets. 

This position will be a full time, 100% extension position over a recurring 12-month term. The extension assistant will report directly to the Farm Management extension associate and work closely with faculty and staff in ARE and other departments, county extension personnel and other organizations that support NC farms and agribusinesses.

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Extension Assistant Professor – Farm Management and Taxation

The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at North Carolina State University is seeking a non-tenure track Extension and Teaching Assistant Professor to take a lead role in the department’s farm management extension outreach and classroom education programs. 

This position will be split 70% extension and 30% teaching over a recurring nine-month term. The individual in this position will produce education programming through North Carolina Cooperative Extension based on their expertise in farm management and tax issues. The extension assistant professor will also teach two courses a year in the NC State University undergraduate Agribusiness Management program and/or the Agricultural Institute.

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