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The successful candidate will be responsible for the following:
Teaching (95%): Teach courses in an accredited dietetics program; topics include management of nutrition services, human resources, financial management and entrepreneurial aspects of dietetics. Teach computer-based courses focusing on spreadsheets for management functions and use of food management systems to reinforce concepts from class. Assist with other dietetics courses as needed with an emphasis on Medical Nutrition Therapy and interdisciplinary teams. Collaborate with Culinary Services and various food service operations while coordinating a food management practicum with an emphasis on event planning, recipe development, and food production. Serve as a committee member for Master of Science Dietetic Internship (MSDI) students and other appropriate masters projects. Teach an online graduate course in support of the MSDI program.
Service (5%): Actively participate in the Dietetics Curriculum Committee and other service to the department, college or university. This may include, but is not limited to, active participation in committee membership. Write letters of recommendation for students applying to scholarships, dietetic internships and professional programs. Represent the dietetics program by serving in professional organizations and attending professional conferences as needed and funds allow.
Masters -Dietetics, Human Nutrition or related field
Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion in teaching and practice. Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with a MS degree in Dietetics, Human Nutrition or related field. At least three years of work experience in the dietetics field as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. Demonstrated knowledge of food and nutrition service management software, such as CBORD; experience in teaching patients, clients or students from a variety of backgrounds; interest in utilizing a variety of teaching methods designed for student success; and excellent interpersonal, communication, technology and problem-solving skills.
Experience teaching in higher education. Management experience as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. Experience with CBORD; experience in coordinating community partners and recruiting practicum placement sites.
Required Application Materials
To apply, qualified applicants must submit an application at the MSU Human Resources website at https://jobs.msu.edu (Posting #617463) that includes: 1) a cover letter (1 page); 2) current curriculum vitae; 3) unofficial academic transcripts; 4) statement of teaching/advising philosophies, accomplishments and interests that highlights alignment with the position (maximum 2 pages); 5) summary of your experience with diversity in client counseling, a classroom and/or in your research endeavors, any experience mentoring diverse students and an explanation of how you will contribute to our goals of inclusive excellence (maximum 1 page); and 6) list of three references with address, e-mail and phone numbers.
Review of applications will start on November 12, 2019 but the position will remain open until filled. Earliest possible start date is January 1, 2019. For more information on this position, please email Lorraine Weatherspoon, committee chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Non-tenure Track Faculty Position” in the subject heading.
Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. Michigan State University provides its faculty and academic staff with a variety of benefits, which are among the best in academia. Among the most important are a retirement program, and health, prescription drug, dental, and life insurance coverages (http://www.hr.msu.edu/benefits/).
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As the pioneer Land Grant University, Michigan State University (MSU) has strong related programs, and is committed to linking food, water, the environment, animal health, and human health. Its highly collaborative and productive faculty provide a very positive environment for professional growth and program expansion. MSU is a diverse community that provides regional, national, and international leadership in research, excellence in teaching with emphasis on international engagement and online programs, and a strong extension program that partners with diverse stakeholders to bring science-based responses to social and environmental challenges.
The MSU campus is located in the city of East Lansing, adjacent to the capital city of Lansing. The area has a diverse population of approximately 450,000. Local communities have excellent school systems and place a high value on education. The region has numerous music and theatre offerings, with an active arts community that includes the Wharton Center for the Performing Arts and the Broad Art Museum.
MSU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The university actively encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans, and persons with disabilities. Job applicants are evaluated without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status. The University proactively upholds the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and provides individual accessibility plans to students and employees with disabilities. MSU is also proactive in exploring employment opportunities for dual career families, both inside and outside the University, and respects all family forms. Information about Worklife at MSU can be found at http://worklife.msu.edu.
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR), which houses the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition and Dietetics Programs (Didactic and Dietetic Internship), is committed to achieving excellence by creating and sustaining an accessible and inclusive culture that values cultural and academic diversity. We are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. The CANR is particularly interested in candidates of all backgrounds who are committed to the principle that academic excellence is achieved through open access and proactive inclusion.
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Internal Number: 617463
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