Teach and supervise students at the undergraduate and graduate levels;
Teach in French at the undergraduate and graduate levels;
Develop a research program in beef production and/or meat quality;
Assume equitable participation in the educational and administrative activities of the department and the faculty;
Participate in external activities of the university’s affairs to represent and contribute to the influence of the faculty and the university.
Must hold a Ph.D. or be on the verge of obtaining it (defended thesis project) in animal sciences, with a specialty in beef production and/or meat quality;
Must hold knowledge or experience to teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in beef production system and/or meat quality;
Must demonstrate excellent aptitudes for communication, as well as a genuine interest in teaching;
Must demonstrate a strong interest in research with grant support or peer-reviewed publications in the field;
Ability to teach in French* or to agree to do so after an integration period of one year;
Interest in multidisciplinary team working.
*Courses at Université Laval are taught in French. The position is open to Anglophone and Allophone candidates, however, with the understanding that a functional command of French must be achieved by the end of an integration period of one year.
Additional Salary Information: This is a tenure-track position. Faculty status (academic rank) and salary shall be established based upon the following considerations:
•Status (rank) based on experience.
•Salary according to the collective agreement in force.
About Université Laval
With Québec's leadership in the training of highly qualified professionals in the field of animal sciences, the Department of Animal Sciences at Université Laval is a partner on an international basis in the development and transmission of new knowledge and maintains a close relationship with the various stakeholders in the agri-food sector to meet the specific needs of animal production.
The Animal Sciences Department has 20 faculty members working in a variety of scientific areas related to animal production. The teaching staff contributes to the training of more than 400 students in agriculture and about 75 graduate students.