Careers

Interested in working for us?

IIAD encourages qualified graduating students and professionals to apply for career positions at IIAD. Current job openings are listed below. To apply, please visit the Texas A&M AgriLife online employment system at greatjobs.tamu.edu. Click “search postings” in the left-hand column and select Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases in the hiring unit drop menu. You can also search by the NOV number listed with current open positions below.

Current students are encouraged to apply for internship opportunities that are funded through projects in the IIAD research and education initiatives. More information on internship opportunities can be found here.

Current Job Openings

Program Coordinator (NOV: 10134) – Works closely with the IIAD AgConnect Program Director and Program Coordinator in managing day-to-day logistical activities in support of specific large-scale project effort(s). Facilitates communication with program participants, including veterinarians, industry stakeholders, and government personnel. Provides customer support, assistance, and outreach to program participants. Assists in the development, review, and evaluation of training materials across assigned projects. Coordinates the management and distribution of program equipment and resources. Monitors and assesses program participant feedback. Assists in identifying training needs of program participants, coordinates training program schedules, and maintains records. Manages program databases and files. Assists in program-specific testing of developed technologies. Evaluates current programs against program goals and objectives. Identifies and recommends program improvements.  Learn more.

Student Assistant (NOV: 10120) – Assisting the Project Specialist in conducting evaluations of educational training methodologies in the EOS portfolio.  Assisting in the development of survey instruments: questionnaires, focus group/interview questions, etc. Assisting in the administration of surveys/interviews/focus groups.  Performing data entry/transcription tasks. Developing graphics and charts for reports/publications. Assist in the preparation of evaluation reports and/or impact statements to summarize findings of research. Learn more.

Student Assistant (NOV: 10121) – Assisting the AgConnect® Program Coordinator in developing training materials for AgConnect® mobile technologies and web-based dashboards. Contributing to the development of educational resources to enhance current AgConnect® materials. Assisting with logistics and collation of materials for all AgConnect® meetings, workshops, and/or exercises. Beta testing training materials and technologies under development. Updating AgConnect® program databases and spreadsheets. Learn more.