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

Extension Program Specialist (NOV: 10421) – Provide support for Veterinary Science Certificate Program (VSCP) workshops and contests. Support implementation of the Veterinary Science Certificate Program.
Develop and oversee summer contests. Assist in the updates and revisions of Veterinary Science Certificate Program curriculum and products. Provide support for veterinary science skill-a-thon and career days. Provide development of resources and materials for new curriculum tracks for the Veterinary Science Certificate Program. Support ongoing educational efforts in the veterinary science, laboratory science, and one health science curriculum within the Veterinary Science Certificate Program. Responsible for website maintenance and update of information related to veterinary science. Provide development of educational competency videos (i.e., you tube) for inclusion into the Veterinary Science Certificate Program. Oversee the continuing education program for the Veterinary Science Certificate Program. Facilitate enrollment of onboarding and processing of new Veterinary Science Certificate Program clientele. Disseminate information regarding the Veterinary Science Certificate Program to potential and existing partners through community presence, community and regional events, strategic communication efforts, conferences/events, AgriLife Extension programs etc.  Learn more.