Faculty Positions for Teaching in Undergraduate Program at the ICARE/ATC

ICARE-Armenia/Agribusiness Teaching Center (ATC) accepts applications for faculty positions to teach the following courses.

  • Introduction to Green Economy
  • Agribusiness Management 

START DATE/ TIME:  September 1, 2021
DURATION: 4-month appointment (September 1- December 31, 2021)
LOCATION: Yerevan, Armenia
DEADLINE for submission of CV: August 22, 2021
JOB DESCRIPTION: The instructor will be teaching in a vibrant academic environment and will have the flexibility to introduce own initiative in designing the course structure.

Classes will be conducted three times a week, class time is 50 minutes. ICARE will assist the lecturer with relevant teaching materials and books. The research interests and initiatives of the successful candidate will be welcomed by the ICARE.


– Teach the course in English,

– Mentoring and advising of the students.

– At least a master’s degree appropriate to the academic discipline,
– Demonstrate strong teaching capability,
– At least 2 years of professional experience in teaching,
– Relevant industry experience is preferred,
– Proficiency in English,
– Excellent presentation skills,
– Excellent communication skills,
– High sense of responsibility,
– Good computer skills,
– Experience using Moodle platform.

Interested candidates, please send your CV and letter of interest to info@icare.am

The International Center for Agribusiness Research and Education (ICARE) Foundation is a non-governmental and non-commercial organization established in Yerevan, Armenia in 2005 by Texas A&M University. ICARE is an umbrella institution for the Agribusiness Teaching Center (ATC), the Agribusiness Research Center (ARC), and the EVN Wine Academy. ICARE has produced a number of research studies for its partners: the World Bank, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the U.S. Agency for International Development, and Germany’s GesellschaftfürInternationaleZusammenarbeit. These economic- and marketing-based research projects have been used to assess the region’s agribusiness climate as well as identify new opportunities for investment and development.