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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a Nutrition Sr. Administrative Assistant. The Nutrition Sr. Administrative Assistant provides a high level of clerical and administrative support for the Nutrition Team and the Association. This position is responsible for providing a wide variety of complex technical, clerical and/or administrative support including word processing, database manipulation, spreadsheet development and desktop publishing to create, edit, format and produce brochures, reports, office forms, newsletters, directories, and correspondence. Handle general recordkeeping and database management, performing routine data collection and compilation of voucher back up material for grant reimbursement. Prepare various educational materials and coordinate event registration and catered and non-catered events. Keep an updated program inventory list, track program equipment and monitor inventory to make necessary purchases as inventory is depleted. Work in collaboration with administrative staff to provide general office and reception support as necessary/required. Follow this link for more information and to APPLY.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a GHHI Program Leader. The Green and Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI) is a social innovation that yields high rates of return on the integration of energy and health-based investments in lower income communities. The GHHI integrated service delivery system has fast become a national model for health, energy and housing programs at the local level. The GHHI approach achieves multiple benefits, including healthier and more energy efficient homes, higher quality green jobs, increased economic opportunities for low income communities, and better health outcomes for children and families. These benefits are attained by leveraging the nation’s investment in weatherization, energy efficiency, lead hazard reduction, housing rehabilitation and Healthy Homes interventions. GHHI focuses on the reduction of asthma, lead poisoning and trip and fall injuries to improve health, economic and social outcomes for families, children and seniors.
The GHHI Program Leader will be responsible for ensuring the successful development and implementation of the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative at GHHI Utica-Oneida County. The Program Leader will work closely with the Lead Free Mohawk Valley (LFMV) Coalition as well as other partner organizations and agencies to formulate and implement GHHI goals, objectives, and strategies. The stakeholders typically involved in GHHI sites are diverse and include municipal and state governments, local philanthropies, community-based organizations, healthcare providers, utilities, weatherization, housing rehabilitation and lead remediation contractors, academia, and others. The Program Leader will work to ensure that partners most effectively coordinate and leverage their collective resources to ensure the success of GHHI Utica-Oneida County in part by facilitating round table discussions, leading educational work group initiatives, educating the community to ensure an understanding of healthy housing and environmental safety, and identifying overall training needs to ensure the success of the healthy housing initiative. The Program Leader will create local, regional and statewide networks that enable innovative shared programming development and delivery opportunities.Follow this link for more information and to APPLY.
Cornell Cooperative Extension Oneida County is seeking a Subject Educator I. The Subject Educator I serves as a member of the Family Development Team to deliver programming and assist with the evaluation, planning and management of Family Development programs to child care providers and parents in Herkimer, Madison, and Oneida Counties. The educator will deliver established educational programs to child care providers and parents on topics including, but not limited to: Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) guidelines, New York State Health and Safety guidelines, engaged learning environments, program organization and routine, parent and provider communication, developmentally appropriate practice, program development, professionalism and responsibility. This position will provide data entry of parent and provider data requiring confidentiality. The Educator will provide information to participants regarding other Extension programs, community agencies, and services as needed. Follow this link for more information and to APPLY.
CCE Oneida is looking to hire a short-term Garden Maintenance Instructor for the Spring. Using sustainable landscape practices, the Garden Maintenance Instructor will concentrate on renovating garden areas and hardscapes throughout our Parker F. Scripture Botanical Gardens and Nature Trail. The position includes working with middle and high school students from BOCES and other organizations to complete these tasks. Details for this position can be found here . Contact Holly Wise at (315) 736-3394 x 125 or firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an interview or for more information.
Last updated May 29, 2020