Learn about job opportunities with Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Learn about job opportunities with Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Careers

All applications for employment with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County and other county extension associations must be submitted through the Cornell University Employment system (see information at left). We do post available job and internship opportunities on this page when they become available, with links to the Cornell website, for your convenience.

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  • Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking an EWPHCCS Advisor. Eat Well Play Hard in Child Care Settings (EWPHCCS) is a multi-faceted obesity prevention strategy that educates parents, their preschool children and child care program staff on the importance of good nutrition and physical activity. The EWPHCCS Advisor will use existing evidence based curriculum to provide nutrition education in child day care programs in an effort to support families in making the healthier choice to eat better and play more. Programming will take place throughout the New York Central Region and may include sites in Oneida, Herkimer, Madison, Oswego, Onondaga, Cayuga and Cortland Counties. The individual will assist the supervisor with administrative direction and management.  *This position requires a RD.  Click here to learn more and apply.
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a Grant & Contract Liaison. The Association Grants and Contract Liaison will assist Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County in identifying sources of funding, preparing research and submitting grant proposals to foundations, funding agencies (ie: Federal and State government) and philanthropic organizations. Coordinate and manage the process for grants from proposal development through submission and award. The Grants and Contract Liaison should be capable of working independently, but also as part of a team, with the ability to manage timelines and day-to-day processes for the successful administration and delivery of grants. As necessary, work closely with Association leadership, the Community and Regional Development Institute (CaRDI), and other entities on campus and in the community. Click here to learn more and apply.

Last updated July 12, 2018