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 Administrative Assistant.  Provide clerical/administrative support to the Association. Responsibilities consist of diversified duties including: receiving and greeting customers and providing basic information on programs and events. Perform word processing and desktop publishing to create, edit, format and produce brochures, reports, office forms, newsletters, directories and correspondence. Work in collaboration with administrative staff to provide reception support as necessary/required.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.
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a R2G Utica Program Manager. The Rust to Green (R2G) Utica program integrates a full range of resources and approaches to resolve issues with a focus that implies multi-disciplinary approaches, sound research and community engagement. The R2G Utica Program Manager is responsible for connecting relevant contemporary research and practices emphasizing environmental, economic, and social interconnectedness, community development, placemaking and sustainability in R2G CCE Utica Urban Studio efforts. The individual will develop and implement R2G Utica based programs and projects as well as develop and advance the R2G Utica network with an emphasis on cross-sector collaboration, community participation, university-community engagement, collaborative projects and recognition. Additionally, the Program Manager will assess and evaluate programs, communicate evaluation results and make suggestions for programmatic improvements. He/she will be the public face and spokesperson representing, promoting and advancing the R2G Utica Program to its constituents including local citizens, policymakers, community leaders and decision-makers. The individual will assist with development of a R2G communication strategy including web, social media, press, publications, publicity and marketing of R2G programs, etc. The Program Manager will initiate and develop grant or funding proposals to secure additional funding.  Click here to learn more and apply.
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a full-time Environmental Safety Subject Educator.  The Environmental Safety Educator is primarily responsible for implementing program delivery and providing planning input for environmental safety educational programs. This position interacts with the community, especially those living in high risk areas, to provide environmental safety education and services specifically related to lead, lead hazards, and lead hazard control. Educational outreach will occur through delivery of both group/community programs and individual client assistance. The Educator assists the supervisor with program evaluation to promote environmental safety education and awareness within the community. Responsibilities will include residential assessments for the presence of conditions conducive to lead poisoning involving chipping and peeling paint, sources of lead dust, and adverse housing conditions, as well as the delivery of client education on the prevention/correction of such conditions and childhood lead poisoning. This position involves the preparation, handling, and management of highly confidential health and housing data, case files, and client information which is protected by law. The Educator will work with Oneida County Health Department personnel as well as organizations in the community that deliver housing, social, family support, education, and childcare services.  Click here to learn more and apply.
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a part-time Environmental Safety Program Educator.  The Environmental Safety Educator is primarily responsible for implementing program delivery for environmental safety educational programs. This position interacts with the community, especially those living in high risk areas, to provide environmental safety education and services specifically related to lead, lead hazards, and lead hazard control.  Educational outreach will occur through delivery of individual client assistance and participation at community programs as assigned. The Educator assists the supervisor and team of co-workers with program evaluation to promote environmental safety education and awareness within the community. Responsibilities will include residential evaluations for the presence of conditions conducive to lead poisoning involving chipping and peeling paint, sources of lead dust, and adverse housing conditions, as well as the delivery of client education on the prevention/correction of such conditions and childhood lead poisoning. This position involves the preparation, handling, and management of highly confidential health and housing data, case files, and client information which is protected by law. The Educator may interact with Oneida County Health Department personnel as well as organizations in the community that deliver housing, social, family support, education, and childcare services.  Click here to learn more and apply.
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking an ESNY Program Manager.  The ESNY Program Manager is responsible for providing leadership in program direction and management, assessment, development, planning, implementation and evaluation utilizing research and existing resources to create educational programs for the SNAP-ED Program, under the guidance of the Health & Nutrition Issue Leader. The individual will manage the day-to-day operations of the North Country Region Eat Smart New York, SNAP- ED (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education) Program, and other grants as assigned. He/she will develop and implement the marketing plan for on and off site education programs, and special events. The NCR ESNY Program Manager will provide the supervisor with program related information to assist the budget development process for the program. He/she will be responsible for ensuring all nutrition education programs and Cornell Cooperative Extension compliance requirements are met through effective management of program resources and staff. The individual will represent Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County before the public, community leaders, government officials and Cornell University in conjunction with program area responsibilities and will delivery education programs as needed.  Click here to learn more and apply.
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a SBN Finance Lead.  The SBN Finance Lead provides high level leadership and management of the financial operations for the Leatherstocking Shared Business Network [Oneida, Delaware, Herkimer, Hamilton, Chenango, Madison, Schoharie/Otsego Counties]. The position develops and maintains effective working relationships among Leatherstocking Shared Business Network staff, including Finance Staff and Executive Directors within the region. This position works in conjunction with Extension Administration Finance and other Shared Business Network Finance (SBN FIN) Leads from across New York State to lead financial operations locally, regionally and state-wide to its optimal state. The SBN FIN Lead exercises professional judgment, discretion, and confidentiality in oversight of the financial operations within the region. Ensure a successful policy/procedure change driven by compliance requirement or local/regional/state-wide need. Provide leadership to implement system-wide initiatives at a regional level, and remain consistent with Extension Administration guidance.  Click here to learn more and apply.
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension of Hamilton County is seeking a Senior Issue Leader. Responsible for providing overall strategic leadership and management of the planning, development, coordination, implementation and evaluation of educational programs and supervision of staff and volunteers in CCEHC’s program areas: Community & Economic Vitality, Nutrition & Healthy Families, and Natural Resources. The Senior Issue Leader works directly with staff and the Board to develop strategic alliances across multiple program areas to leverage staff strengths and community resources to fulfill the Association Plan of Work and to meet community needs. Click here to learn more and apply.

Last updated November 8, 2017