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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.
Cornell Cooperative Extension Oneida County is seeking a New Ventures & Land Management Educator. The New Ventures & Land Management Resource Educator is primarily responsible for the assessment, development, evaluation and delivery of educational workshops, trainings, and technical assistance to new and existing producers in the area of new ventures and land management. Land management emphasizes the process of managing the use and development (in both urban and rural settings) of land resources; which may include organic agriculture, reforestation, and grazing. The Educator works as part of a team, collaborating with the Association, regional and statewide professional staff and volunteers in the area of agriculture to meet the needs of the Oneida County agricultural community. The Educator will serve as a member of the Agriculture team to assist with the direction, management and coordination in the areas of agriculture programming and agriculture economic development. Follow this link for more information and to APPLY.
Last updated January 14, 2020