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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a SBN IT Lead. The SBN IT Lead provides high level leadership and management of technology operations for the Leatherstocking Shared Business Network [Oneida, Herkimer, Hamilton, Delaware, Chenango, Madison, Schoharie/Otsego Counties]. The position develops and maintains effective working relationships among Leatherstocking Shared Business Network (SBN) staff, including IT administrators and Executive Directors within the region. This position works in conjunction with Extension Administration IT and other SBN IT Leads from across New York State to lead the technology operations locally, regionally and state-wide to its optimal state. The SBN IT Lead exercises professional judgment, discretion, and confidentiality in leading the regional IT operations. Facilitates successful policy/procedure changes driven by compliance requirement or local/regional/state-wide need. Provides 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 Sr. 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.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a CACFP Program Educator. The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Program Educator II will provide nutrition education in Oneida, Madison and Herkimer Counties. Under the direction of the Health and Nutrition Issue Leader, the educator will deliver established educational programs at Family, Group Family, and Legally Exempt Child Care Provider sites on topics including, but not limited to: child health and nutrition, the importance of physical activity, and menu planning. This position will provide data entry and maintainance of participant data requiring confidentiality. The Educator will provide information to child care providers regarding other Extension programs, community agencies, and services, as needed. Click here to learn more and apply.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking an Environmental Safety Sr. Administrative Assistant. The Sr. Administrative Assistant will provide a wide variety of complex administrative and clerical support to the Lead/Environmental Safety Program of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County under supervision of the Environmental Safety Resource Educator. Click here to learn more and apply.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a 4-H Educator. The Subject Educator I serves as a member of the 4-H Youth Development Team to assist with delivery, evaluation, planning and management of the 4-H Youth Development programs. The 4-H Educator interacts with the public through group delivery of programs and through individual club activities. The individual assists the supervisor in activities to foster 4-H youth development with community leaders and to discover best practices and integration of new tools and materials with appropriate Association staff. Educator will provide educational programs in assigned subject matter areas. The educator will combine innovative and traditional approaches to provide Animal Science, STEM, Ag, Horticultural and traditional 4-H youth programming. The educator will collaborate with other educators in the Leatherstocking SBN region to create shared programming opportunities. Click here to learn more and apply.
Last updated March 20, 2018