Learn about job opportunities with Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Learn about job opportunities with Cornell Cooperative Extension.


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.


  • Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a Registered Dietician (RD). The RD is for an immediate temporary position opening with the Eat Well Play Hard program. This RD will provided 16 week nutrition education workshops in designated Day Care Centers in Oneida, Herkimer and Oswego Counties. The RD will provide educational sessions and food demonstrations to parents, their preschool children and child care program staff. The person hired for this temporary position will have the opportunity to apply for a permanent RD position during the late summer of 2018. Details can be found here . Submit cover letters and resumes to Carol Watkins at cap49@cornell.edu
  • 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 an ESNY Nutrition Assistant. The ESNY Nutrition Assistant position will implement public education to improve healthy food and lifestyle choices among limited resource families and individuals encompassing all age groups in various locations throughout the North Country Region. Under the direction of the Program Manager and ESNY Senior Nutritionist, the educator will teach nutrition education with a focus on general nutrition, food preparation, food safety and food budgeting to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) eligible or SNAP recipients via workshops, events or food demonstrations. Nutrition education may take place at a variety of locations including but not limited to County agencies, libraries, schools and community agencies. This position may provide data entry and management of participant data, requiring confidentiality. The educator embraces the Skills for Success, demonstrating inclusiveness, adaptability, self-development, communication skills, teamwork, service mindedness, stewardship and motivation.  Click here to learn more and apply. 
  • 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 Madison County is seeking a Finance Coordinator. The Finance Coordinator works under the supervision of the Executive Director to manage, coordinate, and assist in planning for the financial functions for CCE Madison County. As an Association Finance Coordinator, this position will be responsible for working in a fund accounting system involving accounts payable, accounts receivable, and submission of vouchers for contracted programs and grants. This position also involves planning and forecasting operating budgets as well as applicable grant budgets.
    The individual will serve as the local Association finance contact for the regional Shared Business Network (SBN). This position works closely with the Executive Director and the SBN Finance Lead to ensure the financial and employee timekeeping needs of the Association are met in a timely and efficient manner. The Finance Coordinator works with the SBN Lead to prepare monthly, quarterly and annual financial statement, year-end closing and tax forms.  Click here to learn more and apply.

Last updated May 10, 2018