County Home Demonstration Agent Job Description Sample
Licensed Real Estate Agent | New Home Sales | Ventura County
ATTENTION LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALES PROFESSIONALS IN THE VENTURA COUNTY, CAAREA!
Are you looking for a new opportunity in the New Home Sales world? Have you ever thought about working with new home builders? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you could be a perfect fit for our company. We are actively seeking CA Licensed Real Estate Agents to be Real Estate Hosts for our New Home Builders in Ventura County, CA and surrounding areas.
A little bit about our company...Temps Plus specializes in mentoring and helping Licensed Real Estate Professionals realize their career goals. We are known for our successful placement of temporary and full time Real Estate Sales Representatives into the New Home Building industry. We focus on cultivating Real Estate Professionals and opening the door to this exciting and dynamic industry.
As an employee of Temps Plus, you are given the opportunity to work side by side with some of the industry's leading Sales Representatives allowing you to gain invaluable experience and exposure into the New Homes Industry. Temps Plus is able to provide you an excellent stepping stone into the New Home Industry and ensures you get started off right. Whether you are a new licensee or veteran of the New Home Industry, this is an opportunity you can't pass by!
Job Description for Licensed Real Estate Agent:
- Responsible for opening and closing new home community sales and model homes
- Greet potential buyers, provide information, and answer questions regarding community
- Cultivate rapport with potential buyers and assist with their home buying needs
- Hand out brochures, secure contact information for follow up, etc.
Upon becoming a new home sales specialist, you will immediately gain important career advantages such as:
- Field Experience to earn while you learn
- Stay abreast in the market, economic, and construction topics
- Network with influential industry leaders
- Placement assistance
- Errors and Omissions Insurance coverage
Job Requirements for Licensed Real Estate Agent:
- Must have a valid CA Real Estate License
- Have a flexible schedule and reliable transportation
- Be outgoing and customer service oriented
- Have a professional demeanor
- Strong communication skills
Required license or certification:
- Active CA Real Estate License in Good Standing
County Extension Agent - 4H & Youth Development - Erath County
Job Title County Extension Agent
4h & Youth Development
- Erath County Agency Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service Department County Program D08 Proposed Minimum Salary Commensurate Job Location Stephenville, Texas Job Type Staff Job Description
-Program Planning: 1. Responsible for planning with committees, task forces, groups, and organizations to conduct educational programs and activities. 2.
Develops comprehensive outcome and output program plans which address base programs, critical issues and clientele needs. 3.
Plans evaluation strategies for outcome directed programs and significant program activities. 4. Plans regularly with the total staff to coordinate programming efforts. 5.
Coordinates and collaborates with other agencies, groups and organizations to plan educational programs.-Program Implementation: 1. Responsible for implementing the planned educational programs and activities in assigned program areas. 2. Supports and assists in the implementation of educational programs and activities in program areas for which other staff members have assigned leadership responsibilities. 3.
Provides leadership or serves in a support role in implementing educational programs which address critical issues and/or emerging needs. 4. Identifies, recruits, and trains local volunteer leaders to enable them to effectively perform their duties while serving on committees, clubs, and/or organizations. 5. Utilizes a variety of teaching methods, strategies/techniques, activities, and materials in conducting educational programs. 6.
Complies with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Affirmative Action Plan of Texas AgriLife Extension Service in conducting Extension educational programs. 7. Works with and supports Extension-sponsored groups, such as 4-H clubs, Texas Extension Education Association clubs, and master volunteer groups toward the achievement of increased participation and strengthened programs.-Program Evaluation: 1. Utilizes appropriate evaluation strategies/techniques to determine the progress of outcome programs and other program activities in reaching the objectives of the county program. 2.
Utilizes evaluation results to make program revisions and modifications. 3. Utilizes evaluation data and program outcomes to interpret program impacts to elected officials, key leaders and stakeholders.-Reporting and Interpretation: 1. Maintains appropriate communications with county, district, and administrative staffs to facilitate comprehensive understanding of the county program. 2.
Prepares monthly, annual and special reports and outcome program summaries to demonstrate results of planning, program accomplishments, and changes in behavior resulting from the educational programs. 3. Conducts multiple interpretation events for county and state elected officials to report on program accomplishments and outcomes.-Individual Development: 1. Develops a long-range professional improvement plan with the appropriate District Extension Administrator and appropriate input from Regional Program Directors. 2.
Develops annual individual development plan which addresses short term professional improvement needs and career goals. 3.
Participates in formal and informal training opportunities to increase knowledge and skills and maintain technical competencies.-Office Management: 1. Maintains a neat office which facilitates effective working conditions and presents a favorable image. 2.
Keeps informed on Extension policy, research reports, and publications which are applicable to program responsibilities and position description. 3.
Participates in regularly scheduled county staff conferences to coordinate plans, activities, and joint work to promote staff teamwork and to make the best use of each agent's time. 4. Assists in the maintenance of files, mailing lists, membership rolls of Extension-related organizations, and inventories. 5.
Keeps informed on and complies with the Equal Employment Opportunity Program of Texas AgriLife Extension Service. Cooperates with the county coordinator and other staff members in the development and implementation of an EEO Action Plan for the county office unit. 6. Participates in recruiting, employing, training, and other related activities for secretarial and paraprofessional personnel the agent supervises or jointly supervises in accord with the policies and procedures of the Equal Employment Opportunity Program of Texas AgriLife Extension Service. 7.
Conducts annual performance review with each support staff member the agent is assigned to supervise or coordinates with other staff members with joint supervision responsibilities for the review.-Other duties as assigned. The responsibilities of the County Extension Agent are performed in a professional manner through coordination and cooperation with other county staff members under the supervision of the assigned administrator.Other
Ability to establish effective working relationships. Required Education:
Bachelor's Degree. Required Experience: None. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is a unique education agency with a statewide network of professional educators, trained volunteers, and county offices. It reaches into every Texas county to address local priority needs. Some of our major efforts are in mitigating drought impacts; conserving water use in homes, landscapes, and production agriculture; improving emergency management; enhancing food security; and protecting human health through education about diet, exercise, and disease prevention and management.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer. If you need assistance in applying for this job, please contact (979) 845-2423. Useful Links:
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Bail Agent Cumberland County TN
Career opportunities for self -starters. Local Bonding Company is looking for a Bail Enforcement Agent to help with our caseload.
This position is commissioned based.
- TAPBA certificate and card (can be obtain after approval)
- Valid driver's license and reliable transportation
- Any other certificates, i.e. handcuff, mace, taser, baton, if applicable
- Financially stable
- Able to stay organized in order to maintain client information
- Basic computer skills
-Professional behavior and casual business appearance
-Confident and discrete behavior
- Always able to answer your phone
- Be in court with your clients
-Data entry of clients
- Verifying warrants
- Communicate with Corporate office
- Apprehend fugitives
Candidates must be willing to travel and sometimes at a moment's notice.
Experience in judicial/retired law enforcement a plus but not required
Travel Agent Trainee- North Orange County
Creating Memories of a Lifetime!
The Automobile Club of Southern California is currently looking for energetic, sales driven, dynamic and highly motivated individuals to join our Travel Agent Trainee Team! AAA Travel Agents create unique and personalized vacation experiences for our valued AAA members. You will be part of a highly skilled team of forward thinking travel specialists who are committed to delivering "Legendary Service" with each member interaction. A love of travel attracts many people to the field, but to succeed a Travel Agent must be passionate about travel and the endless opportunities it brings to bridge history, cultures and cuisine. Successful Travel Agents must have a strong sales drive, organizational skills with an eye for detail, ability to multi-task in a fast pace environment, demonstrated proficiency in navigating computers and various programs; must possess good written and oral communication skills and the ability and interest to be in a continuous learning curve. For the right individual this opportunity will be a career path for future leadership opportunities. As you progress you will be evaluated to determine proficiencies in sales, customer service, administrative, operations, up-selling, cross-selling and meeting goals. Successful completion of evaluations may result in continued growth opportunities to expand into leadership as a manager. What does a AAA Travel Agent do?
Sells international and domestic travel packages including cruises, land packages, travel itineraries, air, car, and hotel
Eliminates the stress of planning a vacation for our members
Coordinates every aspect of a member's trip as if it were your own
Shares knowledge and expertise from personal experiences and/or education study trips
Develops long standing relationships with our members and builds referral and repeat business
Makes appropriate recommendations to ensure the trip experience is more than expected and tailored to the members expectations
Cross sells relevant products to enhance the trip experience such as AAA Member Rewards Credit Card and identify theft referrals Does this sound like you?
You possess a high level of integrity
You are driven by sales and exceeding your goals
You enjoy the ability to control your compensation
Travel is not just a hobby or a wish, it's your passion
You are a creative thinker with strong problem-solving skills
You thrive in an environment where multi-tasking is your comfort zone
You are committed to developing your sales skills, knowledge and expertise
You have the ability to work independently and collaboratively as a team member
You are self-motivated and fully committed to building a profitable travel business
You are and effective communicator both orally and in writing, with solid listening skills
You are computer savvy with the ability to navigate between multiple systems and web browsers
You have a strong and very comfortable relationship with paperwork and you are very organized!
Additional requirements :
You must have reliable attendance and good communication skills
A high school diploma is required, but we prefer a 2 or 4 year college degree
You need to be able to lift and move travel stock and other materials (up to 25lbs)
You must be available to work most Saturdays and some evenings to support goal achievement
You need to be able to pass comprehensive criminal background check and thorough hair sample drug screening
We prefer candidates with at least 2 years of successful retail sales or banking experience or a leisure travel agency background within a goal orientated environment
We prepare all of our Travel Agent Trainees for their new role by ensuring their successful completion of our Travel Agents Trainee program which requires some travel for training
Our Agents are more likely to succeed if they are proficient with various internet search engines, Microsoft Office and the ability to quickly transition from one vendor system to another while typing at least 30WPM
Benefits: + Paid holidays, vacations, and sick days
Corporate benefits for insurance products
Competitive insurance: medical, dental and vision after 90 days of employment
IATAN cards , providing travel discounts
Quarterly incentives for achieving established production tiers
Love to travel ? Personal travel opportunities at discounted pricing
extensive training to aid you in your career development through The Auto Club University
pension plan (after completing 1 year of service) with full vesting at the completion of 5 years
Paid educational study trips are available for our Agents to promote career development
Regular recognition through various company programs and
incentives for cash and prizes
- We encourage you to participate in our 401(k) Plan after 30 days with a matching contribution after 1 year If you're a "take charge" individual and want to learn more about what AAA Travel has to offer and how you can make a difference in the lives of our members, please submit your application today! AAA LEGENDARY SERVICE, SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF! AAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer The Automobile Club of Southern California will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories for employment pursuant to the Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinance.
Job:Travel Agency Sales
Organization:REGION FOUR TRAVEL (00624.05.1000)
Title:Travel Agent Trainee- North Orange County
Location:California-Anaheim (CA)-Anaheim (1022)
Other Locations:California-Anaheim Hills (CA)-Anaheim Hills (1037), California-Diamond Bar (CA)-Diamond Bar (1091), California-Whittier (CA)-Whittier (1016), California-Fullerton (CA)-Fullerton (1019)
Customer Service Agent Orange County Airport
OverviewEqual Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veterans Get on the fast track to a more rewarding career with National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car - teams that are committed to quality, innovation, customer satisfaction and employee development. We are a multibillion-dollar industry leader that is rapidly expanding and growing. At National and Alamo, exciting careers and opportunities are made possible, because how far you go is really up to you. It's a fast-paced, people oriented business that offers incredible earning potential and performance-based promotions. Our philosophy is to take care of our customers and employees first. We know if we do this, success will follow - for both our company and our employees. The Customer Service Agent provides superior, friendly, and efficient customer service at time of rental and return using the company approved sales and service techniques. Facilitates rental process; verification and documentation of all necessary driver information to provide for an efficient and timely rental and return experience. Pleasantly handles and resolves customer questions, comments, and complaints while working face-to-face in city/market locations. Performs all responsibilities with a focus on the wants and needs of our customers and in accordance with our Quality Standards. This Full Time Union position pays the hourly wage of $11.50/hr plus performance based bonuses! Schedule is based on a shift bid.
Make eye contact and greets all customers; identify and attend to customer by name, verify rental agreement and reservation, thank each customer at the conclusion of their transaction.
Answer customer questions and provide assistance based on each customer's needs and requests, by brand. In some locations, which offer both brands, this job responsibility requires keen understanding of the differences between products and services offered by both.
Ensure a pleasant, smooth and efficient handling of the rental for each customer by assisting in the exchange and return vehicle processes; review rental parameters with all customers to ensure a complete understanding of rates and service charges, verify return date and time on the rental agreement is accurate and reviews all charges at the time of vehicle return.
Prepare Rental Agreement Folder with all required information. Offer all customers assistance with directions, maps, local area information and appropriate service information.
Answer telephone in a friendly, helpful and prompt manner.
Work on behalf of the customer and the company to resolve issues in a fair and equitable manner to ensure continued customer loyalty.
Maintain appearance of rental counters and customer areas to present a neat, orderly and safe condition; ensure counter is stocked with appropriate supplies to provide smooth and effective counter service.
Assist customers within the queue to minimize any wait time and provide the most efficient service possible.
Must be at least 18 years of age.
High School Diploma or G.E.D. required.
Minimum of 1 year experience handling customer service responsibilities.
A minimum of basic level experience and understanding of a PC and Microsoft Office Products required.
Must be able to understand, read, write, and speak English.
Must be authorized to work in the United States and not require work authorization sponsorship by our company for this position now or in the future.
Apart from religious observation, must be able to work Full Time- 40 hours a week the following shift/schedule: Weekdays, Weekends, Days, evenings and Holidays. We will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories as required by, and consistent with, applicable law
CategoryCustomer Service/Support - Customer Service/SupportAirport / CityJohn Wayne Airport
Loss Prevention Agent - Cross County S/C
Loss Prevention Agent - Cross County S/C 33-35-37 MALL WALK
Yonkers, New York
Date Posted:May. 30, 2017
Job Status: Full-time
GENERAL SUMMARY: Responsible for protecting the assets of the company, including the employees through prevention, awareness, communication and deterrence. Responsible for making safe apprehensions through following the apprehension guidelines. Responsible for the timely training of all new hires on Loss Prevention policies and procedures. Work closely with store management to increase Loss Prevention awareness, maintain operational excellence and minimize the overall losses.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Contribute to shortage reduction
Work with store personnel to identify inventory shortage opportunities and recommend solutions
Audit compliance to physical security standards
Identify employee theft and assist with internal investigations at the direction of Loss Prevention leadership
Recover assets and / or make safe apprehensions following company apprehension policies
Audit compliance to company operational procedures
Participate in storewide and individual sales associate meetings
Ensure Loss Prevention Awareness Center is current and up to date.
Create and maintain awareness by promoting available resources (Code of Business Hotline, LP awareness center, etc.)
Participate in the on boarding process of new hires.
Operations & Safety
Maintain in store complete case paperwork, and ensure completion in a timely manner
Work with management on ensuring operational compliance
Serve with management to ensure safe work environment
Train and audit compliance to store safety standards (Code Adam, emergency exits, evacuation procedure, etc.)
Communicate daily activities to the Loss Prevention Manager/ Loss Prevention Supervisor / District Loss Prevention Manager / Regional Loss Prevention Manager and or the General Manager / Management team.
- Interfaces with Field /Corporate business partners (i.e. Human Resources, Legal, Operations and Employee Relations)
Knowledge, skills & abilities:
Excellent communication, written and verbal
Must be able to communicate with all levels of staff and management
Ability to evaluate circumstances and make timely decisions based on the company apprehensions guidelines
General operating knowledge of retail CCTV systems
Minimum educational level:
- High schools graduate or equivalent
Minimum experience: + 1-2 years or retail experience preferred
- State certification required, where applicable
Ability to work nights and weekends appropriately to retail business needs
Must be able to stand / walk sales floor for8hours at a time
Must be able to lift and carry 20lbs.
Regular time and attendance is an essential function of the job Gap Inc. is an equal-opportunity employer and is committed to providing a workplace free from harassment and discrimination. We are committed to recruiting, hiring, training and promoting qualified people of all backgrounds, and make all employment decisions without regard to any protected status.
Part Time - Ramp Agent - Eagle County Regional Airport
Responsible for providing ground support for inbound and outbound aircraft. Including baggage handling, mail and freight handling, aircraft servicing, driving motorized equipment, and cleaning of aircraft interiors.
A. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
• 1. High School diploma or equivalent.
• 2. Computer experience preferred.
• 3. Previous customer service experience preferred.
• 4. Must be 18 years of age or older.
• 5. Must have reliable telephone and transportation.
• 6. Must have valid driver's license.
B.PERSONAL AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
• 1. Treat all information as confidential.
• 2. Possess the tact to deal with all levels of situations, client representatives, employees and the public.
• 3. Must be able to do repeated heavy lifting (up to 70 lbs.) for extended periods of time on a regular basis.
• 4. Must be able to sit, stand, lift, and/or bend throughout shift.
• 5. Must be willing and able to work in a variety of climatic conditions to include extreme heat and cold (over 100 to below 0), including high winds, rain, ice and snow.
• 6. Must pass pre-employment and random drug tests.
• 7. Must be willing and able to cope with a variety of non-routine situations to include, but not limited to, early/late flights, weather and mechanical delays, passenger assistance including accommodation/re-accommodation.
• 8. Must be able to read, write, understand and carry out instructions in English.
• 9. Must be able to verbally direct in English.
• 10. Must be a citizen of the United States or possess the necessary authorization from the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS).
• 11. Must have clear driving record.
• 1. Handling and care of passenger baggage. Loading, unloading, transportation to and from various locations of the airport.
• 2. Handling and care of U.S. Mail, freight, express parcels. Loading, unloading, transportation to and from various locations of the airport.
• 3. All ground handling must be accomplished in accordance to customer and G2 specifications.
• 4. Must be safety oriented. Safety of personnel, passengers, equipment and aircraft is your number one priority at all times.
• 5. Operation of various aircraft servicing equipment to handle aircraft electrical, engine start, lavatories and water service, and deicing in some locations.
• 6. Provide safe guidance of aircraft to and from parked areas, taxiways and gate areas. Utilizing visual, hand, verbal and electronic communications.
• 7. Pushing or towing aircraft to and from designated locations on the airport.
• 8. Able to assist disabled passengers in and out of the aircraft.
• 9. Thorough cleaning of aircraft interiors, including turn and overnight as directed by company and/or client specifications and procedures.
• 10. Pull computer work assignments and provision aircraft as directed.
• 11. Pull assignments or work orders from computer, as needed.
• 12. Do all reports accurately and in a timely manner.
• 13. Must be familiar with all FAA/Airline/Company/Airport regulations.
• 14. Keep supervisor informed of needs and problems in assigned areas, maintain cleanliness of immediate work area and report maintenance needs.
• 15. Project a positive image and respond to inquiries from clients, staff and public in a courteous manner.
• 16. Attend meetings and in-services as required.
• 17. Utilize appropriate communications channels and maintain records, reports and files as required.
• 18. Must be attired in proper uniform and protective gear as directed by company officials and identification must always be visible.
• 19. Adhere to company policies and procedures and participate in achievement of company objectives.
• 20. Utilize company and client equipment, supplies and resources in a conscientious, cost effective manner.
• 21. Perform other duties as requested.
G2 is committed to employing a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, protected veteran status, or disability.
09-18 Extension Agent Agriculture/Horticulture,Natural Resources (Adult & Youth) Garfield County
Posting Detail Information Working Title 09-18 Extension Agent Agriculture/Horticulture,Natural Resources (Adult & Youth) Garfield County Research Professional Position No Posting Number 201700988AP Position Type Admin Professional/ Research Professional Number of Vacancies 1 Work Hours/Week 40 Proposed Annual Salary Range $40,500 - $48,300 Desired Start Date Position End Date (if temporary) Open Posting Date Open Until Filled No To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by 11:59pm (MT) on 01/04/2018 Description of Work Unit We are committed to increasing the diversity of our staff and providing culturally responsive programs and services. Therefore, we encourage responses from people of all backgrounds and abilities.
We invite you to review Colorado State University’s Principles of Community (http://diversity.colostate.edu/principles-of-community) that guide our mission and vision of access, teaching, service and engagement. Garfield County is located in western Colorado and is experiencing steady population and economic growth. The 2016 population estimate is 58,887 and the median household income is $56,590 with $63,909 being the state average.
One percent fewer people live below the poverty level than the state average. The oil and gas industry has been prominent in Garfield County. Other major economic contributors are tourism and agriculture.
The agriculture industry has seen an increased interest in small acreage and local food production. The communities in Garfield County (Carbondale, Glenwood Springs, New Castle, Silt, Rifle, Battlement Mesa and Parachute) have diverse economies, shopping opportunities and housing choices. The population is approximately 28 percent Hispanic.
Garfield County is primarily rural, with 60% public land. Outdoor recreation opportunities abound, and include hunting, fishing, hiking, rafting, biking, skiing, and other activities typically associated with Colorado. The Extension office is in the town of Rifle.
Rifle offers easy access to a major interstate highway (I-70) and is within one-hour drive time of the Grand Junction airport. To learn more about Colorado State University Extension, go to www.extension.colostate.edu. For more information about Garfield County Extension go to http://www.garfield.extension.colostate.edu Position Summary Colorado State University Extension and Garfield County are seeking an agriculture professional with the experience and skills to lead a diverse and inclusive agriculture, horticulture, natural resource and youth agriculture program.
The person will have a proven track record of developing and managing volunteers, building program capacity, creating innovative programming opportunities, and fostering both internal and external collaboration and teamwork. The Extension Agent will be an effective communicator with the experience and skills to engage with a variety of people and groups. The Garfield County Colorado Master Gardener program and volunteers will be under this individual’s guidance.
The individual in this position works as a member of the local county Extension team and as a local representative of Colorado State University. Required Job Qualifications • Bachelor’s degree required, master’s preferred. A successful candidate without a completed master’s degree will be required to complete a master’s degree relevant to their Extension position within 5 years from the start of employment.
Failure to do so may result in termination. • One degree must be conferred in agriculture, horticulture, natural resources, economics, business, livestock or a related field impacting the agriculture diversity of Garfield County. • Ability to communicate through teaching, public speaking/presentation and writing as demonstrated through application materials and experience. • Demonstrated experience working with people as individuals and in groups; ability to forge equitable and successful partnerships with other professionals and organizations. • Personal and/or professional commitment to diversity as demonstrated by persistent effort, active planning, allocation of resources and/or accountability for diversity outcomes. • Demonstrated use of technology in managing and/or delivering educational programs. • Must have a valid driver’s license or the ability to obtain a driver’s license or access to a licensed driver by the employment start date. Preferred Job Qualifications • Master’s degree preferred. • Demonstrated effectiveness in supporting a team approach to county, regional and statewide Extension programming. • Three years of applicable professional experience. • Experience in fund raising, grantsmanship, and cost recovery efforts. • Knowledge in the area of production agriculture, livestock, horticulture and natural resource. • Demonstrated experience in production agriculture, livestock, range, agronomy, soils, irrigation, natural resources, plant insects and disease. • Familiarity with small acreage management. • Experience or training in promoting, marketing or creating public awareness of programs/services among key community decision makers; • Ability to work effectively with the media including TV, radio, print and internet. • Experiences in needs identification, program development and evaluation. • Ability to speak Spanish Diversity Statement Personal or professional commitment to diversity as demonstrated by persistent effort, active planning, allocation of resources and/or accountability for diversity outcomes. Essential Duties Job Duty Category Program Planning, Development, Delivery, Evaluation and Reporting Duty/Responsibility • Develop and conduct educational programming in areas of production agriculture, horticulture and natural resources in response to local and multi-county needs. • Provide programming for the Colorado Master Gardener program in Garfield County. • As part of the Garfield Extension team, continue to develop and enhance an effective, educational, results-oriented 4-H Youth Development Program that supports the growth and development of life skills among both youth and adult audiences in an urban/rural environment. • Work collectively to develop, implement, evaluate and report impacts of countywide non-credit educational programming in youth development for youth and adult audiences. • Travel to and participate in professional development, evening and weekend events and periodic activities requiring overnight stays. • Effectively communicate and coordinate resources, research and programming with personnel/staff of Colorado State University and other organizations. • Identify resources (grants, contracts, in kind contributions, cost recovery fees, etc.) to enhance the program.
Manage county, area, state and grant budget allocations where appropriate. Note: % of job assigned to this duty may be changed as the program develops. Percentage Of Time 60% Job Duty Category Initiate and Develop Relationships & Partnerships Duty/Responsibility • Identify and build collaborations with other agencies and groups (public and private) to address priority needs, including the management of natural resources. • Support and build partnerships between CSU Extension and public schools FFA programs throughout Garfield County. • Build partnerships with other youth programs throughout Garfield County, i.e.
Junior Master Gardeners, Youth in Soil Conservation, and Colorado Mountain College. • Work effectively as a member of the Garfield County 4-H team providing leadership as appropriate, particularly in youth agriculture and livestock. • Develop and work with advisory groups and local leaders, and cooperate with Extension Agents in other counties, to assess informal education needs in the area, develop/revise plans of work, implement educational strategies, and measure and report programmatic impacts. • Develop strong working relationship with local Extension staff, university staff, local schools, county departments, community leaders, agencies and institutions to enhance local youth development programming. • Promote programming for diverse audiences and assure compliance with civil rights and affirmative action policies including reaching out to underserved and underrepresented audiences. • Maintain a close working relationship with Board of County Commissioners, including responding to requests for assistance. • Assure compliance with civil rights and affirmative action policies including reaching out to underserved and underrepresented audiences. • Develop and manage external partnerships and funding sources to support programming efforts. Note: % of job assigned to this duty may be changed as the program develops. Percentage Of Time 20% Job Duty Category Volunteer Recruitment, Development and Management Duty/Responsibility • Provide leadership for adult and youth volunteer programs including volunteer recruitment, selection, orientation, education and training, motivation, evaluation, recognition and support. • Prepare volunteers to take on increasing leadership, management, and public education/information delivery roles in support of Colorado Master Gardener programs. • Provide leadership and recruitment for volunteers for the Garfield County Fair. • Provide leadership and supervision for the Colorado Master Gardener volunteers in Garfield County. • Provide leadership and supervision for volunteers in 4-H related to agriculture and livestock. • Provide leadership and supervision for superintendents for the Garfield County Junior Livestock Show.
Note: % of job assigned to this duty may be changed as the program develops. Percentage Of Time 20% Application Details Special Instructions to Applicants For full consideration, all materials must be RECEIVED no later than11:59 PM Mountain Time on Thursday, January 4, 2018. Please submit the following to https://jobs.colostate.edu to apply: • Resume • Cover letter • Transcripts of college(s) course work showing degrees conferred.
Please remove all references to birth date or social security number prior to submission. Only one document upload is allowed, no larger than 9 megabytes.
Please convert all transcript pages into one PDF File to upload. • Please remember to include contact information for 4 professional references.
References will not be contacted without previous notice to applicant. • Special Required Documentation: o Statement (no more than 5 pages) of how you meet all the “Required” and “Preferred” criteria listed in the Vacancy Announcement. Please respond to each bullet point separately. Only one document upload is allowed, no larger than 9 megabytes.
Please convert your Statement pages into one PDF file. For questions regarding the application process, contact the Office of Equal Opportunity at (970) 491-5836 or email email@example.com. For questions regarding the job vacancy and responsibilities, please contact CJ Mucklow at (970) 846-2358 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conditions of Employment Pre-employment Criminal Background Check (required for new hires), Valid Driver’s License, Travel Search Contact C.J. Mucklow 970-846-2358 email@example.com EEO Statement Colorado State University is committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment based on race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or pregnancy and will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. Colorado State University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce and complies with all Federal and Colorado State laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action.
The Office of Equal Opportunity is located in 101 Student Services. The Title IX Coordinator is the Executive Director of the Office of Support and Safety Assessment, 123 Student Services Building, Fort Collins, CO 80523 -2026, (970) 491-7407. The Section 504 and ADA Coordinator is the Associate Vice President for Human Capital, Office of Equal Opportunity, 101 Student Services Building, Fort Collins, CO 80523-0160, (970) 491-5836.
Background Check Policy Statement Colorado State University (CSU) strives to provide a safe study, work, and living environment for its faculty, staff, volunteers and students. To support this environment and comply with applicable laws and regulations, CSU conducts background checks. The type of background check conducted varies by position and can include, but is not limited to, criminal (felony and misdemeanor) history, sex offender registry, motor vehicle history, financial history, and/or education verification.
Background checks will be conducted when required by law or contract and when, in the discretion of the university, it is reasonable and prudent to do so. References Requested References Requested Minimum Requested 4 Maximum Requested 4 Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Applicant Documents Required Documents
Special Required Documentation Optional Documents
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