Director Extension Work Job Description Sample
14-18 Extension Director And Agent, 4-H Youth Development, Agriculture And Horticulture, Moffat County
To provide leadership and organization in the development, implementation, evaluation, and reporting of educational programs in 4-H Youth Development, agriculture, and horticulture focusing on Moffat County and assisting other counties as appropriate. CSU Extension Agents throughout the state work as a team and share expertise.
The individual in this position works as a member of the local county Extension team and as a local representative of Colorado State University. This individual works under the guidance and supervision of the Western Region Extension Director.
Extension Club Director
Extension Club Director
Organization: Boys & Girls Clubs of the Austin Area
Posted by Debbie Armijo - Nov 01, 2017
Posted in Nonprofit Job
Address: Elgin High School Club, 14000 County Line Road , Elgin, TX, 78621
Start Date: Nov 20, 2017
Application Due Date: Nov 20, 2017
POSITION: Extension Club Director (Elgin)
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
HOURS: 40 hours per week (Monday – Friday)
LOCATION: Elgin High School Club, 14000 County Line Road, Elgin, TX 78621
BENEFITS: Health and life insurance offered, vacation and sick time accrual
With the support of the Executive Director, the Extension Club Director directs and manages overall daily operations of the designated Clubhouse. The primary concern is focused on the programs, service delivery, supervision and training of staff, facilities management, budget management, community relations and membership administration for the specified Club. Extension Club Directors leads Clubs that are open less than 700 hours monthly, do not have a summer program of at least 6 weeks in duration programming less than 6 hours per day, supervise less than two full time equivalent (or a number of staff that equal 2 FTEs) and provide Club leadership.
KEY ROLES (Essential Job Responsibilities):
Provide leadership and direction in establishing programs for the Club. Provide activities and services that prepare youth for success and help create an environment that facilitates achievement of Youth Development Outcomes;
Conduct programs on a necessary basis. Programs should be developed to positively impact youth;
Ensure a safe and healthy environment. Ensure facilities are kept well maintained, equipment and supplies are maintained and any other duties regarding the maintenance and appearance of the Club's external and internal environment;
Responsible for creating and upholding behavior standards for youth as well as creating and upholding consequences and guidance opportunities if behavior standards are not met;
Attend all trainings and meetings as assigned.
Participate in Youth Program Quality (YPQ) assessments process;
Conduct two youth needs and interests surveys per year;
Participate in the National Youth Outcome Initiative survey annual;
Complete a campus needs assessment annually;
Complete the Impact Assessment annually.
Plan, develop, implement and evaluate overall Club programs, services and activities to ensure they meet stated objectives and member needs and interests. Compile regular reports reflecting all activities, attendance and participation in each program;
Meet all grant requirements;
Meet goal membership and average daily attendance numbers;
Create and implement program schedules as assigned;
Review grant requirement form monthly with supervisor;
Meet individually and with supervisory group with supervisor monthly.
Supervise Youth Development Professionals and other part-time staff assigned to the program less than 2 full-time employees or the equivalent;
Support in the training of part-time staff as directed by supervisor.
Manage Club financial resources assisting in the development of annual budgets. Expenditures should be calculated and controlled based on the finalized budget;
Submit purchase orders, receipts and fees within 48 hours of purchase or receipt;
Maintain and review shadow budget monthly with supervisor;
Stay within the confines of your budget;
Ensure administrative and operational systems are in place to maintain the operation of the physical properties and equipment of the Club, including use of facilities by outside groups;
Ensure the Club is always properly maintained for safety and cleanliness for the use by members, volunteers and staff. Oversee any repairs as soon as reported;
Recruit, train, manage, and provide career development opportunities for staff and volunteers. Conduct monthly staff meetings to inform employees of any changes in programming, to receive employee input, etc.;
Perform and submit annual performance reviews for all staff annually by August;
Maintain all databases. All data must be entered by Tuesday for the week prior;
Keep facility safe, clean and well organized.
Develop and maintain partnerships with parents, schools, community leaders, and other outside organizations;
Create a strong presence in the school that you are assigned, if applicable;
Have a positive proactive relationship with the principal and school administration, if applicable, by meeting monthly;
Become an active and participating member of two civic organizations.
Marketing and Public Relations
- Increase visibility of Club development activities and maintain good public relations within the Club and the community.
Valid state driver's license required;
May be required to drive a shuttle bus;
Ability to perform other duties as assigned or requested by supervisor(s);
May be required to work on Saturday or Sunday.
Internal: Maintain daily contact with the Director of Program Services, staff peers, administrative personnel, and/or volunteers for the purpose of exchange of information, to interpret or explain the current organization's mission, discuss current program objectives and standards to be met, discuss any other relevant issues, and provide and/or receive information.
External: Maintain contact with external community groups, schools, parents, and others to assist in resolving problems and to publicize the Club.
SKILLS / KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED:
Four-year degree from an accredited college or university, or equivalent experience with two years' experience in a Boys & Girls Club or similar youth development organization of a minimum of six years work experience in a Boys & Girls Club or similar youth development organization planning and supervising activities based on the developmental needs of young people;
Preferred teaching experience within a public school.
Ability to communicate ideas effectively to the public;
Ability to deal effectively with members in all types of situations, including discipline problems;
Working knowledge of budget preparation, control, and management;
Demonstrated ability in working with youth, parents, and community leaders;
Club Directors at sites that provide transportation from a site or school to their Club daily will be required to obtain a Commercial Drivers' License with an air brake endorsement;
For school based sites experience working within a school district.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS / WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Must be able to work and interact with youth. Must be able to pick up games, trash, and other items from the floor. Must be able to mop and sweep occasionally.
This information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, or be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Austin Area is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
To Apply: https://goo.gl/N8FyKF
County Extension Director
The County Extension Director is a member of the faculty of North Carolina State University. The major responsibility of the job is to provide leadership for and coordinate the efforts of the county Extension staff in developing an effective total county Extension educational program.
The major responsibility of the job is to provide leadership for and coordinate the efforts of the county Extension staff in developing an effective total county Extension education program. Other responsibilities include organizing and allocating resources, marketing the Extension program, preparing budgets, maintaining administrative relationships, interpreting and communicating policy, teaching, evaluating, and reporting in the assigned county. The minimum requirements for the County Extension Director is a Master's degree from an accredited institution in a field related to Extension/educational programming and/or administration.
Administrative and supervisory experience including experience with human resource development, fiscal resource management, and external relations is strongly preferred. In addition to the education requirement, candidates must have a minimum of three years of service with Cooperative Extension or similar work experience in a university or community outreach organization or program. Internal candidates must hold or be eligible to hold an appointment at the level of Associate Extension Agent or higher.
External candidates must be eligible to hold an appointment at the level of Associate Extension Agent. Candidates must possess educational leadership, strong work ethic, a sense of responsibility, a high degree of objectivity, excellent and effective oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work successfully with staff, volunteers, community leaders, and county officials. Potential candidates should have skills, abilities, or experience in the following areas: demonstrated leadership in Extension programming and management, supervisory experience, and skills in human relations, negotiations, public relations, team building, managing public policy issues, and securing and managing outside funding and resources to develop innovative educational programming.
Human Resources Director For Cooperative Extension
This position is responsible for leadership, management and evaluation of a comprehensive human resources program for employees of Cooperative Extension as it transitions to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and continuing thereafter to serve the interests of the new Division. The human resources responsibilities will involve serving operations and the new programmatic structure, including the Institutes of Agriculture; Natural Resources; Community Development; Health & Well-Being; Human Development & Relationships; and Positive Youth Development.
The incumbent of this position will report to the Dean of the Cooperative Extension Division and the UW-Madison Office of Human Resources until Cooperative Extension is completely transitioned to UW-Madison (anticipated by July 2019). At that time, the incumbent will report exclusively to the Associate Dean of Operations and Policy in the Cooperative Extension Division.
In addition to a strong knowledge base in human resources, this position has three critical roles to fulfill.
Change Agent. The individual in this position will be leading and facilitating many changes within Cooperative Extension.
The incumbent is responsible for project management and execution of all the HR transition aspects involved with Cooperative Extension's transition to UW-Madison. Change management knowledge and skills are essential to engage stakeholders throughout the divisions to ensure an effective and efficient transition. The incumbent is responsible for project management to ensure change, including both technological and process change, is properly managed.
In addition, facilitates change in a manner that fosters an environment in which staff and various units may experiment with different ways of doing things. This principle is important, as Cooperative Extension will modify a variety of administrative and procedural activities to acclimate to UW-Madison structure, and UW-Madison may selectively do the same.
Leadership. The incumbent supervises and provides leadership to the staff of Cooperative Extension in achieving goals consistent with the program's strategic vision. A collaborative style of leadership establishes a clear direction to achieve desired goals and motivate individuals to succeed within their specific functions.
Business Partner. The Coop Extension HR Director will act as a business partner with other management within UW-Madison and HR representatives of other divisions to find solutions to problems, work on proactive strategies, and be consistent in applying University polices. If a proposed strategy is not feasible, due to a variety of constraints, it is the expectation that the incumbent will look at all sides of the issue and find creative ways to achieve a desirable outcome.
County Extension Director AND Program Extension Agent II - IV OR Extension Agent II - IV
Cty Ext Dir & Prg Ext Agent II - IV OR Ext Agent II - IV
The Extension Agent track is permanent status-accruing and the Program Extension Agent track is non-permanent status accruing in the Florida Cooperative Extension Service (FCES). The track followed by a successful candidate who does not currently hold permanent status in FCES will be agreed upon by UF and the candidate, and will depend on current position and experience. A successful candidate who currently holds permanent status in FCES will follow the Extension Agent track.
The Florida Cooperative Extension Service is a partnership between state, federal, and county governments that provides quality, relevant education and research-based expertise to foster healthy people, a healthy environment, and a healthy economy. We are the resource that helps educate Floridians to address issues related to agriculture, natural resources, youth development, families and communities.
University of Florida/IFAS Extension and Brevard County seek to fill an Extension Agent position with a self-starting, energetic, team-oriented individual who will also serve as County Extension Director (CED). The educational responsibilities of this agent encompass strong leadership with respect to commercial horticulture. As an educator, you will lead through the design, implementation, and evaluation of educational programming that meet the needs of the county's diverse population. As the CED, you will lead, manage, supervise, coordinate and report on the total county extension program while maintaining, fostering and building effective working relationships with stakeholders, county government, community leaders, private sector clientele, media, government agencies, county residents, and UF/IFAS faculty, staff and extension administration.
You will use resourcefulness, creativity, enthusiasm, and innovation to strengthen current educational programs while reviewing and implementing new policies, maintaining records, assessing risks, communicating and marketing effectively across social media platforms, managing financial resources, and creating educational materials and opportunities for Brevard County.
This role provides the opportunity to make a positive impact in the Brevard County community as you work with extension faculty, staff and stakeholders. You will also collaborate with the District Extension Director and other Southeast CEDs on multi-county projects and serve as a role model to the community.
Candidates will be reviewed as applications are received, but please be aware that interviews might not be scheduled until 4 to 6 weeks after the position closing date.
Current Extension Agents in the Brevard County Office that meet CED qualifications are eligible to apply.
Extension is a partnership between state, federal, and county governments to provide scientific knowledge and expertise to the public. As such, all partners are involved in the supervision of the office and contribute to the salary and support resources.
The primary goal of Extension is to disseminate the latest knowledge and applicable technologies in agriculture, human and natural resources, and the life sciences in order to sustain and enhance the quality of human life. The UF/IFAS mission is accomplished through extension faculty members, scientists, educators, administrative staff, and volunteers working cohesively throughout Florida's 67 counties.
Commensurate with Education and Experience.
A successful candidate will have a master's degree in plant science, horticultural science, or a closely related field with an emphasis on ornamentals and/or turfgrass along with at least 5 years of professional extension experience or equivalent. A flexible schedule that allows for irregular hours is necessary. A valid driver's license as well as national background screening is a requirement of this position.
Previous CED experience or equivalent is preferred. Experience in creating lesson plans, developing instructional materials, and applying teaching methods appropriate for the audience is highly desirable.
Expertise in getting groups to work together for a higher goal, managing competing priorities, and adaptability to handle unexpected situations is a plus for this role. You must be an effective written and verbal communicator, feel comfortable presenting in front of small and large crowds, be able to establish solid partnerships, and find innovative ways to attract new audiences.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Apply through the online UF application system at http://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/cw/en-us/job/506162 , and attach your Resume or CV, as well as a cover letter that describes how your experience and qualifications have prepared you for this position. Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (Eastern) of the posting end date.
TO COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION, PLEASE SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:
You must submit unofficial copies of all transcripts and/or coursework of your academic degrees. You may attach these as an "other" document, or you may submit to our office as directed below. An unofficial copy is acceptable for the application process, but before you can be hired, IFAS Human Resources must have the official transcript for your highest degree on file.
Also, all applicants must have at least three reference rating forms on file. Reference forms must be less than one year old.
If you have not already done so, please contact your professional/academic references and ask that they complete a reference rating form on your behalf. The form is located at http://personnel.ifas.ufl.edu/ref_form.pdf .
Please also complete and submit the Previous Employment Form (located at http://personnel.ifas.ufl.edu/prev_employment.pdf ).
With the exception of official transcripts, all items submitted by mail must be postmarked no later than the next business day after the position closing date. All documents submitted by fax or email must be received no later than the next business day. If your official transcripts will arrive after the closing date, you must also submit unofficial transcripts by the deadline.
Requested reference forms and transcripts should be submitted to:
Ms. Dana LeCuyer
UF IFAS Human Resources
Faculty Recruitment and Hiring
P O Box 110281
Gainesville, FL 32611-0281
Fax: (352) 392-3226
Final candidate will be required to provide official transcript to the hiring department upon hire. A transcript will not be considered "official" if a designation of "Issued to Student" is visible. Degrees earned from an education institution outside of the United States are required to be evaluated by a professional credentialing service provider approved by National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), which can be found at http://www.naces.org/ .
The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Institution dedicated to building a broadly diverse and inclusive faculty and staff. The selection process will be conducted in accord with the provisions of Florida's 'Government in the Sunshine' and Public Records Laws. Persons with disabilities have the right to request and receive reasonable accommodation.
Health Assessment Required:No
County Extension Director
The County Extension Director is a member of the faculty of North Carolina State University. The major responsibility of the job is to provide leadership for and coordinate the efforts of the county Extension staff in developing an effective total county Extension educational program.
Associate Dean For Extension/Assistant Director For Agriculture, Forestry And Natural Resource Extension Programs
The College of Agriculture (COA) at Auburn University (www.agriculture.auburn.edu/) and the Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES) (www.aces.edu) are seeking applications for the position of Associate Dean for Extension and Assistant Director for Agriculture, Forestry, and Natural Resource Extension Programs. This 12-month administrative position will be located within the COA at Auburn University and fits within the organizational structures of COA and ACES.
The Associate Dean/Assistant Director position reports jointly to the COA Dean and the ACES Associate Director. The position is classified as a tenure-track Extension Specialist with a COA and ACES administrative appointment. This position is for a five-year term, subject to review. The Associate Dean/Assistant Director will be a member of the COA administrative team and a member of the ACES System Program Team to bring into alignment the programmatic visions and directions of the COA and ACES.
Field Education Director - School Of Social Work
Field Education Director
School of Social Work – West Virginia University
Job Number: 07551
The West Virginia University School of Social Work seeks a Field Education Director, responsible for the overall administration of the School of Social Work undergraduate and graduate field education programs. The position is a twelve-month, full-time, non-tenure track renewable position, that reports to the School of Social Work Director. The academic rank will depend on the successful candidate's level of graduate education.
The Field Director is responsible for the educational and administrative direction of the field education program in compliance with CSWE accreditation standards, including coordinating internships, cultivating new field sites, developing field assessment practices, and collaborating with School of Social Work, University, and professional community stakeholders.
The WVU School of Social Work is fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and enrolls approximately 350 students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. WVU is a research land grant university located within 90 minutes of Pittsburgh and 3.5 hours from the Washington/Baltimore area.
Morgantown has been recognized as one of the most livable small cities in the U.S. There are extensive recreational opportunities and a supportive environment in which to develop a visible and productive career. For more information about the WVU School of Social Work, please visit our website at http://socialwork.wvu.edu.
Submit (as a single PDF document) a) a letter of application outlining your interest in the position and academic and administrative experience; b) vita/resume; and c) contact information for at least three references. Applications will be processed until the position is filled, but those received by February 28 will receive priority consideration.
For further information, contact Dr. Deana Morrow, Director School of Social Work, at Deana.Morrow@mail.wvu.edu.
West Virginia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity. The University values diversity among its faculty, staff, and students, and invites applications from all qualified individuals, including minorities, females, individuals with disabilities, and veterans.
MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited institution is required and would allow appointment at the rank of Clinical Instructor. Candidates with a doctoral degree in social work or a related field from a regionally accredited university are eligible for the rank of Clinical Assistant Professor. Five or more years of post-MSW professional social work practice experience is required.
Excellent written communication skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills and a commitment to collaborate productively with colleagues and students.
Director Of Social Work
The Director of Social Work is responsible to create, implement, oversee and coordinate programs related to Social Services and Quality of Life including Behavior Management, community resource management to support residents, assessment processes, psychosocial/psychiatric program coordination and more. The position oversees the social services of Advantage Living Center facilities.
Must have a current full licensed Social Work license
Demonstrated knowledge of community resources.
Minimum five years experience in a skilled nursing facility with excellent, in-depth knowledge of nursing home regulations.
Demonstrated knowledge of payer sources, Medicaid application process, guardianship process and discharge procedures.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills.
Must be able to travel to facilities with a plan to spend about 80% of time working in facilities.
Ability to work well with an interdisciplinary team and health care providers.
Ability to establish and maintain rapport with clients and referral sources.
Ability to read, analyze and interpret, professional journals, technical procedures or governmental regulations. Ability to communicate orally and through written reports and other documents relating to resident, staff and others. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of executives, managers, clients, customers, and the public.
Ability to define and solve problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical journals and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each key function satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the key functions.
Evaluate, audit, train and oversee social service departments in each facility.
Supervise limited license social workers.
Develop and implement discharge planning process for short term and long term residents.
Attends GPS meetings at least two times per year per facility.
Review, develop, update and implement social service policies and procedures.
Conduct pre-surveys and regulatory compliance audit reviews.
Develop and implement the system for social workers to support financial resource needs of residents.
Develop and implement support groups and learning circles that reflect resident populations and needs of the community.
Oversee and assist facility staff on voluntary and involuntary discharge processes and actively identify
Audits records to assure services documentation support care needs.
Assists, educates, and monitors certification/recertification process.
Adheres to work schedules in completing and performing assigned tasks
Applies the policies and procedures of the agency and the rules and regulations of Federal and State regulatory agencies in performing the referral and intake processes.
Participates in agency quality improvement programs.
Effectively assists the patient, physician and/or discharging facility to establish an effective care plan prior to the patient's transfer to another setting.
Meets or exceeds established productivity standards
Recommends care alternatives which may include other community resources, when appropriate.
Evaluates patients for admission to services.
Advocates on behalf of patients to ensure receipt of entitled benefits.
Participate and assist in the referral process to ancillary services.
Adheres to work schedules in completing and performing assigned tasks.
Follow up on referrals that have not been admitted to care.
Partners for the development of marketing action plans for assigned facility
Participates in the growth meeting and appropriate training sessions.
Updates referral resources on status of patients currently receiving service or recently discharged and the patient' response to services received
Keeps current with changes and trends in the market.
Demonstrates regular communication with referral sources to establish working relationships.
Ensures growth and profitability of the company through the responsible use of company resources.
Accepts other assignments as appropriate.
Adheres to established personnel policies.
Work Director 1
At Wells Fargo, we have one goal: to satisfy our customers' financial needs and help them achieve their dreams. We're looking for talented people who will put our customers at the center of everything we do. Join our diverse and inclusive team where you'll feel valued and inspired to contribute your unique skills and experience.
Help us build a better Wells Fargo. It all begins with outstanding talent. It all begins with you.
Wholesale Banking provides financial solutions to businesses across the United States and globally, with annual sales generally in excess of $5 million. Our 10 major business lines include Business Banking, Middle Market Banking, Government and Institutional Banking, Corporate Banking, Commercial Real Estate, Financial Institutions Group, Wells Fargo Commercial Capital, Wells Fargo Insurance, Wells Fargo Securities, and Principal Investments. We also have groups in credit risk, group risk, finance, marketing, human relations, and the Wholesale Chief Operating Office that support our businesses.
Foreign Exchange Services
Performs a variety of operational tasks in a fast-paced production environment. Takes accountability for entire process from receipt of work to resolution and closure. Tasks require coordination of information among various operational areas and customers. Uses multiple online systems.
Primary duties include: cash-handling, balancing and verification.
Additional duties may include: receiving and reviewing incoming work, contacting appropriate resources as needed; date entry, verifying accuracy; balancing general ledger accounts; resolving complex customer issues using multiple resources and records; preparing, editing, distributing, and/or correcting specialized and/or complex documents.
Works under general supervision following established procedures. Exercises some judgment within guidelines. As a work director candidate will responsible for leading and directing a team working in a production enviorment. This person will need to be flexible as schedule will be based on business needs.
Team members support our focus on building strong customer relationships balanced with a strong risk mitigating and compliance-driven culture which firmly establishes those disciplines as critical to the success of our customers and company. They are accountable for execution of all applicable risk programs (Credit, Market, Financial Crimes, Operational, Regulatory Compliance), which includes effectively following and adhering to applicable Wells Fargo policies and procedures, appropriately fulfilling risk and compliance obligations, timely and effective escalation and remediation of issues, and making sound risk decisions. There is emphasis on proactive monitoring, governance, risk identification and escalation, as well as making sound risk decisions commensurate with the business unit's risk appetite and all risk and compliance program requirements.
- 3+ years of operations experience
Ability to coordinate multiple tasks and distribute complex work
Basic Microsoft Office skills
Effective organizational, multi tasking, and prioritizing skills
Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
Quality review skills
Leadership experience including training and providing performance feedback to staff/managers
Other Desired Qualifications
Ability to work under pressure and manage a number of different tasks
Enhanced time management skills
Enhanced Foreign Exchange Knowledge
Abilty to lead and direct others
Able to adapt to business needs quickly Ability to meet multiple deadlines
Sense of accountability
Adaptable to change
Able to work with limited supervision
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
Previous cash-handling and balancing experience
Comfortable working in a production environment
Able to lift 50 lbs
Extensive knowledge in Foreign Bank note operations
Ability lead and direct work
Experience with General Ledger and Accounting principles
Proficiency in Hogan/Emerald and RFX2
Previous experience handling foreign currency
All offers for employment with Wells Fargo are contingent upon the candidate having successfully completed a criminal background check. Wells Fargo will consider qualified candidates with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state and Federal law, including Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.
Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women.
Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation.
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