Extension Edger Job Description Sample
Edger Technician (PM Shift)
HVHC Inc. is a privately-held, for-profit holding company with a portfolio of vision companies which includes, among other companies, Davis Vision, Inc., and Visionworks of America, Inc. Together the vertically integrated company is the third largest provider of managed vision care products and services, and the third largest operators of specialty optical retail stores in the United States. It is also the second largest designer and distributor of eyewear in the United States and seventh largest global distributor of eyewear.
Visionworks is currently has an opening for a top notch individual to office in our manufacturing location for the position of Edger Tech . The Tech ensures that the frame matches tray work order. Verifies proper edging parameters and shape. Edges lenses down to the proper size using a computerized roughing/milling machine (edger). Performs support functions within the edging area to include basic upkeep of the area.
Prioritize tray processing flow as dictated by tray color/priority sticker.
Select appropriate job number for processing.
Ability to properly turn on main power, initialize edger startups, perform reboots and recovers from edger/robot errors.
Validate shape display to job in process.
Edge lenses to correct size, bevel location and applies a safety bevel and mount lenses into frame.
Accurately place an appropriate cosmetically acceptable pin bevel on lens.
Accurately place the grove for various lens designs, determine proper blade depth and utilize V-bevel to adjust size or shape of a lens.
Properly identify if slippage has occurred during the edging process.
Test and validate axis, size and bevel placement.
Validate operation, clean lens feelers, adjust sizing, bevel placement and safety bevel.
Perform probe calibration.
Ability to communicate and escalate with peers and principles.
Ensure and maintain the cleanliness of all equipment, workstations and overall facility.
Practice and comply with all requirements of our Quality Management System (QMS), as well as regulations promoting a safe and healthy work place environment.
- High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent work experience preferred
Experience & Background:
- One to three (3) years of related manufacturing experience preferred
- Must be able to read English to understand written procedures, hazardous warning, etc.
- Basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Ability to think logically in following procedures and instructions
General problem solving abilities
Physical Demands/Work Environment:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the associate is required to stand, use hands and fingers to handle, feel, pick or pinch, and talk or hear most of the time. The associate is occasionally required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms. The associate must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. The noise level in this location is moderate (use of computers, printers and machines). Limit weight for lifting, pulling and pushing is no more than 50 pounds. When lifting loads heavier than 50 pounds, requirement is to use two or more people to lift the load. Ability to work varying schedules to include nights, weekends and holidays.
Attention to Detail
Willingness to Learn
Visionworks provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religious beliefs, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability or history of disability, genetic information, status as a protected veteran or disabled veteran, or any other status protected by Federal, state or local law.
Reports to: Production Supervisor
Positions mattress on table and operates sewing machine around table while feeding in materials to be sewn. Ensures quality standards are maintained. This is the final mattress assembly operation before
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
Extension Educator (Assistant Extension Educator)
Campus/Location:University Park CampusDate Announced:10/05/2017Date Closing:open until filled
Job Number:74934Level/Salary Band:
- 02 – G – Exempt
- 03 – H – Exempt
Work Unit: College of Agricultural SciencesDepartment:Penn State Extension, Butler CountyFull/Part Time:Full–Time
Penn State Extension in Butler County is seeking an individual who will function as a team member of the Penn State Extension 4-H Youth Development Unit working directly with statewide faculty and staff. The individual represents Penn State and the College of Agricultural Sciences in interpreting, applying, and disseminating the latest research findings in Youth Development, Volunteer Management, and Science and Technology.
Major responsibilities will include planning, implementing, conducting and evaluating a broad educational program for youth involved in a wide range of 4-H project curriculum areas and serving as the 4-H program coordinator for Butler County. This individual will also serve on the State 4-H Youth Development Team. This includes maintaining and expanding existing local 4-H club programs, supervision of programs delivered by other professional staff, program assistants, and volunteers, building community collaborations and partnerships, managing and expanding revenue enhancement portfolio, developing volunteer resources, and developing a professional development plan.
Specific program responsibilities include: Provide the expertise to compliment and support the 4-H efforts through individual and team efforts that will expand the Butler County 4-H clubs and other outreach to youth, including school enrichment and camping opportunities. Provide leadership education to volunteers and youth.
Identify opportunities and educational needs of youth in the county and provide age appropriate educational opportunities for those individuals. Develop and expand a countywide 4-H marketing plan to increase public awareness and participation. Ensure that leaders and participating youth comply with state guidelines and adhere to 4-H policies.
Recruit, screen, and train appropriate club leaders and volunteers. Serve as a liaison between clientele and appropriate faculty in the College of Agricultural Sciences, as well as other colleges, institutions of higher education, and outreach partners. Demonstrate competency in operating in a team environment in the 4-H Youth Development Unit with faculty, educators and other staff.
Assist in the development of a statewide educational business plan to support the 4-H unit programming. Develop a unit action plan followed by an accomplishment report. The Educator is responsible for submitting program, administrative, and financial reports as appropriate to the Assistant Director of Programs.
Write and secure grants and develop revenue enhancement strategies to obtain additional resources to initiate new educational programs or enhance ongoing programs. This could be an individual effort or in cooperation with other staff in the unit. Oversee fiscal responsibilities for the Butler County 4-H program.
Use a variety of traditional and new technological delivery methods to develop workshops, seminars, demonstrations, on-line courses and/or other educational strategies to communicate the latest technologies to youth and volunteer leaders. Prepare educational materials that are relevant to and that enhance the educational process for targeted individuals and groups. Use technology, mass media and personal contacts in the delivery and management of high quality extension educational programs.
Ensure that train-the-trainer sessions and resources for 4-H leaders provide them with on-going support, enabling these key volunteers to assist youth in developing record-keeping, communications, decision making, marketing, and problem solving skills. Participate in regional or state 4-H events as appropriate. Ensure compliance with the affirmative action plan.
Through public notification and all reasonable efforts, make all programs accessible to clientele without regard to age, ancestry, color, disability or handicap, national origin, race, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Extension Program Leader and Area 4-H Educator. This job will be filled as a level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience.
Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher (Master's degree preferred) or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Preference will be given to candidates who have a degree in youth development, education, animal science education, equine science, or volunteer development and who have 4-H experiences.
Candidate should possess teaching, program development and evaluation skills, and demonstrate positive human relations and effective communication skills necessary to work effectively with youth, parents, leaders, government officials, and the general public. Seeking a self-motivated individual with excellent organizational skills. An interest in computer applications and distance learning technology is desired.
An interest in working with people from diverse backgrounds is required. Must have a valid driver's license and use of a private automobile. Since this position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as part of your job duties, successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. Candidates must also be willing to work flexible hours.
Bilingual Secondary Core Subject Area Teacher With Bilingual Or Spanish Extension
The Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Kriner Cash, is interested in receiving applications from qualified candidates for:
BILINGUAL SECONDARY CORE SUBJECT AREA TEACHERS WITH BILINGUAL OR SPANISH EXTENSION
HOW TO APPLY:
Click the "APPLY" button at the bottom of this page to start your application. Once the application is completed, click the "Submit" button. Your application will be kept on file for one year.
Applications successfully received will generate a confirmation email to the account listed on the application. (Be sure to check your junk and spam mail.) If you do not receive a confirmation email, we cannot guarantee that your application was received. You must submit an application until you receive a confirmation email.
Candidates must be New York State certified in one of the following secondary core subject areas with an extension in Spanish or Bilingual Education: Math, Social Studies, Science or English Language Arts. It is required that candidates must attach a PDF or a screen shot of their certifications.
Certified teachers from another U.S. State or territory including Puerto Rico may qualify for an initial certificate in New York if they meet the following requirements:
Have a valid teaching certificate that is equivalent to the title and type of the certificate sought and has no limits or restrictions;
Meet New York's general certificate requirements, including citizenship, training related to child abuse identification/reporting, school violence prevention/intervention, harassment, bullying and discrimination prevention/intervention, and a criminal history check;
Have at least three years of satisfactory experience in a public school in a position requiring an initial or professional certificate within five years preceding the application date or equivalent experience; and have had effective or higher evaluation ratings in the three most recent years of employment; and
Hold a bachelor's degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution or higher education institution that the Commissioner deems substantially equivalent, with a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher in the program leading to the degree.
Position requires the planning, organization, and implementation of the appropriate instructional program to address the learning needs of the students; to guide and encourage students to develop and fulfill their potential in both curricular and extracurricular activities.
Plan, prepare and deliver instructional activities that facilitate active learning experiences.
Develop lesson plans.
Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities.
Prepare classroom for class activities.
Provide a variety of learning materials and resources for use in educational activities.
Identify and utilize different instructional resources and methods to support the learning needs of students at varying levels of progress.
Instruct and monitor students in the use of learning materials and equipment.
Provide for the care and protection of school property.
Use relevant technology to support instruction.
Observe and evaluate student performance and development.
Assign and grade class work, homework, tests, and assignments as appropriate.
Provide appropriate feedback on student work.
Monitor and encourage individual student progress.
Provide guidance to students which will promote educational development.
Maintain accurate and complete records of student progress and development.
Update records accurately and completely as required by laws and district policies.
Prepare required reports on students and activities.
Manage student behavior and maintain discipline by establishing classroom rules and procedures and enforcing classroom, school, and district rules and procedures.
Participate in department, school, and district meetings and professional development activities as appropriate.
Stay current with most recent developments in appropriate subject area as initiated by the school or district.
Cooperate with and participate in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the total school program.
Foster and maintain effective communication with parents and/or guardians.
Perform other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Principal or other appropriate administrator
This recruitment bulletin in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by this employee. The employee will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other related duties as assigned by the appropriate administrator or supervisor. Buffalo Public Schools reserves the right to update, revise or change this recruitment bulletin and related duties at any time without prior notice.
Appointment will be made by the Board of Education upon the recommendation of the Superintendent following assessment of training, experience, certifications, credentials and evaluation of service. Personal interviews shall be scheduled where appropriate.
SALARY: Teacher's salary schedule.
FUND #: Pending Funding
FOR FILING: TBD
DR. KRINER CASH,
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Extension Department Volunteer
Do you have a love for youth to see them grow and develop into outstanding members of our community?
Our Extension Department takes place not only inside our YMCA but also outside in our community throughout the Illinois Quad Cities. If you have a heart and a passion for School Age Kids and have time to invest in their future then this is the perfect place to volunteer. Join us as we continue to mentor youth, assist with homework, play games, and instill core values the lives of kids every day.
This department includes our Before & After School programs, Summer Camp, Schools Out Club, Y-Winners, Y-Solutions and the Y Leadership Academy.
Help us influence the youth in our community!
Extension Agricultural Agent
Successful candidate will:
Provide leadership and guidance to Extension educational programs in agriculture (both major area crop and livestock, including both beef and dairy), urban horticulture, community and economic development, and natural resources throughout the county as job requires.
Collaborate with other Extension Agents, with State Extension Specialists, the Eastern District Director and other administrators as well as outside agencies and organizations in planning and implementing the total Extension program.
Maintain a favorable public image and gain acceptance for self, Extension and New Mexico State University among county citizens.
Administratively responsible to the Eastern District Director.
Actively participate and play an important role in the recruitment of students to New Mexico State University and to participate in student activities.
Provide timely reports as required.
Extension Educator, Ag & Natural Resources/Community Development - Hendricks County, Danville, IN - Field Extension Educators
Extension Educators provide the link between Land Grant University research and Indiana residents by creating innovative learning opportunities that address local issues. Dedicated to helping improve the quality of life for current and future residents, Educators collaborate with local, county and state agencies, partner organizations, businesses and schools to analyze needs, develop, implement and oversee vibrant and sustainable research based educational programs, and provide resources and expertise to the local community.
Provide leadership in the creation and implementation of a vibrant and sustainable educational and engagement program that is customized to the local area. Programming will typically emphasize one or more of the following themes: entrepreneurship; planning and visioning; workforce development; leadership and civic engagement; and/or community and public policy engagement. Responsibilities include the delivery of educational programs, workshops and technical services; the brokering of resources for community-based initiatives; building and sustaining local and regional partnerships; acquiring grants and leveraging resources; serving as the primary local contact for Purdue's university-wide engagement effort; working with the media; and facilitating teamwork.
As the agricultural industry responds to the growing demands for food, fiber and fuel, Extension outreach is becoming more dynamic as it incorporates agriculture and natural resource based strategies into economic development plans and programs. The Agriculture and Natural Resources Educator builds partnerships with county and regional agencies, agricultural producers, landowners, agricultural organizations, homeowners, decision makers, and citizens interested in the science of agriculture. The ANR Educator serves as a key resource in agriculture and natural resources in their county, and has responsibility for developing and implementing comprehensive programming, which may include cropping systems, farm business/farm management, livestock systems, horticulture, agriculture economics, natural resource conservation and environmental stewardship.
Work with state and local advisory committees in conducting needs assessments to identify critically important issues.
Develop effective and contemporary approaches to plan, deliver and evaluate programming.
Ensure all efforts are made to reach diverse audiences and provide equitable access to programs and facilities.
Identify, recruit and develop the volunteer leadership necessary to help carry out the mission of Purdue Extension.
Develop regular and effective communications and working relationships with colleagues, partners and stakeholders within the community.
Quantify, communicate and promote the value of Extension education to key stakeholders, partners and decision-makers.
Develop and cultivate external funding sources to enhance educational programming.
Participate in and/or lead teams to enhance the scope and reach of Extension programming.
Other responsibilities as required.
Master's degree with academic training and/or professional experience relevant to position responsibilities.
Ability to work with minimal supervision, including prioritizing workloads to meet deadlines.
Knowledge and skill with computer technology in preparing and making reports, presentations, data analysis and retrieval, email and internet applications.
Knowledge of basic educational methods and the ability to effectively communicate/teach program specific material.
Ability to work with diverse audiences and stakeholders.
Strong communication, leadership, mentoring, teamwork and group process skills.
Flexibility and creativity in the workplace.
Purdue will not sponsor an employment related visa for this position.
A valid driver's license is required for all Extension Educator positions.
A background check and BMV check is required for employment in this position.
Travel using personal vehicle (mileage reimbursement provided) and evening and weekend work is an integral part of this position.
Please attach the names and email addresses of at least three (3) references. As the application review process moves forward, an e-Reference form may be sent to the references for completion.
Please attach all undergraduate and graduate transcripts. Official copies may be requested as the application review process moves forward.
FLSA: Exempt (Not eligible for overtime).
Retirement Eligibility: Defined Contribution Waiting Period.
Purdue University is an EOE/AA employer. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Extension Specialist - 4-H And Youth Development
Cooperative Extension at North Carolina A&T State University is seeking qualified applicants to fill the position of 4-H Youth Development Specialist. The 4-H Youth Development Specialist provides educational leadership for the development, management, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive, research based statewide 4-H Youth Development program that meet the needs of a diverse non-traditional, limited-resource youth audience.
The specialist delivers training and educational support materials for field staff and their clientele/customers (youth and volunteers) in 4-H Youth Development that is consistent with the philosophy, policy and overall mission, goals and educational objectives of Cooperative Extension at N.C. A&T. This position works with county staff to help them understand the scope and purpose of the youth at risk and limited resource volunteer program; provides selected county staffs with appropriate teaching aids and educational materials suitable for the implementation of programs for youth at risk utilizing limited-resource volunteers; and helps county staffs develop proficiency in utilizing educational methods and available resources in the implementation of the county 4-H programs.
-* Ph.D. or Ed.D. from an accredited university in human development, youth development, guidance and counseling, leadership development, volunteerism, education, or other related discipline. Applicants with a doctorate degree in progress will also be considered. Degree must be completed by date of hire.
-* Experience in the design and development of educational training materials for use in community based educational programming.
-* Prior experience in educational settings (formal or non-formal).
-* Basic understanding of the Cooperative Extension and the land-grant university.
-* Demonstrated personal/interpersonal skills, including effective oral and written communication skills, to teach and interact effectively with a variety of audiences including youth, volunteers, Extension staff, faculty and stakeholders.
-* Computer literacy (proficiency in MS Excel, PowerPoint and Office, etc.)
-* Ability to effectively use technology to accomplish 4-H Youth Development programming.
-* Strong oral and written communication skills.
-* Demonstrated ability to write, manage and fulfill grant, contract and special project requirements.
-* Ability to interact and gain support from constituencies outside the university such as business and industry, state and federal agencies and non-profit and private foundations.
-* Ability to work with minimal supervision, including prioritizing workloads to meet deadlines.
-* Possess a valid driver's license with the ability and willingness to travel 25 – 50% of time, including overnight stays and occasional weekends.
Temporary Clerical Pool - School Of Natural Resources And Extension (Snre)
Perform office support tasks.
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