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Extension Program Instructor
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Job no:489292 Work type:Extension, Support Staff Pay Grade:62 Major Administrative Unit / College:Michigan State University Extension Department:Extension Greening Michigan 10058942 Salary:40000.00 Location:Macomb Categories:Education/Training, Financial/Accounting, Non-Union, Full Time (90-100%), MSU Extension- EXPA, Administrative/Business/Professional, Advising/Counseling Working/Functional Title Fin & Homeownership Education Prog Instr Position Summary Provide financial and homeownership education expertise and be responsible for developing educational program activities in a multi-county area. Maintain a level of expertise that complements financial capability and homeownership mission and goals. Focuses are being: (1) an educational instructor and financial coach, (2) an information provider, (3) a needs assessor, (4) a problem-solving resource for clientele, and; (5) networking with industry, specialists and other financial and homeownership community partners. Provide leadership and cooperate in planning and delivering effective Extension educational programs in financial capability & empowerment, financial coaching, foreclosure prevention counseling, and homeownership education. Plan, develop, implement and evaluate Extension educational programs that focus on strengthening the financial health of individuals, families and households. Characteristic Duties/Responsibilities
Provide research-based financial information to Michigan residents.
Communicate and interact with related community and statewide groups regarding the financial security of residents in communities, the region, state and the nation.
Provide clientele/consumers with current and timely information applicable to personal finance through one‑to‑one contact, group presentations, newsletters, direct mail, news releases, electronic and social media, and other means.
Provide families with education from unbiased research around financial capability and other related subject matter areas.
Deliver financial empowerment coaching.
Conduct workshops as a means of outreach and education. Workshop topics should be relevant to the participants and the community in which they live, and may include but are not limited to topics such as budgeting, savings, banking products, credit building, debt reduction, identity theft, foreclosure and post-foreclosure.
Improve the knowledge and skills of consumers in the application of financial management techniques and processes. Teach participants how to resolve current financial situations, while providing a wide lens on their financial health to shift the approach to proactive financial management and foreclosure prevention.
Act as a knowledge broker - understand other services offered by MSU Extension as well as other community organizations, such as employment services and income supports counseling, and connect the participants to these other services. For example, public benefits such as Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Medicaid, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Social Security, Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), free eye glasses, free dental work programs, Goodwill voucher program, etc.
Contribute to the effective use of financial, homeownership and pre/post-foreclosure education as a part of overall social, economic, and community development.
Create a network of referral organizations to help consumers meet their goals (e.g. local housing counseling agency, legal aid, Department of Human Services, etc.).
Assess residents’ needs and review mainstream financial institution’s product offerings to understand what is available to consumers.
Create, maintain and update databases of financial education, homeownership and post-foreclosure resources.
Represent MSU Extension on Human Services Coordinating Councils and stay informed on matters that relate to financial, homeownership and pre/post-foreclosure issues.
Attend program committee meetings, as well as community planning activities to facilitate program development and implementation.
Work with advisory groups for support of Extension programming.
Provide input in program development and deliver programs by collaborating with the Financial and Homeownership Education (FHE) Work Team, Greening Michigan educators, Extension Specialists and eXtension Community of Practice Team members.
Under the direction of the supervising Educator, actively seek funding through grants and philanthropic sources to support Financial and Homeownership Education in Macomb County.
Knowledge of and compliance with Federal (HUD) and State (MSHDA) program regulations and guidelines.
Serve as an information resource for Extension personnel throughout the district and region.
Align plan of work with local district/county goals and needs, as well as contributing to the Financial and Homeownership Education Work Team’s logic model.
Actively engage in Financial and Homeownership professional development by enrolling in NeighborWorks America training sessions, pursue certification in financial coaching through AFCPE, and become a MSHDA certified housing counselor.
Actively participate in conferences, in‑service education, and professional development activities to continually improve technical expertise and proficiency.
Actively participate in training to attain appropriate knowledge and skill level in order to maintain and expand proficiency in subject-matter content and process skills.
On a monthly basis, provide progress reports to supervising educator, district coordinator, and Financial and Homeownership Work team.
Coordinates and assists with data gathering and evaluation analysis.
Participate in monthly Financial and Homeownership Education team video conference calls and annual planning meetings.
Implement the directives and objectives of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action regarding the availability of Extension programs.
Has an understanding and commitment to equal access and opportunity and to diversity and inclusivity.
Strive to reach a diverse audience and extend Extension programs to under‑served audiences.
Perform other duties as assigned. Unit Specific Education/Experience/Skills
Bachelor’s degree or combination of education and specific, relevant work experience may be considered in lieu of degree.
2-years’ experience in financial program management.
Proficient computer and Internet operation skills (e.g. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
Strong communication and presentation skills, both written and oral.
Previous work experience with the target population, and/or the ability to provide financial education in a culturally sensitive manner.
Ability to manage multiple and varied tasks required.
Knowledge and skills in the use of technology for use in educational programming and management required.
Ability to lift and carry educational materials, equipment, etc. up to 25 lbs.
Ability to travel in local and surrounding communities and occasional long distance travel are required as a regular part of this position.
Transportation is the responsibility of the employee.
Demonstrated success in program development a delivery to diverse audiences/communities including but not limited to race, gender, socioeconomic class, disabilities and other differences.
Understanding of and ability to implement Civil Rights principles and compliance standards.
Other skills and/or physical abilities required to perform duties of the position. Desired Qualifications
Three years of direct housing counseling experience.
MSHDA Housing Counselor Certification.
Financial Fitness Coach Certification from Association of Financial Counseling and Planning Education (AFCPE).
NeighborWorks NCHEC Certification:Financial Capability.
NeighborWorks Certification: Foreclosure Intervention and Default Counseling.
HO109 Foreclosure Basics.
HO345 Foreclosure Intervention and Default Counseling.
HO307 Advanced Foreclosure: Case Study Practicum,or
HO320 Developing and Effective Foreclosure Program.
A strong understanding of personal finances, particularly in the areas of budgeting, asset building, and credit building.
Prior experience in conducting programs related to financial and homeownership preferred.
Previous work experience in the financial sector (banking, lending, insurance, investments) is a plus.
Ability to accept and delegate responsibility. Required Application Materials Applicants are asked to submit a current resume/CV, cover letter and four (4) professional references. Special Instructions This position is a full-time, end-dated appointment renewable annually based upon successful performance and continued funding. Work Hours Generally Monday through Friday, 8am - 5pm with some nights and weekends needed. Advertised:Feb 7, 2018Eastern Standard Time
Social Work - Adjunct Instructor (Pool)
Position Purpose Belmont University is seeking part time instructors to teach classes in the following discipline
(s): Social Work # Job Functions
Job Function Teach up to eight credit hours per semester
Job Function Create syllabus
, timeline of classes, for students per semester.
Job Function Provide meeting time for students
Job Function Manage online grading system
Job Function Submit book orders
, if textbooks required.
Job Function Abide by all relevant university and
/or departmental procedures and policies.
Job Function The above statements describe the job
’s essential responsibilities and requirements. They are not an exhaustive list of the duties that may be assigned to job incumbents. # POSTING TEXT ## Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Belmont University seeks to attract and retain highly qualified faculty and staff that share the University’s values and will contribute to its mission and vision to be a leader among teaching universities bringing together the best of liberal arts and professional education in a Christian community of learning and service.
Knowledge of principles, methods and current developments in the field of study. Knowledge of subject matter and course content taught. Knowledge of instructional strategies and techniques.
Demonstrated ability to advise, instruct, manage, motivate and evaluate students. Skilled in the use of computers, Internet resources, and MS Office software. Ability to learn relevant sections of BannerWeb, Belmont University’s online integrated database system for student grading.
Ability to integrate technology into the teaching and learning process. Ability to successfully interact with students, other educators and educational institution representatives, and the general public in a professional manner. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
Knowledge of the programs and services offered by Belmont University. Interest and ability to work collaboratively in course design and to teach interdisciplinary and topical courses.
Experience Higher education teaching experience preferred
. At least 2 years post graduate social work practice preferred.
’s desgree in Social Work required.
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions Occasionally requires standing
, lifting, pulling, pushing, carrying and climbing, reaching both high and low. Frequently requires walking and balancing.
Constantly requires sitting, repetitious finger and wrist movement, speaking clearly, hearing conversations, hearing (with acuity), seeing near and far with depth perception and color vision. Belmont University is dedicated to the health and well being of all of its students, faculty and staff. In an endeavor to provide the healthiest possible environment, Belmont is a tobacco free campus.
Additional Information In order to complete the online application process you must attach a cover letter and your resume
/CV. If hired, official transcripts will be required from all undergraduate and graduate colleges attended before a contract is issued.
Special instructions to applicants The number of adjunct instructors hired varies from semester to semester
, depending upon the needs of the department. You may check your status at any time by logging into Belmont Jobs Online with your username and password. Position Title: Social Work - Adjunct Instructor (Pool)
Posting date:* 01/01/2017 Job Type: Adjunct
Internal Job Category:* Adjunct
Behavioral Instructor - Work With Kids With Autism
Job Title: Behavior Instructor
Pay: $12-$17 per hour (dependent on education & experience)
*This position begins as part-time, with the opportunity for near full-time status in the future*
Our office for this region is located in Lancaster, but sessions could take place in different locations throughout the Antelope Valley, depending on where it's convenient for the Behavior Instructor to be staffed/where we have a need for their unique set of qualifications.
Current possible locations of cases:
Acton, Agua Dulce, Ansel, Antelope Acres, Del Sur, Fairmont, Lake Hughes, Lancaster, Leona Valley, Littlerock, Palmdale, Quartz Hill, Redman, Rosamond, Willow Springs, etc.
Great opportunity for students who are attending or have graduated from:
Antelope Valley College, Bakersfield College, Cal State Bakersfield (CSUB), Cerro Coso Community College, College of the Canyons, University of Antelope Valley, University of Phoenix, etc.
A Change in Trajectory, Inc. (ACT) is a family-oriented agency that's committed to narrowing the gap between the developmental path of individuals with special needs and those with typical development. We provide comprehensive behavioral services for infants, children, adolescents, and young adults with autism spectrum disorder and related disorders. We also provide parent education services. All our treatment modalities utilize evidence-based, state-of-the-art ABA strategies. We're equipped with highly professional, courteous staff who are respectful of privacy and are dedicated to the individuals they serve. Our operating model promotes personal growth and positive encouragement for families and team members.
Please visit our website (www.act-works.net) for more information about us.
Provide behavior therapy to children with autism spectrum disorder and related disorders in their homes. Improve their quality of life by implementing individualized behavior support plans and appropriate developmental curriculums designed by Board Certified Behavior Analysts. The primary goal of our services is to help these children function more effectively in their everyday lives. Behavior Instructors collect data on all behaviors targeted and meet with their supervisors weekly to analyze the information that they've gathered and to participate in initial and ongoing training.
1. High school diploma (required)
2. AA/AS or BA/BS completed or currently in-progress (highly desired)
3. Prior experience working with children (preferred, but not required)
4. Prior experience working with individuals with special needs (preferred, but not required)
5. Motivated to learn the theory & application of Applied Behavior Analysis
6. Bilingual applicants encouraged to apply
7. Additional opportunities are available for individuals who have completed 12 units or more of child development coursework
1. RBT is a Plus
2. BCAT is a Plus
3. ABAT is a Plus
4. Live scan fingerprint clearance
5. Valid California driver's license
6. Valid car insurance
7. Good driving record
8. Able to lift 25 lbs.
9. Very receptive to feedback
10. Available to work weekday afternoons and/or evenings for a minimum of 10 hours per week (weekend hours may also available)
11. Committed to helping and making a difference in the lives of others
12. Desire to grow within the field (this position would be a great experience for future: behavior analysts, clinical psychologists, elementary school teachers, marriage and family therapists, occupational therapists, school psychologists, social workers, special education teachers, speech-language pathologists, and much more)
Eligible employees who have already completed their Bachelor's Degrees are encouraged to enroll in a discounted Master's of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis degree cohort which meets the educational requirements necessary to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and takes place on a weekly basis at our Van Nuys office.
Work Skills Instructor
Earn competitive wages, on the job training, and excellent benefits at one of Minnesota’s most respected social service agencies. Together, we can prove that everyone, when given the opportunity, adds value to our world. Title: Work Skills Instructor Wage: $14.00/hr Location:
This position is located at our Anoka Service Center Hours: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday: 12:30pm-8:30pm, Wednesday and Friday: 7:30am-3:30pm Purpose: As a Work Skills Instructor at Opportunity Partners, you will be assisting and supervising a group of adults with disabilities that are assigned to a production line.
You will ensure that production is completed on time and to the specifications set by the customer and/or Opportunity Partners.
Supervise an assembly or kitting line where a group of adults with disabilities complete jobs for different clients Ensure that production flows smoothly and quality is maintained Verify that adequate materials are available Inspect quality Fill in for persons served during short absences Get to know each person’s skills and abilities and match them to appropriate tasks Teach techniques through modeling, verbal instruction, and demonstration Suggest and implement goals for persons served so that they work on skills that will enable them to meet their highest work performance potential Monitor and report production rates and work speeds of those served in our program Maintain safe and orderly work area Assist with creation and implementation of downtime activities to maintain skills levels of persons served
High school diploma or equivalent Workshop or factory production experience preferred
Communication skills, both written and oral, in English The ability to understand and effectively use the Foundations interaction style with program participants, interdisciplinary team members, coworkers, supervisors, and other internal and external customers Mechanical skills and understanding of equipment operations Basic mathematical skills Organizational skills Self-starter Ability to supervise the work of others Detail oriented Ability to deal with a wide variety of people Ability to understand the abilities and limitations of population Ability to maintain emotional control under stress Why Opportunity Partners?: Join our award-winning team where you’ll do life-changing work As part of a mission-focused nonprofit that values impact, choice, heart and partnership in our community, we will train you for success Competitive benefits Medical, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance (for Full time employees) Paid time off Paid and floating holidays Tuition reimbursement Retirement savings Employee assistance programs Employee discounts Wellness programs On the job training The opportunity to truly make a difference in the lives of the people we serve Opportunity Partners is an equal opportunity employer committed to affirmative action and a welcoming work environment for people of diverse communities.
Work Readiness Instructor
Purpose of the Position
The Work Readiness Instructor is responsible for facilitating life skills and work readiness training.
- Develop life skills and work readiness training curriculum
- Facilitate life skills and work readiness groups
- Consult with vocational rehabilitation and employment services staff regarding curriculum and training needs
- Plan and develop materials needed for each class using textbooks, handouts, workbook information from the Internet and other sources
- Give assignments to consumers attending classes and track performance/progress with position of interest and critical competency form completion
- Maintain a clear written calendar of weekly classes
- Write weekly case notes for each consumer
- Attend Job Fairs and organize meet the Manager Days
- Other department duties as needed
Education: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in education or related field.
Experience: Minimum three (3) years of prior group teaching or training experience, of which at least one (1) year must have been with at risk, adult students
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Knowledge of and ability to follow agency policies and procedures
- Knowledge and ability to understand department policies and procedures
- Ability to be patient and sensitive to individuals with disabilities
- Ability to motivate individuals with employment barriers
- Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication and presentation skills Highly organized and detailed-oriented
- Must be computer literate, working knowledge of MS Word & Excel
- Bilingual (English-Spanish) candidates preferred
Each year, Fedcap offers an array of services through its four practice areas Education, Workforce Development, Occupational Health, and Economic Development helping more than 100,000 individuals graduate from high school, obtain vocational certification or a college degree, become work ready, obtain meaningful employment and achieve economic well-being.
Cornell Cooperative Extension
Cornell Cooperative Extension Suffolk County
Family Health and Wellness
Nutrition and Health
Suffolk County Farm + 4-H Youth
Peconic Dunes 4-H Camp
Find Us Cornell Cooperative Extension Suffolk County
Family Health and Wellness
Nutrition and Health
Suffolk County Farm + 4-H Youth
Peconic Dunes 4-H Camp
- Health Director Health Director Classification Title: Temporary Camp Nurse Title of Position: Health Director Job Location: Peconic Dunes 4-H Camp, Southold, NY Brief
The Health Director is responsible for implementing all health-related operations described in the camp safety plan submitted to the Suffolk County Department of Health and insuring compliance with all applicable local, state and federal laws. Responsibilities include reviewing, evaluating, protecting and maintaining campers’ heath records; securing and administering medicines and treatment to campers according to physicians’ orders; recording all treatment according to established procedures and reporting required incidents to local health department within 24 hours.. The Health Director determines when a camper must receive attention from a physician or other medical professional and arranges transportation as needed The Health Director oversees and coordinates the work of the entire Health Center staff and provides training to camp personnel as needed including, but not limited to first aid, epi pen assist, inhaler assist. The Health Director oversees initial health screening of campers and provides a safety briefing to campers every Sunday. The Health Director is responsible for maintaining supply inventory in the Health Center and submitting order requests as needed.
RN, licensed to practice in New York State; Certifications in CPR/AED and epi pen. Able to lift up to 20 pounds. This is a live-in position.
Experience or background in school, visiting or public health nursing, desirable. Work Schedule: 40 hours/week, Sun 1pm–6pm; Monday-Thursday 8am–5pm Salary Range: Exempt, starts at $9,000 based on experience and qualifications Benefits: No benefits Date Position Available: June 18, 2018 – August 19, 2018 Closing Date: Until position is filled Contact: Lexi Linn, PDC Office Manager Cornell Cooperative Extension – Suffolk County 423 Griffing Avenue Riverhead, NY 11901 (631) 852 – 8629, Ext. 8, email@example.com Download an application: http://ccesuffolk.org/jobs Send application, resume & cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
14-18 Extension Director And Agent, 4-H Youth Development, Agriculture And Horticulture, Moffat County
Posting Detail Information Working Title 14-18 Extension Director and Agent, 4-H Youth Development, Agriculture and Horticulture, Moffat County Research Professional Position No Posting Number 201800094AP Position Type Admin Professional/ Research Professional Number of Vacancies 1 Work Hours/Week 40 Proposed Annual Salary Range Starting salary range for this position will be $40,500 - $65,000 and will be commensurate with education and experience. 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 03/01/2018 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. Moffat County, located in the extreme Northwest corner of Colorado, is the second largest county geographically.
Energy production (coal, oil, gas and electricity) and agriculture are major industries in the county. In 2010 there were 13,795 residents in the county. The county is 4,743 square miles, of which approximately 60% is government owned.
Craig is the County seat with the other towns being Maybell and Dinosaur. Tourism is also a part of the economy with many popular sites including Dinosaur National Park, Browns Park, Routt National Forest and the Yampa River. The County historically is agriculture based with sheep and cattle being the major commodities.
The geography can best be described as high desert with two major rivers, the Yampa and the Green, bordered on the east by forests. Hunting, fishing, hiking, off-road recreation, and wildlife viewing are common leisure activities. The 4-H program has approximately 230 members.
To learn more about Colorado State University Extension, go to http://www.extension.colostate.edu/. Position Summary 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. Required Job Qualifications • Completed bachelor’s degree. One degree must have been conferred in agriculture, education, youth development, natural resources, human development, social or behavioral sciences or closely related field. • A successful candidate without a completed master’s 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. • Training or experience in developing, delivering, and evaluating educational programs, including needs identification. • Demonstrated ability to manage and supervise an office, including budget management. • Demonstrated leadership ability. • Demonstrated experience working with people as individuals and in groups; ability to forge equitable and successful partnerships with other professionals and organizations. • Evidence of drive and initiative. Must be a self-starter. • Ability to communicate through teaching, public speaking/presentation and writing as demonstrated through application materials and experience. • Demonstrated use of technology in managing and/or delivering educational programs. • Personal or professional commitment to diversity as demonstrated by persistent effort, active planning, allocation of resources and/or accountability for diversity outcomes. • 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 • Completed master’s degree. • Successful professional experience in youth development, STEM, livestock, range, home and production horticulture, natural resources, agronomy, soils, irrigation, plant insects and diseases, and/or clean and renewable energy. • Appreciation and understanding of rural communities and an interest in working with people in a rural environment to address critical issues. • Familiarity with small acreage management. • Ability to recruit, train, and manage volunteers and advisory groups. • 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 (TV, radio, print and internet). • Professional experience with, or knowledge of, Extension and the land-grant university system. • 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 • Working directly with the community, identify and promote community-based needs for informal education; using the most appropriate educational methods including digital and on-line media, written materials, or live workshop formats develop and deliver, assess the community’s needs for informal education; develop and implement educational strategies, and measuring impact of education and programs. Share all programming developed with CSU Extension. • Manage and implement 4-H and Youth Development programs (school enrichment, STEM, etc.), including leadership development for adult leaders and youth, participation in out-of-county activities, support for the county fair and fair committee. • Actively participate in one or more Extension work teams to provide expertise for program and information development, delivery and evaluation efforts statewide. • Provide program and information delivery to support to colleagues in area(s) of specified expertise as appropriate. • Effectively communicate and coordinate resources, research and programming with personnel/staff of Colorado State University and other organizations.
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 and Partnerships Duty/Responsibility • Work with local groups and individuals to enhance their abilities to identify, prioritize, and address the needs of their community; specific emphasis will be local and regional 4-H Youth, community groups and agriculture groups. • Develop strong working relationships with the Board of County Commissioners, county divisions and units, advisory committees, local businesses and educational institutions, state and federal agencies and area non-profits and stakeholders. • Identify and build collaborations with other agencies and groups (public and private) to support them in addressing their priority needs. • Work with advisory groups, local leaders, and 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. • Assure compliance with civil rights and affirmative action policies including reaching out to underserved and underrepresented audiences. 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 opportunities and training for 4-H leaders, Master Food Safety volunteers and Master Gardeners that will increase their effectiveness in working with youth and retain their commitment as volunteer leaders over sustained periods of time. • Maintain effective communication with Colorado State University personnel, community leaders, and other agencies/organizations to enhance strong program development, delivery and evaluation. Note: % of job assigned to this duty may be changed as the program develops.
Percentage Of Time 10% Job Duty Category Administration and Supervision Duty/Responsibility • Prepare and manage an office budget including support for cost recovery, resource development and revenue generation.
Use entrepreneurial skills to find and/or generate external funding sources (grants, contracts, gifts, user fees, etc.) to help support county and programming efforts. • Inspire, coach, provide developmental opportunities, supervision, performance evaluations and leadership for office administrative staff. • Build and innovate an environment of teamwork and collaboration within the office, CSU Office of Engagement, and in the county with external partners. Note: % of job assigned to this duty may be changed as the program develops.
Percentage Of Time 10% Application Details Special Instructions to Applicants For full consideration, all materials must be RECEIVED no later than11:59 PM Mountain Time on Thursday March 1, 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
Cornell University: Farmer educator position in Drinkwater lab
We are seeking an energetic person with excellent writing and communication skills and extension experience to carry out a SARE professional development project. The ultimate goal of this project is to help farmers test their ideas, solve problems they encounter in their farming operations and develop innovative farming practices. The project will train extension educators in methods of inquiry used by farmers to conduct their own research while farming.
- Compile information and collaboratively write a “how-to” resource manual, entitled Problem solving and innovation on the farm: A how-to manual
- Communicate with collaborating growers, interview innovative farmers to collect information for case studies
- Develop and write case studies of farmer experimentation and problem solving to be included in the manual
- Using the manual as a primary source, organize and conduct training workshops for extension educators
- During workshops, collect feedback on the manual and challenges/barriers extensionists foresee in delivering this information, and revise the manual accordingly
- Conduct follow-up surveys and phone calls to verify project outcomes
- Must be responsible, personable, proactive, and able to multi-task and work with moderate supervision.
- Excellent verbal and written skills are essential. Must be able to communicate effectively with people in all agricultural sectors including research, extension and farming
- Must possess excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. Demonstrated ability to carry out all steps involved in gathering information and writing detailed instructions for complex undertakings.
- Knowledge of farming practices used by organic and conventional farmers in the northeast
- Experience in developing and writing outreach materials that can be used by farmer educators and are accessible to farmers
- Must have a working knowledge of computer programs used in illustrating and formatting publications
- Knowledge/experience using website software beneficial but not required
- Minimum qualifications: a B.S. /B.A in soil or agricultural science with 2-4 years of experience in extension and outreach targeting farmers
Application information: To be considered, you must also provide a writing sample, preferably something that will exhibit your skills in conveying scientific information to a non-scientist audience. Applications lacking a writing sample will not be considered. Please email a cover letter describing your qualifications and interest, your CV/resume and at least one writing sample to Laurie Drinkwater (firstname.lastname@example.org). This is a 12-month appointment with possible extension pending available funding and successful performance. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. No Visa sponsorship is available for this position. This position does not provide relocation assistance.
Esthetician/Cosmetologist - Eyelash Extension Stylist
We bring together a unique set of highly trained individuals, with the common goal to make a difference in the beauty industry. As a Lash Stylist, you will be part of a passionate and friendly team. Lash Stylists are vital to the success of an Amazing Lash Studio. Through our comprehensive hands-on training of our unique lash extension technique, we ensure that guests receive the ultimate lash extension treatment! Amazing Lash Studio is looking to revolutionize the eyelash extension market by providing an upscale service at an affordable price. Our membership-based studio also offers an exclusive product line of aftercare products to enhance our guest’s new amazing lashes.
Do you have a passion for lash extensions and want to have a long-term, stable career? Are you interested in learning and training to do eyelash extensions? Then come join our growing family of Eyelash Extension Stylists at Amazing Lash Studio Woodland Hills.
Principle Duties for Lash Stylist:
* Design specific eyelash treatments based upon guest’s individual needs.
* Perform consecutive professional eyelash extension application sessions.
* Uphold the standards of sanitation and sterilization as directed by state law and the studio’s policies and procedures.
* Understand and promote Amazing Lash Studio’s service offerings, including choice upgrades.
* Understand and promote Amazing Lash Studio’s exclusive retail products for guest’s at-home usage and aftercare.
* Create excellent experience for guests through friendly and helpful attitude.
* Provide frequent recommendations and education to members/guests on proper lash aftercare.
* Generate new clientele through referral discount program.
* Maintain professionalism and courtesy at all times.
* Help maintain cleanliness of lash rooms and common studio areas.
* Maintain and seek knowledge of Amazing Lash Studio’s exclusive product line and services by attending new product and lash care promotions, in-house instruction, and education/training classes.
* Stock and maintain lash rooms according to standard operating procedures.
* Assist the studio in activities such as staff meetings, promotions, marketing activities, and housekeeping duties.
* Assist with washing and folding of all linens used in treatments rooms.
Lash Stylists Must Have the Following
* Must be a licensed Esthetician or Cosmetologist in the State of California and adhere to licensing requirements as set forth by the CA Board of Barbering and Cosmetology – Lash Extension Experience is a PLUS but NOT required.
* Must be willing to learn our styles and lash application technique.
* Must possess a positive, proactive, upbeat and personable attitude.
* Must be customer service oriented and be able to communicate effectively with clients, studio management and sales associates.
* Must be a team player.
* Must be able to work flexible days and hours; including nights, weekends, and holidays.
Benefits of working at Amazing Lash Studio as a Lash Stylist:
* Lash Stylists will receive a guaranteed hourly wage PLUS a commission based structure for services, products, and bonus compensation program.
* All Lash Stylists receive a free 2-week intensive training. This is a PAID training where you will learn the Amazing Lash Studio proprietary eyelash extension application technique. This technique is proven to be much gentler on your wrists while providing the guest with a great experience.
* We offer our Lash Stylists a developmental career path where you begin as a Trainee and progress to a Junior Stylist, then Senior Stylist, then Master Stylist. With each progression, you earn more $$ and have bigger opportunities to become a Manager or Trainer for the organization. We will support you in the career path that you choose.
* As a Lash Stylist, you earn 100% of your tips provided to you by guests.
* As a Lash Stylist, you would NOT PAY for training, products (i.e. lashes, glue, etc.), a booth rental, professional liability insurance, marketing, etc.
* Lash Stylists are paid their hourly wage even during periods where no services are being performed. Lash Stylists are paid their hourly wage for correction services, which would typically be at the stylist’s own time/cost.
* Lash Stylists are provided with instant clients to perform services. No marketing necessary!
* Lash Stylists do not incur up-front costs of retail products that may sit on shelves for months.
* Upon hire, Lash Stylists receive an employee membership to Amazing Lash Studio. You receive your first full set and one refill every 30 days free while you maintain your employment with Amazing Lash Studio!
* As a Lash Stylist with Amazing Lash Studio, you will be working with the best in the industry. Amazing Lash Studio is a national franchise leading the beauty industry in eyelash extensions. There is no other company out there that compares.
Amazing Lash Studio Woodland Hills is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on any basis protected by applicable federal and state law, including discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender, age, national origin, sexual orientation, protected disability, pregnancy, or veteran status. Amazing Lash Studio Woodland Hills affords equal employment opportunity in all aspects of the relationship,including hiring, wages, benefits, promotion, discipline, and discharge.
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Eyelash Extension Artist
We are looking for an experienced Eyelash Extensions artist to work with us in our busy beauty bar. Classic lash and or Volume lash extensions.
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