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There is currently 1 job openings at CCE Onondaga.
This position will serve as the 4-H Youth Development Specialist for Cornell Cooperative Extension Association of Onondaga County and under the leadership and oversight of the Association Executive Director, will develop and maintain the overall 4-H Youth Development Program in Onondaga County. This position will provide development, evaluation, management, coordination and implementation for 4-H programming, resources, and activities. This position will work to expand/develop a strong, heavily involved volunteer base in the area of 4-H Youth Development and will provide program implementation and administrative direction, and coordination for all aspects of 4-H volunteer efforts to include, but not limited to: utilizing existing volunteer programming resources to recruit new 4-H volunteers; provide orientation and training of 4-H volunteers; and provide ongoing follow-up to volunteers that ensures initial and continued 4-H club success. This position will directly supervise 4-H Program staff and will provide oversight to program volunteers.
All applicants must apply online to be considered for this position. Deadline NOW EXTENDED TO close of day on APRIL 18, 2019. All applicants must submit an application online, which includes: cover letter, resume and three (3) references.
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Last updated April 8, 2019