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>POSITION: Extension Educator. This is a grant-funded, full time position
>with University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension serving as On-farm
>Research Coordinator for the Integrated Farming Systems project
>headquartered in Hartington, NE.
>RESPONSIBILITIES: Represent Cooperative Extension staff on the Nebraska
>IMPACT Project, a cooperative program between Cooperative Extension,
>Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society and Center for Rural Affairs.
>Engage staff and research faculty in providing organizational support and
>responding to research needs identified by IMPACT group participants.
>Establish linkages with groups or organizations that may enhance the scope
>of IMPACT. Write summary reports, publicize project, and group
>achievements. Provide direct assistance to IMPACT groups in on-farm
>research and demonstration, interpreting and publishing results, organizing
>tours and field days, and planning activities.
>Pursue grant funding to continue the IMPACT project beyond two years.
>Evaluate IMPACT project programs.
>QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree required. One degree must be in
>agriculture. Direct experience working with agricultural producers and
>on-farm research desirable. Demonstrated interest in Integrated Farming
>systems and Sustainable Agriculture, and the ability to use statistical
>analysis techniques in research. Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to
>work with diverse clientele, willingness to travel throughout Nebraska,
>writing proficiency and good oral communications are essential. Grant
>writing ability necessary to acquire funds to continue program.
>SALARY: This is a grant-funded position with funding for approximately two
>years. Continuation of the position is dependent upon success in securing
>additional grant funds. Salary will be commensurate with experience and
>training expected for entry level, generally $27,000.
>BENEFITS: Life insurance in the amount of $10,000 is provided at no cost to
>the employee with additional life insurance, health insurance options,
>long-term disability and family coverage available at reasonable group
>rates. Retirement plans are TIAA/CREF and/or Fidelity Investment Fund.
>Excellent vacation and sick leave plans.
>APPLICATIONS: Letter of application with resume, names, addresses and
>telephone numbers of three references and college transcripts should be
>postmarked by March 28, 1997 (or until a suitable candidate is found
>thereafter) and sent to:
>Keith Niemann, Director of Extension Human Resources, University of
>Nebraska, 211 Agricultural Hall, Lincoln, NE 68583-0703, Telephone:
>402/472-1576, FAX: 402/472-5557
>Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
>It is the policy of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln not to discriminate
>based on gender, age, disability, race, color, religion, marital status,
>veteran's status, national or ethnic origin, or sexual orientation. AA/EEO
>details may be secured by contacting 127 Administration Building, PO Box
>880437, UNL, Lincoln, NE 68588-437, or by telephoning 402/472-3417.
>Employment eligibility verification is required for all new hires pursuant
>to the Immigration and Control Act of 1986.
>See our Web Site at http://ianrwww.unl.edu/ianr/coopext/coopext.htm
> Patricia Hust
> Nebraska Cooperative Extension
> 211 Agricultural Hall
> Lincoln, NE 68583-0703
> Phone: 402/472-1576
> FAX: 402/472-5557
> e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
> See our Cooperative Extension Web Site
Nebraska Cooperative Extension
211 Agricultural Hall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0703
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