The Human Development Subject Educator is a member of the Human Development Team under the Community Ed Issue Leader's supervision. Responsible for supporting educational program needs, assisting in delivering program goals and objectives, planning, implementing, and evaluating educational programs for adults with a subject matter focus on child development, family health, and wellness. Work as an Extension Association team member in addressing local, regional, and statewide programming priorities. In addition, this individual represents Cornell Cooperative Extension's family health and wellness programs to the public, community leaders, government officials, and Cornell University as part of program delivery. This position is funded by a contract with the Suffolk County Department of Health Services.
Cornell University embraces diversity and seeks candidates who will contribute to a climate that supports students, faculty and staff of all identities and backgrounds. We strongly encourage individuals from underrepresented and/or marginalized identities to apply.
Bachelor's degree in Human Development (Child Development) emphasizes infancy through adolescence or Equivalent degree and experience relevant to the role of this position.
Fluency in child development and family relationship research
Ability/experience in curriculum development
Experience in blog writing and podcast scriptwriting, and production
Ability to meet travel requirements associated with this position.
Ability to work flexible hours, which may include evenings and weekends, as appropriate.
Ability to communicate effectively through oral, written, and visual channels using traditional tools and methods and electronic technology (e.g., video, audio, computers, etc.).
Detail-oriented. Ability to follow procedures and written instructions.
Must demonstrate a high degree of integrity, sound professional judgment, and the ability to handle confidential and sensitive information.
Proficient with windows-based software, including the use of the internet and Microsoft Office Suite, including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Excel.
Bachelor's degree in Human Development during the Life Span (infancy through old age)
Ability to effectively participate in professional team efforts.
Ability and willingness to work with diverse audiences and maintain cultural sensitivity.
Ability to plan and organize personal work responsibilities according to priorities developed with the immediate supervisor.
Experience with Cooperative Extension or other similar educational organizations.
Ability to relate effectively to co-workers, advisors, community, and professional leaders.
Ability to identify and utilize program resources from the organization and the community.
Grant writing experience
Ability to speak understand Spanish.
Program Delivery - 70%
May apply established subject matter knowledge and teach educational programs to the public and professionals.
Deliver and teach innovative educational programs.
Occasionally create lesson plans to deliver the educational program.
Foster acceptance of programs, methods, and policies to address community and individual needs and consider diverse resources.
Provide educational program efforts via mass media with direction from supervisor.
Serve as a subject matter resource in all areas of Human Development.
Assist supervisor in providing moderately complex non-standard subject matter responses.
Interact with program participants for effective program delivery.
Represent CCE before the public, community leaders, government officials, Cornell, or other land grant universities as part of program delivery.
May participate in multi-disciplinary and multi-association team efforts to deliver the program.
Utilize a variety of proven educational methodologies.
Assist in ensuring that program delivery is within the scope of the statewide and local Plans of Work.
Provide administrative insight on tasks that support the delivery of educational programs.
Program Evaluation -5%
Implement program evaluation as designed.
Based on established program parameters, interpret evaluation data to constituencies.
Communicate evaluation results and findings.
Interact with various constituencies to obtain their evaluation of programs.
Assist in analyzing collected program evaluation data for recommending improvements.
May assist in multi-disciplinary and multi-association team efforts to design or analyze program evaluation for recommending improvements.
Applied Research - 5%
Assist in conducting applied resources in conjunction with land grant university faculty or funders.
Direction - 5%
Provide delivery feasibility details as input to supervisor to assist in the planning established educational program goals.
Provide input to planning unit budget based on program feasibility needs.
May provide low complexity administrative tasks in planning for mass media efforts related to the program.
Management - 5%
Provide moderately complex administrative management support to the overall organization.
Solve problems and resolve conflicts that arise in the program's operation, utilizing appropriate policies and procedures.
Provide low complexity administrative management of established educational program goals.
May give guidance to volunteers and staff, specifically those performing similar work or addressing a similar target population.
Coordination/Operation - 5%
Provide moderately complex routine tasks to support the delivery of educational program goals.
Provide low complexity limited tasks to support program budget implementation, including researching pricing, supplies options, and estimating program expenses.
Prepare program-related expense receipts for recording.
Professional Improvement - 5%
Prepare for and actively participate in staff training and meetings.
Participate in staff evaluation processes as instructed.
Collaborate in activities that are in general support of Cornell Cooperative Extension and perform other duties as assigned.
Health and Safety - Applied to all duties and functions.
Support the Association to maintain a safe living and working environment.
Be familiar with and strive to follow any applicable federal, state, local regulations, Association health and safety policy/procedure/requirement, and standard.
Act proactively to prevent accidents/injuries and communicate hazards to supervisors when identified.
EEO/EPO and Policy - Applied to all duties and functions.
Appreciate and embrace diversity in all interactions with clientele, staff, volunteers, and the public.
Assist the Cornell Cooperative Extension system in reaching out to diverse audiences.
Aware of and adhered to the established Cornell Cooperative Extension Association of Suffolk County policies, procedures, and Cornell Cooperative Extension Skills for Success.
Contribute to the organization's overall success by performing all assigned duties professionally, timely, and accurately.
Equal Opportunity Employment
Cornell Cooperative Extension is an employer and educator recognized for valuing AA/EEO,
Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.
Salary: Non-Exempt - $20.00 per hour
Hour: Part-Time (21 Hours per week)
Benefits: Full Benefits
Date Position Available: Approximately August 1, 2021
HOW TO APPLY:
Review of applications will begin immediately. The position will remain open until a qualified pool of candidates is obtained.
Applicants need to:
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