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Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) has a solid commitment to diversity, equal opportunity and affirmative action in the development of its policies, programs, procedures and practices through its affiliation with Cornell University, and as a part of the national extension system through the United States Department of Agriculture. 

CCE's mission, vision and values are well entrenched in the principles of diversity, equal opportunity and affirmative action, and provide the foundation from which we operate.

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Effective April 18, 2016 - CCE Oneida has transitioned to a new job application system.  How to Apply:  Applicants (including current employees of other Cornell Cooperative Extension Associations) must apply online through the APPLY button in the job posting. Current employees of the Cornell Cooperative Extension Association indicated in this job posting are considered internal applicants and must apply online through their Workday account. All applicants must submit a COVER LETTER,  RESUME and three individuals who may be contacted as REFERENCES. Please consider indicating in your application all information you feel would be helpful for selection committee members to know.  Once the application is submitted you will not be able to change your submission or add attachments.  Be sure that you have followed all directions and requirements listed in the job posting. For additional information please contact Lori North, lrn22@cornell.edu.


Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a Subject Educator I.  The Subject Educator I serves as a member of the Family Development Team to deliver programming and assist with the evaluation, planning and management of Family Development programs to child care providers and parents in Herkimer, Madison, and Oneida Counties. The educator will deliver programs to child care providers on topics including, but not limited to: NYS Health and Safety guidelines, engaging learning environments, program organization and routines, parent communication, program development, developmentally appropriate practice, professionalism, and responsibility. The Educator will provide information to child care providers and parents regarding other Extension programs, community agencies, and services as needed. Click here to learn more and apply.


Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a Program Educator II to work on the Child Care Resource and Referral grant.  The Program Educator will provide education to child care providers and parents in Oneida, Madison and Herkimer Counties on quality and safe child care.  Under the direction of the Family Development Issue Leader, the Educator will deliver educational programs at child care sites on topics including, but not limited to: NY State Health & Safety guidelines, engaged learning activities, program organization and routine, parent communication, program development, professionalism and responsibility.  This position will provide data entry and management of participant data requiring confidentiality.  The Educator will provide information to child care providers and parents regarding other Extension programs, community agencies, and services, as needed.


Cornell Cooperative Extension of Madison County is seeking an Executive Director.   The Executive Director for the Cornell Cooperative Extension Association of Madison County represents and is accountable to the Association Board of Directors and the Director of the Cornell Cooperative Extension system. The Executive Director is expected to be an effective leader, helping to develop and project a compelling and contemporary vision for Extension programming to stakeholders, both internal and external.  The Executive Director must be engaged with decision makers both locally and at Cornell in order to be effective. The Executive Director is expected to provide high level leadership and management of the Association within Cornell and local policy direction. The Executive Director develops and maintains effective working relationships among the staff, other Extension Associations, the Leatherstocking Region Shared Business Network, Extension Administration, Cornell faculty, and stakeholders. This position will build positive relationships with legislators, local government leaders, community leaders, funding agencies, and civic groups. The Executive Director exercises professional judgment and executive skills in administering overall Association operations. This position provides leadership in overall educational program development, implementation, establishing program priorities, provide leadership for the ongoing development of a welcoming and inclusive organizational climate for diversity, and program integration across disciplines and within the broader Extension system. The Executive Director is expected to develop enhanced revenue streams to sustain and augment programming in the Association.


Questions or concerns about a position? Contact our HR Department!  Call or email Lori North at (315) 736-3394 x 166 or email lrn22@cornell.edu

Cornell Cooperative Extension actively supports equal educational and employment opportunities. No person shall be denied admission to any educational program or activity or be denied employment on the basis of any legally prohibited discrimination involving, but not limited to, such factors as race, color, religion, political beliefs, national or ethnic origin, sex, gender/gender identity, transgender status, sexual orientation, age, marital or family status, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. Cornell Cooperative Extension is committed to the maintenance of affirmative action programs that will assure the continuation of such equality of opportunity.