Douglas County 4-H Agent
Open Until Filled: Yes
Job Summary: This County Extension Agent position is responsible for managing the 4-H program in Douglas County by providing educational programs for youth in 4-H club meetings, coordinating local activities, and preparing youth for project and judging events. It serves as a UGA Public Service Faculty member and a member of the Douglas County Extension Staff (http://www.caes.uga.edu/extension/douglas/ ). It is under the direction and leadership of the Douglas County Extension Coordinator and the Northwest District Extension Director. Other Responsibilities: · Provides leadership for Program Assistants, volunteers, and teen leaders in delivering 4-H and Youth programs · Implements the CAES Civil Rights/Equal Opportunity plan · Utilizes the expertise of and works closely with advisory groups, community leaders, public officials and representatives of intended audiences to analyze data, identify needs, and assist in developing educational programs · Develops a Plan of Work that is equitable in meeting the varied socio-economic needs of the county · Develops and conducts relevant interdisciplinary programs with others based on critical issues · Collaborates with other agencies and community groups to plan and implement programs · Conducts promotional efforts to expand the public's view of extension programming · Utilizes current research data on emerging issues in program development and teaching · Demonstrates personal interest and involvement in community by participating in and supporting civic/community activities/organizations and networking with community leaders This position requires frequent night meetings, some weekend work, and attendance at out-of-county meetings. A valid driver's license and a personal vehicle for official duty travel are required. Reimbursement for business travel will be provided. http://douglascountygeorgia.com/ http://extension.uga.edu/4h/ http://extension.uga.edu/about/join/careers.cfm
Minimum Qualifications: A Master's degree. A Bachelor's degree is acceptable for a Public Service Provisional appointment. This provisional faculty classification is offered for no more than three years without review. You may apply for a regular public service faculty appointment upon completion of an advanced degree or successful progression through the public service promotion process. See the University of Georgia Guidelines for Appointments and Promotions for Public Service and Outreach Academic Rank for complete details http://outreach.uga.edu/policies/appointment-and-promotion-guidelines/ .
Preferred Qualifications: * A Master's degree in Human/Youth Development, Sociology, Education, Agriculture, Family & Consumer Sciences, Recreation, or related area. * Successful experience in program development and management (direct 4-H experience strongly preferred), demonstrated communication ability, as well as skills in leadership and management * The ability to design, coordinate, and teach educational programs to meet community needs * A demonstrated ability to work as a team member and engage with groups and committees
Salary: Minimum $46,000/year for Master's Degree (Bachelor's $34,500) as well as an excellent benefits package as a faculty member of the University of Georgia. Reimbursement for business travel will be provided.
Faculty Rank: Open Rank
Tenure Status: Non-Tenure Track
Employee Percentage: 100
Location od Vacancy: Atlanta Area
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