Agent - 4-H Youth Development

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University of Maryland Extension Frederick County is accepting applications for a 4-H Youth Development Educator. Position Summary/Purpose of Position: Extension Educator (Agent) is responsible for organizing, developing, implementing and evaluating educational programs for youth, families and communities working through volunteers and youth development agencies to provide experiential learning opportunities for youth, leading to the development of life skills for youth. The educator is also responsible for developing an active, ongoing recruitment campaign to involve new volunteers and youth. As a tenure track faculty member, the Educator will be responsible for providing leadership to develop focused youth development programs in cooperation with colleagues in the assigned Cluster. The faculty member will be on track for tenure and promotion to a higher rank in accordance with University policy and UME tenure guidelines within a timeframe defined. Salary & Benefits: Salary will be commensurate with experience with salary starting at: Master's Base: $56,145 – Ph.D. Base: $67,055. The University of Maryland offers an extensive benefits package. Minimum Qualifications Master's degree. Three or more years of experience in positive youth development and/or education. Experience working with youth groups and volunteers. Demonstrated teaching and leadership ability. Good communication and computer skills. Must be willing to work flexible hours, with some evenings and weekends, and to travel within assigned county, administrative cluster, and state. Personal transportation and valid driver's license. Preferred Qualifications: Ph.D. Preferred education emphasis is in youth or child development, education, life science or related field or a similar degree emphasis in undergraduate work. Experience in volunteer development, youth development, program management, and grant writing and management. Knowledge of the educational program development process and utilization of logic models to work toward meaningful outcomes while addressing youth focused issues. Experience with the 4-H youth development program Demonstrated success in building collaborative partnerships and successful engagement with limited resource audiences. Evidence
University of Maryland Extension Frederick County is accepting applications for a 4-H Youth Development Educator. Position Summary/Purpose of Position: Extension Educator (Agent) is responsible for organizing, developing, implementing and evaluating educational programs for youth, families and communities working through volunteers and youth development agencies to provide experiential learning opportunities for youth, leading to the development of life skills for youth. The educator is also responsible for developing an active, ongoing recruitment campaign to involve new volunteers and youth. As a tenure track faculty member, the Educator will be responsible for providing leadership to develop focused youth development programs in cooperation with colleagues in the assigned Cluster. The faculty member will be on track for tenure and promotion to a higher rank in accordance with University policy and UME tenure guidelines within a timeframe defined. Salary & Benefits: Salary will be commensurate with experience with salary starting at: Master's Base: $56,145 – Ph.D. Base: $67,055. The University of Maryland offers an extensive benefits package. Minimum Qualifications Master's degree. Three or more years of experience in positive youth development and/or education. Experience working with youth groups and volunteers. Demonstrated teaching and leadership ability. Good communication and computer skills. Must be willing to work flexible hours, with some evenings and weekends, and to travel within assigned county, administrative cluster, and state. Personal transportation and valid driver's license. Preferred Qualifications: Ph.D. Preferred education emphasis is in youth or child development, education, life science or related field or a similar degree emphasis in undergraduate work. Experience in volunteer development, youth development, program management, and grant writing and management. Knowledge of the educational program development process and utilization of logic models to work toward meaningful outcomes while addressing youth focused issues. Experience with the 4-H youth development program Demonstrated success in building collaborative partnerships and successful engagement with limited resource audiences. Evidence
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