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Current Opening

Animal Science Resource Educator – Ballston Spa, NY (Click here for more information and to apply)

CCE of Saratoga County is seeking a full time qualified and experienced incumbent responsible for developing, planning, implementing and evaluating the 4-H Animal Science and CCE Equine educational programming. The Educator is responsible for identifying and assessing educational program needs, developing program goals and objectives, planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating educational programs for youth (4-H Animal Science) and adults (primarily CCE Equine).

This position also provides support and management for program volunteers, seasonal staff and interns as needed. The Educator works as an Extension Association team member in addressing local, regional, and statewide programming priorities. The Educator leads, oversees and carries out fund development and fundraising efforts related to 4-H Animal Science, CCE Equine, and Association general fundraising activities (in collaboration with other Association staff fundraising efforts). The Educator interacts with the public through delivery of programs and through individual participant assistance.

The Educator collaborates with educational partners including Cornell University and community agencies or program development, delivery, assessment, and evaluation guidance.

This position receives direct supervision and 4-H oversight from the 4-H Family & Consumer Sciences Issue Leader and receives program oversight in CCE Equine matters from the Agriculture Issue Leader.

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Saratoga County provides equal program and opportunities. No person shall be denied employment on the basis of any legally prohibited discrimination involving, but not limited to, such factors as race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, or qualified disability.


Susan Beebe
Assistant Director/ Agriculture Issue Leader

Last updated September 28, 2018