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Learn about job opportunities with Cornell Cooperative Extension and partners.

Jobs

All applications for employment with Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County and other county Extension associations must be submitted through the Cornell University Employment system. We do post available job and internship opportunities on this page when they become available, with links to the Cornell website, for your convenience.


Current Openings


Community Horticulture Program Coordinator — PT/ Liberty, NY

The Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County Horticulture Program Coordinator will provide coordination for the Horticulture Program including garden development and maintenance, education and technical assistance through the Extension Education Center teaching gardens, Horticulture Diagnostic Lab (HDL) and the Soil Laboratory. The work will focus on garden development and maintenance and coordinating and delivering programs to help the general public, youth, and horticulture service industry in areas of horticulture, garden-based learning, and integrated pest management. Responsibilities include cultivating and maintaining teaching gardens, processing diagnostic samples and answering inquiries on the phone, through letters/email, in group workshops, and in person on subjects including food gardening, container gardening, landscaping, lawn care, structural and medically important pests, wildlife, environmental and sustainable issues, forestry and pesticide use and misuse. The position will process and test soil for pH as needed and send out comprehensive soil test reports with recommendations. This person is responsible for vetting or writing articles for various publications, updating factsheets and website information.

This is a part-time, 18.75 hours per week, benefits eligible position.

Compensation paid at the rate of $20.92 per hour.

Must apply for Community Horticulture Program Coordinator position online at this link. 


4-H Program Coordinator — FT/ Liberty, NY

The Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County 4-H Program Coordinator serves as a member of the 4-H Youth Development team to coordinate moderately complex tasks including organizing, planning and implementing activities and events to support the delivery of 4-H Youth Development programs in Sullivan County. 4-H Coordinator is responsible for supporting program objectives and plans in all areas of 4-H Youth Development programming with emphasis on Volunteer Coordination, 4-H Clubs and Members, Animal Science programs including Auction, and 4-H Program Areas of Civic Engagement, Healthy Living, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math), and other programs as assigned. This position works in collaboration with administrative staff to provide reception support and information on programs and events.

This is a full time, 37.5 hours per week, non-exempt, benefits eligible position. 

Compensation paid at the rate of $20.92 per hour.

Must apply for 4-H Program Coordinator position online at this link. 


Parenting and Family Life Educator — FT/ Liberty, NY

The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Sullivan County Parenting and Family Life Educator is responsible for providing leadership in developing, planning, conducting and evaluating educational programs for Parenting and Family Life educational programs to families and individuals encompassing all age groups in Sullivan County. This position works under the supervision of the Program Director for the parenting and resilience education program in Sullivan County. The main objective is to provide prevention focused and research informed parenting education programs to meet the diverse needs of Sullivan County, youth, families, and professionals. The position is responsible for using current research-based information to enhance the child rearing and caregiving practices of those who live, work or interact with children, in order to promote safe, stable and nurturing homes and communities. This individual represents Cornell Cooperative Extension’s parenting education and family life programs to the public, community leaders, government officials and Cornell University.

This is a one-year pilot program, continuation contingent on funding availability.

This is a full time, exempt, benefits eligible position. 

Compensation paid at the rate of $51,480 per year.

Must apply for Parenting and Family Life Educator position at this link.


DFC Program Assistant — PT/ Liberty, NY

The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Sullivan County Drug Free Communities (DFC) Program Assistant provides administrative support and coordination of routine tasks related to the delivery of DFC programs and research in the areas of Youth & Family Development, and Economic & Community Vitality. The Program Assistant directly supports and reports to SALT Program Manager and frequently assists with outreach in the community with partners, government personnel, school staff and faculty, youth volunteers, and the general public. The Program Assistant enthusiastically supports the development of a Sullivan Allies Leading Together (SALT) community coalition through outreach and social media messaging. Program Assistant interacts with schools, guardians, parents, and youth, with supervision and guidance by SALT Program Manager. 

This position is grant funded.

This is a part time, 20 hours per week, non-exempt, benefits eligible position. 

Compensation paid at the rate of $18.05 per hour.

Must apply for DFC Program Assistant position at this link. 


Seasonal Sullivan Fresh Farmers Market Coordinator — PT/FT Sullivan County, NY

Sullivan Fresh Markets rotate across 8 sites throughout Sullivan County. We are seeking dynamic, engaging, energetic Market Coordinators to work our farmers markets to ensure smooth operations and efficiency. This includes picking up, packing, loading, unloading, setting up, selling, local farm and food products into the mobile market van, properly sanitizing all supplies and equipment, operating a point of service (POS) machine, and completing sales paperwork. We are hiring one seasonal (mid-June through October) full-time position at 35-40 per week, and one seasonal (mid-June through October) part-time position at 20-25 hours per week.

Compensation paid at the rate of $18.05 per hour depending on experience.

Read full job description here.

To apply, email your resume by MAY 5, 2022 to mm2592@cornell.edu. Please reference “FARMERS MARKET COORDINATOR” in the subject line. Please do not call.


Ag Market Coordinator  PT/ Central Valley, NY

The Ag Market Coordinator promotes local agricultural products and agri-tourism and will help represent Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) to the public, NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets and Cornell University; a familiarity with local agriculture products and retail food sales will be demonstrated.

The Ag Market Coordinator will assist the Ag Market Manager implement activities related to the grant funded Taste NY Market program at the Woodbury Common Premium Outlets in Central Valley and at pop-up markets throughout the region. Primary responsibilities include educating the public on NYS products and points of interest, clerical/administrative support with day-to-day planning, coordination, routine management, straightforward inventory management, purchasing, operation of cash register, basic cash controls, operation and maintenance of inventory and Point of Sale software, transportation of inventory from warehouse to store, customer service, and general record keeping.

This is a part time, 18-30 hours per week, non-exempt, benefits eligible position. 

Compensation paid at the rate of $19.49 per hour depending on experience.

Must apply for Ag Market Coordinator position online at this link.


Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan 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.

Last updated April 28, 2022