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Flagler County - Bunnell, FL - Extension Agent I or II – 4-H Youth Development (73796)

Closing date: May 27, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time

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    Location

    Bunnell, FL

    Open Date

    Apr 29, 2021

    Deadline

    May 27, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time

    Description

    The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences is committed to creating an environment that affirms diversity across a variety of dimensions, including ability, class, ethnicity/race, gender identity and expression. We particularly welcome applicants who can contribute to such an environment through their scholarship, teaching, mentoring, and professional service. We strongly encourage historically underrepresented groups to apply.

    If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for this position, please call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at 800-955-8771 (TDD) or visit Accessibility at UF .

    The Univ. of Florida (UF) is a Land Grant institution with core values of unique purpose, excellence, integrity, collaboration and partnership, lifelong learning, diversity, responsiveness, innovation, communication, and global reach. IFAS employs more than 2,000 faculty and staff statewide. IFAS Extension employs 375 Extension Agents and has an office in each of Florida’s 67 counties.

    Our mission in the Florida Cooperative Extension Service is to partner with communities to provide quality, relevant education and research-based expertise to foster healthy people, a healthy environment, and a healthy economy. We are the resource that helps educate Floridians to address issues related to agriculture, horticulture, natural resources, youth development, families and communities.

    UF/IFAS is committed to creating an environment that affirms diversity across a variety of dimensions, including ability, class, ethnicity/race, and gender identity and expression. We particularly welcome applicants who can contribute to such an environment through their scholarship, teaching, mentoring, and professional service.

    We hire the best. Diverse views and experiences make us strong. We look for people with both academic and people skills, who work well in teams, honor their commitments, innovate in a rapidly changing world, and believe in inclusion and diversity. Working for Florida Cooperative Extension will allow you to make a positive impact in your community as you help shape future generations, growing your career while earning a competitive salary and great benefits.

    As an Extension Agent, you will work jointly for UF/IFAS Extension and Flagler County. We are looking for an individual who is self-starting, energetic, and team-oriented. Your educational responsibilities will include volunteer management and training with an emphasis on positive youth development of young people ages 5-18 through 4-H projects like food systems, outdoor education, shooting sports, animal science, and leadership. You must be able to work as part of an overall extension team including a 4-H program assistant to oversee delivery of 4-H educational programs. You will demonstrate excellent external and internal customer service, responding to client needs in a timely and professional manner. Your office will be located at the Flagler County Extension Office in Bunnell.

    What you will do:

    • Recruit, screen, train, evaluate, recognize, and oversee 4-H volunteers according to state protocol.
    • Oversee the work of adult volunteers leading 4-H clubs, camps, and workshops that promote life skill development in youth.
    • Foster an inclusive environment and build effective relationships with stakeholders, county government, community leaders, private sector clientele, media, government agencies, county residents, and UF/IFAS faculty, staff, and Extension administration.
    • Organize a variety of educational events within the county while helping conduct district and state events.
    • Plan, implement, and evaluate extension programs with respect to life skill development and volunteer management.
    • Ensure office procedures related to handling of financial records within the 4-H office and reporting procedures are conducted according to state 4-H protocol.
    • Seek local community support for your 4-H program, including establishment of a local advisory committee.
    • Keep accurate records.
    • Complete an annual plan of work and report of accomplishment (including extension program planning, implementation, and evaluation details) based on the input of your advisory committee and other stakeholders. Additional faculty reports will be required.
    • Cultivate relationships with businesses and community partners who have an interest in youth development.
    • Provide leadership for 4-H youth councils.
    • Actively participate in the Flagler County 4-H Association.
    • Work collaboratively to develop partnerships with agencies and organizations for interdisciplinary projects.
    • Develop creative works and write client and public-friendly publications and other educational materials.
    • Seek extramural funding and participate in professional associations.
    • Follow all county, UF, and IFAS Extension policies regarding Affirmative Action, program development, and parity.
    • Occasionally assume other responsibilities that benefit the total county extension program as assigned by the County Extension Director and/or the District Extension Director.

    What you will bring (required):

    • A bachelor’s degree in from an accredited college or university in youth development, education, community development/sociology, non-profit leadership, agriculture, or a related field. We will accept applicants without a bachelor’s degree if the degree will be earned by August 2021. If hired solely with a bachelor’s degree, we want you to continue to grow in your career. As such, we expect you to make at least 50% progress towards obtaining your master’s degree within the first 6 years of employment.
    • Strong written and verbal interpersonal and communication skills.
    • Knowledge and experience with computer technology.
    • Resourcefulness, creativity, enthusiasm, and innovativeness.
    • Good organizational development and management skills.
    • Ability to establish solid partnerships and to find innovative ways to attract new audiences and volunteers.
    • A commitment to customer service.
    • Ability to possess (or be able to obtain) a valid Florida driver’s license.
    • Flexibility with working hours; willingness to work irregular hours, including evenings, weekends, and overnight travel.

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Flagler/Volusia Counties - Extension Agent I or II – Florida Sea Grant (Multicounty)(73794)

Closing date: May 27, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time

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    Location

    Flagler/Volusia Counties, FL

    Open Date

    Apr 29, 2021

    Deadline

    May 27, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time

    Description

    The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences is committed to creating an environment that affirms diversity across a variety of dimensions, including ability, class, ethnicity/race, gender identity and expression. We particularly welcome applicants who can contribute to such an environment through their scholarship, teaching, mentoring, and professional service. We strongly encourage historically underrepresented groups to apply.

    If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for this position, please call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at 800-955-8771 (TDD) or visit Accessibility at UF .

    Our mission in the Florida Cooperative Extension Service is to partner with communities to provide quality, relevant education and research-based expertise to foster healthy people, a healthy environment, and a healthy economy. We are the resource that helps educate Floridians to address issues related to agriculture, horticulture, natural resources, youth development, families and communities.

    The University of Florida (UF) is a Land-Grant institution with core values of unique purpose, excellence, integrity, collaboration and partnership, lifelong learning, diversity, inclusion, responsiveness, innovation, communication, and global reach. The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) employs more than 2,000 faculty and staff statewide. IFAS Extension employs 375 Extension Agents and has an office in each of Florida’s 67 counties.

    We hire the best. Diverse views and experiences make us strong. We look for people with both academic and people skills who work well in teams, honor their commitments, innovate in a rapidly changing world, and believe in inclusion and diversity.  Working for Florida Cooperative Extension will allow you to make a positive impact in your community as you help shape future generations, growing your career while earning a competitive salary and great benefits.

    As a Florida Sea Grant Extension Agent, you will work jointly for UF/IFAS Extension, Flagler County, and Volusia County. We are looking for an individual with skills in teaching diverse audiences who will plan, develop, teach, implement, and evaluate a comprehensive marine/coastal resources education program (95%) and assist with our 4-H Youth Development program (5%).

    You will be responsible for a program that provides public education and leadership to support economic growth and environmental sustainability with collaboration and input of industry stakeholders, county residents, local government, state and regional agencies, best practice models of Sea Grant Agents from around the state, and local IFAS Extension colleagues.

    What you will do:

    • Deliver educational programs using a wide variety of approaches (e.g., tours, workshops, seminars, publications, and electronic media) to effectively reach community stakeholders of diverse age, education, experience, and learning styles.
    • Develop, promote, and use educational and communication tools to address issues, facilitate solutions, and promote positive behavior change associated with the health of coastal and estuarine environments and their inhabitants.
    • Priority focus and educational areas include but are not limited to:
      • Coastal community resilience and stewardship.
      • Water quality issues.
      • Economic growth and development.
      • Invasive marine and coastal species.
      • Protected marine species (e.g., right whales, sea turtles, manatees).
      • Fisheries and fishing.
      • New initiatives.
    • Create, develop, and confer with a Flagler/Volusia County marine advisory committee to provide local guidance, ensuring that the local Sea Grant program is relevant with a high level of stakeholder engagement.
    • Collaborate with agencies and other partners to respond effectively and efficiently to priority coastal issues.
    • Develop and maintain professional relationships with various marine and coastal businesses, resource and water education user groups, and other stakeholders.
    • Act as a liaison to marine and natural resource management agencies, as well as public and private organizations, aquaculturists, and educational institutions.
    • Participate on at least one Florida Sea Grant work action group (WAG) and contribute to regional and statewide extension education programs that are relevant to Flagler and Volusia Counties and local stakeholders.
    • Participate in the annual Sea Grant Extension Program retreat and other professional development opportunities.
    • Develop programs to promote nature-based recreation, tourism, and economic development as it relates to Flagler and Volusia Counties coastal and other natural resources.
    • Engage with and accept other duties as assigned or determined to be relevant and/or priorities to marine extension education programs by the County Extension Directors and the District Extension Director, including related 4-H youth programs and priority statewide initiative.
    • Continue learning, researching, collaborating, and experiencing local marine and coastal issues to provide research-based educational information and solutions meeting the needs of local stakeholders and to stay current on new issues and environmental demands.
    • Follow all county, UF, and IFAS Extension policies regarding Affirmative Action, program development, and parity.
    • Carry out other duties as outlined by the County Extension Directors and the District Extension Director.

    What you will bring (minimum required):

    • A bachelor’s degree in marine science, marine policy, fisheries, aquaculture, marine biology, or a closely related field. We will accept applicants without a bachelor’s degree if the degree will be earned by August 2021. If hired solely with a bachelor’s degree, we want you to grow in your career. Therefore, you will be expected to make at least 50% progress towards obtaining a master's degree within 6 years of employment.
    • Professional experience in a marine-related field or equivalent.
    • Strong interpersonal and effective communication skills (written and verbal).
    • Ability to prioritize, multi-task, and balance diverse responsibilities.
    • A commitment to customer service and Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA) guidelines of UF/IFAS Extension.
    • A valid (or be able to obtain) Florida driver’s license.
    • Flexibility with working hours; willingness to work irregular hours, including evenings, weekends and overnight travel.
    • Ability to comply with the Memorandum of Understanding between the University of Florida and Flagler and Volusia County Governments.

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Marion County - Ocala, FL - Extension Agent I or II – Agriculture and Natural Resources (73170)

Closing date: May 14, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time

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    Location

    Ocala, FL

    Open Date

    Apr 16, 2021

    Deadline

    May 14, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time

    Description

     

    The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences is committed to creating an environment that affirms diversity across a variety of dimensions, including ability, class, ethnicity/race, gender identity and expression. We particularly welcome applicants who can contribute to such an environment through their scholarship, teaching, mentoring, and professional service. We strongly encourage historically underrepresented groups to apply.

    If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for this position, please call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at 800-955-8771 (TDD) or visit Accessibility at UF .

    The Univ. of Florida (UF) is a Land Grant institution with core values of unique purpose, excellence, integrity, collaboration and partnership, lifelong learning, diversity, responsiveness, innovation, communication, and global reach. IFAS employs more than 2,000 faculty and staff statewide. IFAS Extension employs 375 Extension Agents and has an office in each of Florida’s 67 counties.

    Our mission in the Florida Cooperative Extension Service is to partner with communities to provide quality, relevant education and research-based expertise to foster healthy people, a healthy environment, and a healthy economy. We are the resource that helps educate Floridians to address issues related to agriculture, horticulture, natural resources, youth development, families and communities.

    We hire the best. Diverse views and experiences make us strong. We look for people with both academic and people skills who work well in teams, honor their commitments, innovate in a rapidly changing world, and believe in inclusion and diversity. We desire an Agent who will use a variety of marketing techniques to reach diverse populations to ensure diversity, inclusion, and equity; someone who will implement procedures to make sure strategies are used to allow diverse populations to be successful in his/her programmatic efforts. Working for Florida Cooperative Extension will allow you to make a positive impact in your community as you help shape future generations, growing your career while earning a competitive salary and great benefits.

    As an Extension Agent, you will work jointly for UF/IFAS Extension and Marion County. We seek an individual with skills in animal manure management to provide educational programs for more than 900 equine farms and other large and small operations. Programs will cover manure handling, storage, treatment (where possible and applicable), and use on or off the farm and will include nutrient management from animal manure and water quality protection.

    What you will do:

    • Visit livestock farms and ranches in Marion County to teach farm owners and managers how to implement best manure management practices in their operations.
    • Build and implement a Master Naturalist program.
    • Collaborate with the Marion County Livestock Agent on related areas.
    • Work as part of an extension team that teaches how to protect water quality and water supply.
    • Address issues affecting the agriculture industry including food systems and the environment, to include coverage of invasive species, wildlife, natural spaces, farm aquatics, and farm ponds.
    • Teach the public, particularly youth audiences, about the importance of agriculture and natural resources in Marion County.
    • Recruit, maintain, and use input and support from an active Extension Advisory Committee for subject matter program development, marketing and networking.
    • Collaborate with other extension personnel, media, other county departments, community, local and state agencies, and local partners to enhance educational outreach and program marketing.
    • Develop an annual plan of work and a report of accomplishment and other required reports on a regular and timely basis.
    • Seek, obtain, and manage grants, in-kind funding, and other funds to enhance programmatic efforts.
    • Work with diverse audiences following all Affirmative Action guidelines.
    • Effectively work as a member of the extension team and contribute to statewide extension programming in support of the Extension long-range plan (the “Roadmap”).
    • Maintain a favorable image of UF/IFAS Extension in the community and be actively involved in Marion County community life.
    • Follow all UF, IFAS, and Marion County policies and procedures.
    • Participate in professional organizations appropriate for this position.
    • Contribute at least 5% of effort towards work with the local 4-H Youth Development Agent, youth, and volunteers in planning, teaching, evaluating and reporting on youth development programming in subject matter areas of expertise.
    • Work closely with the County Extension Director, the Central District Extension Director and Marion County government and assume other duties assigned by them.

    What you will bring (minimum required):

    • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in animal science, soil and water science, agricultural engineering, or a related discipline. We will accept applicants without a bachelor’s degree if the degree will be earned by May 2021.
    • Strong oral and written interpersonal and communication skills.
    • Ability to prioritize, multi-task, and balance diverse responsibilities.
    • A strong commitment to customer service and Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA) guidelines of UF/IFAS Extension.
    • Ability to possess or to be able to obtain and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s license
    • Ability to pass a national background check.
    • Flexibility with working hours; willingness to work irregular hours including evenings, weekends, and overnight travel, as well as travel with a County or University assigned vehicle, or a personal vehicle.
    • Ability to comply with the Memorandum of Understanding between Marion County Government and the University of Florida.

     

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Marion County - Ocala, FL - Extension Agent I or II – Family and Consumer Sciences and Food Systems (73172)

Closing date: May 14, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time

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    Location

    Ocala, FL

    Open Date

    Apr 16, 2021

    Deadline

    May 14, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time

    Description

     

    The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences is committed to creating an environment that affirms diversity across a variety of dimensions, including ability, class, ethnicity/race, gender identity and expression. We particularly welcome applicants who can contribute to such an environment through their scholarship, teaching, mentoring, and professional service. We strongly encourage historically underrepresented groups to apply.

    If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for this position, please call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at 800-955-8771 (TDD) or visit Accessibility at UF .

    The Univ. of Florida (UF) is a Land Grant institution with core values of unique purpose, excellence, integrity, collaboration and partnership, lifelong learning, diversity, responsiveness, innovation, communication, and global reach. IFAS employs more than 2,000 faculty and staff statewide. IFAS Extension employs 375 Extension Agents and has an office in each of Florida’s 67 counties.

    Our mission in the Florida Cooperative Extension Service is to partner with communities to provide quality, relevant education and research-based expertise to foster healthy people, a healthy environment, and a healthy economy. We are the resource that helps educate Floridians to address issues related to agriculture, horticulture, natural resources, youth development, families and communities.

    We hire the best. Diverse views and experiences make us strong. We look for people with both academic and people skills who work well in teams, honor their commitments, innovate in a rapidly changing world, and believe in inclusion and diversity. We desire an Agent who will use a variety of marketing techniques to reach diverse populations to ensure diversity, inclusion, and equity; someone who will implement procedures to make sure strategies are used to allow diverse populations to be successful in his/her programmatic efforts. Working for Florida Cooperative Extension will allow you to make a positive impact in your community as you help shape future generations, growing your career while earning a competitive salary and great benefits.

    As an Extension Agent, you will work jointly for UF/IFAS Extension and Marion County. We are looking for an individual with skills in human nutrition, healthy lifestyles, food safety; someone who understands the crossroads of food systems with health and well-being. “Food systems” in the context of this position includes access to local, safe, and healthy foods, resource management, sustainable living, and social, mental and physical well-being.

    You will be responsible for a program that provides public education to individuals and families to adopt healthy eating habits and lifestyle behaviors that can prevent or delay the onset of chronic diseases such as heart diseases, hypertension, diabetes, osteoporosis and cancer.

    Food systems encompasses community food initiatives, community-supported agriculture, farm to consumer efforts, consumer education of communities, farmers markets, and agri-tourism. Your office will be located at the UF/IFAS Extension, Marion County Office in Ocala, FL.

    What you will do:

    • Design, implement, evaluate, and report on community-based educational programs focusing on human nutrition, wellness, and food systems.
    • Collaborate with other faculty and community leaders to facilitate and coordinate partnerships with local and state agencies, elected officials, and communities in developing urban/rural and community economic opportunities to enhance local and regional food systems.
    • Provide public education to youth and adults to empower individuals and families to build healthy lives and achieve social and economic success.
    • Extend educational training through volunteer systems.
    • Establish an advisory committee of citizens and professionals to analyze the county situation, identify priority issues, and assist with program design to reach target clientele.
    • Assist in community food initiatives, community supported agriculture, farm to consumer efforts, farmers markets, and agri-tourism opportunities.
    • Become a certified and active ServSafe instructor.
    • Devote 5% of your time to 4-H Youth Development programs in your area of expertise.
    • Use traditional and innovative (e.g., web-based) educational methods to teach target audiences new practices, procedures, techniques, and skills that will result in positive behavioral or practice change with time.
    • Seek grants, contracts, or other funding and partnership opportunities to support extension programs.
    • Work with UF/IFAS and Marion County teams to identify needs, issues, and opportunities.
    • Carry out other duties as outlined by the County Extension Director and the District Extension Director.

     

    What you will bring (minimum required):

    • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in family and consumer sciences, human nutrition, public health, or a closely related discipline. We will accept applicants without a bachelor’s degree if the degree will be earned by May 2021.
    • Strong oral and written interpersonal and communication skills.
    • Ability to prioritize, multi-task, and balance diverse responsibilities.
    • A strong commitment to customer service and Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA) guidelines of UF/IFAS Extension.
    • Ability to possess or to be able to obtain and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s license
    • Ability to pass a national background check.
    • Flexibility with working hours; willingness to work irregular hours including evenings, weekends, and overnight travel, as well as travel with a County or University assigned vehicle, or a personal vehicle.
    • Ability to comply with the Memorandum of Understanding between Marion County Government and the University of Florida.

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Southeast District



Seminole Tribe - Brighton Reservation, FL - Program Extension Agent I-III - Ag-4-H Youth Development (69135)

Closing date: May 10, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time

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    Location

    Brighton Reservation, FL

    Open Date

    Jan 22, 2020

    Deadline

    May 10, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time

    Description

    Please note: The Program Extension Agent track is non-permanent status accruing in the Florida Cooperative Extension Service (FCES).

     

    The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences is committed to creating an environment that affirms diversity across a variety of dimensions, including ability, class, ethnicity/race, gender identity and expression. We particularly welcome applicants who can contribute to such an environment through their scholarship, teaching, mentoring, and professional service. We strongly encourage historically underrepresented groups to apply.

     

    If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for this position, please call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at 800-955-8771 (TDD) or visit Accessibility at UF .

     

    The Univ. of Florida (UF) is a Land Grant institution with core values of unique purpose, excellence, integrity, collaboration and partnership, lifelong learning, diversity, responsiveness, innovation, communication, and global reach. IFAS employs more than 2,000 faculty and staff statewide. IFAS Extension employs 375 Extension Agents and has an office in each of Florida’s 67 counties.

     

    Our mission in the Florida Cooperative Extension Service is to partner with communities to provide quality, relevant education and research-based expertise to foster healthy people, a healthy environment, and a healthy economy. We are the resource that helps educate Floridians to address issues related to agriculture, horticulture, natural resources, youth development, families and communities.

     

    We are looking for candidates with both academic and people skills who work well in teams, honor their commitments, and innovate in a rapidly changing world. The over-arching goal of this extension program is to provide a conduit through which useful information, otherwise unavailable, is delivered to the Seminole Tribe resulting in greater skill capacity and increased knowledge and adoption of best practices. There are two project areas: Agriculture (primary) and 4-H Youth Development (secondary).

     

    The successful candidate will implement Florida’s Federally Recognized Tribes Extension Program (FRTEP). Primary program areas include “Increasing Knowledge of Optimal Production Strategies for Agricultural Operations” (about 60% of your time) and “Empowering Youth with Beneficial Skills in the Seminole Tribe of Florida” (about 40% of your time). As an extension educator, you will lead through the design, implementation, and evaluation of educational programs designed to assist diverse clientele.

     

    What you will do as the Agriculture Extension Agent:

    • Provide cattle operations assistance for the Tribal Board and Council Operations, Seminole Tribe of Florida Natural Resources Department to improve forage quality, volume, and weed control, enhance cattle body condition scores, and increase stocking rates and conception.
    • Develop, conduct, coordinate, evaluate, and report on agricultural clientele educational programs.
    • Teach best management practices to protect water resources.
    • Work as part of a team with local producers, organizations, agencies, and UF/IFAS colleagues to promote agriculture.
    • Assist with soil and forage sampling.

     

    What you will do as the 4-H Extension Agent:

    • Lead the development, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive 4-H Youth Development Program in cooperation with county/state Extension colleagues and local citizens.
    • Deliver teaching and programs through 4-H clubs as well as school enrichment and special interest programs.
    • Recruit, train, supervise, and evaluate 4-H program assistants and volunteers.
    • Ensure program policies, enrollment, record keeping, risk management, and experiential learning procedures are updated and accurate.

    General duties:

    • Establish and maintain an effective system for accountabilit
    • Lead acquisition and management of resources to support programming
    • Produce creative works like presentations, newsletters, educational games, and publica
    • Participate in professional associations.
    • Write an annual plan of work and report of accomplishment.
    • Assume other responsibilities that benefit the total Seminole Tribe extension program as assigned by the District Extension Director.
    • Establish an advisory committee representing local demographics to seek input and advice on programing needs.

     

    What you will bring (required):

    • A bachelor’s degree in agriculture, animal sciences or a related field (with experience in youth development) from an accredited college or university. If hired with a bachelor’s degree, we expect you to make at least 50% progress towards obtaining your master’s degree within the first 6 years of employment. We will accept applicants without a bachelor’s degree if the degree will be earned by May 2021.
    • Effective written and verbal communication and a comfortable feeling presenting in front of small and large crowds.
    • Ability to establish solid partnerships and find innovative ways to attract new audiences and volunteers.
    • A valid Florida driver’s license, a physical examination, and the ability to pass a substance screening and a national background screening.
    • A flexible schedule that allows for irregular hours as well as the flexibility to travel both out of south Florida and out of state. Regular travel between reservations is common. (A work vehicle is provided for travel between reservations.)
    • A commitment to customer service.