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The IPM Hop Scouting Program is looking for a Hops Program Educator to work with the NYS State Hops Specialist to provide educational outreach to hops growers, focusing on pest management strategies and protocols for scouting and managing hops pests. Weekly duties will include traveling to four hop yards per day, four days per week. While at the hops yards the educator will collect samples in targeted areas. Under the direction of the Resource Educator, the Hops Educator will compile data based on the collected samples and that will be used to develop fact sheets on the pests of hops in New York. The educator will then present this information to hops growers directly and through newsletters. The educator will also present this information at summer field days, public events and the annual hops conference.
There is now a search for the right person to carry out the scouting project. The job will begin as soon as it can be filled and continue through the end of 2015. Interested applicants must apply through the Cornell Taleo personnel system at https://cornellu.taleo.net/careersection/10163/jobsearch.ftl.
Please contact Mary Beth McEwen at email@example.com or Steve Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org