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- To begin approximately July 2014, subject to position clearance. For best consideration all application materials should be received by February 14, 2014.
- Provides leadership and establishes goals for a relevant and effective agricultural and human resources cooperative extension program in consultation with the administrative management team, department chairs, faculty and clientele; maintains liaison with CSREES partnership offices on issues relating to Cooperative Extension including all Smith-Lever funds, annual plans of work, accomplishments, and impact/implementation reports. The Associate Dean and Associate Director serves as a member of the CTAHR administrative group and is accountable to the Dean and Director of CTAHR.
- Develops policies and budgets with the Dean's concurrence. Coordinates the extension budget and allocations of state and federal extension funds.
- Maintains liaison with National Institute for Food and Agriculture (NIFA) partnership offices on issues relating to Cooperative Extension including all Smith-Lever funds, annual plans of work, accomplishments, and impact/implementation reports. Represents CTAHR regionally and nationally including attendance at the regular meetings of the Western Association of Cooperative Extension Directors.
- Actively seeks and encourages extension faculty to seek external funding for extension/research programs.
- Develops and implements in collaboration with University resources, a faculty development program focusing on extension faculty enhancement.
- In cooperation with the Associate Dean and Associate Director for Research, manages an internal grants program.
- Identifies new extension position priorities and position reassignments according to evolving extension priorities, integrating extension policies, priorities and programs with Academic and Student Affairs and Research programs.
- Participates in the administration of off-campus research/extension centers with department chairpersons, county administrators, and the CTAHR cabinet.
- Participates In contract renewal, tenure and promotion and post-tenure evaluation of CTAHR faculty.
- Serves on designated College, University and national committees related to extension outreach programs. Also serves on advisory committees of other agencies/groups as requested as beneficial to CTAHR.
- Maintains close communication with agriculture, natural resources, community and family organizations to identify extension programming needs.
- Ph.D. or equivalent degree in a discipline associated with CTAHR and have attained the academic rank of associate professor (I-4 or C-4 or equivalent) or have demonstrated a record of comparable professional experience prior to appointment.
- Demonstrated leadership in inter-county and statewide program development, management, implementation, and assessment.
- Demonstrated success in team building and collaborative efforts.
- Five years experience in Cooperative Extension and an understanding of the state-federal partnership.
- Qualified as Rank 5, professor
- CTAHR Personnel Office
- 3050 Maile Way, Gilmore 207
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Roy Yamakawa; 808-274-3471; email@example.com
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