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- Start approximately August 2017. Position may be converted from 9 to 11 months based on operational needs.
- Manage the college’s Molokai farm program and facility, including the maintenance of the 28-acre site in Hoolehua and supervision of students and support staff.
- Teach credit and/or non-credit courses in Agriculture.
- Independently plan, organize and carry out instructional assignments and curriculum development maintaining flexibility and demonstrating an ability to make adjustments to respond to trends in the field of agriculture and local training needs.
- Collaborate with UHMC’s Agriculture Program Coordinator for the planning and implementation of instructional programs and farm projects.
- Responsible for maintaining enrollment in courses at the Molokai Farm. Initiatives to support this include marketing courses and programs, working with local employers, and conducting community outreach.
- Determine employment possibilities and academic transfer programs for program graduates and maintain contact with employers and students to assist with transition to future education and/or workforce.
- Engage in community development activities in the field of agriculture.
- Manage Molokai Farm budget and UH Foundation account and develop revenue generating activities to support basic operational and classroom costs.
- Maintain, facilitate and coordinate the joint use of equipment and facilities between UH Maui College and UH College or Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR).
- Evening and or summer courses may be assigned as part of regular workload.
- Master’s degree in Agriculture or a related field from an accredited institution OR Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture or a related field and three years of progressively responsible work experience.
- Teaching experience with secondary age students up to adults, specifically with a background in facilitating applied learning.
- Demonstrated ability to work with diverse learners.
- Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and to work cooperatively with faculty, staff, students and members of the community.
- Demonstrated success as an agricultural entrepreneur.
- Qualifications to teach in discipline(s) outside of Agriculture.
- Diverse background in Agriculture to include experience in aquaponics, aquaculture, farm to table concepts, solar farming, bee-keeping or other agriculture related fields.
- UH Maui College - Human Resources
- 310 Kaahumanu Avenue
- Kahului, HI 96732
- Kelley Dudoit; 808-553-4490; firstname.lastname@example.org
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