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Job: Coastal Extension Position


Peter Hagen <[log in to unmask]>


Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>


Tue, 18 Jan 2000 16:21:36 -0900





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> From Gary Jensen, USDA-CSREES

Please distribute this announcement to others who may have an interest.
Materials may reach institution shortly after review process begins January
24. Contact Rick Wallace as referenced if more information is desired.


Position Announcement
Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures Department
Auburn University

Position: Ag Program Assistant II (grade 12) or Ag Program Associate I
(grade 14)

Responsibilities: Develop and conduct extension programs that assist
citizens, policy makers and elected officials in making wise uses of coastal
resources. Information is transferred to stake holders through personal
contacts, group meetings, workshops, newsletters, newspaper columns and
computer networks. The position is located at the Auburn University Marine
Extension and Research Center, Mobile, Alabama.

Qualifications: Entry into the Ag Program Assistant or Associate applicant
pool requires a B.S. or M.S. degree from an accredited college or university
in environmental sciences, natural resources or a closely related field. The
hiring range for Ag Program Assistant II is $26,410-$34,330 and requires a
B.S. degree and three years equivalent experience or an M.S. degree. The
hiring range for Ag Program Associate I is $31,340-$40,740 and requires a
B.S. degree and six years of equivalent experience or M.S. degree and three
years equivalent experience. Excellent interpersonal and written
communication skills including the ability to relate technical information
to non-technical audiences is essential. Experience with marine resources
and familiarity with computer programs to analyze data and disseminate
information is desirable. A successful candidate will have the ability to
work as a team player within overlapping administrative structures.
Applicants must be able to obtain and maintain an Alabama Driver's license
and be willing to work irregular hours and weekends including occasional
overnight travel.

Application: Applicants should send a letter of application, resume, college
transcripts, and names/addresses of three references to: Search Committee-Ag
Program Assistant II or Ag Program Associate I, Human Resources, Langdon
Hall, Auburn University, AL 36849.

Review Date: Review of applications will begin after January 24, 2000. The
position is available immediately. If you have questions concerning the
position, contact Dr. Rick Wallace at 334-438-5690 or e-mail
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Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. Auburn University is an equal
opportunity /affirmative action employer.

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