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Type of Position:
Division of Agriculture of the University of Arkansas
The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture is a state wide campus, with faculty based on University campuses, at Research and Extension Centers and in every Arkansas county. It consists of the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station (AES) and the Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service (CES), and is home to more than 1400 employees. The Division was established in 1959 and is headed by the Vice-President for Agriculture. The Division headquarters is located in Little Rock with the rest of the University of Arkansas System Administration. As an employer, the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture offers a vibrant work environment and a workplace culture that promotes a healthy work-life balance.
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CEA * Staff Chair
Summary of Job Duties:
The EFNEP Program Assistant works for an assigned county Extension program under the supervision of a county agent in the Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP).
Communicates the benefits and goals of the EFNEP to clientele.
Demonstrates good oral and written communication skills.
Submits accurate reports on time.
Listens to feedback and acts to improve.
Relates well to participants needs.
Understands and communicates the purpose of the program to participants.
Uses EFNEP approved curricula and supporting materials to teach lessons to participants.
Exhibits sufficient knowledge of subject matter.
Relates well to participants needs.
Shows sensitivity to individual needs based on culture, race, age, and gender.
Establishes and maintains respectful and cooperative working relationships with other agencies and organizations.
Conducts other EFNEP duties as assigned
Program Evaluation and Impacts
Understands the importance of program evaluation including knowledge gain and behavior change.
Assists with program evaluations and impacts.
Keeps supervisor and program partners informed about program progress and impact.
Progress with Adult Participants
(Unsatisfactory: less than 72 Graduates or more than 20% ineligible, Needs Improvement: 72-89 Graduates or 20% to 11% ineligible), Satisfactory: 90 Graduates with no more than 10% ineligible, Above Average: 91 to 100 Graduates with no more than 10% ineligible, Exceeds Standards: 101 to 110 Graduates with no more than 10% ineligible.
Results: Graduates 90 participants annually with no more than 10% ineligible. Documented reports will be used to measure standard.
Works collaboratively with Extension Staff to transition graduates into other UACES programs.
(An ineligible is someone without children or does not meet the income requirements.)
(Special permission needed from LRSO EFNEP Management to exceed 110 Graduates.)
Progress with Youth Participants
(Unsatisfactory: less than 160 Graduates, Needs Improvement: 160-199 Graduates), Satisfactory: 200 Graduates, Above Average: 201-220 Graduates, Exceeds Standards: 220 to 240 Graduates.
200 youth are graduated annually. Documented reports will be used to measure standard.
Works collaboratively with Extension staff to transition youth into the 4-H Youth Development program annually.
(Special permission needed from EFNEP LRSO Management to exceed 240 Graduates)
Self-Management: As Administrative Specialists
Organizes and prioritizes tasks effectively.
Deals appropriately with interruptions.
Uses good judgment and decision-making skills.
Follows attendance and leave policies.
Practices emotional control.
Exhibits professional behavior and appearance.
Consistently follows instructions and asks for clarification if needed.
Consistently keeps records accurate and information confidential.
Ability to work without close supervision.
Receptive to supervision suggestions and constructive criticism.
Shares information, expertise, and resources with co-workers.
Listens to and respects the ideas of others.
Works with supervisor and co-workers for the benefit of the total EFNEP.
High school diploma or equivalent required. Must agree to comply with the Youth Protection policy, including authorized release of relevant Arkansas Child Abuse & Neglect Central Registry records. Ability to work without close supervision is required. Transportation for use on the job with liability insurance in effect is required.
Some college desirable.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Ability to conduct programs & work with all clientele regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally & in writing. Ability to keep accurate records & submit timely reports of activities. Ability to respond positively to supervisor direction. Ability to work without close daily supervision.
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Required Documents to Apply:
Cover Letter/Letter of Application, Letters of Recommendation, List of three Professional References (name, email, business title), Resume
Special Instructions for the Applicant:
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Recruitment Contact Information:
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Please do not send to listed recruitment contact.
Criminal Background Check, Motor Vehicle Reports Check, Sex Offender Registry
The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture may conduct pre-employment background checks on certain positions for applicants being considered for employment. The background checks may include a criminal background check and a sex offender registry check. Required checks are identified in the position listing. A criminal background check or arrest pending adjudication information alone shall not disqualify an applicant in the absences of a relationship to the requirements of the position. Background check information will be used in a consistent, non-discriminatory manner consistent with the state and federal law.
The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture commits itself to policies of affirmative action and diversity with respect to both employment opportunities and program participation. The Division complies with these policies not merely because of legal requirements, but because we believe that such practices are basic to human dignity. As such, the Division welcomes all applicants to apply without regard to race, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age, disability, marital or veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status. Candidates must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States on the first day of employment. All applicant information is subject to public disclosure under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.
Constant Physical Activity:
Hearing, Kneeling, Lifting, Manipulate items with fingers, including keyboarding, Pushing, Repetitive Motion, Standing, Talking, Walking
Frequent Physical Activity:
Occasional Physical Activity:
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