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job opening CA

  • Subject: [cg] job opening CA
  • From: "Nancy Allen" <nana@oz.net>
  • Date: Mon, 30 Jul 2001 12:25:02 -0700


UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, COOPERATIVE EXTENSION
Specialty Crops/Small Farm Advisor in Santa Clara (headquarters), Santa Cruz
& San Benito Counties 
The University of CA seeks a career-track academic to develop and implement
an educational/applied research program to meet the needs of
growers/clientele groups involved in the small farm specialty crop
production of above counties. Improve farm sustainability in production
practices while maintaining or increasing ag productivity and/or economic
viability. 
Requires a minimum of a Master's Degree in Horticulture, Agriculture, Plant
Science, or closely related field with demonstrated knowledge of greenhouse
and ornamental/vegetable production. Coursework or experience in statistical
analysis, experimental design, pest/disease, soil, water and nutrient
management are desirable. Experience in conducting applied field research.
Ability to work with diverse audiences. 
Salary will be in the Cooperative Extension Assistant Rank ($38,400 -
$47,300), commensurate with applicable experience and professional
qualifications. 
Apply by August 15, 2001 to: Cheryl Gneckow, University of CA, DANR-Central
Coast & South Region, #213, Riverside, CA. (ccsracadrecruitment@ucdavis.edu)
(909) 787- 2529; Fax 787-2328. Refer to: #ACCSO-01-05. 

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