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Fw: (Fwd) Position announcement - Civic Garden Center of Greater C

----- Original Message -----
From: Linda T. Drake <ldrake@canr.cag.uconn.edu>
To: <kmelvin@canr.cag.uconn.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2001 10:35 AM
Subject: (Fwd) Position announcement - Civic Garden Center of Greater C

> a job for you or one of your Master Gardeners???
> ------- Forwarded message follows -------
> From:           "Amie Roberts" <amieroberts@hotmail.com>
> To:             NE community food systems <nefood-l@listproc.tufts.edu>
> Subject:        Position announcement - Civic Garden Center of Greater
> Date sent:      Tue, 06 Mar 2001 08:29:03 -0600
> Please post position announcement.
> Full-time Education Specialist Position Available
> EDUCATION SPECIALIST  The Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati seeks
> an educator with a passion for gardening and the environment and a strong
> sense of community to fill the position of Education Specialist. This is a
> full-time position in adult and some youth programming. Responsibilities
> include managing the Continuing Education programs including classes,
> certificate programs and the lecture series, assisting with the
> Gardens community gardening program, and selected youth gardening
> The applicant must work well with adults and children. They must be detail
> oriented, have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and be
> able to work effectively in a multi-task environment. In addition the
> applicant must be able to work a flexible work schedule year round,
> including Saturdays and some evenings. A combination of education and
> hands-on experience teaching in an environmental field is required.
> Experience in gardening and garden construction is desirable.
> Send a resume with a letter of interest, salary requirement, and three
> references to: Sue Trusty, Director of Education, Civic Garden Center of
> Greater Cincinnati, 2715 Reading Road, Cincinnati, OH 45206. Fax number -
> 513-221-0961 No calls, please. Applications must be received no later than
> Friday, March 16, 2001. The Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati is
> Equal Opportunity Employer.
> strusty@civicgardencenter.org
> _________________________________________________________________
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> ------- End of forwarded message -------
> Linda T. Drake, M.S.
> Nutritionist and EFNEP Director
> CT/USDA Community Food Security Liaison
> Cooperative Extension System
> University of Connecticut
> 3624 Horsebarn Rd. Ext.
> Storrs, CT  06269-4017
> (860) 486-1783/FAX (860) 486-3674
> e-mail: ldrake@canr.cag.uconn.edu

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