UD Cooperative Extension Job: Program Coordinator, Nutrient Management

Are you a soon-to-be graduate from CANR who is eager to dive into the Delaware agricultural industry? Look no further!

The University of Delaware is offering an exciting opportunity for upcoming and recent graduates to apply for a vital role as a Program Coordinator for Nutrient Management within Cooperative Extension.

What is Cooperative Extension?
Cooperative Extension is a vital educational network operating nationwide, pooling the expertise and resources of federal, state, and local governments to enhance people’s lives. At the University of Delaware, Cooperative Extension has been a cornerstone of community development for over a century, delivering quality educational programs rooted in university research to meet the evolving needs of our constituents.

The Nutrient Management Program
As a Program Coordinator, you will be at the forefront of driving change in Delaware’s agricultural landscape. Working closely with the Nutrient Management Specialist, you’ll be tasked with supporting day-to-day operations and managing specific programs aimed at improving water quality while maintaining the profitability of agriculture.

Your Responsibilities
From preparing marketing materials to coordinating certification sessions and continuing education programs, your role will be diverse and impactful. You’ll engage with constituents through various channels, from social media to newsletters, and provide essential administrative support for events like the annual Ag Week conference. Your efforts will directly contribute to the success of nutrient management initiatives and the broader goals of Cooperative Extension.

Join Us in Building a Better Future
This position is the perfect opportunity for a CANR graduate to gain valuable experience working within the Delaware agricultural industry. Although grant-funded, rest assured that the program has received continuous support from the State of Delaware since 2000. This is more than just a job—it’s an opportunity to be part of a dynamic team driving meaningful change.

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Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to be part of something bigger. Apply today and help shape the future of agriculture in Delaware!

If you have questions, please contact:

Amy L. Shober, Ph.D.
Professor and Extension Specialist – Nutrient Management and Environmental Quality
Phone: (302) 831-2146
Email: ashober@udel.edu
Website: http://sites.udel.edu/canr-nmeq/