Community Economic Development Advisor #21-50
Applied Research and Extension
Location Headquarters: Plumas County, Quincy, CA
The University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) offers a unique recruitment opportunity for a UC Cooperative Extension (UCCE) Community Economic Development Advisor. The Advisor will implement an innovative extension education and applied problem-solving research program for the Northeast Sierras (including Plumas, Lassen and Sierra counties).
Education: A minimum of a Master’s degree in Community Economic Development, Land Use Planning, Emergency or Risk Management, or other closely related fields is required at the time of appointment.
- Ability and means to travel on a flexible schedule as needed, proof of liability and property damage insurance on vehicle used is required. Must possess valid California Driver’s License to drive a County or University vehicle.
- Solid understanding of practical information technology application and needs in communities.
- This is not a remote position; The candidate must be available to work onsite
Click the link below for full details! Community_Economic_Development_Advisor
Cattle Health Seminars Online
University of California Cooperative Extension and UC Davis Veterinary Medicine have a series of cattle health videos on topics from external parasites, calving, whole herd health plans and more.
The video recordings and additional resources from the webinar series can be found at ucanr.edu/sites/Rangelands/CattleHealth.
The UCCE Plumas-Sierra team is excited to share our 2022-2023 annual report.
Click here, to learn more about the extension programs and research projects underway in our local community.
208 Fairground Road
Quincy, CA 95971
Phone: (530) 283-6270
Fax: (530) 283-6088
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