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4 positions as Junior/Assistant Extension Agents at University of Hawaii

16.08.2016 - University of Hawaii (USA)

Tenure-track positions:

Kauai: (PEPS)
Junior or Asst Extension Agent; 0085410; invasive species with emphasis on but not limited to, insects and diseases in support of edible crop and ornamental industries; assist edible crop industries to improve farm food safety; Lihue, Kauai.

http://workatuh.hawaii.edu/Jobs/NAdvert/23575/3970102/1/postdate/desc

Oahu: (TPSS)
Junior or Asst Extension Agent; 0085435; farm food safety and sustainable agriculture in support of edible crop industries; focus on science-based methods and techniques that improve plant and soil health, and soil fertility, and incorporate good agricultural practices (GAP), and integrated crop (ICM) and pest management (IPM) practices that impact economic viability, yield, postharvest quality and improve farm food safety in all types of edible crop farming that includes organic and ethnic-specific systems; Oahu, HI.

http://workatuh.hawaii.edu/Jobs/NAdvert/23569/3970102/1/postdate/desc

Maui: (TPSS)
Junior or Asst Extension Agent; 0085459; farm food safety and sustainable agriculture in support of edible crop industries; focus on science-based methods and techniques that improve plant and soil health, and soil fertility, and incorporate good agricultural practices (GAP), and integrated crop (ICM) and pest management (IPM) practices that impact economic viability, yield, postharvest quality and improve farm food safety in all types of edible crop farming that includes organic and ethnic-specific systems; Maui, HI.

http://workatuh.hawaii.edu/Jobs/NAdvert/23570/3970102/1/postdate/desc

Hawai‘i: (TPSS)
Junior or Asst Extension Agent; 0085440; sustainable agriculture in support of the edible crop industries; focus on science-based methods and techniques that improve plant and soil health, and soil fertility, and incorporate good agricultural practices (GAP), and integrated crop (ICM) and pest management (IPM) practices that impact economic viability, yield, postharvest quality and improve farm food safety in all types of edible crop farming that includes organic and ethnic-specific systems. The individual will also coordinate the East Hawaii Master Gardener program; Hilo, Hawaii.

http://workatuh.hawaii.edu/Jobs/NAdvert/23571/3970102/1/postdate/desc


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