Labor Leading on Climate Training and Education Associate - Worker Institute
Position is located in New York, NY, within the ILR School located at 570 Lexington Ave, working remotely until location reopens.
The School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University has an immediate opening for an Extension Associate - Training and Education Associate within the Worker Institute of the Extension/Outreach Division of the School of Industrial and Labor Relations. The Extension Associate is responsible for extension programming and administration within one or more thematic areas. The Extension Associate is responsible for developing and delivering programs and services that are closely aligned with the strategic mission and core values of the ILR School, and for monitoring quality, impact, and outcomes of education, training, technical assistance, consulting and research activities of the program. The Extension Associate will participate with other academic staff in setting thematic area goals and will annually set individual programmatic and budgetary goals. This position reports to the Labor Leading on Climate Director.
Extension Associate is a non-tenure track, academic term position with a one-year appointment. The position may be reappointed based on available funding and work with recommendations by the appropriate Executive Director, Academic Director and Associate Dean.
Project Related Emphasis: This position is responsible for updating and developing new educational programs for unions on climate change, climate protection, and the clean energy economy with the goal of helping unions develop a positive, proactive labor- and equity-based approach to addressing the climate crisis, and for monitoring quality, impact, and outcomes of these education and training activities. The ideal candidate will serve as part of the core faculty team of the Worker Institute's Labor Leading on Climate initiative, working at the nexus of labor, employment, climate and clean energy issues.
Master's Degree in public policy, environmental studies, labor studies, or a related field.
Significant experience in curriculum development and training facilitation for adult learners, particularly popular education methodologies for training around power analysis, labor rights, gender and racial equity and social justice concepts and practices
Minimum three to five years forming strategic partnerships with unions, worker advocacy organizations and other allies to develop relevant content and curricula and evaluate learning activities.
Strong presentation and written communication skills for unions and other audiences.
Comfort and flexibility with working on several projects simultaneously.
Deep familiarity with labor unions, worker organizations, and the social justice movement; familiarity with climate change.
Strong commitment to racial, economic, social and climate justice and movement building.
Ability to work independently and collectively within a team, and strong interpersonal communication skills.
Experience working with diverse groups, and building a strong rapport with facilitation team and participants; demonstrated commitment to equity and inclusion.
Experience contributing to financial integrity of programs through seeking/securing external funding sources - contracts, grants, etc.
This is a full-time non-tenure track academic benefits eligible one-year term opportunity based at the ILR NYC Extension office located at 570 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10022, working remotely until location reopens.
Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
Interested parties should submit a vita and letter of application describing qualifications and research agenda, and teaching experience. Application materials should be submitted through Academic Jobs Online: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/16707
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