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Recruiting New Director for PMEP

The Pesticide Management Education Program (PMEP) at Cornell University is seeking a new director.

PMEP is responsible for developing pesticide applicator certification training manuals, providing live and online applicator training, producing the Cornell Crop and Pest Management Guidelines series, and responding to public inquiries regarding pesticides and pest management. The director will provide overall leadership for PMEP, including the Pesticide Safety Education Program (PSEP) and the Pesticide Sales and Use Reporting (PSUR) groups. The director will also be responsible for developing and delivering educational programs and materials related to pesticide safety and use. To learn more about the position and to apply, please visit either of the following websites:

For more information, please contact Tom Overton, Associate Director of Cornell Cooperative Extension, at tro2@cornell.edu.

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