University of California seeing IPM Program Director

University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UCANR) is seeking a Director for the Statewide IPM Program (also known as UC IPM). The position description is available at   http://ucanr.edu/jobFiles/791.pdf. Please circulate to those who may be interested. Closing date is June 21, 2015.

Writer Editor Supervisor—Content Development Supervisor

Application instructions and a full position description are available on the UC Agriculture and Natural Resources employment web site (ucanr.edu/sites/anrstaff/Employment_Opportunities).

This position is with the University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program (UC IPM). UC IPM develops and promotes integrated and ecologically sound pest management programs in California (www.ipm.ucanr.edu). The Content Development Supervisor is responsible for working with experts to develop and produce informational products and communications about integrated pest management (IPM) for agricultural and urban/community pest managers, as well as the general public. In addition to developing IPM products, this position manages the team of writers and editors involved in the development of documents and training materials for Web and print. If you are knowledgeable about integrated pest management, writing and editing technical publications, and successfully managing a team, please apply.

New Position – UC IPM Associate Director for Urban and Community IPM

As Associate Director for Urban and Community IPM, this position takes leadership on urban IPM issues and is responsible for developing and supporting teams engaged in planning, coordinating and implementing outreach, research, publications and web materials, and developing collaborative relationships within ANR and beyond. This position is also responsible for seeing that the program priorities for urban IPM, as established through the strategic planning process, are implemented. The position provides oversight on content of urban educational materials, leadership for development of educational programs in urban IPM, and guidance for priorities established for the UC IPM activities in the urban area.

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