Part-Time Position Creating and Teaching Urban Hort DE Classes

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We are expanding the NC State University Urban Horticulture distance education program. These are 6-week, non-credit, online courses offered to the public. The classes are managed on Moodle.

Since the plant database is used in the courses, this position will also spend part of their time expanding and enhancing the plant database by adding images and data.
It will start as part-time and no benefits, with plans to expand to full time with benefits as the program grows.
More information on how to apply for the job.
  • “Self Funded” means the salary and benefits have to come from course registration fees.
  • “Administrative Tasks” means there is no secretary or admin assistant to support the position.
  • The wide variation in the number of classes (3-6) means depending on who is hired we will decide how many of the current classes the person will teach, vs. how much of their time will be spent creating new classes
The position opened 1/7/2019 and closes on 1/21/2019
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Photo of Lucy Bradley, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionDr. Lucy BradleyUrban Horticulture Professor and Extension Specialist (919) 513-2001 lucy_bradley@ncsu.eduHorticultural Science
NC State Extension, NC State University
Posted on Jan 8, 2019
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