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Extension Educator - Farm & Ranch Management Analytics
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Job Description

Focused Assignment - Farm and Ranch Analytics (approximately 100% of time):
This is a 12-month, non-tenured position, in the Department of Agricultural Economics with an appointment of 100% Extension.

The incumbent will be responsible for biennially revising the department's 100+ enterprise budgets, developing new cost and return estimates, and conducting surveys such as the annual land and lease survey and the biennial custom rates survey. Other responsibilities include development of decision aid tools, conducting economics analyses of agricultural enterprises, and assisting in the development and joint dissemination of educational programs for farm and ranch producers. The incumbent will actively network with faculty in the department on these research and extension projects, and with faculty in other disciplines. Opportunities to supervise students may exist.

In addition to the above-described duties, the individual will be expected to accept committee assignments, reporting responsibilities, and other special ad hoc assignments as requested at the administrative unit, college/division, institute, and or university level.

Some travel is required. Must meet driver standards according to UNL policy and have a valid driver's license. Criminal history background check will be conducted.

About University of Nebraska-Lincoln

The University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK - www.unk.edu) is a 6,500-student comprehensive public residential institution located in a growing community of 30,000. UNK, one of four system campuses of the University of Nebraska, is located in Central Nebraska's Platte River Valley, part of a Tri-City region along the I-80 corridor with a combined population 105,000. UNK is characterized by: A growing and thriving multicultural campus and area population; Small student to faculty ratios; Supportive environment for faculty scholarship; Unparalleled undergraduate research programs; Students, who come to UNK from 42 countries and 45 states, and achieve in the classroom, on the playing fields and in the arts; A strong, supportive sense of community; and More than 170 programs of study, including graduate programs in 30 areas.