2018 Call for Positions
From January - September 2018 ANR solicited proposals for Cooperative Extension (CE) advisor and specialist positions. The 2018 call aimed to identify positions for strengthening and rebuilding the ANR network to address programmatic gaps and emerging needs. Due to current budget situation the release of approved positions was on hold; VP Humiston's 2018 announcement.
In the fall of 2019, Vice President Humiston asked UC ANR programmatic groups (listed below) to reconfirm the 2018 CE position proposals list -- anticipating being able to fill a limited, small number of CE positions. She has asked if there are higher priorities/critical needs/emergency gaps that aren’t on the 2018 list of 46 but should be? Those will be added this web page at the end of November 2019, using the template and criteria below.
- 2019 Reconfirmation Process
- CE Position Proposal Template
- CE Position Proposal Criteria
If any 2018 proposals need significant revisions/updates the most current versions will be resubmitted and posted below.
Proposal Submittal Groups
Below are the submitted proposals.
- Any proposal numbered above 46 has been submitted as an emergency gap proposal during the 2019 reconfirmation process.
- The following proposals were updated as part of the 2019 reconfirmation process: Advisor #'s 1, 4, 5, 8, 12, 42; and Specialist # 35.
- # 18 Wildlife Management Area Advisor is currently under recruitment.
For reference, 2018 new CE position development process: flowchart
To see the 2018 proposed ideas that did not move forward to submittal, click the sub page on the side navigation. These ideas could be further developed by later submittal groups.
For questions, contact Katherine Webb-Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 987-0029.
28 Ecoinformatics Specialist
This position will focus on community science and improving the utility of big data for environmental science research efforts. The Specialist will advance participatory science and citizen environmental monitoring activities, develop novel data analysis protocols for crowd sourced data, and produce new knowledge used for natural resource management and climate change resilience. By leveraging public participation in applied research and taking advantage of technologically based crowd sourced data UCANR will be able to deliver science-based solutions more efficiently -- critical to meeting ANR Strategic Plan Research and Extension Goal 2. Ultimately this work will improve environmental monitoring, optimize the value of citizen science data, inform management of natural resources, and improve California’s ability to adapt and mitigate climate change.
College of Natural Resources - Dept. Environmental Science Policy and Management - UCB
Proposed Area of Coverage
- Steven Lindow - Main Contact
- Proposal Document - Embedded (doc), uploaded 05/15/2018 by Steven Lindow