Assist with programmatic efforts for 4-H Youth Development and Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) in Morgan County. Duties include assisting 4-H Educators and other staff with 4-H enrollment, volunteer recruitment, data entry, record keeping, and organization/maintenance of files. Coordinate with other office staff to plan and deliver programming of school and community-based educational programs and activities for youth based on the 4-H model. Assist the ANR Educator with program planning and delivery of the programs for the Master Gardener volunteers, and also assist with data entry. In conjunction with the 4-H Educator, ANR Educator, and Office Associate, develop printed and digital media/fliers including webpages, social media, newsletters, and articles. Participate as an OSU Extension Morgan County team member in staff meetings, stewardship model for office team, and engage in professional development opportunities. Work collaboratively with Extension personnel to maintain a positive public image and demonstrate the mission of the land-grant university.
This is a TERM appointment for a maximum of three years, dependent upon funding availability.
Additional Information for Applicants::
This position is located in McConnelsville, Ohio.
Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience; knowledge of program subject matter either through college coursework or direct experience; experience in the preparation and design of publications and in the organization of volunteers and program materials; good teaching and communication skills, computer knowledge, social media competencies, and record keeping skills.
Experience with educational program development, evaluation, and working with youth and adults to promote positive behavioral outcomes; knowledge of the philosophy and guidelines of OSU Extension; strong leadership skills and initiative to work independently with minimal supervision.
Target Salary: $12.03 - $15.09 Hourly
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
Job Appointment (FTE%):
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