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Ag Literacy Coordinator posting: LaSalle County

Wednesday, May 16, 2018



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LaSalle County Farm Bureau Foundation Agriculture Literacy Coordinator Position

*** Please send cover letter and resume to 4201 N. Columbus St, Ottawa, IL 61350***

Please email any questions to khinrichs@lcfb.org

Location: LaSalle County

Geographic Responsibility: All areas within LaSalle County and minimal out of county travel

Title: Agriculture Literacy Coordinator

Reports to: Farm Bureau Manager

Employment: Average of 30 hours a week, some nights and weekends

Salary: $20 an hour

Mileage reimbursement at the IRS rate up to $3,500

Registration will be paid for all approved State Conferences

Benefits available dependent upon employment status

Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in teaching (preferred) or 5 years work experience in agriculture and/or education. Additional qualifications include:  must be a self-starter with great verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to communicate well and work with children, adults, and volunteers. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Experience in planning and delivery of educational programs. Must be enthusiastic and willing to improve the program.  Access to reliable transportation that adequately fills job responsibilities is a necessity.

Responsibilities:

The following is a list of required job responsibilities, but are not limited to this list.

The Coordinator shall:

  • Fulfill all requirements set forth by the Farm Bureau manager and the committee he/ she represents.
  • Attend all meetings set up by the Illinois Agriculture in the Classroom and other meetings as required by the board of directors or Farm Bureau manager.
  • Develop and teach unique hands on agriculture lessons throughout the school year.
  • Develop and assemble “make and takes” for teachers to use throughout the school year.
  • Design and develop AITC Presentations for libraries.
  • Meet with the Ag Literacy Committee to develop and evaluate programming.
  • Maintain up to date lists of activities, students reached, and calendar.
  • Fill out all grant opportunities.
  • Start and maintain social media presence.
  • Play an active role in Foundation Fundraisers.
  • Develop and work designated summer activities promoting Ag Education
  • Promote the program by submitting pictures and articles to the Farm Bureau paper, FarmWeek, and local papers.
  • Celebrate designated Ag Days with social media accounts.
  • Develop contests that promote agriculture throughout the year.


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