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Program Assistant - Organization
Job Code:2022-TFBORG-023
Company:Texas Farm Bureau
Location:Waco, TX
Status:Full-time
  
Job Responsibilities:

This position will work directly with Texas Farm Bureau Organization Division staff to assist in the planning, organization and execution of various agricultural programs, activities, and special projects. 

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY

Assists Organization staff with major programs and projects during each peak season.

Performs key administrative tasks for Organization programs and activities.

Assist in the development and design of educational resources for Ag in the Classroom.

Assist in preparing and presenting information about Texas Farm Bureau Educational Outreach, Youth Outreach and/or Leader Development programs, informational dialogues, and professional development opportunities.

Organizes components for teacher workshops and school visits.

Assists in the assembly/disassembly of Doorways to Ag exhibit and urban outreach program events.

Oversees registration and administration processes for conferences, teacher workshops, school visits, etc.

Travel to present lessons and other information to varying audiences of teachers and students.

Comply with the Certified Fleet operator requirements of the Driving and Safety

Policy.

Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications:

MINIMUM POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

Recent graduate of an accredited college or university with a major in an agriculture related field.

Agricultural education background and experience helpful.

Ability to multitask.

Willing to travel as required and work weekends and after-hours.

Organized, flexible and detail oriented.

Strong verbal and written skills required.

Valid Texas driver’s license and a driving record at the time of hire which would not place the employee on probation or disqualify the employee from the Certified Fleet Operator Status under the Company Driving and Safety Policy.

 

Other Job Information (if applicable):

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Use of PC, telephone, copy machine, fax, and other office equipment over six (6) hours per day.

Extended periods of sitting and concentration.

Occasional bending, twisting, crouching, pulling, pushing, lifting, reaching and moving items weighing up to 50 lbs.

Ability to perform physical aspects of setting up displays, which could include climbing ladders and the ability to stand for long periods.

WORKING CONDITIONS

Travel may be required, sometimes on weekends.

Occasional long, irregular hours.

Occasional time spent in hot, dusty and/or cold locations with operating machinery or livestock present.

Work to be conducted in office environment owned or leased by company.

At times, work will also be conducted in an educational setting outside of an office environment, in order to fully execute the scope of responsibilities.

 

 

REVISED June 2021