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North Central United States

St. Paul, MN

TITLE: Evaluation Specialist, Center for Farm Financial Management. Twelve-month recurring appointment. Located in the Department of Applied Economics, St. Paul Campus, University of Minnesota.

Responsibilities: The person in this position will work as part of a vibrant team at the Center for Farm Financial Management to collect, manage, analyze and interpret data in order to provide insights that drive program decisions, reporting, innovation and improvements for our sponsored projects. Specifically the person in this position will:

  • Conduct evaluation studies – Design, Implementation, and Reporting (60%)
    • Conduct evaluations of federally sponsored projects to document outcomes and better understand the key factors that influenced those outcomes.
    • Coordinate and collaborate with other federally funded recipients, facilitating and motivating responses for optimal analyses.
    • Develop data collection methods such as surveys, document analyses and focus groups to measure key indicators of program participation, implementation, results and return on investment (ROI).
    • Identify and document program implementation factors and indicators communicated through progress reports.
    • Foster knowledge sharing and disseminate evaluation findings and lessons to increase awareness of project effectiveness.
    • Improve the quality of evaluation planning, implementation, and communication to stakeholders of programs such as Extension Risk Management Education, Beginning Farmers and Ranchers Development Program, and Financial Training for Underserved Farmers.
    • Communicate results of evaluation studies with key stakeholders, including data visualization and dashboards for general audiences.
    • Help further develop the Results Verification System (RVS), an online grant application and reporting system developed and supported by CFFM.
  • Teamwork (20%)
    • Provide operational support to improve the quality of projects and ensure that innovations and lessons learned are shared broadly with those working in the farm financial management sector and incorporated into program policies and future project guidelines.
    • Coordinate with Center leadership and project partners throughout the US to ensure coordinated evaluation planning, implementation, and communication of program results.
    • Collaborate with those responsible for program development and instructional design, and evaluation specialists at other institutions working on the same projects.
  • Training (20%)
    • Provide training nationwide on evaluation methods to project directors and program staff of federally funded projects. This may be a hybrid of on-site and virtual delivery.
    • Provide training on the Results Verification System for grant recipients, coordinators and related staff.
    • Train staff on functionality and processes when necessary, documenting procedures as needed.

The full position description and application details can be found at http://z.umn.edu/cffmposition.

Date Posted: 5/10/22

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Northeastern United States

East Lansing, MI

Position Title: Associate Director- Agriculture & Agribusiness Institute, Extension Specialist

Location: East Lansing, Michigan

Position Overview: As part of MSU Extension (MSUE) and the Agriculture and Agribusiness Institute (AABI), this position provides statewide leadership and support of agriculture and agribusiness programs, serves on the MSUE Leadership Team, and leads institute priorities to improve the success of the institute’s Extension programs within Michigan.

Michigan is the second-most agriculturally diverse state within the United States. In this position you will work with Extension Educators and Specialists along with faculty to ascertain the emergent needs of agricultural communities. You will also work with AABI staff to address needs through cutting edge program delivery using a broad array of communication technology that matches the capacity of stakeholders to access information. Furthermore, you will work with staff to ascertain impact of programmatic efforts and will support their efforts to improve access of AABI resources to the broad demographic that constitutes Michigan agriculture.

In collaboration with the AABI Director, you will provide support for AABI staff and program management, such as staff hiring and mentoring, work team support, identification of needs and trends, internal and external communications, and partnership building with both internal and external partners. Work will be done in collaboration with MSUE District Directors, work teams, MSU faculty, external partners, and the AABI Director.

The position will be based on the Michigan State University campus in East Lansing, MI. Consideration will be given for the successful candidate to periodically work at an alternative location, within Michigan.

Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications (see full description for complete list of requirements)

  • Master’s degree in an agriculture related discipline or related field.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in Extension or similar organization with an emphasis on agriculture or agribusiness related programming.

Desired Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in an agriculture discipline or closely related field.
  • Ten (10) years of experience in Extension or similar organization with an emphasis on agriculture or agribusiness related programming.

Salary: Commensurate with education and experience

Benefits: Comprehensive benefits package: www.hr.msu.edu/benefits/index.html

Application Process & To Apply: View full description and apply through the MSU careers page. Search for posting 793218 using the Job Search field.

Current MSU Employees:
Access the EBS portal. “Under the My Career and Training” section, select the “Careers @ MSU” tile to view Internal Job Postings.
External Applicants:
Visit http://careers.msu.edu

Posting Number: 793218

Application Deadline: August 8, 2022.

Contact for Questions: msue.hr@msu.edu

MSU is an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity employer, committed to achieving excellence through a diverse workforce and inclusive culture that encourages all people to reach their full potential. Michigan State University Extension employment opportunities are open to eligible/qualified persons without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, religion, age, height, weight, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital status, family status or veteran status. MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. Persons with disabilities have the right to request and receive reasonable accommodations. The university actively encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and persons with disabilities.

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Date Posted: 7/6/22

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Columbus, OH

Job Title: Farm Business Analysis Program Manager

Department: FAES | Agriculture and Natural Resources

The Ohio Farm Business Analysis Program has a great opportunity for someone who loves working with numbers, farmers and leading a team.

Learn more about and apply for the Farm Business Analysis Program Manager Position here:
https://osu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/OSUCareers/job/Columbus-Campus/Farm-Business-Analysis-Program-Manager_R51622-1

Ohio State University has great benefits. Learn about them here: https://hr.osu.edu/benefits/

Apply on-line through Sunday, July 10, 2022 or contact Sam Custer, Interim Associate Director, Agriculture and Natural Resources, at custer.2@osu.edu

Date Posted: 7/6/22

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South Central United States

Colby, KS

TITLE: Extension Agricultural Economist, Kansas Farm Management Association, Northwest

This is a joint appointment between KFMA NW and K-State Research and Extension

LOCATION: Colby, Kansas

RESPONSIBILITIES: The foundation of the KFMA program is providing education and consultation to member farms in the area of farm business management. KFMA Economists strive to provide cooperating farms with resources to make informed financial, production, and tax management decisions. In order to achieve this goal, an Extension Agricultural Economist is expected to:

  1. Develop and maintain a relationship with membership of approximately 70 cooperating commercial farms
  2. Assist cooperating farms with development of a comprehensive and accurate accounting of the farm. Complete records are the essential foundation of all KFMA services provided
  3. Provide KFMA members with:
    1. Regular, scheduled on-farm visits each year (at times requiring extensive travel within the association)
    2. An annual accrual whole-farm business analysis utilizing KFMA software to collect and process information
    3. An annual economic analysis of farm enterprises
    4. Benchmarks of farm performance in comparison to similar farms and/or industry standards
    5. Guidance based on interpretation of whole-farm, enterprise, and benchmark analysis
    6. Guidance and recommendations in estate planning, farm succession planning, and business entity structure
  4. Learn and understand federal and state income tax regulations as they apply to farm businesses. This includes significant time spent working with members on:
    1. Tax implications of farm business management decisions
    2. Year-end tax planning and management
    3. Preliminary income tax related work for KFMA NW members
    4. Final income tax filing as an employee of Northwest Kansas Agricultural Tax Services, Inc. (with consulting leave time taken from Extension Agricultural Economist position)
  5. Collect, process, and verify financial and production information from cooperating farms to be utilized by K-State Research and Extension for research, teaching, and other Extension programs
  6. Market and promote KFMA by supporting county, area, and state Extension personnel with technical expertise in the area of farm business and farm income tax management
  7. Participate in continuing education to expand farm income tax and farm management technical skills

During the first year of employment, a KFMA Economist would be expected to:

  1. Become proficient in farm record keeping systems used within the association (QuickBooks and manual record books)
  2. Learn to efficiently use proprietary programs and spreadsheets for farm economic analysis and tax planning (K-MAR-105 Analysis System, K-MAR-105 Depreciation, and Microsoft Excel)
  3. Develop an understanding of agricultural accounting, estate planning, business entity structure, and income tax management as they apply to farm businesses
  4. Learn KFMA NW procedures to collect, process, and verify information from member farm businesses in order to complete a whole farm and enterprise analysis
  5. Provide support to the other KFMA NW Extension Agricultural Economists as they deliver economic analysis and technical expertise to KFMA members
  6. Develop skills necessary to complete tax forms (Forms 1096/1099, W-2/W-3, 1040, 1065, 1120, and 1120S) through Northwest Kansas Agricultural Tax Service, Inc (Consulting Leave days taken from Extension position to complete final tax preparation)

KFMA NW will potentially hire two Extension Ag Economists.

QUALIFICATIONS Preferred:

  • Master’s degree in Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Accounting or related field,

OR

  • At least three years of acceptable performance in a position in Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Agricultural Education, Accounting, Finance or related field
  • Tax-related accounting coursework
  • Farm income-tax preparation experience

QUALIFICATIONS Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Agricultural Education, Accounting, Finance or related field
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in all college coursework
  • Minimum of 6 hours of coursework in accounting
  • Ability to effectively communicate with individuals and groups
  • Evidence of solid planning, prioritization and organizational skills
  • Understanding of production agriculture
  • Ability to effectively utilize computer technology, software and applications
  • Demonstrated expertise in understanding and communicating sound farm accounting principles and economic relationships in agriculture
  • Strong attention to detail and the ability to maintain strict confidentiality
  • Self-discipline to work independently, and flexibility to work as part of a team
  • Ability to handle a workload that varies depending on the time of year (heavy workload required November-April)

Applicants who meet the required qualifications, but do not meet the preferred qualifications for this position may be considered for an Associate Extension Agricultural Economist position with KFMA, NW. An Associate position is expected to successfully develop the skills and knowledge required for the position of Extension Agricultural Economist while providing support to the Extension Agricultural Economists working in the association. An Associate position will not work with an assigned membership and is designed to lead into an Extension Agricultural Economist position with KFMA NW within two years if all objectives are met, based on regular evaluations during the training period.

KFMA VISION:
The Kansas Farm Management Association (KFMA), through its affiliation with K-State Research and Extension, will be the valued and trusted provider of integrated data management systems to apply critical thinking and strategic business planning for farm and ranch decision makers; and will be the premier source of farm-level economic data in the world.

KFMA MISSION AND PURPOSE:

  • To work as an efficient team of economists, serving on the management team for KFMA member farms, as a farm business management resource
  • To provide high quality and timely farm recordkeeping, financial analysis and tax management
  • To achieve the goal of improved farm and family decision making, resulting in increased farm profitability and sustainability

ABOUT KFMA NW: KFMA NW provides a farm business analysis educational program to member farm families in a 17-county area. Principal crops are irrigated and dryland corn, grain sorghum, wheat, alfalfa hay, and other forages. This is also a livestock intensive area of Kansas. Average farm size is 4,700 acres.

APPLICATION DATE: Screening of applications will begin on June 27, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. The starting date is on or after August 1, 2022 and is negotiable with the KFMA NW Board of Directors and KFMA Executive Director.

SALARY: Commensurate with training and experience as negotiated by the Department of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University; the Board of Directors of Kansas Farm Management Association, Northwest; and the applicant.

BENEFITS: This is an unclassified position in the Department of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University. The K-State benefit package includes a retirement plan, group health and life insurance, worker’s compensation, vacation, sick leave and other benefits. For additional information on benefits, see www.k-state.edu/hcs/benefits/overview/.

Travel, which will be required for this position, is primarily within the KFMA NW association area but may occasionally involve overnight travel to other areas of Kansas. Reimbursement is provided for travel and subsistence related to program activities. The use of an association vehicle or mileage reimbursement will be provided.

HOW TO APPLY: Qualified persons are invited to apply at https://careers.k-state.edu/cw/en-us/job/512930/. Applicants must upload a letter of application, resume including contact information for 3 professional references (each reference will be asked to upload a letter of support for the applicant), and official transcripts of all post-secondary course work. Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States at the time of employment.

Contact Kansas State University’s Human Capital Services at kstatecareers@ksu.edu for questions regarding the application process. If selected for the position, the applicant will grant permission to Kansas State University’s Human Capital Services to conduct a background check. Employment will be contingent upon the results of those findings.

For more information, contact: Mark Dikeman, Associate Director, Kansas Farm Management Association Office: (785) 539-0373; E-mail: dikemanm@ksu.edu The KFMA program website is www.AgManager.info/KFMA

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Kansas State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. Kansas State University encourages diversity among its employees. KSRE EEO Coordinator: Jennifer Wilson, 121 Umberger Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506. KSRE EEO Counselor: Gregg Hadley, 123 Umberger Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506.

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Hiawatha, KS

TITLE: Extension Agricultural Economist, Kansas Farm Management Association, Northeast

This is a joint appointment between KFMA NE and K-State Research and Extension

LOCATION: Hiawatha, Kansas

RESPONSIBILITIES: The foundation of the KFMA program is providing education and consultation to member farms in the area of farm business management. KFMA Economists strive to provide cooperating farms with resources to make informed financial, production, and tax management decisions. In order to achieve this goal, an Extension Agricultural Economist is expected to:

  1. Develop and maintain a relationship with membership of approximately 100 cooperating commercial farms
  2. Assist cooperating farms with development of a comprehensive and accurate accounting of the farm. Complete records are the essential foundation of all KFMA services provided
  3. Provide KFMA members with:
    1. Regular, scheduled on-farm visits each year (at times requiring extensive travel within the association)
    2. An annual accrual whole-farm business analysis utilizing KFMA software to collect and process information
    3. An annual economic analysis of farm enterprises
    4. Benchmarks of farm performance in comparison to similar farms and/or industry standards
    5. Guidance based on interpretation of whole-farm, enterprise, and benchmark analysis
    6. Guidance and recommendations in estate planning, farm succession planning, and business entity structure
  4. Learn and understand federal and state income tax regulations as they apply to farm businesses. This includes significant time spent working with members on:
    1. Tax implications of farm business management decisions
    2. Year-end tax planning and management
    3. Preliminary income tax related work for KFMA NE members
    4. Final income tax filing as an employee of Northeast Kansas Agricultural Tax Services, Inc. (with consulting leave time taken from Extension Agricultural Economist position)
  5. Collect, process, and verify financial and production information from cooperating farms to be utilized by K-State Research and Extension for research, teaching, and other Extension programs
  6. Market and promote KFMA by supporting county, area, and state Extension personnel with technical expertise in the area of farm business and farm income tax management
  7. Participate in continuing education to expand farm income tax and farm management technical skills

QUALIFICATIONS Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Agricultural Education, Accounting, Finance or related field and at least three years of acceptable performance in a position in one of the following areas: agricultural economics, agricultural finance, agribusiness, accounting or closely related field

OR

  • Master’s degree in Agricultural Economics, Accounting or related field

AND

  • Minimum GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in all college coursework
  • Minimum of 6 hours of coursework in accounting
  • Ability to effectively communicate with individuals and groups
  • Evidence of solid planning, prioritization and organizational skills
  • Good understanding of production agriculture
  • Ability to effectively utilize computer technology, software and applications
  • Demonstrated expertise in understanding and communicating sound farm accounting principles and economic relationships in agriculture
  • Strong attention to detail and the ability to maintain strict confidentiality
  • Self-discipline to work independently, and flexibility to work as part of a team
  • Ability to handle a workload that varies depending on the time of year (heavy workload required November-April)

QUALIFICATIONS Preferred:

  • Tax-related accounting coursework
  • Farm income-tax preparation experience

KFMA VISION:
The Kansas Farm Management Association (KFMA), through its affiliation with K-State Research and Extension, will be the valued and trusted provider of integrated data management systems to apply critical thinking and strategic business planning for farm and ranch decision makers; and will be the premier source of farm-level economic data in the world.

KFMA MISSION AND PURPOSE:

  • To work as an efficient team of economists, serving on the management team for KFMA member farms, as a farm business management resource
  • To provide high quality and timely farm recordkeeping, financial analysis and tax management
  • To achieve the goal of improved farm and family decision making, resulting in increased farm profitability and sustainability

ABOUT KFMA NE: KFMA NE, with offices in Hiawatha, Holton, and Council Grove, provides a farm business analysis educational program to member farm families in a 16-county area. Principal crops are corn, soybeans, alfalfa hay, and other forages. This is also a livestock intensive area of Kansas. Average farm size is 1,600 acres.

APPLICATION DATE: Screening of applications will begin on June 10, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. The starting date is on or after July 18, 2022 and is negotiable with the KFMA NE Board of Directors and KFMA Executive Director. Spring 2022 graduates are welcome to apply.

SALARY: Commensurate with training and experience as negotiated by the Department of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University; the Board of Directors of Kansas Farm Management Association, Northeast; and the applicant.

BENEFITS: This is an unclassified position in the Department of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University. The K-State benefit package includes a retirement plan, group health and life insurance, worker’s compensation, vacation, sick leave and other benefits. For additional information on benefits, see http://www.k-state.edu/hcs/benefits/overview/.

Travel, which will be required for this position, is primarily within the KFMA NE association area but may occasionally involve overnight travel to other areas of Kansas. Reimbursement is provided for travel and subsistence related to program activities. The use of an association vehicle or mileage reimbursement will be provided.

HOW TO APPLY: Qualified persons are invited to apply at https://careers.k-state.edu/cw/en-us/job/512290 by completing the following:

  1. Upload a letter of application
  2. Upload a resume including contact information for 3 professional references. Each reference will be asked to upload a letter of support for the applicant
  3. Upload official transcripts of all post-secondary course work

If selected for the position, the applicant will grant permission to Kansas State University’s Human Capital Services to conduct a background check. Employment will be contingent upon the results of those findings.

For more information, contact: Mark Dikeman, Associate Director, Kansas Farm Management Association. Office: (785) 539-0373; E-mail: dikemanm@ksu.edu The KFMA program website is www.AgManager.info/KFMA

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Kansas State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. Kansas State University encourages diversity among its employees. KSRE EEO Coordinator: Jennifer Wilson, 121 Umberger Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506. KSRE EEO Counselor: Gregg Hadley, 123 Umberger Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506.

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Ottawa, KS

TITLE: Extension Agricultural Economis, Kansas Farm Management Association, Southeast

This is a joint appointment between KFMA SE and K-State Research and Extension

LOCATION: Ottawa, Kansas

RESPONSIBILITIES: The foundation of the KFMA program is providing education and consultation to member farms in the area of farm business management. KFMA Economists strive to provide cooperating farms with resources to make informed financial, production, and tax management decisions. In order to achieve this goal, an Extension Agricultural Economist is expected to:

  1. Develop and maintain a relationship with membership of approximately 75 cooperating commercial farms
  2. Assist cooperating farms with development of a comprehensive and accurate accounting of the farm. Complete records are the essential foundation of all KFMA services provided
  3. Provide KFMA members with:
    1. Regular, scheduled on-farm visits each year (at times requiring extensive travel within the association)
    2. An annual accrual whole-farm business analysis utilizing KFMA software to collect and process information
    3. An annual economic analysis of farm enterprises
    4. Benchmarks of farm performance in comparison to similar farms and/or industry standards
    5. Guidance based on interpretation of whole-farm, enterprise, and benchmark analysis
    6. Guidance and recommendations in estate planning, farm succession planning, and business entity structure
  4. Learn and understand federal and state income tax regulations as they apply to farm businesses. This includes significant time spent working with members on:
    1. Tax implications of farm business management decisions
    2. Year-end tax planning and management
    3. Preliminary income tax related work for KFMA SE members
    4. Final income tax filing as an employee of Southeast Kansas Agricultural Tax Services, Inc. (with consulting leave time taken from Extension Agricultural Economist position)
  5. Collect, process, and verify financial and production information from cooperating farms to be utilized by K-State Research and Extension for research, teaching, and other Extension programs
  6. Market and promote KFMA by supporting county, area, and state Extension personnel with technical expertise in the area of farm business and farm income tax management
  7. Participate in continuing education to expand farm income tax and farm management technical skills

QUALIFICATIONS Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Agricultural Education, Accounting, Finance or related field
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in all college coursework
  • Minimum of 6 hours of coursework in accounting
  • Ability to effectively communicate with individuals and groups
  • Evidence of solid planning, prioritization and organizational skills
  • Good understanding of production agriculture
  • Ability to effectively utilize computer technology, software and applications
  • Demonstrated expertise in understanding and communicating sound farm accounting principles and economic relationships in agriculture
  • Strong attention to detail and the ability to maintain strict confidentiality
  • Self-discipline to work independently, and flexibility to work as part of a team
  • Ability to handle a workload that varies depending on the time of year (heavy workload required November-April)

QUALIFICATIONS Preferred:

  • Master’s degree in Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Accounting or related field or at least three years of acceptable performance in a position in one of the following areas: agricultural economics, agricultural finance, agribusiness, accounting or closely related field
  • Tax-related accounting coursework
  • Farm income-tax preparation experience

Applicants who meet the required qualifications, but do not meet the preferred qualifications for this position may be considered for an Associate Extension Agricultural Economist position with KFMA, SE. An Associate position is expected to successfully develop the skills and knowledge required for the position of Extension Agricultural Economist while providing support to the Extension Agricultural Economists working in the association. The position is designed to lead into an Extension Agricultural Economist position with KFMA SE within two years if all objectives are met, based on regular evaluations during the training period.

Specific responsibilities during the training period include:

  1. Become proficient in farm record keeping systems used within the association (QuickBooks, Farmbooks, and manual record book)
  2. Learn to efficiently use proprietary programs and spreadsheets for farm economic analysis and tax planning (K-MAR-105 Analysis System, K-MAR-105 Depreciation, and Microsoft Excel)
  3. Develop an understanding of agricultural accounting, estate planning, business entity structure, and income tax management as they apply to farm businesses
  4. Learn KFMA SE procedures to collect, process, and verify information from member farm businesses in order to complete a whole farm and enterprise analysis
  5. Complete requirements to achieve IRS Enrolled Agent status
  6. Provide support to KFMA SE Extension Agricultural Economists as they deliver economic analysis and technical expertise to KFMA member farm businesses
  7. Develop skills necessary to complete tax forms (Forms 1096/1099, W-2/W-3, 1040, 1065, 1120, and 1120S) through Southeast Kansas Agricultural Tax Service, Inc (Consulting Leave days taken from Extension position to complete final tax preparation)

KFMA VISION: The Kansas Farm Management Association (KFMA), through its affiliation with K-State Research and Extension, will be the valued and trusted provider of integrated data management systems to apply critical thinking and strategic business planning for farm and ranch decision makers; and will be the premier source of farm-level economic data in the world.

KFMA MISSION AND PURPOSE:

  • To work as an efficient team of economists, serving on the management team for KFMA member farms, as a farm business management resource
  • To provide high quality and timely farm recordkeeping, financial analysis and tax management
  • To achieve the goal of improved farm and family decision making, resulting in increased farm profitability and sustainability

ABOUT KFMA SE: KFMA SE provides a farm business analysis educational program to member farm families in a 20-county area. Principal crops are corn, soybeans, wheat, and livestock forages. This is also a livestock intensive area of Kansas. Average farm size is 2,500 acres.

APPLICATION DATE: Screening of applications will begin on August 12, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. The starting date is on or after September 19, 2022 and is negotiable with the KFMA SE Board of Directors and KFMA Executive Director. Summer 2022 graduates are welcome to apply.

SALARY: Commensurate with training and experience as negotiated by the Department of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University; the Board of Directors of Kansas Farm Management Association, Southeast; and the applicant.

BENEFITS: This is an unclassified position in the Department of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University. The K-State benefit package includes a retirement plan, group health and life insurance, worker’s compensation, vacation, sick leave and other benefits. For additional information on benefits, see www.k-state.edu/hcs/benefits/overview/.Travel, which will be required for this position, is primarily within the KFMA SE association area but may occasionally involve overnight travel to other areas of Kansas. Reimbursement is provided for travel and subsistence related to program activities. The use of an association vehicle or mileage reimbursement will be provided.

HOW TO APPLY: Qualified persons are invited to apply at https://careers.k-state.edu/cw/en-us/job/512315/ by completing the following:

  1. Upload a letter of application
  2. Upload a resume including contact information for 3 professional references. Each reference will be asked to upload a letter of support for the applicant
  3. Upload official transcripts of all post-secondary course work

If selected for the position, the applicant will grant permission to Kansas State University’s Human Capital Services to conduct a background check. Employment will be contingent upon the results of those findings.

For more information, contact: Mark Dikeman, Associate Director, Kansas Farm Management Association. Office: (785) 539-0373; E-mail: dikemanm@ksu.edu. The KFMA program website is www.AgManager.info/KFMA.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Kansas State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. Kansas State University encourages diversity among its employees. KSRE EEO Coordinator: Jennifer Wilson, 121 Umberger Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506. KSRE EEO Counselor: Gregg Hadley, 123 Umberger Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506.

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Date Posted: 2/16/22; Updated: 7/15/22

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