Office Professional - Hoxie Office
HELP WANTED: Twin Creeks Extension District, Sheridan County office is seeking Full Time Office Professional, 40 hrs./week. Starting pay is $9.50/hr. until probation is completed. KPERS retirement is available. Skills required: computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Publisher; routine office management; basic bookkeeping; effective oral and written communication; willingness to learn; and ability to work with public. Database, graphic presentations and computer photo editing skills a plus. For complete job description and information, please stop by or call the Twin Creeks Extension Office at 925 9th St, Hoxie, KS 67740. 782-675-3268. Applications and Resumes are required. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Twin Creeks District Board Members
Twin Creeks Extension District, including Norton, Decatur and Sheridan Counties, are looking for one potential volunteer board member to represent Sheridan County and one member to represent Norton County. Board members are normally elected unless a member resigns before their term is up. When this happens, the board must appoint new members to fulfill the rest of the term. Board members are unpaid volunteers. Four representatives from each county serve on the board.
The Extension Board, in partnership with the area director, is responsible for leading educational programs, supervising professional Extension agent staff and developing budgets. Board member responsibilities are listed below:
· Participate in monthly board meetings that rotate locations with the District
· Review minutes, financial statements, and agent reports
· Become familiar with all program areas
· Get to know all agents and their programming
· Attend Extension-sponsored events
· Advocate for Extension programming
· Participate as a Program Development Committee (PDC) member for one of the four program areas
It is important for board members to be advocates of Extension and to understand the Extension mission.
So what does Extension do? K-State Research and Extension is a federal, state, and local partnership that is dedicated to improving quality of life for communities, families and youth through integrated research, analysis and community education. Extension Agents work to meet needs in the community by connecting people to K-State research and resources by providing trustworthy community education. Extension addresses four areas of education including agriculture, youth development, family and consumer sciences, and community vitality.
If you are interested in serving as a board member, please contact your local Extension Office.
Norton - 877-5755 Decatur - 475-8121 Sheridan - 675-3268