Carroll Harrison Jefferson Tuscarawas

Carroll, Harrison, Jefferson and Tuscarawas County Farm Bureaus are seeking a highly organized, efficient and dependable candidate to provide office administrative services for board members, volunteers, and the organization director.

An ideal candidate will possess proficient computer skills, excellent customer service, be a team player, a self starter, a membership marketer, and be able to handle multiple tasks and projects.

A high school degree is required. Experience with data entry, Microsoft Office, Quickbooks, Google Drive/Docs, and social media platforms is preferred.  A candidate with an interest and familiarity in agriculture and Farm Bureau would be advantageous for this position.

Please respond with a cover letter and resumé to [email protected]. Applications are due June 1, 2021 by 4 p.m.

Office location: 2146 E. High Ave., New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663

Office Hours: Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Position: Part-time (24-28 hours per week)

Compensation:  Based on experience

Benefits:  Paid vacation and paid holidays

Reports to: Organization Director

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