The Hamilton, Montgomery and Preble County Farm Bureau office is currently seeking to fill two open positions: Membership Marketing Intern and County Office Administrator. Please read through the job descriptions below and send resume, cover letter and references to [email protected]

Membership Marketing Intern

POSITION SUMMARY: Provide special project and program support to the organization director to meet the needs of membership relative to established organizational goals and objectives. Full-time availability is preferred, however the position is flexible starting in June through August/September based on student’s availability, class schedule and workload desire. Flexible scheduling, but work may require specific evenings and weekends.

MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS

High School diploma.

MINIMUM OTHER QUALIFICATIONS

Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license and a reliable vehicle.

Residence or available housing within Hamilton, Montgomery or Preble counties preferred.

To apply please send resume, cover letter and references to: [email protected]  Deadline: June 1, 2021

County Office Administrator

Ideal applicant will posses proficient computer skills, excellent customer service be a team-player and ready to handle multiple tasks and complex projects. Experience with Microsoft office and QuickBooks is required. Applicant should posses an understanding of accounting skills. Preferred applicant would have an interest and familiarity with agriculture and a membership organization. This is a part-time position.

MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS

High School diploma.

MINIMUM OTHER QUALIFICATIONS

Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license and a reliable vehicle.

Residence or available housing within Hamilton, Montgomery or Preble counties preferred.

To apply please send resume, cover letter and references to: [email protected]  

Deadline: June 1, 2021

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