Dependable candidate desired to provide office administrative services for a multicounty Farm Bureau office and two organization directors.Read More
Licking, Knox, Coshocton, Morgan, Muskingum, Perry, and Washington County Farm Bureaus are seeking a highly organized, efficient and dependable candidate to provide office administrative services for their multicounty office and two organization directors.
An ideal candidate will possess proficient computer skills, excellent customer service, membership marketing acumen, and be a team player and able to handle multiple tasks and complex projects. Must have a high school degree. Experience with data entry, Publisher, Microsoft Office, social media platforms, and basic web design are desired. A preferred candidate should have interest and familiarity in agriculture and a membership organization.
Please respond with a cover letter and resume in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be accepted until July 1, 2022 or until the position is filled.
Location: 1625A Sharon Ave, Zanesville, OH
Position: Part-time Seasonal 2-3 days per week, occasional evenings and weekends. Potential to become part-time permanent
Compensation: Starting at $12-14 hour based on experience
Reports to: Organization directors
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