Work with 4-H faculty and staff to assist with the teaching and facilitating details of teen leadership training events, registrations, State Leadership Camp, Making eXtreme Counselor (MXC) Workshop, and Teen Leadership Council including but not limited to: teen luncheon at the Ohio 4-H Conference and state fair events. Assist in the evaluation and selection process. Provide office support to 4-H state level camping program including Camp Facility Director's training/meetings, affiliate entity reports, and camp program director's training. Answer clientele inquiries, make travel arrangements, coordinate event logistics, and process requisitions, purchase orders, and reimbursements. Where delegated, authorize payments for program materials. Assist with the preparation of documents, resources, and materials to post to the 4-H website, and update website content. Maintain calendars, schedule meetings and appointments, and manage inventory for programs. Provide basic 4HOnline support/troubleshooting to county extension professionals. Organize and arrange resources to distribute copies and mailings for selected staff/faculty. Serve in a back-up role with similar responsibilities for the overall State 4-H Office.
Bachelor’s degree in Community Leadership, Agricultural Communication, Education, or a closely related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Proficiency using Microsoft Office. Knowledge of 4-H youth development programming and OSU Extension. Excellent oral/communication skills and strong interpersonal skills/comfort working with teen audiences. Ability to multi-task and work in a team environment as well as work independently. Demonstrated initiative and problem-solving skills. Ability to work occasional evening and weekend hours.
Familiarity with website maintenance and graphic layout.
Target Salary: $12.50 - $15.09 Hourly
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
Job Appointment (FTE%):
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