Screening of applicants' credentials will begin 02/13/2021 and will continue until the position is filled.
Commensurate with training and experience. This position is funded jointly by UT Extension and McNairy County. McNairy County Government funds 25% of the position salary and benefits costs.
Group hospitalization and life insurance; State Retirement; Workers' Compensation; sick and annual leave;
numerous University of Tennessee and state benefits programs, including liberal time off for holidays, and longevity pay after three years of service; reimbursement for official travel.
Plans, executes, and evaluates 4-H Youth Development (100%) educational programs.
Implements, evaluates, and reports 4-H Youth Development Programs related to organization, leadership, recognition, sponsorship, etc.
Assumes responsibility for all youth projects, activities, shows, events, and committees.
Secures and trains volunteer leaders and serves as an educational resource for educational youth programs within the county.
Responsible to the County Extension Director and must keep current on the latest research information in youth development.
Provides leadership for a program of activities that meets the needs of all eligible clientele regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, or veteran status.
Assume other duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 210106
About Institute of Agriculture
The Institute’s four major units are the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, the College of Veterinary Medicine, UT AgResearch and UT Extension. The Institute contributes to improving the quality of lives and enhancing the agricultural, economic, environmental and social well-being of Tennessee. Our clientele include students, families, farmers, 4-Hers, agribusiness and the general public.