Welcome to WSU San Juan County Extension!
Washington State University San Juan County Extension is dedicated to strengthening the community by providing education, applied research and a connection to university-based information and resources. Impact is leveraged by training volunteers to deliver university-based programs. WSU Extension has had an active presence in San Juan County since 1919. Today, our county-based programs provide community education in agriculture; pest identification and management; noxious weed control; home horticulture; forest resource management; environmental stewardship; Strengthening Families Program 10-14 and 4-H youth development.
We Are Hiring!
WSU Extension is hiring an office manager for San Juan County. Duties include providing administrative and fiscal support to the county programs including 4-H, Agriculture, Master Gardeners, and Noxious Weeds; establishing and maintaining fiscal record keeping systems, coordinating purchasing functions and expenditure control, budget reconciliation, compiling fiscal reports, monitoring grants, and performing other related duties as assigned; providing support for office outreach and reporting by assisting with design of flyers, publications, website, social media, and press releases; manage supply and equipment inventory and office systems. Provide program coordinators and county director with support in facilitating outreach to diverse community populations. To apply, visit https://bit.ly/3SYAVEK, position number R-7372. For questions, please contact County Director, Brook Brouwer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Extension employment is available to all without discrimination. WSU is an EO/AA educator and employer.
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