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.
Ag Program Coordinator
The Agricultural Outreach Coordinator will provide oversight, leadership, curriculum development, applied research, education and outreach for the WSU Extension agriculture program in San Juan County. In addition, there is an expectation of strong collaboration with other program areas, including 4-H Youth Development and WSU Master Gardener programs. The San Juan Islands are home to a diversity of direct-market vegetable and fruit producers, grain, forage and livestock farmers with unique challenges and opportunities relating to the island geography and economy. The Coordinator will maintain strong working relationships with local producers as well as representatives of organizations working on agricultural issues in San Juan County. To apply, please visit: https://wsu.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/WSU_Jobs/details/Job-Posting-Title-Agricultural-Outreach-Coordinator_R-8271?q=R-8271 For questions, please contact County Director, Brook Brouwer at email@example.com. Extension employment is available to all without discrimination. WSU is an EO/AA educator and employer.
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