Agriculture Teacher – Southern Lyon County (Hartford/Olpe)

*Mandy Kern has taken a position with the Kansas Wetlands Education Center

Job Title: Agriculture Education Teacher
Job Description: USD 252 Southern Lyon County is accepting applications for an Agriculture Education Teacher to serve students at Hartford Jr./Sr. High School and Olpe Jr./Sr. High School for the 2018-2019 school year. Coaching and sponsorships are available.

Job Benefits: Single health insurance paid by the district. Sick, personal and bereavement leave.

Job Contact Information:

Shane Clark,, 620-475-3223 

Agriculture Teacher – Caney Valley High School

*This is a 2nd teacher position.

USD 436 is looking to add a 2nd agriculture education teacher and FFA advisor to our district. Desired candidate is strong in animal science fields, dedicated to supporting all aspects of FFA, and maintains a professional atmosphere. Caney FFA chapter averages 140 unduplicated students grades 8-12, has an active FFA Booster Club, supportive administration, and is destined to continue to grow in coming years.

Job Contact Information
Blake A. Vargas
Superintendent USD#436—Caney Valley School District
700 East Bullpup Boulevard, Caney, Kansas 67333     (620)-879-9200     (620) 879-9209 Fax

Agriculture Teacher – Riverside (Wathena)

Job Title: Agricultural Educator & FFA Advisor

Job Description:Riverside USD 114 is accepting applications for an Agricultural Educator & FFA Adviser certified to teach high school classes for the 2018-2019 school year.If interested please fill out this application and also include the certified application on the Riverside website at Once on the site go to the District Office Tab, Employment, print off a certified staff application and return it to the Riverside USD 114 District Office, PO Box 49, Elwood, KS 66024.  Also include a copy of your cover letter, resume, official college transcripts, current Teaching License, and 4 letters of reference.Riverside USD 114

Job Salary: Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Base salary for the 2017-2018 school year is $34,579.00 and supplemental pay for FFA Adviser.

Job Benefits: Currently offered employer paid Health Insurance Plan, Life Insurance, Vision, and Wellness Program. Also available Dental, 403(b) plan, additional life and disability.

Job Start Date: August-17-2018
Applications Due By: June-1-2018

Job Contact Information
Vicki Wyatt;; 913-365-5632

Agriculture Teacher – Rural Vista

Job Title: 8-12 Vo-Ag Instructor/FFA
Job Description:USD 481 is accepting applications for the position of VoAg Instructor/FFA for Hope/White City.  This position will be for the 2018-19 school year. Coaching/Sponsor positions may be available.

All interested candidates should fill out the certified application found on the district website, Please include a copy of your teaching license and transcripts.

The position is open until filled.

Rural Vista USD 481

Job Start Date: August-15-2018
Applications Due By: June-10-2018

Job Contact Information

Chelsey Schmidt;; 785-349-2964 

Agriculture Teacher – Nemaha Central

Mr. Goering took a job with industry.

Job Title: Vo-Ag Instructor/FFA
Job Description:
Nemaha Central High School is looking for a Vo-Ag instructor for the 2018-2019 year. Our community is very supportive and has raised over $100,000 to build a greenhouse and so support this program.

Nemaha Central USD #115

Job Salary: Based on experience and education, will include a supplemental salary and/or additional days for FFA advisor duties. Salary schedule can be found at

Job Benefits: Nemaha Central provides $450/year for professional development or college tuition reimbursement. Fully paid single BC/BS health insurance

Job Start Date: August-10-2018
Applications Due By: June-31-2018

Job Contact Information
Darrel Kohlman,, 7853366101

Agriculture Teacher – Ulysses High School

Ulysses High School will have an Agriculture Education teaching opening next year.

UHS offers a very competitive salary, beginning salary is $41,500, and also includes such benefits as student loan repayment of up to $150/month and reimbursement for continuing education classes.

We are a 4A high school in SW Kansas.

Mark Paul
Ulysses High School Principal
Ph # 620-356-1380
Fax# 620-356-5566

Ag Instructor & Judging Coach – Cloud County Community College (Concordia)

Job Title: Agriculture Instructor

Job Description:
Cloud County Community College seeks an Agriculture Instructor and Judging Coach to begin in the Fall 2018 semester.  Judging coach opportunities include Livestock and Meats.  The Instructor/Coach will be responsible for teaching courses both on and off campus and via various instructional modalities. This position will require the use of instructional technology within the curriculum and supervision and evaluation of students in field placements. In addition, this position requires the candidate to recruit and coach for the Livestock Judging teams. A Master’s degree in a field of Agriculture is required. Consideration will be given to a candidate who is progressing toward a master’s degree, bachelor’s degree required.  Experience in Ag instruction and livestock judging will be heavily considered. The college prepares students to lead successful lives and enhances the vitality of the communities it serves.  Faculty and staff are dedicated to student success.  This is a full-time, ten-month position with a benefit package. Email a letter of application, resume, the names and phone numbers of five current references, and copies of transcripts to or send to the Office of Human Resources, Cloud County Community College, P.O. Box 1002, Concordia, Kansas 66901. EOE.

Major duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

·         Teach face-to-face and online courses within the Agriculture curriculum. Some classes may be taught through a web conferencing service; teach classes as needed on the Concordia Campus, online, and shortened or flexible formats;

·         Participate in program and course review, development, and assessment;

·         Serve on committees to hire, mentor, and evaluate adjunct teaching faculty;

·         Work with the division and department on follow-up of graduates;

·         Attend all relevant college, division, and department meetings and faculty activities including working with advisory committees for AAS programs;

·         Promote/assist in the development of promotional materials for the Agriculture Department and the division, and assist in the recruitment of students;

·         Incorporate technology into the curriculum and keep abreast of current technology in the field of Agriculture;

·         Collaborate with business and industry to develop relationships and support for Agriculture Programs including participation in Ag. Night at the college;

·         Develop and maintain relationships with local FFA chapters and Ag Programs which includes helping with student events;

·         Instruct and coach the Livestock Judging teams as well as drive the transportation to competitions and recruit students, and potentially develop a meats judging team; and

·         Perform duties assigned by Department Chair or Division Dean.

Job Start Date: August-13-2018
Applications Due By: June-8-2018

Job Contact Information

Christine Wilson;; 785-243-1435