Agriculture/Welding – Salina Central

*This is a second position

Agriculture Education / Welding- Salina Central High School

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Salina USD 305

Full Salary Schedule – Negotiated Agreement

Job Start Date: August-1-2020
Applications Due By: August-1-2020

Job Contact Information
Rae Brecheisen – – 7853094713

Employer Information
Salina USD 305

Executive Director – Kansas Foundation for Ag in the Classroom

Executive Director, KS Ag in the Classroom

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Oversee all operations as it relates to Kansas Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom, a non-profit corporation dedicated to the advancement of education and learning about agriculture with primary and secondary students, teachers and educators. Seek out strategic partnerships and funding opportunities to grow the presence of KFAC in Kansas. Communicate regularly with the foundation board of directors, donors, supporters, and educators. This position requires independent discretion and judgment regarding the management, budgeting, and reporting of financial information to a board of directors and organization stakeholders.

Responsibilities Include:

50% Fundraising and Financial Management: Develop new and build on existing relationships that support the mission of KFAC Seek innovative ways to fund programming. Pursue additional funding and collaborate with other organizations also seeking funds. Develop sustainable revenue sources. Complete all components of reporting as required by fundraising efforts. Cultivate advocacy for KFAC Manage financial information, prepare and communicate various reports, budget to the board and stakeholders

30% Administrative Management: Supervise staff. Communicate regularly with the Foundation Board of Directors and donors through various means of communication. Maintain the Foundation’s office, including files, historical records, resource library, and lesson plans. Oversee and execute on a strategic vision in cooperation with the Foundation’s Board of Directors Increase visibility of KFAC.

20% Educational Program Development and Implementation: Provide educational opportunities and tools for teachers and students. Work with Kansas educators to provide ag literacy in-service training.

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree
Seven years of relevant experience
Preferred Qualifications:

MS degree in education or agriculture-related field
Experience in non-profit management
Grant writing and/or fundraising experience
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Proficiency in computer programs including MS Office as well as creating and using spreadsheets and databases
Experience related to financial management
Experience with program development and project monitoring
How to Apply:

Please submit the following documents:

Letter of application
Three references
Screening of Applications Begins:

Screening begins on April 27, 2020.

For best consideration, apply by April 24, 2020.

Anticipated Hiring Salary Range:

$ 55,680 – $ 89,090 annual salary


Agriculture Teacher – Macksville

*New program

High School Agriculture

Macksville USD 351 is accepting applications for a High School Agriculture teacher. Transition to Teaching applicants welcomed. Coaching positions available. Appropriate certification required and salary will commensurate with experience. Please contact district office for application at 620-348-3415.

Application Check List

Letter of Application;

Completed Application available through District Office;

Credentials and Transcripts;

Current License;

Current Resume and (3) References

This position is open until filled.

2019-20 Base salary is $40,184

Job Start Date: August-10-2020
Applications Due By: May-29-2020

Job Contact Information
Crystle Hogan – – 620-348-3415

Employer Information
Macksville USD 351

Macksville is a 1A school located on Hwy 50 directly between Hutchinson and Dodge City. Listed as one of US News and World reports best High Schools in Kansas. Wonderful district to work and raise a family. Academic enrichment and extra-curricular opportunities are available and encouraged.

Agriculture/Industrial Arts Teacher – Western Plains

Agriculture and/or Industrial Arts

Western Plains USD 106 is looking to fill an Industrial Arts and/or Ag Science teaching position.  The position could be filled by an individual who is desiring to teach full-time with a willingness to consider any additional areas of certification or a teacher desiring part-time employment as a teacher of Ag Science or other Vocational area.  The district provides an additional benefits package that includes both health and dental insurance valued at approximately $6,000.  Western Plains USD 106 also can provide housing large enough for full-sized families at little to no cost depending on the qualifications of the applicant.  The district is interested in providing a very significant signing bonus based on the qualifications of the applicant.

Health and dental benefits valued at approximately $6,000. Based on qualifications and placed on salary schedule.

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Job Start Date: August-1-2020
Applications Due By: August-1-2020

Job Contact Information
Jeff Jones – – 785-731-2352

Employer Information
Western Plains USD 106