Agriculture Teacher – Caney Valley

*As of July 16, this position is still open.

*This is for a second teacher.

From Mrs. Kiersey:

“We are in search of a second agriculture teacher to join our department and help Mrs. Kiersey lead us to our full potential! Our ideal candidate would have a strong emphasis on animal science, desire to help grow our chapters success, and knowledge of all aspects of FFA and SAE projects.”

“The school listing says: Applications are being accepted for an additional 7-12 ag sciences instructor for the 2021-2022 school year. Applications are available at the board office or online at caney.com

“I will also add that I have an extended 30 day contract (Standard teacher is 177.5 for our district), FFA Stipend, CTE pathways stipend, and a district paid individual health insurance. Our current facilities include a welding shop, greenhouse, garden, and orchard. Looking at building/purchasing a separate comprehensive agriculture facility. We have a very supportive community, administration, and school board. Member numbers average 125 8-12th grade.”

https://www.caney.com/page/current-openings

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Livestock Judging Coach/ Ag Careers Specialist – Allen Community College

10 Month Contract Full-Time Staff Position (renewable contract position)                                                          

RESPONSIBILITIES: The Livestock Judging Coach / AG Careers Specialist will coach the Livestock Judging team and recruit students to Agriculture programs and careers. The position is responsible for recruitment of students to the Livestock Judging team and Agriculture programs, management and travel of the team, and instruction of Livestock Evaluation and Oral Reasons courses. The position is responsible for student advising, activity program development, division participation, committee and task force service, and individual professional development. (Please review the complete position description posted on the College website.)                        

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor degree in Agriculture or a related field is required; a Master degree with a minimum of 18 graduate credit hours in Agriculture or a related field is preferred. Experience in college teaching is preferred. 

LOCATION: Iola, Kansas Campus. On-campus office hours are required of the position. 

SALARY: Minimum $40,000; salary based on education and experience. An excellent benefits package is available.           

STARTING DATE: August 1, 2021 (Classes begin August 23, 2021) 

APPLICATION: Submit letter of interest, resume, completed employment application, unofficial transcripts, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Official transcripts are required at time of employment. 

APPLY TO: Shellie Regehr, Human Resources Allen County Community College 1801 N. Cottonwood Iola, KS 66749                                               

Email: hr@allencc.edu or fax 1-620-365-7406 

Allen County Community College provides quality higher education and workforce development through two distinct campuses and online learning to approximately 5,000 students each academic year. The Iola Campus, with residence halls and a vibrant athletics program, offers the two-year college experience in a caring environment. The Burlingame Campus, located 25 miles south of Topeka, offers a broad range of courses scheduled to accommodate busy commuter lifestyles. The Online Learning program serves students wishing to learn from a distance or who wish to take an online course to complement their on-campus courses. Allen Community College is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, and disability in admissions, educational programs or activities, and employment; all as required by applicable laws and regulations under the Title VI Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Title IX Regulations of 1972, Section 504 of the Social Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 

Agriculture Teacher – Syracuse High School

High School Agriculture

Syracuse High School is seeking a highly motivated candidate to lead, team, and teach high school agriculture courses. Courses are part of two, approved CTE Pathways, Comprehensive Agriculture Science and Power, Structural and Technical Systems.  

Syracuse USD 494

Housing allowance as per Superintendent of Schools. Agriculture Pickup. As per USD 494 Negotiated Agreement and supplemental contract.


Job Start Date: August-5-2021
Applications Due By: August-4-2021

Job Contact Information
Paul Zuzelski – pzuzelski@usd494.net – (620) 384-7446

Employer Information
Syracuse USD 494 www.usd494.org/

USD494, Syracuse, is located in western Kansas on highway 50 just 14 miles from the Colorado border and operates on Mountain Standard Time.  USD #494 is a large 2-A district with a PK – 6  building and a 7-12 building located on a common campus.  Both buildings continue to demonstrate high academic achievement and Syracuse High School has been recognized as a Blue Ribbon School.  The high school/middle school building was comleted in the year 2000. The recent passage of a bond proposal by Hamilton County voters will provide funding for a new multi-purpose gymnasium, agriculture education building, and modern track & field complex to be completed in October 2015. The district serves approximately 530 students and employs 40 licensed staff and 35 classified staff.  Syracuse High School provides rigorous curricula and a variety of courses including concurrent classes for qualifying high school students and six CTE pathways. District technology is continuously upgraded and all 9 – 12 students are issued laptops for use at school and at home. Our elementary school offers an exceptional Early Childhood program and free all-day Kindergarten. Recent additions include two new state-of-the-art computer labs and technology upgrades for yet another lab as well as interactive classroom applications.  Our fifth and sixth grades are departmentalized to help prepare students for junior high. Strong progressive leadership in both buildings and excellent teachers district-wide keep USD #494 on the cutting edge academically.