The position is held within the Agricultural Department will lead the Livestock Judging Program as
the head coach. The successful candidate will manage all livestock issues associated with the Livestock Judging Program, and provide
assistance as needed throughout the Agricultural Department.
The successful candidate
will lead the program in a direction that continually develops quality, competitive students in the Livestock Judging Program. Recruiting
team members that focus on their educational program while coupling livestock judging into their academic journey will be essential to the
overall success of each student in the classroom and arena.
Responsibilities performed with the livestock judging team include but
are not limited to coaching students, maintaining equipment, scheduling, and planning practices on and off-campus, care of college-owned
livestock, and traveling to competitions with the team. The successful candidate is expected to perform other related duties as assigned,
which may include, but are not limited to; participating in Agricultural Department meetings; student advising, providing recommendations
for the preparation of departmental objectives, participating in the development of departmental goals, and adhering to all institutional
The successful candidate will be expected to remain current relative to developments that occur in their area of
expertise, and livestock judging through current literature, communication with colleagues, and participation in professional
Additional assignments may be established where appropriate.
Work is performed both outdoors and inside in a variety of weather conditions. Work is usually
performed during the normal workday, however, some early morning, late evening, and weekend work will be required. Travel with the Livestock
Judging Team to competitions will be required. Work may cause exposure to atmospheric conditions such as dirt, dust, adverse weather
conditions, and noise levels expected in a normal agricultural environment.
employee must be able to stand for long periods of time, speak, hear, use hands and fingers to handle materials, and use a computer, feel,
and reach with hands and arms. Work requires walking and standing for extended periods of time and frequent lifting of up to 50 pounds. Work
includes the use of hands to manipulate both livestock and use tools, equipment, and vehicles.
This is a full-time, benefited position.
Employment contingent upon a successful background check.