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Custer County Job Description
Position: 4-H Office Assistant
Date: Posted April 9, 2010 (Position open until filled.)
We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin,
age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.
WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
Overview: The Custer County 4-H Office Assistant provides the organizational framework for 4-H
programs within Custer County and coordinates local 4-H activities by recruiting and managing 4-H
volunteers and members, providing resources, and coordinating and marketing 4-H programs and
activities. This position also includes providing a wide range of administrative and clerical duties,
including serving as the receptionist and bookkeeper for the Custer County Extension Office. The 4-H
Office Assistant will work as a team member with the Extension Educator, 4-H Leader’s Council, 4-H
leaders and 4-H youth to provide educational programs through various venues. The 4-H Office
Assistant will focus on developing and maintaining non-livestock projects and programming. This job
encompasses 60% 4-H duties and 40% office administrative duties.
Employer: Custer County
Supervisor: Sarah D. Baker, University of Idaho Extension Educator
Salary: Based on experience and education.
Full county benefits included.
12-month “introductory” period (see Custer County Personnel Policy).
Hours: 40 hours per week, some evenings, some weekends, some overnight stays.
Core hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm with 1 hour lunch break.
• 4-H Leadership, Marketing, and Development:
o Recruit and train new and existing 4-H leaders.
o Organize and lead volunteers in 4-H programs.
o Develop, organize, and lead new 4-H activities.
o Serve as an advisor and attend 4-H Leader’s Council meetings.
o Serve as a member of the 4-H Camp Team, attend and teach workshops at 4-H Camp.
o Oversee the 4-H project displa