To help build and maintain an active and growing county Farm Bureau through encouraging member involvement, as well as supporting county committees and leadership. To assist the county Farm Bureau in developing and supporting successful Farm Bureau programs and services that meet the needs of the members. To update the county Farm Bureau website and social media outlets. To maintain accurate and efficient office records for the county Farm Bureau.
Work with county Farm Bureaus to encourage member involvement, assist county committees, and support Farm Bureau programs and services.
Assist the executive committee in preparing the annual budget. Make recommendations concerning investments, equipment, and building needs as requested. Pay all routine bills within the budget. Maintain financial records including daily journals, monthly operating statement, balance sheet, year-end reports, and monthly bank reconciliations of all county Farm Bureau bank accounts. Prepare for and make adjustments following the annual county financial audit. Manage personal property taxes and work with outside tax preparer to complete annual 990/990T tax forms.
Coordinate administration of the health care program within the county. Market, service, and actively sell health insurance products. Process enrollment and assist members in solving enrollment, service, and claim problems. Participate in the appropriate number of continuing education programs to maintain health license. Obtain annual certifications. (if applicable)
Required: High school diploma or equivalent required. One to three years general business experience and some office management experience required. Experience dealing with the public by telephone, mail, and personal contact required. Ability and willingness to promote the objectives of the Farm Bureau organization required. Must be able to work with volunteers, co- workers, county Farm Bureau members and the general public, while maintaining a service-conscious, helpful and courteous attitude. Must possess a valid driver license with an acceptable driving record.
Preferred: Bachelor’s degree preferred. Volunteer management experience preferred. Prior work experience with other volunteer organizations preferred.
Note: This is a full-time position working 35 hours per week, plus benefits.
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