Present the first impression of the local extension program and K-State Research and
Extension while greeting the public and answering the telephone.
Respond to routine requests from the public. Refer other requests to the appropriate individual.
Be familiar with schedules of agents in order to respond to phone calls and office visits.
• Open, sort and date-stamp mail. Scan and note due dates for responses. Make copies as
appropriate to keep everyone informed of important information.
• Organize correspondence, records and other information for future retrieval.
• Copy and distribute correspondence, news releases and meeting and event notices via mail, email,
or social media.
• Create documents such as newsletters, fliers, brochures, etc.
• Maintain web pages and social media with up-to-date information.
• Receive and record registrations for events.
• Prepare regular and routine documents, logs, reports and schedules.
• Maintain databases.
• Coordinate ordering of supplies, equipment and publications.
• Keep publications racks stocked and rotated.
• Manage the documentation associated with the volunteer screening process.
• Perform routine maintenance of office equipment and make arrangements for repair when
• Keep mailing lists and databases up-to-date.
• Maintain accounts payable, accounts receivable and budgets.
• Prepare monthly financial reports for the board.
• Prepare monthly payroll including filing of state and federal reports.
• Receive and record cash and checks.
• Operate equipment such as computer and copy machines.
• Delegate duties as appropriate to part-time or student employees.
• Carry out other related duties as assigned.
Required Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:
online. 8-5 job but extra hours during fair time. vacation time and KPERS provided.
email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the office at 701 E main in Lyons. Call 620-786-1226 for more information.
“K-State Research and Extension – Rice County is an equal opportunity provider and employer. A criminal background check is required.”