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Full-Time Program/Office Assistant

Looking for a great opportunity to work with kids K-12, and earn a salary too?  Iowa State University Extension and Outreach in Mitchell County is seeking a full-time, 40 hrs/week, program/office assistant to work with our Clover Kids program, 4-H Livestock, as well as, assigned office duties.  Benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, retirement, and insurance stipend.  High School diploma required, Elem. Ed or Youth/Family degree or equivalent experience working with youth is preferred.     Applications available at:  Mitchell County Extension & Outreach 315 Main St., Osage or online below.  Submit completed resume and application to the Extension office, 315 Main St., Osage, IA 50461 or by email to
Deadline for Application is October 10, 2014.  E.O.E. 
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