We are hiring! We have an open position for a District Technician (full-time) and a Seasonal Spray Assistant (part-time, seasonal). Our team works to conserve Our Resources, educate and inspire Our Community to support Our Future, through science and wise, conscious choices on the Farms, in the Homes and at the Schools in Seneca County, Ohio. The two positions we are hiring will also be expected to contribute to the innovative, team culture and participate in the outreach initiatives, events and digital communication efforts of Seneca Conservation District.

Click here for  District Technician_2018_Vacancy Details

Click here for Seasonal Spray_2018_Vacancy Details

Individuals interested in being hired should submit:

  • A resume with contact information, education and work history, skills, qualifications and three references with phone or email contact information.
  • A cover letter that  specifically states which position(s) you want to be considered for should also accompany the resume, include a personal statement of why you want to work for the Seneca Conservation District and how your talents will further the mission. .
  • As an optional way to learn more about your abilities, skills and personal accomplishments, please feel free to share your social media accounts.

Resumes will be accepted for both positions until 4:30p, April 9, 2018. Resumes and letters can be dropped off in person Mon-Fri, 8-4:30p at 3140 S SR 100, Ste D, Tiffin; or mailed to Seneca Conservation District at the same address; or emailed to bdiesch@conservesenecacounty.com.

Any questions about the hiring process or job descriptions can be directed to Beth Diesch at the above email or by phone (419)447-7073.

About Beth Diesch

As the Outreach Coordinator, I spend my time finding ways to help more people and reach the District farther and wider (to the borders of the county). I also coordinate the education programs and write grants. Learning, creating, promoting and connecting are what I do. I enjoy writing about ways and ideas to teach kids, as well as, simple and easy things adults can do to be wise when using natural resources.

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