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Cook Co AITC  (District 2)  - Director of Ag Literacy

The Cook County Farm Bureau is seeking to hire a fulltime Director of Ag Literacy to fill a staff position due to an upcoming summer retirement.

Major responsibilities include directing the Cook County Farm Bureau and Foundation Ag Literacy programming in area schools, developing curriculum and presentations for classroom and non-classroom use, working with volunteers and partners to deliver agriculture program experiences and partnering with other organizations/groups to enhance agricultural literacy in the county.

Criteria include:

  • Four-year college degree
  • Teaching knowledge, experience – classroom or organizational
  • Strong verbal, written and electronic communication skills and knowledge
  • Mature and calm individual who can multitask in a busy work environment
  • Self-motivated with ability to prioritize based on organizational goals
  • Some Agricultural knowledge and understanding of consumer farm-related product choices and consumption is helpful

A competitive salary will be offered based on experience.

Benefits include group medical/dental/vision cost share, 2X term life, disability coverage, cafeteria plan, defined benefit retirement plan, 401(k) and PTO schedule.

Contact Person

Individuals interested in the position should submit a letter of application, resume and references or inquiries by email to:

Bob Rohrer, Cook County Farm Bureau Manager 

6438 Joliet Road, Countryside, Il. 60525


Kankakee Co AITC  (District 2)  - Ag Literacy Coordinator

The Kankakee County Farm Bureau is currently accepting resumes for a part-time Education Coordinator at the Farm Bureau office in Kankakee.  This will be for part-time employment as Agriculture Literacy Coordinator.

Qualified candidates must possess strong oral and written communication skills as well as excellent organizational skills.  Candidate must be self-motivated and be able to prioritize work.  Knowledge of agriculture is important and a background in education is helpful.

A competitive hourly wage will be offered and benefits will be available for purchase.  The Kankakee County Farm Bureau is a small office environment with excellent working conditions.

Application deadline is April 22, 2022.

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Interested applicants may send their resume and references, or their inquiries, to

Sangamon Menard Logan Counties  (District 3)  - AITC Coordinator
Filled pending approval.
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Effingham Co AITC  (District 4)  - Ag Literacy Coordinator (PT)

Filled by Lynn Wolff

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Edgar County Ag in the Classroom  (District 4)  - Ag in the Classroom Coordinator

Filled by Jessica Wolfe

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Piatt & DeWitt County  (District 4)  - Ag Literacy Coordinator
Filled by Heather Berbaum
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Clay County AITC  (District 5)  - Ag in the Classroom Coordinator
Clay County Ag in the Classroom is actively searching for a part time employee to serve as their Coordinator. Please send your resume and cover letter to Clay County Farm Bureau Manager, Kim Adair at or stop by the Clay County Farm Bureau Office. 
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