Our job board is updated weekly with new agricultural employment opportunities in Virginia. These positions range in education, skill set and location, so check back each week for a role that may fit your background.
This position will provide grant administration and program support to the Division of Marketing and Development and its Office of Agriculture and Forestry Development, including the grant programs of the Governor’s Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development (AFID) fund, and other state and Federal programs promoting Virginia's agriculture and forest products sector. The Grants Specialist will ensure timely and successful implementation of project activities and compliance with all program regulations, ensures that grantees utilize funding sources in accordance with program requirements, coordinate local project monitoring and reporting for assigned programs, and maintain coordination and collaboration with other offices and programs both within and outside of the Agency to carry out these functions. Learn more or apply to position.
Housed in the Department of Agricultural, Leadership, and Community Education, the AgrAbility Virginia Program Coordinator will have the primary responsibility of assisting the Program Director and AgrAbility Virginia Partnership (VT, VSU, and Easterseals) in all educational, outreach, communication, training, grant reporting, and program evaluation responsibilities related to this statewide Virginia Cooperative Extension program. Learn more or apply to position.
The 4H agent will work with military and school groups as well as community centered groups within the County. The 4H Youth Development Agent is a professional educator who provides leadership to the local 4H program and manages its day to day operation. 4H is a community of young people learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills. The mission of 4H is to develop youth, and adults working with those youth, to realize their full potential and become effective, contributing citizens. Learn more or apply to position.
The Equestrian Center Barn Operations Staff is responsible to provide and oversee operations at the Equestrian Center during set work hours. The Barn Operations Staff will provide direction to student employees and approved CSER volunteers on shift by supervising tasks, monitoring performance, ensuring adherence to policies and procedures in the facility. The Equestrian Center Barn Operations Staff is responsible for maintaining safety, reducing risk and providing excellent customer service to all patrons. Learn more or apply to position.
This position greets and acknowledges all customers in a friendly professional manner. The Sales Associate is also responsible for all duties related to superior customer service. This position reports to the Store Manager.
Assist customers, greeting every customer in the area.
Responsible for rendering prompt service to all customers.
Operation of cash register, point of sale.
Handling customer complaints.
Understand basic computer program and learn systems.
Keep sales area stocked with merchandise including pricing, dating, and displaying.
Responsible for appearance and cleanliness of the sales area.
Assist in warehouse or other areas which may include stocking, loading, and unloading merchandise and keeping area neat, clean, and orderly. Learn more or apply to position.
Farm Credit of the Virginias is seeking to hire an Educational Program and Relationship Specialist in its Knowledge Center. From your first day, you will be part of an engaged and customer-focused team! The Educational Program and Relationship Specialist serves as a resource to current and prospective customers who are or who may be participants of an established association-lending program for young, beginning, small, minority, and/or veteran audiences. Learn more or apply to position.