The Executive Director shall be the Brand Committee head for administrative purposes.
40 hours per week.
Examples of Work
The Executive Director shall keep a record of all proceedings, transactions, communications, and official acts of the Brand Committee, shall be custodian of all records of the Brand Committee, and shall perform such other duties as may be required by the Brand Committee. The Executive director shall call meeting of the Brand Committee according to Nebr.
Statute and shall have supervisory authority to direct and control all full-time and part-time employees of the Brand Committee. This authority allows the Executive Director to hire employees as needed on an interim basis subject to approval or conformation by the Brand Committee for regular employment. The Executive Director may place employees on probation and may discharge an employee.
Qualifications / Requirements
REQUIREMENTS: Executive Leadership experience.
Knowledge of livestock industry. Operate computer and other office machines. Basic arithmetic knowledge.
Effective communication skills. Excellent customer skills. Ability to be organized and meet deadlines. Manage agency budget.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Supervisory Skills, Make administrative decisions, Livestock industry financial knowledge, Testify before Nebraska Legislature on pending legislation, Handle problem phone calls and email that relate to Brand Committee issues requiring a degree of decision making authority, Ability to extend public relations while also enforcing state brand laws, Attend meetings, conventions, seminars, training sessions, employee hiring interviews, and general overall supervisory responsibilities. Knowledge of Brand Committee policies, procedures, handbooks, statutes, and other regulations.
State Of Nebraska