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OABA Hiring Director of Nutrient Management and Agricultural Policy

Applications due by May 31

The Ohio AgriBusiness Association is adding a new staff member to the team. The association is seeking a strong, qualified candidate to fill the position of Director of Nutrient Management and Agricultural Policy. This individual will serve as the Executive Director of the Nutrient Stewardship Council (70 – 75% of the position) and oversee OABA’s water quality, nutrient management, and sustainability efforts (25 – 30% of the position).

Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

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Preferred Skill Qualifications:

Preferred Educational Experience:

Compensation and Benefits:

How to Apply

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume before May 31st to Chris Henney at with the subject line: OABA Nutrient Management Position

About OABA

The Ohio AgriBusiness Association is the leading advocate for Ohio agribusiness by creating a sustainable business climate through collaborative policy leadership, continuous education and effective communication. OABA is a membership-based state trade association which includes the manufacturers and wholesale/retail suppliers of plant nutrient and protection materials, the grain warehousing and marketing industry, the feed and seed industry, as well as companies providing equipment, financing, insurance, consulting, and other products and services for the agribusiness industry. OABA is also the administrator of the Ohio Certified Crop Adviser Program, 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification Program and Ohio Agricultural Council. For more information, visit

About 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification Program

The 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification Program is governed and guided by the Nutrient Stewardship Council, a diverse set of stakeholders from business, government, university, and non-governmental sectors with a common goal of maintaining agricultural productivity while also improving the quality of Lake Erie and its contributing watersheds. The program is administered by the Ohio AgriBusiness Association. For more information, visit

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