The Precision Agriculture Technology department is seeking a full-time faculty member. This program encompasses a combination of
classroom, shop, and field teaching environments where students acquire the skills necessary to succeed in today’s competitive
high-tech agricultural industry.
Applicants should also have working knowledge of various modern precision agricultural technologies
and practices, including, but not limited to: basic farming operations, mechanical systems, plant and soil science, geospatial science, soil
sampling, tractor guidance systems, VRA planting/fertility systems, GPS systems, RTK/RTX correction systems, Geographic Information Systems
(GIS), farm management software, digital tractor/farm data, prescription maps, satellite imagery, remote sensing (IR/Thermal/LiDAR),
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), Electromagnetic (EM/EC) soil mapping, irrigation management technologies, computer systems,
software/application systems, electronics, etc.
A Bachelor’s degree is preferred. Previous teaching experience and additional
two-year tech degree are pluses. Open until filled. Anticipated start date: January 3, 2022. Please send application, resume, and references
Sherri Knitig, VP of Operations
1209 Harrison Street, PO Box 668
Goodland, KS 67735
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