Career Opportunities

Kansas Farm Bureau career opportunities

Kansas Farm Bureau is a non-profit agricultural services organization whose mission is to advocate, educate and serve our members and Kansas agriculture. We are one of the largest organizations of our kind in the state of Kansas and have been in existence since 1919. We offer an outstanding total compensation package for our qualified employees which includes: a Kansas Farm Bureau membership, health care and dental insurance, group life and long-term disability insurance, a 401(k) package, paid leave, competitive pay, and an opportunity to earn an annual incentive. Our Leadership Team promotes a flexible, family-friendly work environment and we are considered a premier employer for the area.

  There are 2 open positions at Kansas Farm Bureau.

Human Resources Intern

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Position open through July 8 or until filled

Job Description

An internship within the Human Resources department, responsible for performing administrative tasks and supporting daily activities. Will gain exposure to various HR functions like payroll, recruitment, and employee development. Seeking one candidate for the 2024-2025 school year.


  • Updating internal databases with employee information and changes
  • Posting job ads on various platforms and managing the responses
  • Screening resumes and application forms to identify suitable candidates
  • Scheduling interviews and coordinating the interview process
  • Preparing HR-related reports and reconciliations as needed
  • Assisting in the planning and organization of company events and activities
  • Maintaining compliance with labor laws and company policies
  • Providing logistical support for all day-to-day processes


  • Must actively be attending Kansas State University with preference as a Junior or Senior and pursuing or holding a Bachelor’s degree in human resource management or related field
  • Experience working in an office environment
  • Familiarity with HRIS (Human Resources Information System) software is advantageous
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent administrative and organizational skills
  • Effective communication skills and attention to detail
  • Maintains high level of confidentiality
  • Work at least 10-15 hours per week (pay is $13/hour)

All intern positions are located in Manhattan, KS.

Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)

Field Service Manager – Southwest Kansas

Salary: $47,000-$55,000
Location: Remote, must reside in the Southwest area of Kansas
Travel Required

Click here to apply online.  Position open until filled. 

Job Description

Serves on a team of Kansas Farm Bureau staff that works directly with County Farm Bureaus to ensure effectiveness of local programming and long-term vitality of the grassroots organizational structure. Develops relationships with producers, ag businesses, community organizations and elected officials to create and maintain strong membership and partnerships for the benefit of agriculture and rural Kansas. Manages issues in the designated district and other issues as assigned by supervisor or organizational leadership.

Candidate must reside within 30 miles within the assigned district that serves the following eleven Kansas counties: Clark, Edwards, Ford, Gray, Hodgeman, Lane, Meade, Ness, Pawnee, Rush, and Scott. Travel within the area will be required and a company vehicle provided. 


  • Supports and encourages county Farm Bureau programs, services, and activities.
  • Develops strategic relationships with producers, elected officials, businesses, and community leaders to ensure that KFB is a relevant and vibrant force across the district and state.
  • Attends County Farm Bureau Board meetings. Provides training and assistance as needed for meetings.
  • Communicates information on behalf of the state organization to ensure consistency and maximum effectiveness of member involvement and county work.
  • Regularly reports on county activities, successes, and challenges.
  • Surfaces, motivates, trains, and inspires leaders’ involvement in county and state Farm Bureau activities.
  • Stays abreast of current conditions and changes in membership numbers, assists with membership recruitment & retention.
  • Assists county Farm Bureau leaders in the financial management and administration of the autonomous, non-profit county entities.
  • Represents Farm Bureau’s policy position and organizational programs on the local level and empowers members and counties to engage in issues as appropriate.
  • Serves as the resource person for county Farm Bureau leaders on basic employment issues.
  • Conducts new county staff onboarding and support. May provide temporary office back-up in the absence of county staff.
  • Leads or supports district or regional events or trainings as needed.
  • May serve on various State Farm Bureau committees or working groups.
  • May assist with activities involving fleet management, legislative issues, membership, training & education and KFB programming.
  • Conducts assigned responsibilities in a fiscally responsible way.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor’s degree preferably in business, program management or equivalent.
  • Ability to make logical decisions in support of the organization’s philosophy and direction.
  • Keep abreast of Ag industry standards and government regulations affecting agriculture.
  • Possess excellent interpersonal relationship and communication skills.
  • Have a high level of integrity.
  • Must have favorable driving record (subject to MVR).
  • Prefers two to four years work experience in program management or legislative involvement.
  • Knowledge of the agricultural industry is highly advantageous.
  • Must reside within 30 miles of the area served (includes the following counties: Clark, Edwards, Ford, Gray, Hodgeman, Lane, Meade, Ness, Pawnee, Rush, and Scott).


  • Moderate travel required


  • Provides support to all county Farm Bureaus located in assigned district.


  • Works with other staff to promote Kansas Farm Bureau.
  • Works with FBFS District Managers to promote KFB membership and resolve issues as they arise.
  • Serves as a local contact for KFB to elected officials, business, and community leaders
  • Works across division lines on projects and programs.
  • Communicates with all employees of the Kansas Farm Bureau. Operates as a team member of the staff. 

ADA Requirements

Requires ability to operate voice telephone, computer, and other office equipment. Requires in-state, out-of-state, and over-night travel. Must maintain a valid driver’s license with a favorable driving record. Other current office activity includes walking, standing, and sitting. Must be able to work outside of normal office hours. Requires the ability to load and unload materials. Regular attendance (as defined by the Employee Handbook) is a function of the job.

County Farm Bureau career opportunities

There are currently no open County Coordinator positions

Career opportunities with Farm Bureau Financial Services

Farm Bureau Financial Services is about more than insurance, more than products, more than the bricks and mortar that make up our buildings. FBFS is about you – your family, your home, your future. Today, our agents build relationships with people from all walks of life to help them protect what matters most and prepare for the future. FBFS is 1,600 employees and 4,000 field associates strong, and when your life twists and turns, you can depend on your local Farm Bureau agent to be there for you, providing the knowledge and experience to make insurance simple.

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If you are a Kansas farmer or rancher, KansasWorks may have solutions to suit your hiring needs. Interested? Locate the regional office nearest you, by selecting the “Contact Us” in the top right-hand corner of theKansasWorks website.  Kansas Farm Bureau has an opening for an Ag Communications/Journalism Intern. Our internship offers the opportunity to work with varied medias including video, radio, print and social media, as well as hone writing and design skills. Our interns gain real-world experience and create portfolio-building pieces while also connecting with state and national ag communication professionals. This Internship begins with the 2017 Spring semester and may continue into the 2017/2018 school year. (Would allow to work in Summer 2017, if available.)