CCSI is seeking a Program Manager and a Communications Manager!

Know someone who is uber-organized and passionate about soil health? How about someone with with excellent written, visual, and audio skills?

CCSI is looking for a pair of individuals to join our team! Use the link above to learn more!

Program Manager

The Program Manager will serve as collaborative liaison between Indiana Conservation Partnership (ICP) staff and the Conservation Cropping Systems Initiative (CCSI) to further the understanding and adoption of soil health systems in Indiana.  This individual will work with CCSI regional teams to identify and prioritize support needs, assist in development and on-site logistics of soil health outreach/education programs and projects, and coordinate on-farm sampling and collection of farmer-cooperator data related to the CCSI project.  See the full Program Manager Job Description for more details and application instructions.  Application is due by July 29, 2016.

Communications Manager

The Communications Manager will convey internal (Indiana Conservation Partnership) and external (public) messaging of the Conservation Cropping Systems Initiative (CCSI) to further the understanding and adoption of soil health systems in Indiana. This individual will work with CCSI staff to develop, implement, and maintain a communications plan relative to the strategic direction and positioning of the organization. The Communications Manager will also develop and deploy varied and integrated products and services including: print publications, web, e-news, social media, and other online communications; audio and visual publications; media and public relations; and marketing.  See the full Communications Manager Job Description for more details and application instructions. Application is due by July 29, 2016.

 

CCSI Director Hired

On June 9th, 2016, it was announced that Lisa Holscher was been hired as the new Director of the Conservation Cropping Systems INitative (more here).

The basics of Soil Health SYSTEMS include these four basic principles: Minimize Soil Disturbance, Maximize Soil Cover, Maximize Biodiversity, and Provide Continuous Living Roots

The basics of Soil Health SYSTEMS include these four basic principles: Minimize Soil Disturbance, Maximize Soil Cover, Maximize Biodiversity, and Provide Continuous Living Roots