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Nebraska Extension Cherry County Office Manager Position 

The Nebraska Extension Cherry County Office Manager provides support to Extension staff as they develop and deliver quality educational/informational programs. The Office Manager’s primary duties include A) serving as a receptionist for the office, B) overseeing the general daily operation of the office and maintaining financial records as required by Cherry County and the University of Nebraska, C) providing clerical support for Extension staff,  D) working under the supervision and direction of the Extension Educators.

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