OSU Agricultural Careers
Who we are
In addition to health and retirement benefits, OSU offers eligible employees voluntary benefits, wellness benefits, leave options, an extensive employee assistance program, and so much more.
OSU's Talent Development & Recruitment department provides opportunities for you to grow both professionally and personally through a variety of instructor-led and online learning opportunities.
OSU offers a comprehensive health plan with BlueCross and BlueShield (BCBS) to eligible employees and their families.
Full-time faculty and staff who enroll in standard OSU credit courses may receive a waiver of half the tuition on courses and a waiver of specified fees. Dependent children of OSU employees are eligible to receive a 100% undergraduate student resident tuition waiver for OSU-Stillwater and OSU-Tulsa courses.
Current OSU Agriculture Job PostingsBelow are some of our most recent job postings.
Farm/Ranch Hand IThis position's general duties include assisting with the overall care and maintenance of research projects and facilities associated with the OPREC located in Goodwell. The candidate will work closely with the Station Superintendent, other station staff and researchers to provide technical support to research projects, including common farming activities, specific research support activities, maintenance, repair and construction of equipment and more.
Nutrition Education Assistant
This position provides research-based, hands-on learning experiences for families and youth at no cost. The position is shared between Coal and Atoka counties. It is responsible for recruiting and teaching individuals and/or groups of low-income adults and/or youth eligible to receive SNAP benefits. It provides community outreach to agencies and organizations in targeted areas to motivate participants to develop healthier eating habits for their families.
Extension Educator, Urban Agriculture/ 4-H Youth Development
This position will collaborate with local, county and state agencies, partner organizations, businesses and schools to analyze needs; develop, implement and oversee vibrant and sustainable research based on educational programs; and provide resources and expertise to the local community. This position builds partnerships and strengthens links with county and regional agencies, agricultural organizations, decision makers, homeowners and residents interested in the science of urban agriculture.