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Texas A&M Agrilife Research
Program Coordinator I

College Station, Texas 


The Program Coordinator I, under general supervision, coordinates the planning, development and implementation of assigned program.


  • Review data entered for feed and fertilizer samples collected by field staff for thoroughness and accuracy, revise if needed, and authorize analytical assignments per the annual plan of work and sample analysis schedule.
  • Maintain and manage the files for field operations special project and inspection reports, i.e. grain elevator surveys, post-inspection reports, GMP inspections, PC inspections and ammonium nitrate inspections.
  • Coordinate procedures for the request for individual sample portions and/or independent analysis of violative samples between the industry and independent labs.
  • Develop knowledge of the Texas Commercial Feed and Fertilizer Control Acts, Texas Commercial Feed and Fertilizer Rules, and the Office of the Texas State Chemist policies and procedures.
  • Develop knowledge of training requirements and duties for OTSC Inspector and Investigator.
  • Attend and participate in bi-annual field staff meetings and administrative meetings as needed.
  • Issue, reissue, or withdraw stop-sale orders and stop-sale notices as needed.
  • Issue, refuse, cancel or update license and permit applications and product registration applications as needed.
  • Forward technical questions received by phone or email to the appropriate staff person as needed.
  • Assist with annual billing processing as needed.
  • Other essential duties as needed.

Required Education & Experience:

Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science or equivalent combination of education and experience plus an additional two (2) years of related experience

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent computer software skills.
  • Ability to pass an FDA background check and obtain commissioning from FDA.
  • Ability to multitask and work cooperatively with others.

Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

  • Ability to lift & carry 100lbs without assistance
  • Ability to climb onto rail cars and trucks, and withstand work at heights
  • Ability to travel overnight approximately 50% of time and occasional long hours depending on seasonal movement of feed and fertilizer, emergency response, and training.
  • Ability to create and maintain a safe and secure working environment, attend any necessary training, and implement best practices in order to mitigate injury, illness, and loss.
  • Ability to work around fertilizers and other hazardous materials, work in extremely dusty and noisy conditions, may be exposed to heavy agricultural equipment and machinery, and may be subjected to insect bites and stings; -Work conditions may require protective clothing and breathing apparatus;
  • Ability to manage and mediate confrontational situations associated with inspections, sampling, and regulatory and enforcement measures

All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the institution’s verification of credentials and/or other information required by the institution’s procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.


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