NILE Begins Search For New General Manager
January 18, 2021
The Northern International Livestock Exposition (NILE) is in the process of searching for a new General Manager. 2021 brings many changes to the NILE organization. The return of the 54th year of Stock Show & Rodeo in October, the 2nd NILE Foundation Rope & Stroke will be presented in early summer and we all look forward to the return of the PBR in May. The biggest change will take place as current General Manager, Jennifer Boka turns over the reins to a new leader in the fall.
Jennifer joined the NILE in August of 2013 and will continue leading the team until November of this year. Residing in Dillon, MT with her husband Josh and young son, Jennifer has decided to redirect her career focus to Real Estate and thus allow for more time closer to home. "For the next year, I will remain focused on the day to day operations of the Northern International Livestock Exposition keeping the mission of the organization front and center. During that time, I will be working to build a Ranch Real Estate book. The end goal, focusing on my family while keep myself solidly in the agricultural industry!!' says Boka.
As the NILE Board searches for the ideal candidate to lead the NILE into the future, the next 11 months will be business as usual. The application period for the General Manager position will be open until February 1st followed by the interview process and subsequent selection. The collective goal of the NILE leadership is to provide a seamless transition for the organization as a whole through the Summer and Fall, as the 2 leaders work together.
If interested in applying for the General Manager position, go to: www.thenile.org/about/jobs/ for more information. The responsibilities of this position will be to oversee the general business and management activities of the NILE organization including the events of NILE Stock Show and Rodeo, Professional Bull Riders event, Montana Agri-Trade Exposition, and various other NILE events.
Written applications may be submitted to:
Attn: Job Applications
PO Box 1981
Billings, MT 59103-1981
Application should include Resume, References, and a typed summary of experience relating to the job requirements.
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