Jobs

Welcome to the Jobs page. To find out more about a particular listing, just click on the Job title. Please feel free to submit your items for posting consideration to info@ssawg.org.

Sep
6
to Dec 31

Internships at Free Union Grass Farm [VA]

Free Union Grass Farm is a pastured, rotational livestock operation raising beef, chicken, pork, duck, and eggs on approximately 300 acres just outside Charlottesville, VA. They've been farming steady since 2010 and are growing every year. They are not a hobby farm or a project; they are a for-profit operation making a living providing consciously raised food to our community. They do all of our own poultry processing by hand on the farm, garden for pleasure, not for production, and frequently host overnight farm visitors by renting their house through AirBnB. They are a 30-ish married couple who like to work hard and play hard, with many years of farming experience between them. One was a Polyface intern in 2009. Many farm practices are modeled after Polyface's, with their own modifications and improvements. They direct-market everything they raise at two weekly farmer's markets and to restaurants, grocery and gourmet foods stores, catering companies, and small inns.

https://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/internships/farmdetails.php?FarmName=&City=&State=VA&Keyword=&allDate=0&page=1&FarmID=3880

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Sep
26
to Nov 17

Department Chair, Agricultural Sciences [TX]

Austin Community College (Texas) is in the process of creating a new credit Agricultural Sciences Department that will be housed at the Elgin campus. This program will work alongside Continuing Education, Sustainable Agriculture program. The job posting is listed below: https://eapps.austincc.edu/ehire/posting/online_version.php?job_num=1709016

The CE program is a beginning farmer training program with a campus farm (15 acres of veggie fields, small young orchard and pasture) and brand new support facilities being built now. Elgin is located 25 minutes from central Austin. The classes currently offered can be found here: http://continue.austincc.edu/agriculture

The new Ag credit program will include a Sustainable Agriculture A.A.S degree.

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Farm Food Collaborative Co-Manager [AL]
Oct
5
to Oct 20

Farm Food Collaborative Co-Manager [AL]

The Farm Food Collaborative is the first local food hub in Alabama and the state Farm to School partner. The FFC co-manager will help achieve their mission to create solutions to end hunger tomorrow by:

(a) maintaining positive, long-term relationships among the Collaborative’s membership and (b) coordinating sales, invoices and orders between local farmers and local buyers.

See https://www.foodbanknorthal.org/jobs-2/ for position description and application instructions. Due October 20, 2017.

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Sep
26
4:00pm 4:00pm

Executive Director National Family Farm Coalition [DC]

The National Family Farm Coalition (NFFC) seeks a dynamic leader to engage its diverse and dedicated membership to influence national farm and fisheries policy, magnify its fundraising capacity, and expand relationships with allies, potential allies and legislators while serving as a public face of the coalition.

NFFC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit coalition of 25 organizations working to ensure fair prices for family farmers, local jobs for resilient communities, and fresh food for everyone, and is currently composed of 2 full-time and 1 part-time staff supported by an active member-based executive board. Staff and members are based around the US, with headquarters in Washington, DC.

For more information, please visit http://nffc.net/.

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Sep
21
to Sep 29

Farm Operations Manager [NC]

Farm Operations Manager: Small Farm Unit

 

This position of Farm Operations Manager is to work under the direction of the Small Farm Unit (SFU) unit manager and the Co-Director of CEFS at NC State to plan and manage the implementation of production, research, and field demonstrations at the Small Farm Unit of CEFS. The Farm Operations Manager provides field management, coordination, and support on-site at the SFU. Coordination includes maintaining adequate communication between NCDA&CS farm staff, apprentices, interns, graduate students,  and faculty with regards tofield operations as requested by the SFU Unit manager. Support includes planning and preparing fields, equipment, and facilities for successful research, outreach, extension and education as required. It also means preparing the farm over the entire year in terms of planned growing of crops, cover crops, integration of animals (none currently at this time, but perhaps a future endeavor, bed and field preparation, maintenance of the SFU as an attractive educational and research center. 

For more information about this position, or to apply online, visit the North Carolina State University employment website: http://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/90560

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Sep
13
to Sep 30

Grow Dat Youth Farm seeks an Executive Director [LA]

Grow Dat Youth Farm seeks an Executive Director with a demonstrated commitment to social justice and experience growing nonprofit organizations. Next Executive Director will have experience building relationships across difference, and will align closely with Grow Dat’s organizational values of youth leadership, sustainability, inclusion and multiculturalism, food justice, love of land, and solidarity. Significant experience with youth leadership programming, fundraising, and senior nonprofit management is essential.

For more information regarding this position, including responsibilities and qualifications, please visit growdatyouthfarm.org/executive-search and view the Candidate Profile. Interested applicants should submit their letter of interest and resume via email at search@growdatyouthfarm.org.

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Sep
6
to Sep 30

Instructors for McDowell Farm School [AL]

Instructors teach and explore with the students in order to foster a sense of community, as well as create an appreciation and understanding of where food comes from and the environment. Farm School staff assist with vegetable production and animal care, teach established lesson plans, lead night programs, and aid in program development. Click title to learn more.

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Sep
6
to Sep 20

Southeast Healthy Food in Health Care Coordinator [NC]

Health Care Without Harm is seeking an experienced and committed individual to join the HFHC team to build out and lead the work in the Southeast region (defined as KY, NC, SC and GA) focused on health care regional facility engagement, procurement, and education activities by working with key institutional leaders (administration, clinicians, community relations/ benefits, and food service management) and relevant community and public health partners. The new Southeast Program will organize and engage a group of diverse healthcare institutions and allied organizations in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area, and other hubs in North Carolina such as Charlotte and Asheville. The Coordinator will also provide virtual support to hospitals and hospital cohorts in KY, SC, and GA based on opportunity, available resources and capacity. In addition to coordination of the regional program, the organizer will work as part of the National HFHC Team on a set of projects that connect the regional work with the national program and network.

Please visit the website for the full job posting and instructions for how to apply: https://noharm-uscanada.org/content/us-canada/jobs

 

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Aug
29
to Sep 29

AMI Urban Farm Intern [VA]

Reporting to the AMI Urban Farm Manager, the Urban Farm Intern will assist with the operation of a 3-acre farm site located in Staunton, VA. Duties include assisting with with vegetable production, and maintaining educational gardens and native wildlife habitat plantings. In addition, the Urban Farm intern will work closely with the horticulture teaching staff at Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind (VSDB) to carry out garden-based education curriculum. 

TO APPLY: Please send a single compiled .pdf file including a cover letter and resume to david@alleghenymountainschool.org. No phone calls or mailed applications, please. Visit www.alleghenymountaininstitute.org to for more information. 

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Aug
29
to Sep 5

State Food Systems Specialist [FL]

The Florida Farm to School and Community Program within the Family Nutrition Program envisions a state in which Farm to School and Community is an essential component of robust food systems and the quality and impact of its programs contribute substantially to the quality of life for school children, farmers, and their communities. This position will provide statewide leadership, education, and technical support in support of the program’s goals and objectives.

This position will supervise, train, and support regional Farm to School Specialists in their efforts to support capacity building among school food authorities, farmers, and communities to increase the availability of specialty crops in the school lunch program and to increase the number of farmers selling to local farmers markets using appropriate procurement processes while meeting state and federal food safety standards. 

APPLY HERE

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Aug
29
to Sep 15

Communications Coordinator [NC]

The Communications Coordinator is a full-time position with the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association (CFSA).  The Coordinator develops and implements CFSA’s Communications and Marketing strategies to increase our visibility, advance our mission, and grow our membership base and support. The Communications Coordinator will be based out of the Pittsboro office.

To apply, submit a resume, list of professional references and a cover letter explaining why you want to work with CFSA to: apply@carolinafarmstewardship.org with “Communications Coordinator” in the subject line by September 15, 2017.  You will receive an electronic confirmation of your email submission.  Please, no phone calls. 

For more details please visit: https://www.carolinafarmstewards.org/jobs/

The Carolina Farm Stewardship Association (CFSA) is a member based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that helps people grow and eat local, organic food by advocating for fair farm and food policies, building the systems that organic family farms need to thrive, and educating communities about local, organic farming. Our vision is a vibrant, sustainable food system that is good for consumers, good for farmers and farmworkers, and good for the land. 

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Aug
29
to Sep 29

Grassroots Fellow (NSAC) [DC]

Interested in learning what it takes to fix federal food and farm policy? Want to help build national grassroots campaigns around issues like farm to school, local food, beginning farmers, and more? NSAC is currently seeking a Grassroots Fellow for 2017-2018, beginning in September/October 2017 and ending in June 2018. Click here for position details and application instructions.

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Aug
22
to Aug 28

Market Manager [GA]

Market Manager at Truly Living Well

  • Location Atlanta, GA
  • Category Agriculture / Nonprofit
  • Job Type Full-Time

Company Description

At Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture, they grow food, they grow people, they grow community. They work to connect people to the land through education, outreach and farming. They're looking for an entrepreneurial spirit to join urban farm family.

Job Description

The Market Manager is responsible for generating sales from TLW's natural and organically grown produce and products. Sales revenue is an important source of earned income for this nonprofit. Market Manager is responsible setup, management, organization and financial accountability of weekly markets, event markets, CSA program and other retail or wholesale distribution.

Compensation this position is PAID: hourly, $15/hr or more 

How to apply: Please click here to sign in and view application details.

If you are not registered, you'll be prompted to do so. Don't worry, it's free! 

Deadline: August 28, 2017

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Eastern Kentucky Farm to Table Coordinator
Aug
22
to Sep 1

Eastern Kentucky Farm to Table Coordinator

Community Farm Alliance’s Eastern Kentucky Farm to Table Coordinator will participate as a key member of CFA’s staff team and is responsible for coordinating and implementing CFA’s Eastern Kentucky market development workplan that builds regional and community food systems, with a special focus on Farm to Institution. The EKY F2TC will work directly with farmers, with participating markets in CFA’s Farmer’s Market Support Program, public schools, other institutions, private enterprises, and organizations to build a local food supply chain network for institutional markets. More information at http://bit.ly/2vGjMI8

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Aug
4
to Sep 30

Executive Director for Carteret Local Food Network [SC]

Carteret Local Food Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to strengthen the connection between local food providers and local food consumers.

The Executive Director is the key management leader of Carteret Local Food Network (CLFN). The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors. Click title to learn more.

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Aug
1
to Aug 15

Farm to Table Program Associate [KY]

The Louisville Farm to Table program, part of Louisville Metro government, is seeking a full time associate to be a resource for farmers working one-on-one with them to help increase their individual capacity to earn income growing food and by developing markets. In addition, the associate will serve as assistant to LFtT coordinator. Louisville Farm to Table works to increase the amount of Kentucky-grown food purchased by consumers through all means possible. The associate will work on a more individual basis connecting farmers with resources they need to make money in both direct and wholesale sales. The position pays $20/hr and does not include benefits.

For a full job description go to: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1b4XvJwepGupWQvpseJvlegWQEPDDggyGnlrqfyCC37M

Submit a cover letter and resume to Sarah Fritschner, sfritschner@gmail.com

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Jun
21
to Jul 10

WWOOF-USA Ambassador Position [Southeast US]

Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms, USA (WWOOF-USA®) is hiring WWOOF Ambassadors as part of a special project.  A WWOOF-USA Ambassador is an individual who has a passion for sustainable agriculture and organic farming, a well-rounded knowledge of the worldwide WWOOF movement, and practical experience with WWOOF in the USA or abroad. The Ambassador will work as an independent consultant within her/his respective region to help further our mission of linking visitors with organic farmers, promoting an educational exchange, and building a global community conscious of ecological farming practices. Click title of post to learn more.

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Jun
14
to Jun 28

Farm and Consumer Outreach Specialist [NC]

  • Polk County, North Carolina (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Have a passion for sustainable agriculture and environmental conservation?

Consider serving in AmeriCorps Project Conserve with NC Polk County's Office of Agricultural Economic Development!

Farm and Consumer Outreach Specialist Job Summary:
 
Work with Farmers and Agricultural producers to enhance and promote sustainable farming practices, develop consumer awareness strategies and engage the community to support a strong agricultural land use model for future generations. Member will oversee a monthly Friends of Agriculture Breakfast, assist with annual Farm Tour and other community education events as scheduled throughout the year. Member will also plan and coordinate educational workshops/trainings for producers as interest is gauged or new methods of sustainable practices are introduced. Conducting Farmer and Consumer surveys will also encompass a portion of the member’s responsibility.

About AmeriCorps Project Conserve:
 
AmeriCorps Project Conserve is a National Service program in which members come from across the nation to dedicate themselves to serving western North Carolina for an 11 month service term.  Members are selected based on skill, education, experience, passion and commitment to service.  Project Conserve was founded in September of 2004 as an initiative of Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy (CMLC) to respond to the growing conservation needs in western North Carolina.  The program focuses on collaboration with nonprofit organizations, community groups and local governments to provide service throughout the region.

AmeriCorps Project Conserve is administered by Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy and funded by the Corporation for National and Community Service, the North Carolina Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service in the office of Governor Roy Cooper, and the critical support of host sites and community partners.
 
To Apply: 

Visit www.americorpsprojectconserve.org for application form / instructions. Application deadline is June 28, 2017.

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Jun
14
to Jul 14

Law Fellowship [AR]

The LL.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law has a few places remaining in its 2017-2018 class, with the opportunity for paid graduate assistantships.  Attorneys can earn an LL.M. degree in Agricultural & Food Law in two 14 week sessions, Fall 2017 and Spring 2018. The GA award covers all tuition plus pays a stipend of $5,000 per semester.  Fayetteville, Arkansas, a progressive college town is located in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains and is consistently listed as one of the best cities in the country to live.

For more information, visit this blog at http://www.agfoodllm.com/2017/05/join-llm-class-fall-2017.html

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Executive Director [KY]
Jun
14
to Jul 14

Executive Director [KY]

The Organic Association of Kentucky is a young 501c3 that is looking for an executive director who will help the organization achieve its mission of helping organic farmers be more successful while helping consumers learn more about and access more organic food.

Broad goals include:

  • Increasing OAK’s visibility
  • Raising funds and securing relationships that will increase OAK’s future fiscal stability and productivit
  • Evaluating and improving OAK’s operational systems to improve its effectiveness as a member organization

More information can be found at http://bit.ly/2rTZkCw

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Organizer-Coordinator for Coalition of Immokalee Workers [FL]
Jun
14
to Jul 14

Organizer-Coordinator for Coalition of Immokalee Workers [FL]

The Alliance for Fair Food (AFF) seeks an experienced organizer to co-coordinate the involvement of people of faith in the Coalition of Immokalee Workers’ (CIW) Campaign for Fair Food. Ideal candidates are highly responsible, work well in teams as part of a fast-paced environment, and possess excellent written and verbal skills.

The AFF works in direct partnership with the CIW, an internationally recognized farmworker-led organization, to transform longstanding human rights abuses in the agriculture industry by achieving agreements with major food retailers to implement the CIW’s uniquely successful Fair Food Program. Alongside students and youth, food justice and women’s rights advocates, worker and community groups, and consumers of conscience, people of faith from a number of traditions and denominations represent a central constituency in the vibrant multi-cultural and multi-generational network of the AFF.

Location: Immokalee, FL, with frequent travel

Application Deadline: Rolling

Compensation: A modest salary and health benefits; phone bill paid by organization

Please read the following application overview carefully. If you are considering applying, we encourage you to contact us to further discuss the position. You can reach us by calling Shelby at 239-675-9234 or via email at organize@allianceforfairfood.org.

 

Responsibilities

Alliance for Fair Food staff members work together as a collective. As such, we welcome applicants with a diversity of skills – from organizing with different constituencies, to bookkeeping and fundraising, to web and design skills – and will seek to integrate a new staff member into the team in such a way that suits both the needs of the Campaign for Fair Food and the skills and interests of the incoming staffer.

The position's responsibilities are outlined in the attached job announcement, but principal areas of work include:

  • Faith network co-coordination
  • Regional and national organizing and mobilizations
  • Education and outreach 
  • Direct support for the CIW & farmworker community
  • Staffing and orgnaizational development

 

How to Apply

If you are considering applying, please request an application form by emailing organize@allianceforfairfood.org or calling Shelby at 239-675-9234.

Submit the following materials to organize@allianceforfairfood.org:

  • A completed application form (must request)
  • A cover letter in Spanish addressed to the Coalition of Immokalee Workers staff, explaining your interest in working with the CIW on the Campaign for Fair Food, any
  • prior involvement with the Campaign, and what motivates you to work for justice
  • A cover letter in English addressed to the Alliance for Fair Food staff
  • A resume
  • A writing sample
  • One letter of recommendation
  • Two references with descriptions of their relationship to you and their phone number and email (one reference can be the writer of letter of recommendation)
  • If applicable, a digital portfolio or examples of past work

Given their commitment to developing a diverse leadership, they strongly encourage people of color, women, working-class, LGBTQ, gender non-conforming, and differently-abled people to apply.

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Jun
14
to Jun 28

Agricultural Outreach and Education Associate [NC]

  • Polk County, North Carolina (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Do you or someone you know have a passion for sustainable agriculture and environmental conservation?

Then consider serving in AmeriCorps Project Conserve with NC Polk County's Office of Agricultural Economic Development!

Agricultural Outreach and Education Associate Job Summary:
 
Maintain and enhance the Farmland Preservation program including education and outreach to qualifying new landowners, renewing expiring participants, and assist Agricultural Advisory Committee with updating Farmland Protection Plan. Present workshops and community outreach events that highlight sustainable management practices. Member will interact with farmers, citizens and consumers on a daily basis both in and out of the office. Assist with monthly Friends of Agriculture Breakfasts and Annual Farm Tour. Other community education opportunities as deemed appropriate. Flexibility is incorporated into the position allowing for the member to develop area specific projects that align with the mission of this office and AmeriCorps Project Conserve.
 
About AmeriCorps Project Conserve:
 
AmeriCorps Project Conserve is a National Service program in which members come from across the nation to dedicate themselves to serving western North Carolina for an 11 month service term.  Members are selected based on skill, education, experience, passion and commitment to service.  Project Conserve was founded in September of 2004 as an initiative of Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy (CMLC) to respond to the growing conservation needs in western North Carolina.  The program focuses on collaboration with nonprofit organizations, community groups and local governments to provide service throughout the region.

AmeriCorps Project Conserve is administered by Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy and funded by the Corporation for National and Community Service, the North Carolina Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service in the office of Governor Roy Cooper, and the critical support of host sites and community partners.
 
To Apply: 

Visit www.americorpsprojectconserve.org for application form / instructions. Application deadline is June 28, 2017.

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Jun
14
to Jul 14

Lead Vegetable Grower, Backup Livestock Worker [NC]

Fickle Creek Farm is looking for a couple exceptional folks to join their team NOW!

They are a diversified vegetable and livestock farm located on 235 acres just west of Durham and Chapel Hill North Carolina. They work hard to be good stewards of our land and to treat our animals humanely as we produce eggs, pork, beef, chicken, lamb, duck, turkey, and vegetables year-round.  They seek individuals who are hard-working, motivated, and dedicated to sustainable farming. Productivity, alertness, speed, and problem-solving skills are important for the work required.

1 to 2 year commitment. Position requires 2+ years experience growing.  $800 per monthwith a $100 per month completion bonus.  Potential increases based on experience and performance.

Responsibilities include providing primary support to farm foreman and day to day task related to vegetable production including greenhouse management, transplant production, soil fertility management, weeding management, harvest and post harvest management.  This position will include managing interns and sometimes wwoofers in daily vegetable tasks.  Benefits include on-farm housing, a share of farm vegetables and eggs, a $60 a month meat stipend, andone-on-one learning opportunities.

To apply please contact:  ficklecreek@gmail.com

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Jun
14
to Jul 14

Seasonal Farm Apprentice [NC]

Focus on vegetable production and all aspects of livestock chores including egg collection, cattle moves, lambing and calving, tagging, etc.  This live-on-the-farm, hands-on experience is for individuals who have some farm experience, but would like to gain additional skills on a diverse, sustainable farm.  Ability to work independently, as well as interact constructively with others is key.  Benefits include on-farm housing, a share of farm vegetables and eggs, a $60 a month meat stipend, and one-on-one learning opportunities. Click title to learn more.

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May
30
to Jun 15

Communications Specialist [NC]

Essential Job Duties:  Working closely with CEFS’ Communication Manager, the Communications Specialist will provide communication support, expertise, and specialized skills in the implementation of a strategic marketing and communications plan to solidify and strengthen CEFS’ brand. This strategy will broaden awareness of CEFS program and initiatives, increase the visibility of programs across key stakeholder audiences, successfully communicate our story and increase engagement among varied audiences.

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May
30
to Jun 15

Salesperson [KY]

HIRING FOR SALESPERSON POSITION

Earth Tools Inc, the leading supplier of walk-behind & handheld farming equipment in North America, is looking for a new member to add to their sales team, located north of Frankfort, KY.  Competitive pay scale, benefits, bonuses. We are a solar-powered, Earth-friendly small business dealing mainly with Organic growers across North America.  Contact: Earth Tools, 1525 Kays Branch Rd., Owenton, KY 40359 or earthtools@hotmail.com.

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May
30
to Jun 11

Culinary Arts Instructor [KY]

  • 109 East Broadway Louisville, KY, 40202 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Jefferson Community & Technical College is seeking a full-time Culinary Arts Instructor. This position will be responsible for full-time instruction in Culinary Arts both online and in the classroom, maintaining office hours for mentoring and coaching students, success and retention activities, and utilization of Blackboard for communication and feedback. This position will teach on multiple JCTC campuses.  

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May
30
to Jun 16

CFSA Development Coordinator [NC]

The Development Coordinator works in concert with other CFSA staff in engaging farmers, individuals, and allied organizations in CFSA’s programs; broadening and deepening CFSA’s membership and fundraising support; and implementing CFSA’s Fundraising and Communications Plans.  Responsibilities include travel to events to promote the work of CFSA, cultivating donors and members, and engaging activists in policy efforts. Communications work will include identifying and creating success stories and content for our publications. Development work will include donor and sponsor solicitation and stewardship, and supporting the production of our end-of-year campaign and annual impact report.

For more details and information about how to apply, please visit: https://www.carolinafarmstewards.org/jobs/ 

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May
30
to Jun 30

District Food Systems Coordinator [FL]

District Procurement Coordinators (DCs) will help to support capacity building among school food authorities, communities, and farmers in order to provide them with the education and technical support to increase the availability of specialty crops in the school lunch program and to increase the number of farmers selling to local farmers markets using appropriate procurement processes while meeting state and federal food safety standards. Other duties are to provide outreach and support for school food service and producers throughout the state of Florida to promote Farm to School in Title 1 Schools, to provide fresh fruits and vegetables to low-income communities, to help develop pilot programs, and/or to implement new relationships for the sale of local products. DCs will travel throughout the counties in their district and meet with school food authorities, farmers, distributors, Extension agents, and other stakeholders as relevant to increase procurement of local food. Farmers will be introduced to food safety requirements for schools and given information on relevant training opportunities, including selling to schools and accepting EBT.  DCs will also assist schools with implementing school gardens. Click post title to learn more.

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May
30
to Jun 30

Youth Farm Specialist [TX]

The Urban Roots Youth Farm Specialist (YFS) ensures the success of youth and community members engaged in Urban Roots’ unique ecosystem of multiple year- round youth leadership development programs and supports Urban Roots’ agricultural activities, using sustainable farming practices to maintain a productive community farm. Working closely with the Programs Director and the Farm Director, the YFS coordinates and leads young people (14-23) through UR innovative youth development techniques, integrating farm work, field trips to local soup kitchens, and farmers’ markets and provides critical agricultural support in crop management, harvesting, processing, irrigation, and farm and orchard maintenance work. This position will be the key liaison between the farm and program teams during youth programming on the Urban Roots farm, requiring a love for growing food and meaningful hard work and the ability to share and model this interest and passion to youth.

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May
9
to Jun 9

Farm Manager [TX]

The Farm Manager role is a truly dynamic position that will be fundamentally critical in the success and development of the farm. Working directly with the Chief Agricultural Officer, this position will help build and develop the farm from the ground up and will serve an integral role in planning and executing food production on-site. This individual will be involved in all aspects of the farm, including: planting and maintenance of sustainable and organic vegetable production; community engagement and education; teaching and mentoring veterans in the farmer training program; and establishing a farming model for long- term success.

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Apr
26
to May 15

Local Business Advocate [MD]

The Sweet Leenie marketing team helps local food businesses connect with their communities. They provide professional grassroots support to entrepreneurs who need people that put as much thought, care, and devotion into connecting with customers as they put into their businesses.

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Apr
26
to May 26

Contract Food Safety Auditor [NC]

SCS Global Services is seeking multiple Contract Auditors to perform inspections for their expanding Food Safety Program. Applicants must have experience in food safety auditing, agriculture production, and/or fresh produce facilities (handling, packing, cold storage, processing). Ideally, auditors will have previous experience with GFSI level food safety schemes, but other food safety auditing experience will be considered. The primary work will be certifying to the GLOBALG.A.P. and/or PrimusGFS standards. Applicants must be both currently residing in and able to legally work within the U.S.

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