We invite you to participate in the third National Goat Conference by submitting an abstract and presenting a poster. This conference is hosted by Tuskegee University and held in Montgomery, AL, September 16 – 18, 2018. To submit abstracts please go to https://www.ext.vsu.edu/ngc-2018-abstracts/ for the online submission form.
Essential Job Duties: This position will support the general Business Office work of CEFS. This position will be part of the Events Logistics Team and will participate in the logistics of all CEFS events (about 25 small to medium sized events per year and 3-4 being over 500 participants). This position will be part of the Administrative Working Group and will support the CEFS Business Manager in supporting all the business functions of CEFS and the 50+ CEFS employees.
The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC) is an alliance of over 120 grassroots organizations that advocates for federal policy reform to advance the sustainability of agriculture, food systems, natural resources, and rural communities. NSAC is currently seeking candidates for two Policy Specialist positions. These positions are located at NSAC’s DC office on Capitol Hill and are full-time exempt positions. Each one of five Policy Specialists at NSAC reports to NSAC’s Policy Director.
University of Florida/IFAS Extension and Sarasota County seek to fill a 12-month, permanent status-accruing Sustainable Agriculture Extension Agent position. Your educational responsibilities will emphasize strong leadership in both small and large-scale agriculture production with a focus on sustainable food systems and agricultural practices, Best Management Practices (irrigation/fertilization/integrated pest management/water quality, pasture management), labor (laws/relations/shortage/productivity), business management, and other related topics. You will also contribute to our 4-H Youth Development program in your area of expertise.. (Click on title for more details)
A quick reminder for anyone with undergraduate or graduate students (or if you are one of those) who might be writing essays about food and nutrition. The Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition has two awards that will bring you fame and fortune. The Christine Wilson Award (really, there are two – one for undergrads, the other for grads) will be presented to outstanding undergraduate and graduate student research papers that examine topics within the perspectives in nutrition, food studies and anthropology.
e Northwest Arkansas Land Trust is hiring a part-time, 30 hours/week Farmland Preservation Coordinator to create a 5-year plan for implementation of a new and comprehensive farmland preservation program. The plan will include business models for farmland preservation, farmer incubation and a farm-link program.
This six month position is grant-funded. Employment continuation and full-time status to be determined at the end of this planning period.
All applications must be received by July 15, 2018. Visit our website to learn more about the position and steps to apply!
The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is seeking a Sustainable Agriculture Specialist who can make an immediate contribution to our efforts to promote soil health, water conservation, and better grazing management in Texas, New Mexico, and the Southwest. NCAT is a private non-profit organization that promotes sustainable technologies and systems, especially for economically disadvantaged people. This is a great opportunity for a motivated, enthusiastic person to promote sustainable farming and ranching practices. This regular, full-time position will be based at NCAT’s Southwest Regional Office in San Antonio, Texas. For more details, click on title.
Location: Washington, DC
The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC) is an alliance of over 120 grassroots organizations that advocates for federal policy reform to advance the sustainability of agriculture, food systems, natural resources, and rural communities. NSAC is currently seeking candidates for three Policy Specialist positions. These positions are located at NSAC’s DC office on Capitol Hill and are full-time exempt positions. Each one of five Policy Specialists at NSAC reports to NSAC’s Policy Director. Click title for more details.
Essential Job Duties: This position will support the general Business Office work of CEFS. This position will be part of the Events Logistics Team and will participate in the logistics of all CEFS events (about 25 small to medium sized events per year and 3-4 being over 500 participants). This position will be part of the Administrative Working Group and will support the CEFS Business Manager in supporting all the business functions of CEFS and the 50+ CEFS employees. This position is critical in keeping all aspects of CEFS running smoothly.
Grow Dat Youth Farm’s mission is to nurture a diverse group of young leaders through the meaningful work of growing food. At Grow Dat, people from different backgrounds come together to create a more just and sustainable food system. On our farm in City Park we work collaboratively to grow food, educate and inspire youth and adults, and build power to create personal, social and environmental change.
Common Life Church & Farm
About: Common Life Church & Farm is a vibrant expression of Christian love and justice that celebrates the Creator and creation. We are a new church plant affiliated with the United Church of Christ (www.ucc.org). Our vision is to create and sustain three interlocking ministries:
Get your hands (and everything else) dirty while learning to grow really good food! A Way of Life Farm is accepting Apprenticeship applications for the 2018 season. A Way of Life Farm has the goal of fostering healthy people, healthy economy, and healthy ecology through food production. With a crew of two farmers, four apprentices, two children, and extended family, we grow Certified Organic vegetables, strawberries, blueberries, and pasture-raised pork for sale to farmers’ market, CSA, and restaurant customers. This commercial production is integral to a broader permaculture design and land revitalization, which includes the development of fruit and nut orchards (persimmon, pawpaw, muscadines, chestnuts, and apples).
Visit our website's "work opportunities" page for even more information and an application for the apprenticeship position! http://awayoflifefarm.com/A_Way_of_Life_Farm/Work_Opportunities.html
Farming really is a way of life and it is truly meaningful work! Apprentices take part in various aspects of the farm from vegetable seed to harvest, livestock chores, marketing, perennials, and infrastructure projects, but should expect to spend the vast majority of time growing vegetables. We aim to offer information and skills that will build your confidence toward managing a farm. As the season progresses, apprentices are given increased responsibilities and areas of focus around the farm. Apprentices work 40-50 hours/week. We respect your time and life away from the farm, trying our best to stick to a pre-arranged daily schedule. Position starts between mid-April and can continue through December and beyond, with a minimum 9-month commitment. If it's a good fit, we encourage apprentices to come back for another season with increased responsibilities and pay.
Compensation includes $700/month starting stipend, housing, food from the farm, and a priceless education!
"I had a truly transformative experience working with Jamie and Sara Jane at A Way of Life Farm...I genuinely feel like I couldn't have gone through this experience with better mentors. Jaime and Sara Jane are both incredibly knowledgeable and patient teachers...It is incredible to think back on my first days on the farm and the transformation that has occurred. I have learned so many of the technical skills and basic knowledge to help jump start my farming career, but even more importantly I have a greater sense of drive to achieve my goals after experiencing what life as an organic farmer is really like."
"My apprenticeship with A Way of Life prepared me to go from very little formal farming experience, to the job I have now: running a farm with a 180-member sliding-scale CSA... A Way of Life farmers, Sara Jane and Jamie Davis, dedicate themselves to educating their apprentices. I've never seen a farm achieve such a balance between maintaining financial stability while also continuing to deepen ecological practices. My apprenticeship gave me both the hard skills and the inspiration to farm in a way that is both idealistic and realistic."
Read more apprentice and customer references at https://organicgrowersschool.org/farm/a-way-of-life-farm/
This position of The Center for Environmental Farming Systems’ Sustainable Agriculture Internship Program Assistant (PA) is to assist in carrying out activities associated with the Internship Program from approximately June 11, 2018 – August 3, 2018. The PA will provide an important point of contact for the 10-14 course participants who will live in the dormitories at the University of Mount Olive.
It is essential that the PA possess a positive attitude, ability to work and communicate with a diverse population of people and is able to provide a safe environment for building community and cohesion among intern participants. It is required that PA live on-site with the interns and have a valid driver’s license in order to transport students among the related internship activities.
For more information about this position, or to apply online, visit the North Carolina State University employment website: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/96819
Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture Seeks CEO with strong business acumen to lead the nonprofit.
Founded in 2006, Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture (TLW) grows healthier more self-sufficient and economically sustainable communities by connecting people to the land through farming, education and outreach. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for proposing strategy and direction for the organization. The CEO will work with the board of directors and the executive leadership team to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies. The CEO will provide leadership and management to ensure that the mission of the organization is realized and core values are practiced.
1. Ensures programmatic excellence, through program evaluation, and consistent quality of finance, administration, fundraising, communications and farm operations systems.
2. Motivates and develops a high-performance team; attracts, recruits and retains successful leadership and core staff.
3. Supports development and fundraising to cultivate philanthropic, corporate and individual donors and secure financial support for the organization.
4. Spearheads the development, communication and implementation of effective growth strategies and processes that lead to fiscal stability.
5. Directs and collaborates with the leadership team to develop and implement plans for effective operational infrastructure of systems, processes and personnel that accommodates growth and response to industry and environmental changes.
6. Establishes credibility throughout the organization and with the board of directors as an effective developer of solutions to business challenges.
7. Fosters a success-oriented, accountable environment within the organization.
8. Represents the organization to investors, business partners and the community at large.
1. At least a Bachelor’s Degree is required with a minimum of 5 years of successful experience in senior management in nonprofit and/or for profit organizations.
2. Demonstrated critical competencies in the following categories: commitment to results, business savvy, leading change, motivating teams.
3. Experience in managing farming, urban agriculture, and/or food industry operations.
4. Experience in advocacy, community organizing and/or community education.
5. Proficiency in oral and written communications. A high level of skills is required to make formal, persuasive presentations to individuals and groups.
6. Track record of comfortability with diversity and respect of a wide range of faiths, beliefs and experiences.
7. Demonstrated ability to lead and work well with diverse groups, teams and individuals.
8. Entrepreneurial spirit and drive along with record of developing and sustaining successful partnership.
Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com by April 9, 2018.
This position is responsible for leading and coordinating all aspects of the cooking school at The Edible Schoolyard at GCM. The person will design and execute cooking classes for children and adults, manage the kitchen schedule, coordinate outside instructors for cooking classes, and participate in garden- based lessons. ESY includes a half-acre garden exhibit and cooking school working to connect children and families to their food, the earth, and each other.
Across the Creek Farm is a pasture based livestock farm located in Washington County, AR in the hills & hollers of the Boston Mtns. ATC Farm produces pasture raised chickens, duck, turkey, and eggs as well as pork from our farrow to finish pig herd. Our products are sold in Arkansas in an expanding variety of restaurants, grocery stores, & at the Fayetteville Farmers Market. All poultry is processed at the farm’s USDA inspected processing plant weekly.
• Experience in farming, construction, or other outdoor activities • A passion for livestock & ecological health & sustainable farming • Valid driver’s license and the ability to start work early & respond to severe weather • Capable of working in all weather environments • Interest in continued evolution of farm operations and growth • Able to lift 50 lbs regularly and work in rough terrain • Organized and able to multitask, a positive, go get ‘em attitude is a must!! • Experience with texting and Google Docs & have a bank account •Applicant must have a cell phone & be able to send/receive texts
The Farm Production Manager is a hands-on management position responsible for the following: • Management of the farm day to day operations & execute vision of Farm Owner (FO) with emphasis on activities on leaseland • Profitable production & rotation of all poultry & hogs on pasture (movement, feeding & watering, crating, etc) as laid out by farm SOPs • Management & further development of flock data using farm recording systems •Managing other farm employees involved in production • Self-driven to maintain farm equipment, livestock housing & infrastructure, & cleanliness •Ensuring the FO gets at least one day off/week •Stewardship of pasture & soil health & diversity, including mitigation of designated pests •Other duties as assigned
Please email with questions or to apply send a resume, cover letter and references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications that do not include these application items will not be reviewed.
The Food Initiative is a non-profit organization in Clarksville, TN who's mission is to grow healthy food, empower lives, and build community.
The Food Initiatve is seeking a Farm Manager for the 2018 growing season. Applicants for this position should have high energy for and interest in sustainable agriculture and youth development, as well as a commitment to teamwork. They should also have creative energy for making a difference in the world and a passion for the mission of The Food Initiative.
The Farm Manager will work on The Food Initiative farm, growing and distributing produce through their CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program, the Clarksville Downtown Farmer’s Market, and to local hunger relief organizations. Other food distribution outlets maybe discussed for the year.
The Director of Communications & Member Relations reports directly to the Executive Director and is responsible for developing and guiding the strategy for all communications, website, and public relations messages and collateral to consistently articulate the organization's vision and mission. The Director of Communications & Member Relations will ensure that the organization is viewed as the primary source, disseminator, and conduit of information within its diverse network and membership base -- including, but not limited to, black farmers and landowners, cooperatives and rural communities in the south. The Director of Communications & Member Relations will work closely with the Executive Staff and within the organization as the communications partner on a variety of strategic initiatives, including membership engagement, tracking and development.
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- Develop, implement, and evaluate the annual communications plan across the organization's network in collaboration with the Executive Team, staff and membership.
- Lead the generation of online content that engages the membership, partners and supporters and leads to measurable action. Decide who, where, and when to disseminate.
- Put communications vehicles in place to create momentum and awareness as well as to test the effectiveness of communications activities.
- Manage and/or coordinate webpage maintenance-ensure that new and consistent information (article links, stories, and events) is posted regularly.
- Track and measure the level of engagement within the membership and network over time
- Manage the development, distribution, and maintenance of all print and electronic collateral including, but not limited to, newsletters, brochures, annual reports, e-newsletters and the organization's website.
- Play a lead role in coordinating and organizing annual meetings that engage the membership, staff, partners, supporters and the public.
- Manage all media contacts.
- Develop and manage membership contacts, baseline information and a platform to constantly engage them (the membership).
- Lead and/or support development efforts and donor relations, including proposal writing.
The Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund is seeking an accomplished Director of Communications & Member Relations who has 5-10 years of communications experience, ideally in an "in-house" leadership role within a complex social justice nonprofit and/or membership based entity, and covering areas such as website content, newsletters, and member & donor communications. The ability to take knowledge and transform it into exciting and useful messages, and disseminate it to the right audiences through the best distribution channels is critical.
- Highly collaborative style; experience developing and implementing communications strategies
- Excellent writing/editing and verbal communication skills
- A strong track record as an implementer who thrives on managing a variety of key initiatives concurrently
- Relationship builder with the flexibility and finesse to "manage by influence"
- High energy, maturity, and leadership with the ability to serve as a unifying force and to position communications discussions at both the strategic and tactical levels
- Sincere commitment to work collaboratively with all constituent groups, including staff, board members, volunteers, donors, program participants, and other supporters
- Self-starter, able to work independently, and entrepreneurial; enjoys creating and implementing new initiatives
Allegheny Mountain Institute is seeking a Farm Manager to manage the farm central to AMI's Farm and Food Education Fellowship, an intensive, hands-on cooperative experiential learning and training program in beautiful Highland County, VA.
The AFM is a full-time, exempt position at their Highland County Campus. Work hours may fluctuate and are dependent on the time of year and organizational needs (preparation at the beginning of the season and end of season, for instance). Education of the broader community is a key component of Allegheny Mountain Institute, and a competitive applicant will have an interest in this area. All of their work is rooted in organic, regenerative agricultural practices, so the AFM should have a deep philosophical and operational agreement with such methods.
TO APPLY: Please complete and submit the form at www.alleghenymountaininstitute.org. Complete applications will include a cover letter, resume and at least three professional references. Please email info@alleghenymountainschool with any questions. No phone calls or mailed applications, please.
Organic Association of Kentucky (OAK) seeks a part-time Event Coordinator to manage Field Days and Annual Conference planning. The Event Coordinator reports to the Executive Director and works closely with OAK members, volunteers and partners to increase knowledge base and skills reach regarding sustainable agriculture. Job duties include:
· Serve as the point person on event development and logistics, providing support to staff and volunteers in carrying out educational programming.
· Coordinate farmers, stakeholders and experts to offer educational programming and promote these events to Kentucky farmers and consumers.
· Generate educational and event-driven communications to the media, OAK members, stakeholders and the public.
· Create engaging, smart and focused messaging to elevate the organization’s profile and reach through these programs.
· Contribute to monthly newsletters, social media, and participate in outreach.
More details @ http://bit.ly/2pHjQ9g
The Common Market Texas will launch in early 2018 from Houston, Texas and is seeking a Procurement Associate that will manage producer relationships and purchases of food products such as meat, eggs, dairy, seafood, fruit, vegetables and value-added goods. This is a position at a new location for the organization, meaning this position will play a key role in laying a strong foundation for a rapidly growing, results-driven social enterprise.
They are looking for an individual who is knowledgeable in supply chain management, connected to the agriculture industry in Texas, highly motivated, and passionate about sustainable food. This position demands an individual who is a systems thinker and possesses the professionalism to organize and negotiate terms with vendors. Success in this position requires an extremely organized individual who is able to work independently with a sense of urgency and great attention to detail.
Due to the challenges of starting a brand new location, this job requires someone that is extremely flexible and willing to participate in duties outside of their regular responsibilities detailed below. This new employee must possess excellent communication and problem-solving skills, and a passion for local, sustainable agriculture.
The McDowell Farm School is looking for seasonal instructors to join their education team beginning February 2018!
They are looking for an individuals who will bring their own strengths, creativity, and experience to their Farm School dynamic. They are looking for motivated individuals with a passion to teach, a desire to expand their education and agricultural skills, and share their love for the environment.
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 their food comes from and the environment around them. Farm School staff assist with vegetable production and animal care, teach established lesson plans, lead night programs, and aid in program development.
Please send your resume and a paragraph about your interest in this position to Director Kelsey Evans: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit website for more details: http://mcdowellfarmschool.com
Warren Wilson College seeks applicants for a full-time faculty position with joint appointment in the Departments of Biology and Environmental Studies. The successful applicant must be able to teach animal anatomy and/or physiology, introductory biology, and animal-related courses in their specialty that will support Warren Wilson College’s thriving Sustainable Agriculture program.
The Southern Sustainable Agriculture Working Group (Southern SAWG) is seeking a full time, self-motivated, highly organized and tech savvy Outreach and Development Director to shape the organization’s messaging and build a strong plan for long term funding development. Southern residence is required for the successful candidate.
The Southern Sustainable Agriculture Working Group has been one of the lead organizations working for the past 26 years to foster a more sustainable food and agriculture system throughout the Southern region—one that yields dignity and economic viability for farmers and farm workers and provides safe and secure food for all, produced in harmony with nature. Our annual conference is attended by more than 1,000 farmers and farmer advocates from across the country. Southern SAWG links more than 150 organizations and thousands of individuals throughout the 13 states of AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, OK, SC, TN, TX and VA. Southern SAWG is administratively centered in Fayetteville, Arkansas. However a majority of the staff and contractors operate out of their home offices in the region.
The Outreach and Development Director Position was developed to support SSAWG in the updating and streamlining of the marketing, communications, and outreach of the organization to increase the organization’s capacity for reaching it mission and connecting with supporters.
Outreach—Shape, manage and implement an effective outreach and communication campaign to educate our constituencies about Southern SAWG’s mission, goals and programs and to cultivate support for this work.
- Develop and implement cost-effective and engaging marketing and outreach strategies to communicate to our constituencies through printed and electronic media.
- Further develop brand and our social media presence posting and “personality” and post strategically to our channels using Southern SAWG’s social media best practices; working with staff to unify and coordinate social media and messaging efforts.
- Develop and implement an effective marketing campaign for the annual Southern SAWG conference with support from Conference Communications Coordinator.
- Create, write, edit and produce press releases, publications, videos, exhibits and printed materials including an annual report and the Southern SAWG’s e-newsletter.
- Update and maintain the organization’s website.
- Manage an editorial calendar to schedule & organize timely and relevant communication.
- Monitor and analyze communications activities and make adjustments as necessary.
- Spearhead re-branding efforts and the creation of a branding guide for the organization in support of the strategic planning process.
Funding Development—Shape, manage and drive the implementation of a successful fundraising strategy to support organizational and project development needs including:
- In coordination with Southern SAWG’s Funding Development Committee, develop and manage an annual Funding plan for the organization that includes outreach to individuals, foundations, federal agencies, and corporations.
- Manage the sponsorship for the Annual Conference including the sponsorship packet, sponsor solicitation, and managing sponsor benefits.
- In coordination with Southern SAWG program staff, write and/or assist with grant proposals to organizations identified in annual funding plan.
- Direct the production of annual fundraising events and appeals.
- Establish recognition, acknowledgements and incentives for donors and volunteers.
- In coordination with the Southern SAWG Executive Assistant, utilize Salesforce workflow management system to plan, implement and evaluate specific funding development programs and campaigns
- Demonstrated ability to effectively use communications technology and social media
- Demonstrated fundraising and/or sponsorship skills and history
- Excellent written and verbal communication and storytelling skills
- Strong editing and proofreading skills
- Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects and tasks
- An eye for good graphic design; experience working with graphic designers
- Excellent computer skills in Word and Excel
- Ability to work as part of a virtual team out of your personally equipped home office
- Ability to attend annual Southern SAWG conference held in mid-to-late January
- Interest and/or experience in sustainable agriculture; knowledge of farming issues
- 2-3 years’ experience and a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, preferably with a communications focus
- Desktop publishing experience. Adobe Creative Suite; Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere
- Experience working in Constant Contact and Squarespace
- Experience with Salesforce database
- Video and podcast experience a plus
- Some knowledge of html a plus
$40-45,000 base salary plus paid holidays, vacation, sick and parental leave with annual performance bonus.
Please submit cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Candidates selected for interview will be requested to provide references and a portfolio of writing samples and marketing campaigns. Application deadline is December 1, 2017. We look to fill the position by early January of 2018.
The International Rescue Committee in Dallas’ New Roots program is hiring a Urban Farm and Training Specialist. International Rescue Committee is a leading, non-sectarian, non-profit organization providing emergency relief, protection, rehabilitation assistance, resettlement services, and advocacy for refugees and victims of oppression or violent conflict. The Urban Farm and Training Specialist will focus their efforts with urban farm development and farmer training aligned with New Root’s USDA Community Food Projects grant.
Interested candidates must apply online. https://rescue.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=1&id=524
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.
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/.
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.
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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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.
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