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Posted: April 8, 2021 | Location: Moorpark, California

Apricot Lane Farms is a 214-acre Organic, Biodynamic, Regenerative Organic and Humane Certified farm. We are looking for an experienced and professional Office Coordinator. The Office Coordinator will be responsible for the farm’s administrative needs described below. The Office Coordinator will be an integral part in ensuring that our office operations run smoothly and are successful in supporting other business activities.Job Responsibilities• Administrative Tasks• Data entry• Purchasing of office and farm supplies• Support yearly agriculture report filings• Responsible for yearly Ag certifications including but not limited to:ROC, CCOF, Demeter, QCS, Certified Humane, Ventura County Ag, Commission and CalAg permits.• IT Support for other employees – must be able to set up equipment and subscription-based software• Other tasks as requestedRequirements & Qualifications• Excellent organizational and communication skills - both written and verbal• Ability to carry out administrative duties with accuracy and speed• Ability to work well independently, as well as part of a team• Service-minded, can-do attitude, is a must• Ability to think creatively and independently solve problems• Strong data entry skills• Confident using Apple and PC products• Tech savvy• Proficiency in Microsoft Office 365, G Suite, Adobe Premier Pro and Slack• Ability to lift at least 35 lbs.• Must be able to occasionally work evenings or weekends should the need arise• Must have a valid CA driver’s license with clean driving record• Must be able to pass a background check• Bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required• Bilingual (English/ Spanish) preferred but not required• An interest in nature, the environment or regenerative farming is a plus.Compensation & BenefitsExcellent Health Benefits (Medical, Vision, Dental), 401K, Flexible Spending Account, Paid Sick Leave, Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation and Employee Discounts 

Posted: April 7, 2021 | Location: Aptos, California

Status: Full Time, ExemptReports To: Director of LendingSupervisory: No direct reportsPrimary Office: Aptos or RemoteSalary: $60,000 - $75,000, commensurate with experienceJOB SUMMARY:Join California FarmLink’s lending team to support the prosperity of California farmers and ranchers, ensure equitable access to economic opportunity, and support environmental stewardship and vibrant local food systems. This position plays a key role in supporting FarmLink’s agricultural lending and development services as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), providing underserved farmers and ranchers with access to capital and technical assistance. The Senior Associate position is housed in lending, but will require extensive cross-department collaboration to be successful in these key areas: develop new loan products, conduct research and analysis in areas of potential growth, lead special projects, conduct loan underwriting, review loan files for compliance with covenants and ensure collateral perfection, develop and manage investor relationships, assess impact of programs and products, and prepare portfolio and program reports for diverse stakeholders.Please see attached for full description. 

Posted: April 6, 2021 | Location: San Luis Obispo, California

The Center for Organic Production and Research represents a unique partnership between Cal Poly and private industry designed to expand Cal Poly’s emphasis on applied research in organic production and soil health by providing a unique, collaborative platform for academia, industry and government from across California and beyond to join forces in advancing the organic agriculture industry.The Director of the Center for Organic Production and Research is critical to the development and leadership of this new interdisciplinary, public-private partnership established between Cal Poly and Grimmway Farms. The new Center for Organic Production and Research will serve as a hub for students to work with experts from across the industry to develop solutions to the most pressing issues related to organic agriculture. The Director and Center will focus on (1) applied research to solve major issues in organic agricultural production, particularly regarding soil health and plant nutrition, weed management and pest management; (2) collaborative and transdisciplinary research to enhance the sustainability and competitiveness of organic agriculture in California; and (3) enriching the talent pipeline for experiential, applied internships between Cal Poly students and Grimmway Farms.More information and posting:https://www.calpolycorporationjobs.org/postings/1560 

Posted: April 5, 2021 | Location: Santa Cruz, California

Overview of the Homeless Garden ProjectThe Homeless Garden Project (HGP) is a nonprofit organization, founded in 1990 and based in Santa Cruz, California, that provides job training, transitional employment and support services to individuals experiencing homelessness, with the goal of securing stable housing and employment for program participants. In recent years, HGP graduates have demonstrated a 90% success rate on average.HGP is currently going through an exciting period of growth, preparing to move our farm from its temporary 3.5-acre site to a larger permanent site on City of Santa Cruz Pogonip park land. The transition to Pogonip Farm will triple the organization’s capacity to transform lives and build community connections through a public-private partnership.The Value-Added Social Enterprise employs and trains individuals experiencing homelessness to make a variety of products (bath & body, food & beverage, candles, and wreaths) with organic herbs, flowers, vegetables, and fruits grown on our farm. HGP products are sold through numerous sales channels including two brick-and-mortar stores, an online store (shop.homelessgardenproject.org), and through wholesale partners.PositionWe seek an experienced, passionate, creative, and driven person skilled in retail, production, and business management with a commitment to growing the enterprise, as well as to ending homelessness. Under the general supervision of the Director of Operations, the Value-Added Enterprise Manager oversees all aspects of the business including retail, production, marketing, sales, business planning & analysis, and job training. This position is a key leader in managing HGP’s enterprises and driving the organization’s growth.ResponsibilitiesRetail Management• Manage all aspects of operating brick-and-mortar retail locations, including merchandising (HGP and third party products), store displays, purchasing, seasonal rotation, inventory management, and staffing.• Manage wholesale relationships, ensuring that orders are fulfilled in a timely fashion.• Manage online store, ensuring that orders are fulfilled in a timely fashion and the website remains attractive and up-to-date.• Analyze sales data to develop demand forecasts, conduct labor planning, guide third party merchandising strategy, and set pricing.• Oversee enterprise technology platforms including online store & in-store POS systems.• Manage occasional special events held at HGP stores (post-COVID).Marketing• Develop marketing, promotion, and outreach strategies for brick-and-mortar, online, and wholesale channels including email marketing, social media, and paid ad campaigns.• Evaluate opportunities to bolster HGP’s online presence, expanding its reach beyond the Santa Cruz area.• Evaluate opportunities to expand HGP’s wholesale relationships within and beyond the Santa Cruz area.Production Management● Oversee production of all HGP products, ensuring proper quality control.● Manage a well-organized workshop space for all HGP production activities.● Evaluate historical data to set production targets, and monitor progress towards goals.● Provide job training to program participants in a workshop environment, serving as a support system and positive role model.● Lead the development of new and seasonal products, evaluating opportunities to expand HGP’s product line – including analysis of historical sales data, market trends, sourcing, farm availability, COGS, pricing, packaging, and branding.● Ensure that all raw materials required for production are well-stocked.● Lead all product branding and packaging.Personnel Management• Supervise a team of three part-time staff – 1 Workshop Assistant & 2 Retail Assistants.• In partnership with the Training & Education Supervisor, supervise the program participant crew during workshop production hours.Qualifications, Skills and Experience• At least three years of experience in one or more of the following areas: social enterprise, retail management, light manufacturing/production, entrepreneurship, marketing, e-commerce, or business management.• An entrepreneurial changemaker with a commitment to pursuing and executing an ambitious enterprise growth strategy.• A thoughtful, solutions-oriented problem solver.• Proven ability to be flexible, adaptable, and resourceful in a fast-paced environment.• Demonstrated success in developing new partnerships and relationships.• Demonstrated ability to successfully work independently & collaboratively with a team.• A proven leader who inspires others to do their best, meets deadlines, and manages complex responsibilities without losing their sense of humor.• Excellent communication, interpersonal, and relationship-building skills with diverse audiences through in-person, in writing, by phone, and via social media channels.• Enthusiastic and positive attitude toward helping others.• Strong computing skills in Microsoft Excel, Google Suite, and cloud-based applications.• Demonstrated experience in effectively delegating work.• Excellent organization and administration skills.The ideal candidate will also have the following preferred qualifications:• Experience running and growing a small business.• Experience with value-added production, product development, and branding.• Experience managing social media, email marketing, and paid advertising campaigns.• Experience supervising direct reports and managing a team.• Experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness or others facing difficult life challenges.• Graphic design experience a plus.• Experience with point of sale and inventory management systems a plus.CompensationSalary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. HGP offers 100% health benefit coverage as well as generous paid time off.ScheduleThis position will be full-time, 40 hours per week, with occasional work required on weekends, holidays, and evenings.To ApplyApplication materials• Cover Letter• ResumeProcessPlease submit all application materials as one single PDF to Claude Rosen, Director of Operations, at clauder@homelessgardenproject.org with the subject line “VALUE-ADDED ENTERPRISE MANAGER APPLICANT – FIRST NAME LAST NAME”.***We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace dedicated to cultivating a diverse and inclusive work environment. We believe that diversity is essential to achieving our mission. HGP does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity, or parental status. We strongly encourage people of all races, ethnicities, gender identities, sexualities, classes, and religious identities to apply. 

Posted: April 1, 2021 | Location: Forest Ranch, California

We are recruiting for Summer Harvest Manager/Internship positions. We are looking for energetic, independent individuals with excellent communication skills to help manage harvest on our certified organic blueberry farm during the 2021 harvest season (May-August).This is a seasonal full time paid position. We are one of the longest-operating certified organic blueberry farms in California and have a well-established customer base and market. Our farm is located in the foothills east of Chico, in Northern California.Email cover letter & resume to nfo@sierracascadeblueberries.com. 

Posted: April 1, 2021 | Location: Aptos, California

Status: Full Time, ExemptReports To: Senior Loan OfficerSupervisory: No direct reportsPrimary Office: AptosSalary: $60,000 – $75,000, commensurate with experienceJOB SUMMARY:Join California FarmLink’s lending team to support the prosperity of California farmers and ranchers, ensure equitable access to economic opportunity, and support environmental stewardship and vibrant local food systems. This position plays a key role in FarmLink’s agricultural lending as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), providing underserved farmers and ranchers with access to capital and technical assistance. The Loan Officer will drive growth in FarmLink’s agricultural small business and microlending through strong relationships with farmers and ranchers, lenders, and other referral partners.California FarmLink offers a generous benefits plan, including health insurance after 60 days, employer contribution to 403b retirement plan, paid vacation, and a family-friendly and flexible work environment. California FarmLink maintains a drug-free workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. We seek candidates that represent the diversity of the communities we serve, and strongly encourage you to apply.Please see attached or our website for full position information: https://www.californiafarmlink.org/about-us/careers/How To ApplyPlease email a thoughtful cover letter explaining your interest in the position and organization with resume to: info@cafarmlink.org. No phone calls please. Posted April 2021; applications accepted on a rolling basis; open until filled.. 

Posted: March 22, 2021 | Location: Aptos, California

Please see attached for an opportunity to work with California FarmLink as a Senior Loan Officer. You may also visit our website to view the position:https://www.californiafarmlink.org/about-us/careers/Thank you! 

Posted: March 22, 2021 | Location: Aptos, California

Please see attached for an opportunity to work with California FarmLink as an Executive Assistant. You may also visit our website to view the position:https://www.californiafarmlink.org/about-us/careers/Thank you! 

Posted: March 17, 2021 | Location: Oakland, California

HODO's hiring!We're looking for an enthusiastic, experienced Account Manager to oversee sales and account management efforts in key regions and accounts around the country, as we increase our national brand presence. The Account Manager will drive sales by managing brokers, distributors, and customer relationships while working in conjunction with the Marketing team to increase product velocity.New Account Sales Oversight● Construct and give sales presentations, nurture close customer relationships, and meet with sales and key account partners and decision makers● Manage brokers to secure new accounts and stabilize and grow sales in existing accounts, regions, and distributor warehouses● Establish, monitor, and pursue accounts in accordance with 1-3 year pipeline● Create and execute Go to market strategies and new account launch plans with Marketing team● Prepare item assortment recommendations and promo strategies to suit customer in accordance with Hodo margin strategiesExisting Key Account Oversight● Create, monitor, and update annual, quarterly, and weekly account and regional sales forecasts● Review regular weekly/monthly sales data to monitor performance, establish priorities and action items for sales partners, brokers, and self● Track sales velocity and lift to gauge effectiveness of sales, digital, demo, promotional, and in-store merchandising programs● Monitor account margins and trade spend and execute cost-saving initiatives● Work with customer and Hodo Logistics/Operations to determine most effective mode of service/delivery● Monitor and process orders in internal Hodo and external customer order portalsAdditional organizational support● Partner with the marketing team to strategize and develop promotional and merchandising programs and evaluate sales and account impacts on sales velocity● Setup, prepare paperwork and documentation, execute, implement, and monitor/oversee retail support and merchandising programs● Represent Hodo at national/regional trade shows and events (post-COVID) 

Posted: March 16, 2021 | Location: Newcastle, California

We are looking for a delivery driver for Tuesday and Friday early morning to afternoon deliveries. Approximately 4-8 hours per shift starting at 6:00 A.M. You must be able to drive a 16-foot box truck, be able to lift 50 lb, and have attention for details. We are looking for someone to represent our farm well – good customer service, efficient, responsible, and reliable. Interest in organic food or farming is a plus. Position may also be combined with work at our greenhouse and farm beyond Tuesday and Friday morning deliveries for additional hours up to a full-time position.You must have a valid drivers’ license (no special license necessary) and clean DMV record. Pay dependent on experience. We are in Newcastle, so please consider your commute distance. We are the Natural Trading Co, a 40-acre organic vegetable and fruit farm and greenhouse. You can learn more about us at www.naturaltradingco.comPlease email your resume and contact information. 

Posted: March 16, 2021 | Location: Soquel, California

Looking for people to work primarily in the greenhouse. That consists of production work like seeding and transplanting as well as helping to get plants ready for deliveries. There is a chance that driving a delivery truck or working a farmer’s market would be part of the job as well. 30-35 hours a week. The season starts in February and goes at least to July with some people staying on until November depending on the amount of work at that time of year. Pay is $16/hr and a .50 cent bonus for every hour worked at the end of the season if you stay till the end.

Posted: March 15, 2021 | Location: ,

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Posted: March 10, 2021 | Location: ,

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Posted: March 3, 2021 | Location: ,

Eden Foods – Clinton, Michigan (Lenawee County) seeks territorial sales managers in the USA and Canada. Relationships and merchandising are the focus. Travel required. Knowledge of natural foods and professional experience a must. Good work, good people, good food, good benefits.More information at http://www.edenfoods.com/goodjobsPlease email your resume to Sherri Laing, HR slaing1@edenfoods.comJob DescriptionEden Sales DepartmentPosition:  Regional/Territory Sales ManagerReports to:  National Sales ManagerA regional/territory business manager’s responsibility is to cultivate relationships, educate retailers and distributors, acquire distribution and merchandising, working in concert with Sales, Marketing, and Purchasing Departments. Furthering availability the 50-year natural food brand Eden.Five Steps of Sales –   Open   Qualify  Present   Close   ServiceDuties and Responsibilities1. Develop, articulate, and carryout a strategic plan and tactics to nurture business relationships, product knowledge, and merchandising.2. Manage business consistent with Eden Terms of Sale and Incentive Agreement system3. Learn Eden’s personnel and business systems to be able to utilize them4. Stay abreast of status and changes of industry distribution channels5. Utilize and manage brokers, distributors, and Eden staff to accomplish what is needed6. Coordinate sales efforts as needed with distributor and retailers7. Communicate timely, appropriately, and efficiently with Eden staff8. Align work with Eden sales and marketing needs and efforts9. Communicate Company messages consistent with Eden’s strategy, needs, and Terms of Sale10. Generate and qualify prospects to identify new business, enhanced merchandising, and increased distribution11. Develop relationships and maintain communication with brokers, distributors, and customers at retail up through corporate Headquarters12. Provide brokers, distributors, and retailers in the territory with measurable goals13. Consistently update and maintain accurate Company databases and pertinent business information.14. Disciplined use of SalesforceCRM software on home, mobile, and head office devices15. Oversee proper use of Edenbrand intellectual property rights16. Participate in on-going budgets and projections17. Provide a pertinent weekly reportJob Requirements1. Food industry experience2. Ability to reliably communicate in a straightforward and forthright manner3. Ability to build healthy relationships with brokers, distributors, and retailers at all levels4. Education sufficient to perform assigned duties accurately and professionally5. Sound written, verbal, and computer skills6. Organizational skills7. Entrepreneurial willingness and initiative. and enthusiasm8. Forward thinking9. Reliable follow up and follow through10. Must be able to travel independently the majority of of the time11. Professional maintenance of high moral and ethical standards.This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive or a complete explanation of duties. Employees are required to perform duties as assigned by their supervisor or management. Eden reserves the right to modify job duties and responsibilities as needed. Job descriptions do not constitute or imply an employment contract. 

Posted: March 2, 2021 | Location: Hollister, California

Company Description:Owned by first and second generation immigrants, at Oya Organic Farm we bring knowledge from our family’s farming backgrounds and apply them to this soil. Our fields in Hollister, CA are a tapestry of color and texture - with over 30 different crop varieties growing at a given time. We sell our organic produce and value-added products year round throughout the Bay Area at farmers markets, wholesale, and through our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. Please visit our website to find out more about us: www.oyaorganicfarm.comPosition Summary:Oya Organic Farm is seeking a qualified, enthusiastic individual to join our small, hard-working, multi-talented team as a CSA Coordinator. This person will be responsible for managing all aspects of the CSA program (its web-store, newsletters, and weekly email communications) and assist in other administrative office tasks such as customer service and harvest planning. This person will also directly pack, load, and deliver CSA boxes to our drop off locations and work closely with the farm owners in both big picture strategizing and daily operational decisions. Must be willing to take on additional responsibilities as needed. This is a part-time on farm position (or hybrid on-farm and remote position), with the potential to increase hours to full time during June through October.Responsibilities:CSA CoordinationThe CSA Coordinator is responsible for all administrative aspects of the CSA program, including but not limited to: processing orders, customer service, logistics, creating and publishing a weekly newsletter and email blast, updating the web store with current offerings, social media posting and engagement, managing inventory of supplies and value-added products, and working in collaboration with the farm team and farm owners to build the weekly CSA box. They support CSA expansion by attracting new members at existing drop off locations, finding new drop off locations, running seasonal marketing and promotional campaigns, and sourcing add-on products and additional produce.CSA DeliveriesEach week the CSA Coordinator will lead our farm team in packing and loading the box truck with CSA boxes. They will then drive the box truck to the drop off locations around the Bay Area and unload the boxes and add-ons, set up customer sign off sheets, and communicate with the site host. This requires lifting and carrying 50lbs. repeatedly, and responsibly handling farm inventory. Delivery days are long and may require some hours of overtime.Secondary responsibilitiesGeneral field work and participation in projects as neededRequirements:Minimum 1 year experience working on a farm or at another local food system entity such as farmers markets, produce retail or produce distribution companies.Proficient in Google Docs/Sheets, email, Canva (or other design software)Exceptional people skills and customer account management skills.Excellent organizational abilities.Exceptional written English and verbal communicationMust be able to lift 50lbs. and climb in and out of a box truck repeatedly.Strong work ethic, self-motivated, detail oriented, trustworthy, able to work both independently and as part of a team in a fast paced, busy environment.Valid driver’s license and clean driving recordAvailable to work Sunday – ThursdayPreferred QualificationsAt least 1 year experience working in a customer service or sales positionSpanish language skillsExperience using WordpressPrior experience driving box trucksInterest in learning how to forecast and coordinate harvests with the farm team to ensure a good product mix in boxes year round.CompensationThis is a year-round position. Starting pay commensurate with experience. A CSA share is included with this position.Interested in this position?If you are interested in working at Oya Organic Farm, please send a resume and a letter with the following information:1. Relevant past work experience, including specific responsibilities and duties.2. Your goals relating to agriculture and food systems.3. Other related skills (ie: carpentry, cooking, writing, tractor driving, plumbing, welding, mechanic, retail sales, computers, etc…)4. 2 referencesSend to: oyaorganicsjobs@gmail.com. If your qualifications match what we’re looking for, we will contact you to schedule a virtual or on-farm interview. If you have additional questions, feel free to contact us. 

Posted: March 1, 2021 | Location: ,

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Posted: January 19, 2021 | Location: Rancho Cordova, California

Job Summary The accounting assistant is responsible for a variety of accounting and administrative functions and provides support to the Chief Financial Officer and Soil Born programs. Tasks include maintenance of Accounts Payable ledger and other accounting support in Quickbooks and Salesforce; extensive spreadsheet usage for tracking and maintaining records for programs; weekly deposits and cash handling; admin support tasks and errands; event support; special projects; communication and interaction with a variety of individuals and groups. Key Responsibilities Detail Accounting SupportEnter accounts payable and accounts receivable in QuickbooksHeavy use of spreadsheets to track various financial itemsHandling incoming money, weekly deposits, preparing change for markets & eventsGrant tracking and reporting assistanceManaging daily credit card transactions and communicating with payersMaintaining petty cash accountsInvoicingReconciliation of credit card & petty cash accountsAssistance with inventory maintenance and tracking in Quickbooks Miscellaneous DutiesEvent and outreach support Experience RequiredAttention to detail and typing accuracy essentialExcel spreadsheet skills necessaryGood communication skills and phone etiquette necessaryEasy to work with and comfortable working from home, as well as in an open office settingBookkeeping, money handling experience necessaryFamiliarity with Quickbooks necessaryKnowledge of Salesforce a huge plusProof reading skills a plusKnowledge of Word mail merge a plusExperience/desire to work in the non-profit sector helpfulKnowledge of design and layout software a plus Hours and Compensation This is a 16-20 hour position with the potential to grow for the right multi-talented candidate. This position can be done all on-site or could be part on-site and part remote during the COVID stay at home orders. Will occasionally require working evenings and weekends. Hourly wage based on experience. 401k, paid holidays, paid time off and farm produce provided. If position becomes full time, medical, vision, dental insurance also available. Please send your resume and a letter of interest to curner@soilborn.org

Posted: January 11, 2021 | Location: Carnation, Washington

CARNATION FARMS Carnation Farms is a nonprofit organization on a mission to transform the way that people want to eat. We celebrate delicious and nutritious food produced in a sustainable manner by providing inspirational and educational experiences that positively affect health, the environment, and local economies. We develop the next generation of food citizens and grow new farmers. JOB DESCRIPTION Field Manager and Lead Ag Instructor Full Time, Salaried Position Reports to: Director of Agricultural Production Position Summary: Carnation Farms operates an organic farm and livestock operation that serves as the foundation for our Farmer-in-training (FIT) program. We grow new farmers, equipping them with the knowledge and skills they need to make a positive difference in the sustainable production of organic food. We are looking for a hard-working and motivational Field Manager and Lead Ag Instructor to work closely with our Director of Agricultural Production and beginning farmers. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: The Field Manager and Lead Ag Instructor mentors and leads beginning farmers in production agriculture with a focus on the annual plan for vegetable and livestock operations, propagation, harvest, planning, postharvest, and distribution to our culinary department, Farmstand, CSA, Farmers Markets, and other wholesale customers. Executes and aids in the development of curriculum for the FIT apprenticeship programManages the production acreage by implementing plans generated by the Director of Agricultural Production, to include field prep, planting, harvest, irrigation, and post-harvest.Works to build collaborations and partnerships with schools, farms, local organizations, restaurants, growers, and other farm entities in the Snoqualmie Valley and beyondMust work effectively and balanced with production, mentoring, and teaching objectivesLeads farm tours and field walksTillage, Cultivation, Weeding & Thinning (tractors, wheel hoes, stirrup hoes, hand weeding)Farmers Markets and CSA distributionAssist with Livestock as needed Other Specific Requirements:Have at least 3 years of farm experience in a decision-making role (crew lead, field lead, etc.).Minimum 2 years professional experience teaching or leading trainings.Candidates must be committed to the farming lifestyle and all that it demands.Attention to detail is critical and a passion for growing food is essential.The ability to meet the physical requirements of the position, including lifting heavy objects (50+ lbs.), working outside in all weather conditions, and working around animals.Experience/understanding of farming for a non-profit organizationCompletion of a farmer training program, or a 4-year degree in environmental studies, agriculture, or related field Key Competencies:Comfortable working independently and with an amazing team of peersOrganizational skills, record keeping, and directing the work of othersAbility to work in a fast-paced environmentAbility to follow directions and problem solveAbility to multi-task and work with a sense of urgencyAbility to use a computer, email, and excel programsFlexibility, sensitivity, strong communication, time-management and people skills are essential. Certificates/Licenses/Registrations:Valid driver’s LicenseBackground check Compensation$43,000 – $45,000 DOEShared housing if neededVegetables, paid time off, health, dental and vision insurance, etc. To apply Qualified candidates, please send a resume and cover letter to tiffanybc@carnationfarms.org before January 25, 2021. 28901 NE Carnation Farm Road Carnation, WA, 98014 www.carnationfarms.org

Posted: January 11, 2021 | Location: Davis, California

UC SAREP is seeking a new staff person to coordinate statewide agritourism support by UC Cooperative Extension and the Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR), with an anticipated state date of March 2021. https://sarep.ucdavis.edu/about/careers Applications due 1/15/2021 Position Summary: Under the general supervision of the Food & Society Coordinator at the UC Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program (SAREP), work primarily with UC SAREP and provide administrative coordination and programmatic leadership for agritourism activities for UC Agriculture and Natural Resources. Responsibilities include design and implementation of extension and outreach programming on topics related to diversification of agricultural operations through agritourism and direct marketing, fundraising to support these activities, administrative and programmatic support for other SAREP projects, participation in SAREP unit planning, and participation in appropriate UC ANR workgroups and conferences.

Posted: December 2, 2020 | Location: ,

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Posted: October 7, 2020 | Location: ,

CCOF is currently seeking multi-scope organic inspectors who live near the following areas:Salt Lake City, UtahAustin, TexasSouthern San Joaquin Valley, CaliforniaNorthern Sacramento Valley, CaliforniaSanta Cruz, CaliforniaInquiries from all regions are always welcome The basic qualifications for an organic inspector are: At least two years of farming or livestock work experience or food processing work experience. Passing the related IOIA Basic Crop, Livestock, or Processing Inspector course(s) (see https://www.ioia.net/schedule_LOL.html).A bachelor’s degree or higher in a related field (e.g. agriculture, plant science, or food science). This third item is sometimes negotiable, depending on your work experience related to farming or processing. Applicants who are qualified for organic farm and processor/handler inspections will be given preference, but we will consider applicants who are qualified for either organic farm or organic processor/handler inspections. Please email resume and cover letter to inspectionoperations@ccof.org.