Partner Organizations Job Openings
The Marion Polk Food Share Youth Farm and Community Gardens programs are looking to fill several positions.
The Farm and Garden Assistant is responsible for maintaining adequate infrastructure in Marion Polk Food Share’s community garden network and at the Youth Farm. This position supports 40 core community gardens by assisting partners with resource deliveries, light construction, and irrigation projects. At the Youth Farm, this position assists with farm production during the active growing season and maintains small equipment and facilities year-round. To see a complete job description, download an application and to apply for the position, please visit our web site at www.marionpolkfoodshare.org/about/careers.
Job Type: Part-time Regular
Salary: $ 12.98-14.92 per hour
Deadline to apply: January 31, 2020
The Organic Farming Internship is a 6-month working experience on an urban vegetable farm designed to give two aspiring farmers extensive training in all aspects of organic crop production and community farming. Interns will gain supervised experience in greenhouse and field operations, tractor cultivation, planting techniques, irrigation management, pest and weed control, harvest methods, and distribution systems. Interns will learn alongside farm staff and youth volunteers in the field, the greenhouse, and the packing shed. Interns will interface with the community at our weekly prescription vegetable distributions and through volunteer work days. To see a complete job description, download an application and to apply for the position, please visit our web site at www.marionpolkfoodshare.org/about/careers.
Job Type: Seasonal internship, June through August 2020
Stipend: $1,000/month of program participation
Deadline to apply: March 1, 2020
Klamath SWCD is looking for an Agricultural Resource Conservationist. See the announcement below for more information and directions for applying.Klamath SWCD Agricultural Resource Conservationist Announcement.pdf