CAFF is committed to recruiting, training, developing and promoting employees on the basis of individual qualifications, competence and merit.
Send resumé, cover letter, and references to jobs[at]caff.org.
• January 2017 : Staff Accountant
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• November 2016: Climate Smart Farming Program Specialist
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Interns and volunteers are often needed to work in our various offices. Opportunities are flexible in terms of work content, structure, and scheduling. Please see below for contact information.
Formal internship arrangements range from 4-10 hours per week and span the full range of program activities. Examples of tasks that interns have helped with in the past: researching and compiling listings for Local Food Guides, assisting the membership office, researching and writing profiles about CAFF grower members, doing public outreach, coordinating other volunteers at events, optimizing online communications, and creating marketing materials. Please note that all of CAFF’s internship opportunities are unpaid at this time, but students may receive credit.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about volunteering or interning.
Job Openings at Partner Organizations
December 2016 | Occidental Arts and Ecology Center
November 2016 | Pacifica’s Organic Market Gardens
Pacifica’s Organic Market Gardens (on the grounds of Pacifica Graduate Institute) is looking for a self-starting individual with keen interest in intensive cropping and interacting with interested students, staff, and faculty at the Institute and others in the large community of southern Santa Barbara County. The position is full time with good wage and benefits. Contact me Marshall Chrostowski at marshallsmarket[at]gmail.com or PO Box 1315, Oak View CA 93022.
September 2016 | Eatwell Farm
Eatwell Farm, a 105 acre organic farm in Dixon, California, is hiring a Delivery Driver, Part-Time. They deliver their boxes of seasonal produce to members in the Bay Area. They need a driver Wednesdays and Thursdays, Starting at 4am. Each day is normally under 10 hours work. They use Sprinter Vans. Requirements: A clean drivers license (DMV drivers record required, available online for $5); Be fit and able to do the work; Work safely and swiftly; Show competence in driving in the Bay Area; Accurately deliver multiple items to up to 20 locations each day; A high standard of work; Be courteous and polite; Spanish speaking preferred; Agriculture opportunities available. To apply, send resume and cover letter to organic[at]eatwell.com with ‘driver’ in the subject line. No phone call or farm visits without invitation.
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