Website Woolman at Sierra Friends Center
Farmer and Workday Coordinator
For full job description and more about Woolman, please visit: https://woolman.org/2021/03/22/job-opening-farmer-and-workday-coordinator/
Summary of Position:
This is two part-time positions (30 hours/week farming and 10 hours/week workday coordination) put together to create one full time position. We welcome applications for the full 40h/week job or for one or the other of the positions on their own. The farmer supports the farm manager in rebuilding farm infrastructure post fire and implementing a self-sustaining organic farm business. Activities include, seeding, transplanting, weeding, irrigation, harvest, washing and packing produce, building, driving deliveries, and occasional tractor work. This position will spend 25 hours a week at the Woolman farm, 5 hours a week at an off-campus farm site and 10 hours a week coordinating Woolman volunteer workdays throughout the 240-acre campus. If farmer excels in their first season, they may be offered permanent employment with the farm.
· Plants, cultivates, harvests, cleans, packs and delivers produce to buyers
· Builds markets and maintains professional relationships with buyers for robust farm sales.
· Supports with planning all farm systems, and acquiring materials and supplies
· Supports with building farm infrastructure, maintenance and care of farm equipment.
· Supports with CCOF certification and record keeping, and county agriculture paperwork
· Manages farm volunteers and hosts occasional groups & farm tours.
Woolman Workday Coordination:
· Develops a Woolman Workday program that includes identifying tasks, setting up Workdays, recruiting, supervising and acknowledging volunteers for a variety of jobs.
· Includes supervising annual AmeriCorp teams, and Family Work Camp and Alumni Work Camp projects.
· Works with the Caretaker/Maintenance Manager to identify post fire clean-up projects on campus, general landscape maintenance and light construction projects. Projects may include cutting, hauling and chipping tree debris, restoration projects, trail maintenance, rebuilding footbridges, painting buildings, chopping/splitting firewood etc.
40 hours a week 3/15/2021-11/30/2021, heavier workload during peak farming season.
Must work some weekends when needed.
Employee is non-exempt. $15/hour
How to apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter.
Attn: Malaika Bishop
Application deadline: 4/5
Start date: 4/19
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