Farm Manager

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Farm Manager

Location

Farm and Wilderness Foundation
401 Farm and Wilderness Road
Plymouth, VT 05056
United States

Description

The Opportunity

We are seeking an experienced farmer and team leader to support the management of all aspects of a small, diverse organic farm that uses its resources to deliver experiential education opportunities. The Farm Manager works with the Farm Director as well as Camp Directors and others to ensure our farm meets two inter-related goals: high quality production and a place for hands on learning about sustainability and resource management for youth who attend our camps and programs.  The Farm Manager will work in coordination with the Farm Director to manage and optimize farm resources to accomplish this work during the summer. During the shoulder seasons the Farm Manager will identify and incorporate opportunities with local and regional partners to support the F&W Food Vision and expand the F&W Mission.

Full job description can be found online here.

Categories
Agriculture and culinary tourism
Compensation and Benefits

In addition to competitive pay, Farm & Wilderness offers the opportunity to be part of a dedicated team who believe in the power of experiential education. In support of our staff and their families, we provide comprehensive top-notch benefits and an array of special perks. Full-time, year-round staff can enjoy:

  • Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance, and a Flexible Spending Account available at start of employment. Employees pay a portion of the premium
  • Traditional and Roth 401(k) plan with a 2:1 match up to 6% available at start of employment
  • Employer-paid life and AD&D.
  • Paid vacation and sick time; 12 paid holidays
  • Tuition Discount for children enrolled in camp programs
  • Housing may be available for this position.
  • And much more!
Date Posted
Deadline
12/20/2022
# of Positions Available
1
Type
Full time, year round
How to Apply

Send a cover letter and resume to our Human Resources Manager, Julie Sanderson, at julie@farmandwilderness.org.