Jobs at GRuB

Staff Positions

  • Join GRuB’s Work!

    Come join the GRuB staff team.  We are currently offering several postions for temporary, part-time work and a full time, permanent position as well. Opportunities to work directly with  youth, seniors & veterans while on the farm, at our market stands or building gardens in the community.  More information available below.

    Full-Time, Permanent Position

    VictorDSC_6773y Garden Project (VGP) Coordinator supports community resilience by managing the construction of free backyard gardens with low-income families; coordinating programming for veterans on the Victory Farm; & supporting veterans with opportunities to engage their skills & abilities in the challenging & meaningful work of growing healthy food, people & community.  To download the complete position description, CLICK HERE.


    Part-Time Temporary Positions

    Miranda-CliminaIMG_1024The Farm Marketing Coordinator is responsible for supporting the bouquet & senior CSA program as well as the on-site farm stand and market stand at  Senior Center.  Duties may include, harvesting & processing of produce, market stand set-up & clean-up, supervising & teaching youth & more. CLICK HERE for more info about this position.

    IMG_1318The Field Crew Coordinator (FCC) supports the Farm Manager &Farm Marketing Coordinator in carrying out the farm plan and coordinating people and activities on the  land.  Responsibilities include propagation, irrigation, harvest, veggie processing, soil management, & teaching & supervising others in these realms. To download the full job description, CLICK HERE.



Americorps/Vista Positions

There are no Americorps/Vista Positions available at this time.


We often are looking for amazing interns to support and learn from our work.

  • Internships Opportunities at GRuB!

    Open until filled.   GRuB is offering several unique ways to connect with our community.  We have  some unpaid internships  available for  school credit or personal enrichment.  Positions are available to work with the Victory Garden Project, on Events or  on the GRuB farm.  We will also have a few more on thier way, so please continue to check back! 


    fullsizeoutput_16d2May There Be Gardens Event Support Intern will support the VGP team by coordinating and executing our annual spring fundraiser and culminating build season event ‘May There Be Gardens’. To download, the complete job description, CLICK HERE


    The Community Educmedicinal-herbs-photo-950x534ation Intern will develop, design and implement our Community Workshop series while coordinating community volunteers to teach these workshops. More information available HERE

    DSC_0096The Events Intern will gain hands-on experience with multiple facets of planning, coordinating, and executing community outreach & fundraising events. The Events Intern will work directly with GRuB’s Events Coordinator to support successful, joyful GRuB events! More information available HERE

    DSC_9497Spring Farm Interns work under the guidance of the Farm Manager with support from Youth Program Staff to prepare the GRuB Farm for the season and to implement our field trip program. The weekly tasks will be most dependent on the farm’s needs, directed by weather, planting schedule and field conditions. Flexibility is essential as conditions can change quickly. CLICK HERE to learn more about Spring Farm Internships.

Workstudy Positions

There are no Workstudy Positions available at this time.

Youth Positions

  • GRuB Youth Program Alumni Positions Available

    There are 6 positions available for Spring Farm Assistants to GRuB Youth Program Alumni.  You will have an opportunity to build on your previous experience on the farm by getting to work on the land during an important time of the season. For more information and to download the full job description, please CLICK HERE

    Spring Farm Assistant Announcement

    6 positions available

    For GRuB Youth Program Alumni

    Position Description 

    • Commitment is for 2 days a week, 3 hours/day, after school
    • Stipend is for $120 every 2 weeks
    • Position starts week of April 9th and lasts for 8 weeks. Potential to continue into summer as Farm Assistant.
    • Farm grown food is available to apprentices as it becomes ready.

    ******This is a position open for youth who have participated in GRuB Youth programming. ****

    IMG_2260Spring Farm Assistants are an important part of the spring GRuB Farm Team. You will have an opportunity to build on your previous experience on the farm by getting to work on the land during an important time of the season. Spring is when we prepare the fields for planting and start all the seeds for the coming growing season. Your time on the farm will include lots of manual labor shaping beds, mixing and spreading soil amendments, seed starting, irrigation set up and other early season tasks. Available trainings include training greenhouse production, soil management, propagation and transplanting techniques, farm planning, record keeping, farm tool/equipment maintenance, harvesting, irrigation, and various other early-season farm activities. Farm Assistants may have opportunities to participate in building gardens, as needed, off site on Wednesdays during their shift.


    • Any GRuB youth or alumni in good standing with the organization is eligible, priority will be given to those who have completed a school year
    • Demonstrated excellent professionalism through their time at GRuB – excellent attendance, punctuality, work ethic, strong engagement in all learning activities
    • Ability to work independently and with groups (as a leader)
    • Willingness to work hard outside in all weather
    • Must have 2 solid character/ employment references, with 1 being a current or former GRuB staff

    To Apply: Submit a cover letter and 2 references by person or by email to Heather Rudich

    Please address the following in your letter:

    • Why do you want this position?
    • What skills and experiences will you bring to this position?
    • What do you hope to learn from this experience?
    • What challenges do you face heading into this position? What support do you need to succeed?
    • Any other relevant information? Please add

    Priority deadline is March 9, 2018. Positions open until filled.

     For more information contact Heather Rudich or (360) 753-5522

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Part of GRuB’s vision is that “We actively and successfully recruit program alumni into leadership positions within our organization, and that the demographics and backgrounds of our staff members reflect those of our greater community.” We believe that a diverse staff is essential to the successful pursuit of our mission.

Food Security Job Resources

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