Farm Marketing Coordinator

image1Position: Farm Marketing Coordinator

Status: Part-time, 20-30 hours/week; temporary, March-October
Schedule: March-April: Wed-Fri; May-Oct: Tues-Friday with occasional plant watering/group hosting on weekends
Compensation: $12-15 per hour, depending on experience
Supervisor: Farm Manager

Position Description

The Farm Marketing Coordinator supports the Farm Manager whose time is divided between farm operations and other farm programming. This position is responsible for assisting the Farm Manager in spring farm management, the coordination of the DIG(Dedicated Intergenerational Gardeners)and Senior Services partnership, the summer farm stand, and the CSA(Community Supported Agriculture) program. In the spring, this person will assist with volunteer and intern coordination, seeding and planting, irrigation set up and watering plants. This may include supervision of harvest and processing of produce and CSA box/bag packing, delivery and tabling at Senior Services. This person will lead the on-site farm stand, working with youth (aged 15-18) and interns, starting in May until October. This person will also be responsible for co-managing irrigation needs, training will be provided as needed. This person will be trained on producing the CSA newsletter and will provide training to interns to assist with its completion.

This person will be outgoing and excited to engage and teach youth, seniors and other volunteers. This person will have an eye for detail in leading the market stand as well as completing proper harvesting techniques. This person will be comfortable leading the youth in the summer program, teaching them proper harvesting and processing technique as well as market stand display and cashiering skills. This person will have weekly check-ins with the Farm Manager to go over priorities and program updates.



  • Experience working with youth (particularly high-schoolers) and diverse populations
  • Self-motivated and strong leadership skills
  • Farm or gardening experience
  • Experience performing manual labor outdoors in inclement weather
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds
  • Drivers license


  • Alumni of Grub
  • Experience with irrigation systems (drip, overhead)

Organizational Description:

Our vision is a world where everyone has a place at the table:
Everyone is nourished by healthy, sustainably grown food. Everyone has a sense of belonging.
Everyone is an inspired & honored contributor to our community.

Our mission is to inspire positive personal and community change by bringing people together around food and agriculture. We do this by partnering with youth and people with low-incomes to create empowering individual and community food solutions and by offering tools and trainings to help build a just and sustainable food system.

Application Process:

We will only consider COMPLETE APPLICATIONS. A complete application includes: 1. Compelling cover letter
2. Resume
3. Three references with current contact information

Email complete applications in WORD or PDF format only to:

Heather Rudich, Subject: Farm Market Coordinator Application

Position is open until filled. We will be considering applications as they are received so you are encouraged to apply ASAP!

GRuB strives to actively and successfully recruit our program alumni into leadership positions within the organization. We prioritize having a staff whose demographics and backgrounds reflect those of our greater community. We believe that a diverse staff is essential to the successful pursuit of our mission. GRuB is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, ability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law.