Positions with Real Food Farm
We have a variety of positions available throughout the year, especially during early fall and early spring. For example, nearly every fall we generally seek applicants to fill positions for Field Manager, Production Assistant, and Education Assistant while each spring we seek applicants to fill positions for Production Assistant and our Mobile Market team. We also have unpaid internships available year-round. See below for open positions, but check back often for updates!
Current open positions:
Food and Farm Director
Civic Works, Inc. seeks a creative, independent individual to lead and develop the operation of Civic Works’ food access and farm initiatives. This new position will support and expand programs that are working to promote urban agriculture, improve neighborhood access to fresh fruits and vegetables, and provide job training for individuals in food and farm jobs. A heavy emphasis will be placed on the candidate’s ability to coordinate multiple programs within Civic Works. This position will be expected to lead all strategic planning, fundraising, and budgeting efforts for food and farm-related programming. The candidate is expected to work well with community groups and Maryland-based non-profits focused on urban agriculture.
The selected candidate will work 40 hours per week and receive salary plus benefits including short and long-term disability, life insurance, supported health care, vision, dental and a 401k with a company match. While based out of Clifton Park, the selected candidate will be required to travel to the partner organizations often and is expected to have his/her own vehicle for which mileage will be reimbursed.
Application deadline is Dec. 15th with an anticipated start date of January 15th. Applicants will be interviewed on a rolling basis.
A full position description an details on how to apply are available here: Food and Farm Director
Urban Production Intern
Urban Production Interns will help with all aspects of Real Food Farm’s production, including weeding, harvesting, washing, facilitating CSA distribution, greenhouse management, seeding, transplanting, watering, etc. Interns may also work with our many youth and adult volunteers, during our open volunteer days (two or three times per week). This position is suited for a college student seeking course credit, or a Baltimore-based individual interested in experiencing the operation of an urban production farm hands-on.
The position hours are flexible. Interns committed to completing 300 hours may be eligible for an AmeriCorps education award.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
A full position description and details on how to apply are available here: Urban Production Intern