Make a difference.
The Food Group recruits and retains insightful employees from a diverse background. We are proud of the work environment we have created with skilled professionals who want to make a difference in the lives of families in need.
Market Education Coordinator
The Market Education Coordinator position is part-time, seasonal and not eligible for benefits; hours vary, approximately 15-20 hours per week for about 23 weeks from mid-May through mid-October. The primary function of the Market Education Coordinator is to educate, support, and coordinate logistics for the growers in Big River Farms Farmer Education Program to successfully sell produce at multiple farmers markets during the 2019 growing season. This position also assists with preparation for farmers markets, including post-harvest handling and food safety details. Additionally, this position will also be responsible for marketing and promotion and may also support gathering data for reporting on grant outcomes related to farmers markets, time permitting. Click here to learn more and apply online.
Community Food Leaders Participant
As a Community Food Leader, you bring your life experiences to your work; knowing that the ways that you have experienced racial, economic, or gender injustice drive your passion to create change. You are energized by the idea of learning more about the food system, and want to apply what you discover to create greater equity and health in your community. Click here to learn more and apply.
Volunteer Receptionist (unpaid position)
The Volunteer Receptionist will perform a variety of tasks depending on project deadlines in The Food Group office. This will include answering the phone and door and other administrative tasks as assigned by the Office Manager. This position helps to extend the resources in The Food Group to better assist the needs of our clients. Click here to learn more and apply.
The Food Group is an equal opportunity employer.