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Master Gardener
The Rock Enterprises And Development Corp. (T.R.E.A.D.)
Seeking a Master Gardener who can instruct our Youth in urban agriculture and instruct us with the gardening process. Position is part-time @ $17.00 per hour.
Wellness Program Coordinator
Community Health Network

Please refer to job posting if you have questions. I don’t work for this organization, so can’t answer questions about the job posting, but we do partner with this org, which is why I am sharing.
Seasonal Farm Assistants (2 PT, 1 FT)
Herban Produce
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Outdoor Production Lead
Herban Produce
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Assistant Grower
Chicago Lights Urban Farm
The Chicago Lights Urban Farm is hiring a part-time Assistant Grower for the 2021 season. The position will help to carry out the crop plan, harvest and sell produce to the local community, manage compost systems, and possibly work with crews of high school age youth in the summer and fall. It will also offer hands-on experience in urban agriculture, marketing skills, and farm-based education practices.
Food Artisan Immersion Program
Taliesin Preservation
Things may look a little different this year, but maybe during this pivotal moment, you're trying to figure out what comes next. Do you have an interest in food, farming, or land conservancy? Maybe you're into ecology, environmental law, or culinary science? The program runs from May 1st until October 31st. Live, learn and work at Taliesin this season.
Good Food in Healthcare Consultant
Chicago Food Policy Action Council & IL Public Health Institute
The Chicago Food Policy Action Council (CFPAC) and Illinois Public Health Institute (IPHI) seek a consultant or consulting group to initiate implementation of the Good Food in Healthcare project within the Alliance of Health Equity at IPHI. The consultant will support IPHI, CFPAC, and Health Care Without Harm (HCWH) to: build a cohort of local hospitals focused on good food purchasing, develop
and disseminate educational materials, liaise with healthcare and local food supply chain partners,
routinely collaborate with project staff and partners, and support hospital cohort members with longterm
planning to adopt good food purchasing standards.
Market Coordintaor
Dream of Wild Health
The Market Coordinator is responsible for staffing farmers markets and coordinating delivery activities to ensure accurate and timely off-site distribution and sales of Dream of Wild Health (DWH) produce and value-added products; and delivering the Indigenous Food Share, wholesale and donation efforts. This individual will work with community members, partners and the DWH team to support efforts across multiple programs, meeting several grant objectives, maintaining expenses according to budget, evaluation of program activities, and may support grant reporting efforts.

-Tuesdays & Thursdays: attend farmers markets and deliver produce to Indigenous Food Share members and community partners. 
-Wednesdays & Fridays: work with the farm team to grow healthy Indigenous foods and leaders, engaging with youth and volunteers at the farm.

This is a seasonal, .8 full time position at 32 hours per week from April through November 2021. Compensation is $15 per hour. Employee benefits include: produce from farm, paid holidays, and accrual of PTO.

About Dream of Wild Health:
The mission of DWH is to restore health and well-being in the Native community by recovering knowledge of and access to healthy Indigenous foods, medicines and lifeways. DWH owns and operates a 30-acre farm in Hugo, MN. As one of the only Native American-led farms in the Twin Cities, DWH fulfills a unique role in the Native American and local agricultural communities. DWH distributes produce into the Twin Cities Native American community through our youth programs, Indigenous Food Share CSA, farmers markets, wholesale accounts with Indigenous chefs, and food donations to Indigenous Food Network and other community partners.

Follow link for full job description. Dream of Wild Health is also hiring two Seasonal Farmers:
Bookkeeping Position
Star Farm Chicago
Hey Everyone! Star Farm will be offering a development and community outreach position later in the season, but in the short term we are hiring a bookeeper! Copy and Paste the link in your browser if you or someone you know is interested!
Program Coordinator, Farmer Training
Angelic Organic Learning Center
This position is responsible for coordinating the educational programs of the Farmer Training Initiative including coordinating program logistics, program delivery, data entry, coordinating outreach and recruitment for programs, program evaluation, and farmer alliance work. See Angelic Organics Learning Center’s Farmer Training Initiative for more information about our work. Bi-lingual candidates (English & Spanish) are strongly encouraged to apply.
Star Farm Market Manager
Star Farm Chicago
We are adding a Farmers Market Manager to join our core managerial staff. This role will blend operational management, customer service, and data tracking. Star Farm is a complex, multi-disciplinary organization with a variety of revenue streams, including farmers markets, pop-up events, landscaping services, CSA memberships, retail income, and programming. Farmers markets are our most profitable revenue stream and allow us to develop direct relationships with clients and the larger urban agriculture community.
NIU Communiversity Gardens Summer Coordinator
NIU Communiversity Gardens
The Tyson Foods Summer Community Internship Program is a partnership between Campus Compact and Tyson Foods to provide an invaluable opportunity for select college students to gain professional experience while making a positive impact in our community.

This internship position will oversee the development of our newly implemented apprenticeship program and seek partnership with the NIU Huskie Food Pantry to expand the options available to apprentices. The intern will also share responsibility for coordinating campus and community participation in the gardens and pantry. Duties include coordinating several outreach efforts, assisting with gathering volunteer participation and harvest data and assessment, and contributing to literature review for grant applications.
Summer Kids Food Program Intern
Beyond Hunger
The Summer Kids Food Program Intern will help increase the number of children receiving free summer meals by increasing repeat visits to Meet Up & Eat Up (our open Summer Meals site). They will help ensure future program growth in all Summer Meals sites by developing a system for obtaining feedback from children, their parents, and teachers.
Supply Chain Specialist
The Common Market
Work to identify institutional leaders and decision-makers who are interested in pushing their institutions towards a greater culture of health, equity, and/or sustainability. Through events, conferences, networking, and direct outreach, the Outreach Specialist will connect with institution staff and identify strategies to get healthy local food into food service supply chains.
Bring together stakeholders from within and outside of an institution (e.g. community leaders, cafeteria managers, sustainability coordinators, and hospital Chief Medical Officers) to discuss local food and institutional food service.
Research and reconcile The Common Market’s model and past launch strategies with local community conditions, regional production capacities, competitive landscape, and resource opportunities.
Inform team of regional nuances in supply, demand, and culture relative to other regions where the organization is active.
Provide competitive analysis of social and traditional food enterprise landscapes as component of planning and recommendations.
Complete planning document recommending regional engagement strategy.
Intern, Research, Evaluation & Analytics (Part-Time)
Common Threads
Research, Evaluation and Analytics Intern Position Overview:
Common Threads is seeking a part-time, unpaid Research, Evaluation and Analytics Intern for the summer term (approximately June – August). Interns seeking academic credit are preferred. This is a work from home/remote position for approximately 20 hours per week. Applications will be accepted through March 22, 2021, or until the position is filled. The position reports primarily to the Vice President of Research and Evaluation and the Evaluation Manager.

This intern will support the Common Threads’ Research, Evaluation and Analytics team with achieving their goals and objectives. This team is collecting, analyzing and reporting insights and data about our programs, participants, and community partners to internal stakeholders, as well as external funders and partners. Furthermore, this team is developing relationships with academic researchers to scope future research studies.

At Common Threads, you will have the opportunity to gain experience in applied research, including program evaluation, while learning how a national nonprofit operates and exploring a career in nutrition education, food security and wellness.
Imperfect Foods Delivery Driver
Imperfect Foods
Passionate about reducing food waste and building a better food system ?

We are looking for folks who are positive, motivated, and ready to change the world. If that sounds like you, drop us a line!

About the role: (Full-time)
As an Imperfect Delivery Driver, you are directly responsible for delivering boxes to our customers in the Chicagoland area in a professional, impactful, and timely manner. You are also responsible for ensuring that the boxes you care for are in pristine shape, delivered to the correct address, and during the proper time window.
You play a vital role as the primary liasion between Imperfect and our customers, ensuring that all procedures are followed and the highest quality of boxes are mindfully delivered to our customers.

Join our community and help us fight food waste!

For more information, applications or to find a position thats right for you- check out the link below:
Regional Operations Recruiter
Imperfect Foods
Passionate about people and working with a company thats mission is reducing food waste while building a more sustainable food system?

We are looking for someone who is invested in our story and wants to share it! Someone who is passionate about creating a diverse workplace and building a thoughtfully solid employment brand. We truly believe people are our greatest assest, and the talent we attract drives us. Our approach to recruiting is collaborative and based on relationship building. Is this resonating? If so, keep reading!

About this role: (Seasonal) As Regional Operations Recruiter, you will partner closely with our warehouse and delivery operations hiring managers to understand hiring needs, then lead the recruitment process end-to-end. With our rapid growth, you will be working with Warehouse Associates, Delivery Drivers, and similar roles across the Midwest- hiring at speed and high volume without lowering our expectations for attracting outstanding talent while ensuring a remarkable candidate experience.

Help us build our Imperfect community of wonderful and dedicated people!

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