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This job expired on January 18, 2024

Lincoln-Co-Farm-Manager-Distributio The Food Project

  • Date Posted November 19, 2023
  • Location Lincoln, MA
  • Category Agriculture / Nonprofit
  • Job type Full-Time
Company description

At The Food Project, we believe that everyone has the right to fresh, healthy, affordable food. Our goal is to transform the food system into a more just, community-engaged model that supports food security for all while connecting diverse communities to each other and to the land. 

Since our founding in 1991, The Food Project has grown into a nationally recognized, non-profit organization that works at the intersection of youth, food, and community. Young people are the driving force of The Food Project and work on our farms and with community members to realize the right to food that nourishes our communities and the planet we share.

Each year, we employ 140 teenagers in this vital work on 70 acres of urban and suburban farmland across eastern Massachusetts where they grow 200,000 pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables and use this food to enact innovative food system initiatives that increase access to fresh, healthy food for all. 

We focus this work in the two communities we are most deeply connected to: Boston’s Dudley neighborhood and the City of Lynn. 

Job description The Food Project is actively seeking a dedicated and experienced Lincoln Farm Co-Manager (Distribution) with a passion for sustainable agriculture and youth development. Working in tandem with the Farm Education Manager, this role involves co-managing the 31-acre farm in Lincoln, MA. Responsibilities encompass daily distribution task planning, field preparation, tractor and equipment maintenance, and stewarding non-cultivated acreage. The Co-Manager will lead harvest crews, manage greenhouse operations, and contribute to farm revenue generation through events. On the distribution side, collaboration with the Boston Farm Manager is essential to add produce to the distribution stream. Coordination with TFP staff is required for annual crop plans serving the Dudley neighborhood, and the candidate will manage relationships with various outlets, communicate produce availability, and handle sales tracking and invoicing.

In terms of management, the Co-Manager will directly supervise and mentor Food Distribution Grower’s Assistants, conducting formal feedback and evaluation sessions. Active participation in justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives is encouraged. The role also involves engagement in structured, regular feedback sessions, as
well as contribution to all-staff meetings and annual planning.


Click this link to read the full job description. Compensation this position is : salaried, varies DOE, $48,000.00 - $55,250.00 Application instructions
This job expired on January 18, 2024
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