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Seattle: Harvest Against Hunger seeks Intern

26 Apr

Location: Seattle, Washington

Deadline: May 24, 2010

Harvest Against Hunger, a program of Rotary First Harvest, seeks a part-time intern June 28 through September 24, 2010. This is a great opportunity to work with an innovative organization whose mission is to act as a conduit between food producers and hunger relief agencies in the state of Washington.  Harvest Against Hunger connects surplus produce from farms, markets, and backyard gardeners with hunger relief efforts in local communities throughout Washington.

This internship position will focus on maintaining and developing food recovery projects on farms in King and Snohomish Counties and from farmers markets in Seattle. Continue reading

Seattle: Tilth Producers of Washington seeks Office and Program Assistant

5 Apr

Location: Seattle, Washington

Deadline: April 23, 2010

$13-$15 per hour; 30 hours per week

The Office and Program Assistant will help maintain the Tilth Producers office, manage Tilth Producers membership and provide general administrative and program support to the Managing Director. Continue reading

Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance seeks an Operations Manager

24 Feb
Location: Seattle, Washington

With guidance and direction of the Executive Director, the Operations Manager is responsible for overall supervision of NFMA staff, and for achievement of requirements, plans and other work as assigned, either directly or through supervision of other staff. The Operations Manager supervises the Market Managers. The Operations Manager reports to the Executive Director. Continue reading

FRESH seeks Interns

24 Feb

Location: Several cities throughout the United States

The documentary film, FRESH, is looking for one intern in each of the following cities:  New York, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Austin, Boulder/Denver, Minneapolis and Chicago to publicize and coordinate FRESH Restaurant Week, which will coincide with the theatrical release of FRESH in each of these cities (from April through June).

This position starts immediately and lasts for at least 2 months. Continue reading

PCC Farmland Trust seeks an Executive Director

5 Feb

Location: Seattle, Washington
Hours: Full Time, Salaried
Pay: Depending on Experience

Apply by: February 24, 2010

The PCC Farmland Trust secures, preserves and stewards threatened farmland in the Northwest, ensuring that generations of local farmers productively farm it using sustainable, organic growing methods. The Trust takes its mission one step further than most land trusts by working to place farmers on the property, actively producing food for the local community.

The Executive Director provides the vision and guidance to advance all aspects of the organization. The Executive Director must have a strong commitment to and excellence in fundraising with a specific focus on individual donors, government grants, foundation proposals, and strong personnel management skills. A major role for the Executive Director is providing the strategic vision and oversight for our varied program agenda. Continue reading

The Children’s Alliance seeks a Food Policy Associate

6 Jan

Location: Seattle, Washington

We encourage applications by January 20, 2010.

The Children’s Alliance is currently seeking a Food Policy Associate.  The full time, one-year position is in our Seattle office and is a member of the Policy Staff. The Associate will assist in activities designed to implement the Plan to End Childhood Hunger in Washington, specifically handling communication and logistics for a wide range of activities, and providing support to the Senior Food Policy Coordinator.  To apply, please submit letter of interest, resume, and optional affirmative action data form. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.  People of color and women are encouraged to apply. Continue reading

Washington State Department of Agriculture seeks a Farm-to-School Project Coordinator

31 Dec

Location: Seattle, Washington

Deadline: January 15, 2010

This is a three year, full-time project position.  Location is preferred in Seattle. Travel is required with possible overnight stays.

The WSDA Farm-to-School Program is dedicated to fostering relationships between schools and agricultural producers in Washington State. Our goal is to support expanding economic opportunities for farmers while educating students about the connections between food, farming, health, and the environment. The program provides information, inspiration, assistance, and policy solutions for those working to supply healthy Washington-grown food and related education to youth in our State. Continue reading