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  • June 14, 2021 2:45 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Civic Garden Center

    "We are seeking a qualified individual to serve as our Sustainability & Ecology Education  Coordinator to lead an exciting new era of our work to help people live more sustainably at  home, at work and in their community. This position functions as a vital part of our small, hard working team that is dedicated to building community through gardening, education and environmental stewardship. 

    The Sustainability & Ecology Education Coordinator manages all aspects of the Civic Garden  Center’s Green Learning Station, an environmental education site where we embrace science to  understand and foster a thriving planet. 

    The Coordinator serves as a project manager and educator working with a variety of audiences.  Adult education classes, professional development workshops, and group tours are offered to a  wide range of adult learners with the goal of highlighting issues in environmental and ecological  sustainability with a strong emphasis on understanding how humans are linked to the  

    environment, how humans can modify their interactions with the environment, and how  humans can learn from past and current environmental issues to address future issues. Hands on, inquiry-based school age programs are geared to students in grades 7-12, around the same  concepts.  

    The Coordinator serves as the hub of environmental sustainability initiatives at the Civic Garden  Center and maintains relationships with like-minded organizations across the region to  maximize collaboration and educational opportunities. 

    Responsibilities specific to the Green Learning Station (GLS) 

    Develop and manage Green Learning Station educational programming that encompass  topics such as sustainability and environmental conservation, basic ecology principles,  waste, energy, stormwater management, geology and soils, plant adaptations, and wildlife  habitats. 

    Plan and manage the Green Learning Station field trip program for grades 7-12, including  recruitment of schools, facilitators, maintaining equipment and materials. Plan and execute the Green Learning Team STEM enrichment program for high school  students (one day/month for the school year). 

    Plan and manage a one-week blended learning Green Team Summer Camp. Lead tours of the Green Learning Station for a wide variety of audiences (from families to  college students to professionals in related fields). 

    Manage professional development presentations for green industry professionals  connected to green infrastructure demonstrations at the GLS.

    Coordinate and manage the annual Master Composter program. 

    Oversee research and monitoring efforts being conducted at the GLS; be the point person  for new research initiatives, troubleshoot current efforts and share data being collected. Contribute to the writing of grants and grant reports involving GLS programs. Oversee www.greenlearningstation.org, edit the site and add new content as needed. Evaluate education programs using assessment data from student and teacher feedback. Maintain the green rooftop, green wall and the green space around GLS. Assist in maintenance of field trip demonstration garden and the observation and  production beehives. 

    Be the point person at the Civic Garden Center for the Green Learning Station facility. Other duties as needed. 

    Responsibilities for the Civic Garden Center (CGC) in general 

    Work with the Executive Director and staff to develop, evaluate and refine guidelines, goals,  and strategic plans for educational programming. 

    Assist in coordinating the planning of class offerings at the CGC: work with colleagues to  develop ideas, identify instructors, schedule classes, promote classes. 

    Attend and actively participate in staff and committee meetings. 

    Assist with the development of program-related content for the organization’s website,  newsletter, and social media channels. 

    Actively participate in the planning and execution of all special events of the CGC as needed  to ensure the success of the event.  

    Communicate and coordinate with the Community Engagement Coordinator to ensure  adequate volunteers for GLS maintenance and programs. 

    Supervise summer interns and volunteer groups working at the GLS. 

    Maintain accurate records for annual report, grant reports and impact statements. Conduct program outreach as needed. 

    Maintain partnerships with like-minded organizations and community efforts related to  local sustainability activities. 

    Support the Executive Director in achieving organizational goals. 

    Other duties as needed. 

    Skills and Qualifications 

    The requirements and duties listed are representative and not exhaustive of the knowledge,  skills, and/or abilities required. 

    Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in relevant discipline (environmental science,  sustainability, science education, ecology, natural resources, public horticulture,  interpretation) or equivalent required. 

    Education and experience in secondary science education and/or environmental education,  with a passion for engaging students in hands-on, inquiry based, real-world learning. At least two years of professional experience in a related field. Experience researching and  developing interpretive programs and experiential learning opportunities. Proven ability to work in a successful team environment.  

    Strong presentation and public speaking skills. Experience presenting in front of diverse  groups (children and adults) is preferred.

    Should be able to multi-task, meet deadlines, handle changing priorities, eager to  participate in fundraising events and activities. 

    Familiarity with e-learning and virtual classrooms. 

    Understanding of local, regional and global environmental issues (climate change,  environmental equity, equitable access to nature, nature benefits, health and well-being,  etc.). 

    Knowledge of the Ohio River Valley flora, ecology and natural and cultural history is  preferred. 

    Eager to lead, teach and inspire teens and volunteers from a variety of backgrounds, and in  a variety of settings. 

    Experience planning and tending a vegetable garden and maintaining compost systems. Fluency with Microsoft Office, comfortable learning new computer and e-learning software. Be able to lift or move 30 pounds. 

    Be able to work outdoors in a variety of conditions. 

    Be willing to work evenings and weekends and be enthusiastic about nature and  outdoor learning. 

    Must have valid driver’s license and good driving record. 

    Position Classification: 

    This is a full-time non-exempt professional position. The duties of this position will normally  take at least 40 hours per week. Position does require some weekend and evening hours. Salary  will be commensurate with experience. Full benefits package is available. 

    Reporting Structure:  

    The Sustainability and Ecology Education Coordinator reports to the Executive Director. 

    To Apply: 

    Submit a resume with a letter of interest to Karen Kahle at kkahle@civicgardencenter.org. Applications will be accepted until 5:00 pm, June 30, 2021. Email or call with questions:  513.221.0981. 

    Application/Hiring Process 

    Application period: June 7, 2021 – July 7, 2021 

    Interviews: Begin June 21, 2021 

    The Civic Garden Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Plan Employer and  Smoke/Drug-Free Workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment  without regard to race, creed, ancestry, marital status, citizenship, color, religion, sex, national  origin, age, veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.  

    To learn more about our mission, programs and service, please visit  

    www.civicgardencenter.org."
  • June 10, 2021 3:23 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Gorman Heritage Farms

    Category: Full time

    Classification: Non Exempt

    Hourly $15-$25/hour

    Reports to: Executive Director

    Purpose: Manage the daily operations of Gorman Heritage Farm, as directed by the Executive Director and in accordance with established policies and procedures. The Director of Operations will have both internal and external facing responsibilities.

    Essential Job Responsibilities

    ● Manage daily operations including problem solving and research

    ● Maintain all office machines, computers and systems, negotiating favorable contracts with vendors

    ● Manage upkeep and repairs of facilities

    ● Policy management and enforcement, Regulation compliance

    ● Maintain and update website as needed

    ● Attend, report and take minutes at monthly Land Use Committee Meetings

    ● Prepare bi-monthly report for the Board of Directors

    ● Assist with Volunteer Groups, as needed

    ● Weekly meeting with Executive Director & Deputy Director, weekly Leadership Team meeting, monthly Staff Meeting

    ● Programmatic data collection and evaluation

    ● Work Outreach Events

    ● Assist in annual event planning and execution

    ● Serve as backup for: POS reconciliation and bank deposits, Purchasing, Front Desk, AP, PR

    ● Other duties as assigned Education/Skills:

    ● Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience required.

    ● Office Management and/or HR, and IT experience required.

    ● Knowledge of Paycor, QuickBooks, GSuite, Jotform, Wordpress preferred.

    ● Graphic design skills a plus

    ● Collaborative work style, strong written and oral communication skills.

    ● Professional attitude, sense of humor, and the ability to interact well with a wide variety of people

    ● Excellent problem solving and decision making skills

    ● Ability to work independently as well as in a group setting

    ● Able to tolerate interruptions and changes in schedule

    ● Must have a passion for the mission of the Farm and serve as an ambassador


    Physical Demands:

    ● climbing, bending, lifting, standing, walking, sitting, reaching, finger dexterity, repetitive motions, talking, hearing, visual acuity.

    The work is performed both indoors and outdoors.

    TO APPLY: Email cover letter and resume to tricia@gormanfarm.org 

  • June 10, 2021 3:12 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Gorman Heritage Farm

    10052 Reading Rd. Evendale, OH Hours

    Up to 20 hours per week; between the hours of 8am-4pm, Monday-Saturday. Compensation: $12/hour

    Responsible to: Education Coordinator & Director of Education

    Contact: Krystal Gallagher, Education Coordinator, education@gormanfarm.org

    Purpose: To support the Gorman Heritage Farm mission by implementing high-quality educational and interpretive programs about farms, food, and history, and working in collaboration with other staff and volunteers. Promotes membership and acts as an advocate for Gorman Heritage Farm.


    Essential Functions:

    ● Escort groups of 8-12 people, including children, on guided tours through farmyard and gardens, teaching interactive educational programs about food, farming, gardening, and local history.

    ● Safely lead participants in farm animal interactions with chickens, sheep, rabbits, equines and more.

    ● Take education materials off-site for Farm-to-Classroom programs.

    ● Prepare, create, and organize education materials.

    ● Set-up and break-down education materials before and after programs.

    ● Develop and maintain a positive relationship with Education Volunteers by offering teaching tips, support and setting an example.

    ● Support Education Coordinator in volunteer recruitment and training.

    ● Support Education Coordinator in program evaluation. Additional Functions:

    ● Assist in compost, garden prep, maintenance, harvesting, farmyard work as needed.

    ● Lead weekend and summer tours and Scout programs as schedule allows.

    ● Set-up, break-down, and staff GHF fundraising events (including but not limited to Sunflower Festival, the first full weekend in October).

    ● Other duties as assigned. Physical Requirements:

    ● This position requires the following physical activities: walking uphill, climbing, bending, lifting, standing, sitting, reaching, finger dexterity, repetitive motions, talking, hearing and visual acuity. The work is performed indoors and outdoors in sun, wind and rain. Qualifications:

    ● Three to five years in related position, such as interpretation, childcare or education.

    ● Strong written and oral communication skills. Proficient in public speaking and the ability to teach, motivate and work with children. Able to work with minimum supervision.

    ● Collaborative leadership style: positive attitude, team player, flexible, willingness to work in a non-profit setting with a small staff. Enthusiasm is desired. To apply, visit gormanfarm.org/job-opportunities and follow the directions for Farm Educator.

    Revised April 2021

  • June 09, 2021 10:48 AM | Anonymous

    Job Organization: Metro Parks

    Job Title: Accounting Associate - Accounts Receivable/Payable

    Posted: May 27, 2021, 12:00 AM
    Closing Date: Jun 10, 2021, 04:00 PM

    This part-time position coordinates and/or performs daily general financial record keeping and accounting duties including, but not limited to:   procurement facilitation, accounts payable processing and accounts receivable processing all in a manner consistent with State regulation, internal policies and MetroParks fiscal officer’s policies.

    Salary: $17.10 to $20.50 per hour depending on level of experience.

    Closing Date:  4:00 p.m. on June 10, 2021.  To be considered for the position, a completed application AND resume must be received by this date.


    Job Title: Agricultural Education Program Coordinator

    Posted: Jun 8, 2021, 12:00 AM
    Closing Date: Jun 22, 2021, 04:00 PM

    Part-time, year-round - This position qualifies for paid holidays, vacation and sick time. This position assists/coordinates the daily maintenance and improvement of the grounds, agriculture/farm.  Performs a variety of general-purpose duties and manual labor tasks related to the upkeep and improvement of park grounds, buildings, facilities, equipment and/or program animals on a daily basis.   This is a part-time position in which the employee must remain available to work a flexible schedule that will include evenings, weekends and holidays. Ability to work effectively outdoors in all regular weather and climatic conditions is also required.

    For a complete job description and application, please contact the Administrative Office at 513-867-5835.

    Salary: $17.10 - $20.50 per hour depending on level of experience.

    Deliver in person or mail completed application to:

    Attn:  Jaime Kimbrough


    Job Position: Facility Attendant

    Posted: Jun 8, 2021, 12:00 AM
    Closing Date: Jun 22, 2021, 04:00 PM

    Intermittent, 0-28 hours per week - This employee may work an irregular part-time schedule which may include evenings, weekends and holidays on a seasonal basis.  Reports to Park Manager or as otherwise assigned.  Performs a variety of general-purpose duties and manual labor tasks related to the upkeep and improvement of park grounds, buildings, facilities, for special events/tournaments such as field layout, cleaning restrooms, empting trash receptacles, traffic and parking support, etc., and provides park information to park visitors. 

    For an application and complete job description, please contact the Administrative Office at 513-867-5835.

    Salary: $10.25 to $12.93 per hour depending on level of experience.

    Closing Date:  4:00 p.m., June 22, 2021. 

    To be considered for the position, a completed application must be received by this date.


    Job Position: Park Maintenance Technician 

    Posted: Jun 8, 2021, 12:00 AM
    Closing Date: Jun 22, 2021, 04:00 PM

    Part-time, year-round - This position qualifies for paid holidays, vacation and sick time.  An employee in this position may work an irregular part-time schedule which may include evenings, weekends and holidays on a seasonal basis.  Reports to Park Manager or another assigned staff member.  The Park Maintenance Technician performs a variety of general-purpose duties and manual labor tasks related to the upkeep and improvement of park grounds, buildings, facilities, and equipment. 

    For a complete job description and application, please contact the Administrative Office at 513-867-5835.

    Salary: $13.50 - $16.13 per hour depending on level of experience.

    Closing Date:  4:00 p.m., June 22, 2021                                  

    To be considered for the position, a completed application must be received by this date.


    FOR ALL POSITIONS ABOVE:

    Deliver in person or mail completed application to:

    MetroParks of Butler County

    2051 Timberman Road

    Hamilton, OH 45013

    Attn: Jaime Kimbrough

    Or email ALL documents to employment@yourmetroparks.net

  • June 08, 2021 2:23 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Urban Blooms

    Urban Blooms is Growing!

    We are looking for a new Construction team member! You will be assisting with building our Custom Living Wall Installations. We Design, Install, and Maintain the highest quality Custom Living Walls for a wide variety of clients across the Midwest. We are looking to add a new Construction laborer to our team. If you have experience in construction or carpentry and are excited to work on One-of-a-Kind, Custom Living Walls, please apply!

    $14-18 Per Hour Benefits include: Mileage Reimbursement at $0.25 per mile $300 stipend toward health insurance per month $30 day per diem for travel.

  • June 07, 2021 2:37 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Produce Perks Midwest

    Title: Senior Accountant 

    Reports to: Director of Operations 

    Grade: 1099 Contractor, 20-25 hours/week 

    Location: Produce Perks Midwest Office (Sharonville, OH) 

    Summary: 

    Produce Perks Midwest (PPM) seeks a Senior Accountant to maintain all organizational accounting  records and ensure accurate and timely financial reporting.  

    Responsibilities:  

    Support the financial reporting cycle through the timely and accurate entry of transactions intothe accounting system in accordance with GAAP. Review account activity and perform analysison accounts to support the journal entry process. 

    Maintain supporting schedules, worksheets, and records to provide support for journal entrytransactions, and to comply with policies. 

    Track all cash and in-kind donations. Provide donor reports. 

    Perform monthly account reconciliations (balance sheet and bank reconciliations) accuratelyand timely. 

    Prepare supporting schedules, reports, and documentation for annual audits. Ensure that internal and external reporting requirements are completed in a timely, complete,and accurate manner. 

    Perform accounts receivable functions, invoicing, receipting, statements, aging, supportingschedules, reporting and customer service to ensure timely and complete capture of revenueand related payments. 

    Perform accounts payable function, vendor setup, invoice entry, batch review, andadministrative support to ensure accurate and timely processing of payables. 

    Comply with internal control processes established by management, adherence to policies andprocedures. 

    Perform tax-related reporting, supporting schedules, and filings. 

    Participate in budget preparations. 

    Complete grant application budgets in communication with program team, enters grantinformation into website(s), and completes monthly grant billing. 


    Required Skills and Experiences:  

    ● Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field 

    ● 5+ years relevant work experience 

    ● Experience with Non-Profit Accounting and compiling data to report on Federal Tax Form 990

    ● GAAP principles and accrual-based accounting 

    ● Detailed fund accounting and reporting for private, corporate, Federal, and State grants

    ● Full charge bookkeeping, including full processing of accounts payable, accounts receivable

    ● Advanced Excel 

    ● QuickBooks 

    ● Payroll 


    To Apply:  

    ● Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and three (3) professional  references as one PDF attachment to info@produceperks.org.  

    ● Please title email subject line: Senior Accountant_[first name] [last name].  

    ● Applications due by 5 PM on Friday, June 25, 2021. 

    PRODUCE PERKS MIDWEST IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. WE CELEBRATE DIVERSITY AND  ARE COMMITTED TO CREATING AN INCLUSIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL EMPLOYEES.


    Applications are due by 5 PM on Friday, June 25th.

  • June 03, 2021 8:17 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: Outdoor Writers Association of America

    Time Commitment: Part Time 

    Compensation Structure: Hourly 

    Reports to: Executive Director 

    Location: Flexible, although location near Missoula, Montana or Cincinnati, Ohio is ideal. 

    General Duties: 

    As Membership Services Coordinator, you will be responsible for general administrative duties  for OWAA, providing primary day-to-day assistance to OWAA’s members. You will report  directly to Executive Director (ED) Chez Chesak to achieve the organization's targeted project  management needs. 

    Primary Responsibilities: 

    Manage general administrative needs at the main office including answering phones,  processing mail, processing memberships and managing the general OWAA email inboxes Help members with online product sales, event registration, etc.  

    Working with the ED, you will jointly manage the Fundly/Nonprofit Easy CRM and ultimately  become an expert on the use and application of that system 

    Ensure proper office operations and functions 

    Help manage OWAA’s various scholarship awards and fellowships 

    From time-to-time special projects will arise that you will be asked to participate in and/or drive  the management of  

    Requirements: 

    Excellent communications skills – both written and verbal 

    Strong interpersonal skills 

    Ability to recognize problems and to develop and implement solutions 

    Working knowledge of some of these software applications: MS Office, Google platforms, Fundly, and/or WordPress/Elementor. 

    An effective home office 

    Ability to travel to some events, including OWAA’s own conference 

    Forthright, unfettered honesty 

    Preferred Credentials and Other Previous Experience: 

    A college graduate who majored in either Nonprofit Management and/or English,  Communications, Photography, Videography or some other storytelling medium A strong writer with good editing/proofreading skills too (ideally you were editor of your  yearbook or school newspaper) 

    Experienced in administrative work with a two to three-year work history in similar positions  (ideally at nonprofit organizations)

    Truly passionate about the outdoors, conservation of the outdoors and wildlife Currently engaged in (or at least interested in) some method of storytelling (verbal, written,  photographic, digital etc.) 

    A proactive, self-starter who can be given minimal direction and yet run with a project Always respectful but ultimately fearless 

    Some travel may be required, primarily to the OWAA annual conference. The P/T position pays  $13-15/hour and 20 hours/week (on average) are required. The position may ultimately grow  into a F/T position. 

    The application deadline for the position is June 30. Interviews of ideal candidates will  commence soon thereafter. Interested candidates should submit cover letter, resume and at  least three writing samples to info@owaa.org with the subject line ‘Membership Services  Coordinator application’. Links to online writing samples are acceptable and links to additional  work (a blog, sample photos or videos, etc.) are encouraged.  

    About OWAA  

    Founded in 1927, the Outdoor Writers Association of America improves the professional skills  of our members, sets the highest ethical and communications standards, encourages public  enjoyment and conservation of natural resources, and mentors the next generation of  professional outdoor communicators. 

    OWAA is a nonprofit, international organization that represents a diverse group of professional  communicators dedicated to sharing the outdoor experience. Members of OWAA are  experienced outdoor people and some of the nation’s finest: 

    Writers 

    Editors 

    Authors 

    Broadcasters (including podcasters) 

    Film and video producers 

    Photographers 

    Fine artists 

    Lecturers/speakers 

    Publishers 

    Bloggers and Self-Publishers 

    Communications and PR professionals 

    We aim to offer world-class resources, support, and inspiration for our members as they inform  the public about outdoor activities, issues and the responsible use of our natural resources.  Through OWAA membership and adherence to its creed and code of ethics, members are  commissioned to provide honest, thorough, informed, responsible and unbiased outdoor coverage.

    https://owaa.org/



  • June 02, 2021 9:01 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: Elmwood Stock Farm

    Position: Sheep and Poultry Flocks Manager

    Elmwood Stock Farm, Georgetown KY USA;

    Start Date: March 2021 Full-time,

    Monday-Friday 7am-5pm, with some seasonal and task-based variability.

    Elmwood Stock Farm raises animals outdoors, year-round on pasture. The sheep and poultry flocks manager will perform daily feeding and watering and movement of pens and electric fencing, maintain all facilities and equipment associated with the sheep, turkey, layer, and broiler operations at Elmwood Stock Farm. Monitoring the health of animals is critical in a sound production system, so a keen eye on animal behavior and an action attitude to tend to issues at hand is a must. Elmwood Stock Farm is a family-owned farming business located in Scott County, KY. The farm covers 550 acres and grows a wide assortment of organic vegetables. Additional production includes row crops, hay for livestock, grass-fed and -finished beef cattle and sheep, along with pasture-raised pigs, chickens, and heritage breed turkeys. The farmland is USDA Certified Organic, as are the crops, the animals, and the products produced. This is unique for the area, and we are proud to maintain a healthy place to work while producing nutritious farm foods for our customers and our farm crew.

    Required Skills and Attributes

    • Positive attitude and desire to meet high expectations.

    • Exceptional timeliness and reliable, consistent attendance.

    • Good communication skills and ability to excel in a team work environment.

    • Good communication skills of planning, executing, evaluating, and follow up for a task.

    • Good organizational skills and ability to follow existing processes.

    • Ability to work alone while maintaining efficiency and staying on task.

    • Ability to follow directions, ask questions when needed, and complete a task as directed.

    • Dependability, trustworthiness, and responsibility, as the animals are totally dependent on your care. • Strong time management skills a must.

    • Willingness to work in conditions directly affected by weather, including heat and humidity, harsh cold winds, rain, and snow.

    • Ability to handle heavy loads up to 70 pounds.

    • Ability to safely operate farm equipment.

    • Basic knowledge and ability to use hand tools such as drills, saws, hammers, etc.

    • Adherence to company employee manual and terms of employment policy.

    • Valid driver’s license. Job Responsibilities

    • Perform twice daily feeding chores of all groups, including moving fences or structures as needed, and gathering eggs.

    • Reliably and consistently report to work with the recognition of the responsibility at hand.

    • Monitor animal performance and health.

    • Daily communication on animal health, feed and supply inventory, and tasks status.

    • Perform minor veterinary care and handle the animals to do so.

    • Maintain accurate records of performance

    • Additional tasks as the needs of the farm change through the seasons. • Repair and maintain tools, equipment, and structures.

    • Be trained and practice respectful Animal Welfare Standards in care and production.

    • Be trained in Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and maintain compliance with food safety standards.

    • Be trained and become knowledgeable of Organic Certification and maintain compliance. Compensation and Benefits

    ● Opportunity to join the dynamic Elmwood Stock Farm team: You will have the opportunity to work in an organized, busy environment with varied tasks from day to day resulting in a daily sense of accomplishment. The training you will get and the skills you will develop can last a lifetime.

    ● Gain experience working in the commercial production and marketing of USDA Certified Organic crops and livestock.

    ● Be part of a team that is performing meaningful work providing nutritious, wholesome and safe food to individuals and families that are appreciative and dependent on what you do each day to feed them.

    ● Access to free organic vegetables, discounted grass-fed and pasture raised, organic meats and eggs.

    ● Chef-prepared home-cooked lunch each workday.

    ● Paid sick leave.

    ● Compensation dependent on professional experience in the range $12 to $13 per hour.


    Position: Farmers Market Stand Workers

    Georgetown KY USA 

    Start Date: May 2021

    Part-time seasonal position We're in search of one or two more friendly faces to work at our stand at the Farmers Markets. Rain or shine, hot or cold, we attend all the outdoor markets from mid-May to mid-October. In this position, you will help set up and take down the stand, restock vegetables, assist customers with sales as well as answer questions about our produce and meats, the farm, the crops and share recipe ideas. As a representative of the farm, we will train you in basic facts about Elmwood Stock Farm and the vegetables and meats we grow and sell. We look for individuals who are physically fit, friendly and able to communicate well with the public. Sales or customer service experience, fast adding and subtracting skills, an interest in organic foods, high energy, and a smiling face are required. Experience in cooking will be very helpful, but is not necessary.

    Openings we are looking to fill are on Saturdays in Lexington, hours 6:30am - 2:30pm and on Sundays in Cincinnati, hours 8:00am – 2pm. We need a regular commitment every week. Compensation includes an hourly wage and extra veggies from the farm. Have fun and make some money this summer! To apply, visit the employment link and download an application at www.ElmwoodStockFarm.com (859) 621-0755


    Position: Customer Service Manager

    Elmwood Stock Farm,

    Start Date: June 7, 2021 Monday-Friday,

    35 to 45 hours weekly, full-time The Customer Service Manager will professionally assist CSA members and customers with inquiries, orders, questions about production and purchasing, and all the assortment of needs that arise. Working with the other members of the Communications Team, the Customer Service Manager will develop positive relationships with CSA members and customers and consistently provide excellent service that meets or exceeds expectations. Elmwood Stock Farm is a family-owned farming business located in Scott County, KY. The farm covers 550 acres and grows a wide assortment of organic vegetables. Additional production includes row crops, hay for livestock, grass-fed and -finished beef cattle and sheep, along with pasture-raised pigs, chickens, and heritage breed turkeys. The farmland is USDA Certified Organic, as are the crops, the animals and the products produced. This is unique for the area, and we are proud to maintain a healthy place to work while producing nutritious farm foods for our customers.

    Required Skills and Attributes

    • Positive attitude and desire to meet high expectations.

    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.

    • Ability to multitask, prioritize, and manage time efficiently.

    • Good interpersonal skills and active problem-solving skills.

    • Ability and willingness to be flexible and respond to changing circumstances and expectations.

    • Able to think fast, find answers, and respond quickly to customer issues, all with a polite, empathic, and professional attitude and manner.

    • Ability to listen actively and accurately record basic information simultaneously.

    • Ability to excel in a team work environment.

    • Ability to thrive in a highly dynamic and fast-paced system.

    • Basic technological skills to use computer, printers, Word, Excel, Google Drive, customized software programs and apps.

    • Basic office skills of phone, filing, data collection and recordkeeping.

    • Specifically, this position requires attention to detail, organizational and communication skills, and multitasking abilities to ensure that each and every CSA member and customer has a high-quality experience with service that exceeds their expectations.


    Job Responsibilities

    • Communicate with CSA members to attend to their questions, needs, and add-ons to their shares.

    • Communicate and coordinate with CSA host partners to execute prescribed delivery plans.

    • Communicate with customers to help them understand and access the desired products.

    • Professionally answer customer questions, record details of inquiries and comments as well as actions taken, refer to others on the Elmwood team, and follow up.

    • Take and process orders for Elmwood products while keeping detailed records. Page 2, Job Opening: Customer Service Manager Elmwood Stock Farm, Georgetown KY USA

    • Become well-versed and develop an ability to assess customers’ needs and provide answers, paths, troubleshooting help, or methods for a positive customer experience.

    • Manage relationships to build a reputation for excellent service and generate repeat business.

    • Identify and develop problem-solving methodologies to resolve customer issues.

    • Assist workplace wellness partners in cost-share and voucher programs.

    • Assist in marketing CSA to new business partners and recruit individual members.

    • Coordinate with the communications team on special events and social media postings.

    • Become knowledgeable in Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and maintain compliance with food safety standards.

    • Become knowledgeable of Organic Certification and maintain compliance of recordkeeping.

    • Complete additional tasks as the needs of the farm change over the season. Compensation and Benefits

    • Be part of a team that is performing meaningful work providing nutritious, wholesome and safe food to individuals and families that are appreciative and dependent on what you do each day to feed them.

    • Gain experience working in the commercial production and sales of USDA Certified Organic meats, vegetables, and other products.

    • Develop the skills and experience needed for excellence in communication of most anything.

    • Weekly CSA share.

    • Access to additional organic vegetables and discounted grass-fed and pasture raised, organic meats and eggs.

    • Chef-prepared home-cooked organic lunch each workday.

    • Paid sick leave.

    • Compensation dependent on professional experience in the range $15-16 per hour. Elmwood Stock Farm http://elmwoodstockfarm.com/about/employment/ 859-621-0755

  • June 02, 2021 8:23 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: Keep Cincinnati Beautiful

    Looking for a Development Manager to join a forward-thinking, growing Cincinnati non-profit that makes our region cleaner, safer, healthier and more connected. Our mission is to empower all Cincinnatians to build community and create a positive future through neighborhood revitalization, education and mobilization. This position will work closely with the Executive Director and Board of Trustees, particularly the Development Committee to ensure that KCB has the resources to meet its mission and long-range growth goals.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Collaborate with the Executive Director and Board of Trustees to create and execute a Development Plan which increases brand awareness to support the strategic direction of KCB.
    • Organize and lead all agency events, working with KCB staff, Development Committee, vendors and community partners to ensure the success of the event. Quarterback event logistics to ensure maximum revenue and participant satisfaction.
    • Secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations. Prepare and submit grant requests and report forms in collaboration with program staff.
    • Develop and execute a major gifts campaign for the organization. Prospect and cultivate major donors.
    • Manage and input donor information, generate necessary reports for the Executive Director and the Board of Trustees.
    • Create and execute a strategy for donor cultivation and retention.
    • Oversee organization of special events with KCCB Staff and Board of Trustees.
    • Develop and execute matching gifts program and corporate giving program.
    • Support and grow Board of Trustees fundraising capability and performance.
    • Design and execute a volunteer to donor conversion program in collaboration with Volunteer Programs.
    • Design and execute tiered donor recognition program.
    • Establish strategic plan to communicate with donors including cadence, form and content.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Experience working directly with a volunteer Board of Trustees.
    • Successful donor cultivation and solicitation experience and aptitude for planning and executing a fundraising campaign.
    • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Ability to balance competing priorities, complex situations and tight deadlines.
    • Appreciation and respect for the confidentiality of highly personal information.
    • Driven self-starter dedicated to making everything she/touches to be the best it can be.

    Characteristics of a Strong Candidate:

    • Respectful – We take great pride in our team, therefore start with a foundation of trust and respect.
    • Problem Solver – We anticipate problems, seek new solutions, and always do our best.
    • Community Minded – We take great pride in our work and community.
    • Mindful – Practice warmth and genuine connection with others.
    • Relentless – We love life and work and know our purpose in it.
    • Team Player – We step up and ask, “How can I help?”
    • Clear Communications – We value open and honest communication as a means of creating efficiency, understanding and progress.
    • Reliable – We hold ourselves and others to high standards and are serious about our culture.
    • Inclusive – We celebrate diversity and welcome inclusivity to foster belonging.
    • Trustworthy – We say what we mean and do what we say.

    Education and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field.
    • Three or more years of experience in development, including working knowledge and experience with individual, foundation and corporate giving.


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