JOB POSTING #2023-54-02
Archway Urban Farm
Crop Production Supervisor
Wage: $21 per hour
Part Time, 30 hours per week
Seasonal: April 1 to November 1
Assist in Managing the Urban Farm
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This is a leadership position at Archway Urban Farm. The Crop Production Supervisor oversees and supervises the overall crop production with support staff to ensure the Urban Farm has adequate volume and variety of crops available for weekly sales and other needs. A wide variety of crops are grown in field conditions and in unheated greenhouse settings. The work varies from week to week and will be physically demanding – a combination of walking, bending, standing for long periods of time, lifting, and repetitive activities – will be required. This role benefits from attention to detail and being organized, methodical, and precise in the day-to-day tasks, observations, and communications. The Crop Production Supervisor will be a key part of the Harvest Team and will support the Community Coordinator in managing the produce to be sent to farm markets, and in representing the Urban Farm booth at the farm markets. Please note the nature of the work requires that you be outside for the majority of the time.
Archway’s Crop Production Supervisor with the Urban Farm contributes by:
This position is a great fit for someone who is passionate about Local Food Security and loves working outdoors.
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Closing date is March 26, 2023
No phone calls please. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
Must be legally entitled to work in Canada.
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