Employment Opportunities

Learn about our three open positions:

Incubator Farm Site Manager - Apply today!

Posted: December 4, 2017. The Incubator Farm Site Manager is responsible for providing year-round technical assistance (TA) and farm production and business training to small-scale beginning farmers, both on and off the field, on multiple aspects of farm enterprise development. Manage New Entry’s multiple incubator farm sites and equipment, determine best approach for site improvements, and facilitate crop production (emphasizing organic techniques) to achieve lease compliance, and support producers to achieve commercial farm goals. The Incubator Farm Site Manager is a vital part of the farmer training team, and as such will share in the responsibility of fulfilling farmer training grant deliverables and reporting requirements.  Please click here for a detailed job description and desired qualifications.  APPLY ONLINE HERE

Beginning Farmer Education & Curriculum Coordinator - Apply today!

Posted: December 4, 2017. Develop new farmer education strategies and build curriculum to provide high-quality training to small-scale, direct market beginning farmers, both on and off the field, on multiple aspects of farm enterprise development.  Oversee educational programs, courses, and practical skills workshops for diverse adult learners. Work with farmer training team to develop educate and support new producers to achieve economically viable farm businesses through group learning, individual farm coaching, and financial technical assistance.  Support case management/technical assistance for participants in New Entry programs and services. Please click here for a detailed job description and desired qualifications.  APPLY ONLINE HERE

Deputy Director - position closing soon…

Posted:  October 30, 2017.  New Entry’s Deputy Director offers an exciting opportunity to help shape and carry out the strategic agenda of a growing, comprehensive farmer training and food systems organization. The Deputy Director will work with New Entry staff, consultants and regional partners to provide strategic leadership and management for New Entry’s on-the-ground local programs in Massachusetts. Reporting to the Executive Director (ED), the Deputy Director will have both internal and external facing responsibilities at New Entry, ranging from program management (program development, framing of strategic approaches, high-quality customer service, project metrics tracking and evaluation) to administration (grant writing and reporting, information technology, facilities management), and human capital (HR/recruiting, mentoring, leadership development among staff). The Deputy Director will partner closely with the ED to chart New Entry’s future growth and implement strategic goals to grow and scale New Entry’s program impact in the farm and food systems space.  Please click here for a detailed job description and desired qualifications.  APPLY ONLINE HERE

 

To Apply for all New Entry open positions:  We strongly encourage online applications and provision of a writing sample. We also accept applications by mail or fax. Apply by mail to: TSNE MissionWorks, Attn: Employment Manager, NonProfit Center, 89 South Street Suite 700, Boston, MA  02111; or send by fax to: 617.523.2070.