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Groundswell Cafe Team Member
Groundswell Cafe is looking to add new Team Members to our staff! Make a difference at work every day by working at our pay-it-forward cafe. Team Members will be working with the Groundswell Director and Assistant Manager to prep and cook to meet the needs of the cafe, maintain a clean and organized kitchen and dining room and maintain food safety standards, provide excellent customer service, and other duties as assigned.
Cultivate Hope Urban Farm Manager
We’re seeking an urban farm manager who is dynamic, people-focused, and passionate about growing, sharing, and teaching about local foods. This person will be growing food and maintaining the urban farm, managing volunteers on the farm, assisting with weekly market and other farm events, and more. Additionally, the farm manager will be actively involved with off-season activities including winter CSA, hydroponics, and other winter maintenance activities as needed. They should have three or more years of experience with organic and sustainable farm practices.
Matthew 25 is looking for an experienced Construction Leader to expand the PATCH Program and help complete derecho recovery projects. You’ll use your organizational skills, analytical ability and construction experience to develop construction scopes and coordinate between homeowners, contractors, insurance companies, and our nonprofit partners. You will join an established team in doing some of the most critical work in the community. Click here for the full job description. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Green Iowa AmeriCorps
We’re currently hiring Green Iowa AmeriCorps positions for an 11-month term starting in September.
The program is seeking environmentally focused and passionate individuals to serve in the AmeriCorps State program focused on three program tracks; Energy & Community, Sustainable Schools, and Land & Water Stewards. Each program track engages members in direct service, environmental education, volunteer and community engagement, and professional development opportunities in their own unique ways with various host agencies throughout the state.
The program will pay you while you serve, with access to free trainings, professional development opportunities, and an education stipend! As a member, you’ll get to spend a year gaining hands on experience in areas of energy, conservation, environmental education, community engagement, and much more!
For more information about 11-month positions starting in September download the GIA 11-month position description.