Employment

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Please check back for information about opportunities in various departments at the Garden. Resumés and applications are only accepted for open positions. Applicants who do not meet the required qualifications will not be considered. Please see how to apply for further information.

The Chicago Botanic Garden requires all existing employees to be fully COVID-19 vaccinated by October 15, 2021; hires after this date must be fully vaccinated upon hire or may request a medical/religious exemption after an offer is extended.

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Adult Education Coordinator

Requisition Number:
983
Overview:
The person in this position is responsible for coordinating the logistics of maintaining high-quality online and in-person class and program experiences for a vibrant community of adult learners. This includes adhering to a multifaceted class logistics system; running audio-visual technologies; overseeing the operations of online programming; and frequently coordinating with instructors, internal staff, and students. The person in this position is also responsible for supporting and promoting courses in collaboration with the Adult Education team. Primary responsibilities are for online classes, assisting with on-site logistics as needed.

Aquatic Plant Harvester Operator

Requisition Number:
979
Overview:
The Chicago Botanic Garden is looking for an energetic, mechanically adept seasonal employee to operate our aquatic plant harvester in summer 2022, and ideally in subsequent years. Located 25 miles north of downtown Chicago, the Garden's 385-acre campus includes 60 acres of lakes. Over the past 20 years, more than ½ million native aquatic and shoreline plants have been added along 5 miles of our lakeshore. To help maintain desirable submerged plant communities and overall lake aesthetics, routine trimming of excessive submerged vegetation growth and algal mats is conducted. The harvester equipment has underwater blades that cut submerged plant stems and then
remove them from the lake via conveyor belts. When the on-board storage area for cut plant material has been filled, the harvester connects to a shore-based conveyor system that offloads the harvester’s cut plants into a dump truck; the cut plant material is then driven to the Garden’s landscape waste processing area where it is converted into mulch. The season is anticipated to run from May through September 2022, and work is scheduled Monday through Friday.

Aquatic Plant Maintenance (A-H)

Requisition Number:
981
Overview:
Over the past 20 years, more than ½-million native aquatic and shoreline plants have been added along 5 miles of the Garden’s lakeshore. These shoreline plantings have been effective in stabilizing eroding shoreline soils and enhancing aquatic habitat, and they now serve as a research site for scientific study. Most recently, the Shida Evaluation Garden shoreline restoration project added nearly 60,000 new plants to our shoreline. The season is anticipated to start in May 2022 and continue through September/December 2022, and work is scheduled to from Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Aquatic Plant Maintenance seasonal staff maintain these new shoreline plantings through removal of weedy/invasive plant and algae species, replanting due to plant mortality or herbivory, and other maintenance activities to support robust plant communities and aesthetic shoreline conditions. Staff in this position are provided with an exceptional opportunity to learn identification of 240 taxa of native wetland plants while gaining a better understanding of lake shoreline erosion control strategies and shoreline ecology. Employees are also able to participate in several training opportunities provided by the Garden’s distinguished staff of conservation scientists.

Assistant Curator

Requisition Number:
971
Overview:
The assistant curator of plant evaluation provides an opportunity to observe a diversity of plants in full-sun, shade, and green roof gardens, document their performance through data collection and digital photography, and provide outreach support via publications, lectures, classes, and tours. The Chicago Botanic Garden has one of the largest and most diverse plant evaluation programs in the United States.

Assistant Grower (A-B)

Requisition Number:
969
Overview:
Assist Production staff in day-to-day greenhouse and nursery operations. Help with plant deliveries to garden areas daily. The person in this position needs to be flexible to work in changing environments and with different divisions within the department. Watering will be a focus of the position and a required skill set. One weekend day will be part of the normal workweek, and the position will require the person to work independently on that day with minimal supervision. This is a seasonal, full-time position anticipated to start February 22, 2022, for 37 weeks, working Tuesday through Saturday, from 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Assistant Horticulturist (A-I)

Requisition Number:
972
Overview:
The assistant horticulturist seasonals work closely with the horticulturists to maintain a diverse collection of plants in different display gardens with high attention to detail. They spend most of their time working in the gardens and assisting with the supervision of other seasonal staff and volunteers. There are nine positions that will be working in different areas with responsibilities such as using organic gardening methods in maintaining the Fruit & Vegetable Garden, maintaining native plants in the Native Plant Garden, perennial borders in the Farwell Landscape Garden and Helen and Richard Thomas English Walled Garden, training pines in the Malott Japanese Garden, maintaining roses in the Krasberg Rose Garden, tending annual borders in the Circle Garden, and maintaining the Buehler Enabling Garden. Seasonal start dates range from February 2022 to late May 2022 and run for an anticipated 36 weeks working 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Assistant Horticulturist, Outdoor Children's Classroom

Requisition Number:
956
Overview:
Provide an attractive area consisting of the Outdoor Children’s Classroom, Butterflies & Blooms Exhibition, and the walk from the Learning Center Campus to the Visitor’s Center for the education and enjoyment of visitors. Work weekend and holiday duty on a rotational basis during the growing season and winter exhibits to water plants and perform general garden maintenance. This is a full-time position working 40 hours a week, Monday - Friday 6 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Custodian

Requisition Number:
903
Overview:
The custodian is responsible for ensuring clean and well-maintained areas within the facilities of the Garden. The custodian will assist in setting up and cleaning up from special events and supporting other departments. This is a full-time position, working 40 hours a week, Wednesday through Sunday, 3 to 11:30 p.m.

Customer Support Center Coordinator (A-B)

Requisition Number:
942
Overview:
To process phone registrations for classes, events, programs, and memberships. Work interdepartmentally to support registration details with program managers, coordinators, and associates. Provide exceptional customer service when answering phone calls directed to the Support Center from the Garden's main phone number and provide information to our varied customer base. This is a year-round, full-time position working on weekdays and the weekend.

Director, Annual Giving and Events

Requisition Number:
960
Overview:
The  Director, Annual Giving and Events, is responsible for the leadership, management, and execution of our annual giving program, the Garden’s annual fundraising event, and Annual Fund donor cultivation and stewardship events. Reporting to, and working directly with, the Associate Vice President (AVP), Individual Giving, the Director will play a vital role in growing philanthropic revenue in support of the Chicago Botanic Garden’s mission.

Director, Development Operations

Requisition Number:
961
Overview:
The new Director of Development Operations will be responsible for the planning and implementation of all CRM data management functions that support all fundraising efforts, including Membership, Annual Fund, Major Gifts, Endowment, and Capital Campaigns. The Director will be responsible for planning and implementing a comprehensive prospect management system and provide strategic guidance and track all fundraising activities of the Development department.

Ecological Restoration Technician (A-B)

Requisition Number:
968
Overview:
Technicians, in this position, will work with ecologists in managing the Dixon Prairie and Skokie River Corridor to support native plant diversity. They will have the opportunity to learn how to identify and manage a wide range of both native and invasive plant species. They will gain knowledge about prairie and riparian ecology and restoration management, and acquire skills required to manage these habitats, in particularly control of invasive species. Numerous hand-on training opportunities will be provided, as well as opportunities to visit other natural areas both on-site and off-site, and to participate in training opportunities provided by the Garden’s distinguished staff of conservation scientists.  This is a seasonal full-time position anticipated to start April 18, 2022, for 34 weeks working Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Farm Production Crew Leader (A-C), Chicago, IL

Requisition Number:
967
Overview:
Join a team of dedicated, mission-driven urban farmers to oversee a crew in the Windy City Harvest Corps job-training program. Windy City Harvest is looking for three Farm Production Crew Leaders who are prepared for hard work and self-motivated with high energy for day-to-day manual labor. Experience working with adults returning to or entering the workforce is necessary. The ideal candidate for these positions is well versed in leading others and enforcing workplace standards. This is a seasonal full-time position anticipated to start March 2022 and end November 12, 2022, working Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Crew Leaders will work on multiple Windy City Harvest sites with farm coordinators to train Corps participants in workplace skills related to local food systems. The Crew Leader also assists with job development classes on Fridays.

Field Technician - Bureau of Land Management (West Great Basin)

Requisition Number:
953
Overview:
This Field Technician role is a contract-funded position for five months, working on a Seeds of Success (SOS) collection crew in the areas managed by the BLM Eagle Lake and Applegate Field Offices. The crew will be based out of Susanville, California. As BLM office space will not be provided, the crew will be provided a Verizon MiFi hotspot, laptop, and tablet (with cellular) for conducting scouting research, participating in calls, writing reports, and using/updating the Great Basin Ecoregional Reporting Tool through ArcGIS Online Field Maps and Survey123, as well as updating data on Google Drive spreadsheets. Due to the remoteness and large size of the area the crew is responsible for, frequent camping will be required to make the best use of travel time. However, living out of personal vehicles is not encouraged due to safety concerns. A storage unit will be rented to provide space for processing seeds, temporarily storing seeds, and staging equipment. The crew will also be provided a 4x4 work truck. The Field Technician will be responsible for assisting in planning scouting and collecting trips, and conducting large native seed collections as part of the SOS program. This team will likely spend 90 percent of their time in the field. The start date of this position is June 6, 2022, with a term of 21 weeks, and an end date of October 28, 2022.

Field Technician - Bureau of Land Management A-C (Great Basin)

Requisition Number:
951
Overview:
These three Field Technician roles are contract-funded positions for five months, each working on a Seeds of Success (SOS) collection crew in one of three areas managed by BLM Field Offices: - Owhyee Field Office in Marsing, Idaho; Boise District Office in Boise, Idaho - Burns District Office in Hines, Oregon; Vale District Office in Vale, Oregon - Salt Lake City Field Office in West Valley City, Utah; Richfield Field Office in Richfield, Utah; Cedar City Field Office in Cedar City, Utah Due to the remoteness of these areas, short-term rental housing is usually difficult to secure in some of the towns listed above. The team is therefore encouraged to find and share housing in larger towns and cities such as Bend, Oregon; Boise, Idaho, and its suburbs; and Salt Lake City, Utah, and its suburbs. Living out of personal vehicles is not encouraged due to safety concerns. As BLM office space will not be provided, the crews will each be provided a Verizon MiFi hotspot, laptop, and tablet (w/ cellular) for conducting scouting research, participating in calls, writing reports, and using/updating the Great Basin Ecoregional Reporting Tool through ArcGIS Online Field Maps and Survey123, as well as updating data on Google Drive spreadsheets. Due to the remoteness and large size of the area each crew is responsible for, frequent camping will be required to make the best use of travel time. Storage units will be rented to provide space for processing seeds, temporarily storing seeds, and staging equipment. The crew will also be provided a 4x4 work truck. Each Field Technician will be responsible for assisting in planning scouting and collecting trips, and conducting large native seed collections as part of the SOS program. This team will likely spend 90 percent of their time in the field. The start date of these positions is May 16, 2022, with a term of 22 weeks, and an end date of October 14, 2022.

Grant Accounting Manager (A-B)

Requisition Number:
975
Overview:
The grant accounting manager is responsible for all aspects of the financial management, and supports all strategic and programmatic matters as they relate to accounting, fiscal/grant compliance and budget management, and financial analysis for the variety of federal/ local and private grants. During this time of transition back to in-person office settings, remote work opportunities are being offered for two days of the regular work week for this position.

Horticulturist, Exhibits

Requisition Number:
930
Overview:
Collaborate with various inter- and cross-departmental Garden teams to develop detailed, creative designs to support and enhance Garden activities, exhibitions, events, and indoor displays. Work along with staff to build and maintain the installations. This is a year-round, full-time position, working Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Intern - Bonsai

Requisition Number:
986
Overview:
This seasonal position will assist with all aspects of the care, maintenance, and management of the Garden’s bonsai collection. The intern will work under the direction of the curator, learning all aspects of bonsai care. After a period of training, the intern will be responsible for some independent care of the bonsai collection in both the nursery and display areas. This six-month position will start in late March and end in September, with a workweek of Tuesday- Saturday 6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Intern - English Walled Garden

Requisition Number:
982
Overview:
Learn how to properly maintain a public display garden by working with a senior horticulturist and their team of staff and volunteers. Other assigned gardens may include the Circle Garden, Sensory Garden, Waterfall Garden, Dwarf Conifer Garden, and the Lakeside Gardens. Attend regular staff meetings, field trips, and weekly intern meetings with guest speakers to learn about general botanic garden operations. The internship is anticipated to start in May 2022 for 12 weeks, and work is scheduled Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Intern - Japanese Garden

Requisition Number:
976
Overview:
Learn how to properly maintain a public display garden by working with a senior horticulturist and their team of staff and volunteers. Other assigned gardens may include Evening Island, Green Roof Gardens, and the Evaluation Gardens. Attend regular staff meetings, field trips, and weekly intern meetings with guest speakers to learn about general botanic garden operations. The internship is anticipated to start in May 2022 for 12 weeks, working Monday through Friday, from 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Intern - Kris S. Jarantoski

Requisition Number:
977
Overview:
Gain broad-based experience with a focus on horticulture in public garden operations to develop skills required to become a botanic garden leader. Specific duties will change throughout the internship as the intern rotates through different Garden departments. Assigned areas may include nursery and greenhouse plant production, plant health care, horticulture maintenance and operations, plant collections documentation and mapping, visitor programs and events, administration, fundraising, adult and children’s education, and volunteer services. Attend regular staff meetings, intern field trips, and weekly intern meetings with guest speakers to learn about general botanic garden operations. This is a 24-week internship anticipated to start in May 2022, working Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Intern - Shida Evaluation Garden

Requisition Number:
978
Overview:
Learn how to properly maintain a public display garden by working with a horticulturist and their team of staff and volunteers. Other assigned gardens may include the Lavin Plant Evaluation Garden, Evening Island, and the Malott Japanese Garden. Attend regular staff meetings, field trips, and weekly intern meetings with guest speakers to learn about general botanic garden operations. This is a 12-week internship anticipated to start May 2022, working Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Lead Botanist - Bureau of Land Management (El Centro, CA)

Requisition Number:
945
Overview:
This Lead Botanist role is a contract-funded position for six months (26 weeks), working on a Seeds of Success (SOS) collection crew working within the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) El Centro Field Office in El Centro, California. As BLM office space will not be provided, the Lead Botanist will be provided a Verizon MiFi hotspot, laptop, and tablet (w/cellular) for conducting scouting research, participating in calls, writing reports, and using/updating the California SOS Reporting Tool through ArcGIS Online Field Maps and Survey123, as well as updating data on Google Drive spreadsheets. Due to the large size of area the crew is responsible for, camping will be encouraged to make the best use of travel time. Storage units will be rented to provide space for processing seeds, temporarily storing seeds, and staging equipment. The crew will also be provided a 4x4 work truck. The Lead Botanist will be responsible for supervising one Field Technician, coordinating with BLM and Chicago Botanic Garden staff, planning scouting and collecting trips, and conducting large native seed collections as part of the SOS program. This team will likely spend 90 percent of their time in the field. These roles will provide daily team leadership and oversight. The Lead Botanist will ensure quality control for all collections (correct species identification, proper phenology assessments and seed-collecting techniques, documentation, and processing, including data entry and depositing herbarium specimens in designated local and national institutions). The start date of the position is February 14, 2022, with a term of 26 weeks, and an end date of August 12, 2022.

Lead Botanist - Bureau of Land Management A-C (Great Basin)

Requisition Number:
950
Overview:
These three Lead Botanist roles are contract-funded positions for five months, each leading a Seeds of Success (SOS) collection crew in one of three areas managed by BLM Field Offices: - Owhyee Field Office in Marsing, Idaho; Boise District Office in Boise, Idaho - Burns District Office in Hines, Oregon; Vale District Office in Vale, Oregon - Salt Lake City Field Office in West Valley City, Utah; Richfield Field Office in Richfield, Utah; Cedar City Field Office in Cedar City, Utah Due to the remoteness of these areas, short-term rental housing is usually difficult to secure in some of the towns listed above. The team is therefore encouraged to find and share housing in larger towns and cities such as Bend, Oregon; Boise, Idaho, and its suburbs; and Salt Lake City, Utah, and its suburbs. Living out of personal vehicles is not encouraged due to safety concerns. As BLM office space will not be provided, the Lead Botanist will be provided a Verizon MiFi hotspot, laptop, and tablet (w/ cellular) for conducting scouting research, participating in calls, writing reports, and using/updating the Great Basin Ecoregional Reporting Tool through ArcGIS Online Field Maps and Survey123, as well as updating data on Google Drive spreadsheets. Due to the remoteness and large size of the area each crew is responsible for, frequent camping will be required to make the best use of travel time. Storage units will be rented to provide space for processing seeds, temporarily storing seeds, and staging equipment. The crew will also be provided a 4x4 work truck. Each Lead Botanist will be responsible for supervising one Field Technician, coordinating with BLM and Chicago Botanic Garden staff, planning scouting and collecting trips, and conducting large native seed collections as part of the SOS program. This team will likely spend 90 percent of their time in the field. These roles will provide daily team leadership and oversight. The Lead Botanists will ensure quality control for all collections (correct species identification, proper phenology assessments and seed collecting techniques, documentation and processing, including data entry and depositing herbarium specimens in designated local and national institutions). The start date of these positions is May 16, 2022, with a term of 22 weeks, and an end date of October 14, 2022.

Library Technical Assistant

Requisition Number:
965
Overview:
Position in the Chicago Botanic Garden’s Lenhardt Library coordinating all aspects of journal subscriptions, and providing excellent customer service while staffing the circulation desk. This is a year-round, part-time position, working 20 hours a week during the day.

Manager Customer Support Center

Requisition Number:
941
Overview:
To oversee all aspects of the Customer Support Center. Maintain staff schedules, oversee sales of memberships, membership upgrades, admissions, tickets for visitor events and programs, registrations for various Garden and School of the Botanic Garden programs, and disseminate general Garden information. To enhance the visitor experience by providing exceptional customer service. Work closely with the manager of visitor experience, database manager and various departments which rely on the Support Center.

Manager, Internal Communications

Requisition Number:
944
Overview:
Reporting to the VP Marketing and Communications, the Manager Internal Communications will bring a strategic discipline to leading and elevating internal communications. The successful candidate will be responsible for the creation and execution of the internal communications strategy. This person will excel with partners by collaborating with key internal stakeholders. With a proven understanding of all parts of communications, the successful candidate will work seamlessly across the organization from the executive leadership team, and key partners, to ensure alignment and understanding of Garden initiatives and employee resources. The successful candidate will enable the Garden to lever the communications function as an integral part of the Garden’s strategy. During this time of transition back to in-person office settings, remote work opportunities are being offered for two days of the regular work week for this position.

Marketing and Editorial Content Writer

Requisition Number:
958
Overview:
This position reports to the director of Content and Editorial and will help provide marketing and communications in support of the Chicago Botanic Garden. This position requires both the ability to craft engaging marketing content and the creativity of long-form narrative writing. The successful candidate will be a curious, organized self-starter who knows how to find, research, and write compelling and engaging stories and to craft marketing copy that inspires action. During this time of transition back to in-person office settings, remote work opportunities are being offered for two days of the regular work week for this position.

Mechanic

Requisition Number:
920
Overview:
The person in this position is responsible for the maintenance and repair of Garden vehicles, equipment, and various tools. This is a full-time position, working Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Produce Delivery Driver, Windy City Harvest (Chicago, IL)

Requisition Number:
987
Overview:
Windy City Harvest is looking for a dependable and efficient delivery driver. They will be responsible for transporting produce, plants, people and operational materials as needed. They will mostly be responsible for safely transporting produce for Windy City Harvest farm sites and small farm incubator farmers. Our delivery driver will support with program wide delivery logistics, including our retail space, Veggie Rx and farm stands. Support will entail examining cases and grading produce for quality control, following proper food safety procedures and ensuring all paperwork is complete and accurately filled out prior to loading. They will pick up and deliver produce while practicing food-safety and adhering to covid-19 safety protocols. We expect our driver to be flexible and assist with operational production tasks as needed. This is a seasonal position anticipated to start March 2022 for 36 weeks scheduled to work Tuesday , Wednesday, and Saturday.

Production Greenhouse and Nursery Intern (A-B)

Requisition Number:
970
Overview:
Learn about plant production by rotating through and working with the growers in the five divisions of the Plant Production Department. These divisions include the nursery, indoor floriculture, outdoor floriculture, orchids, and plant propagation. Attend staff meetings, field trips, and weekly intern meetings with guest speakers during the summer to learn about general Chicago Botanic Garden operations. This is a three-month internship anticipated to start May 23, 2022. Scheduled work hours are Monday through Friday, from 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Research Assistant

Requisition Number:
966
Overview:
The Plant Science and Conservation department is seeking a part-time research assistant to collaborate on an urban ecology research project. This research project is a partnership between the Chicago Botanic Garden and The Nature Conservancy that seeks to identify ecological and social factors driving biodiversity patterns and participation in community science programs throughout the Chicago metropolitan area. This project leverages community science observations from the platforms Budburst and iNaturalist to map the distribution and diversity of different taxonomic groups throughout the city. The overarching goals of this project are to (1) advance our understanding of factors driving biodiversity patterns in Chicago to help focus greening and restoration effort where they can best support conservation and environmental justice initiatives, and (2) understand factors driving participation in community science programs to focus outreach efforts and expand participation among underrepresented groups. This is a resource position working approximately 15 hours a week as needed. During this time of transition back to in-person office settings, remote work opportunities are being offered for this position.

Senior Human Resources Specialist

Requisition Number:
985
Overview:
The Human Resources Specialist will be responsible for supporting the Human Resources department in a variety of duties that include both analytical and transactional. In this role one of the main responsibilities will be to support a new hire. This person will be a main point during the new employee’s first year of employment and reach out to the subject matter experts for answers or triage inquiries as appropriate and ensure the new hire is aware of all benefits offered to them. The Human Resources Specialist will have direct contact with all Garden staff and applicants via phone, in person, conferencing software (e.g. Zoom) or email. They will work closely with the Vice President of Human Resources, Sr. Manager, Human Resources and Benefits Manager to support all Human Resources function including recruitment, onboarding, workers compensation, training, events, and confidential record maintenance.

Shoreline Maintenance (A-B)

Requisition Number:
980
Overview:
Strengthen the Chicago Botanic Garden's aquatic plant and urban lake studies program by maintaining aesthetic shoreline conditions and quality lakeshore habitat. Located 25 miles north of downtown Chicago, the Garden's 385-acre campus includes 60 acres of lakes. Over the past 20 years more than ½-million native aquatic and shoreline plants have been added along 5 miles of our lakeshore. These shoreline
plantings (representing 240 native plant taxa) have been effective in stabilizing eroding shoreline soils and enhancing aquatic habitat. The season is anticipated to start in May 2022 and end in August or September 2022, with work scheduled Monday through Friday, from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

VeggieRx Delivery Driver, Windy City Harvest (Chicago, IL)

Requisition Number:
974
Overview:
Windy City Harvest is looking for a dedicated delivery driver to support this growing program. VeggieRx is a produce prescription program for families experiencing diet-related disease living in communities experiencing food insecurity. Annually, VeggieRx runs for 40 weeks and distributes at least 10,000 boxes of fresh produce to more than 2,000 participants. The VeggieRx delivery driver will be part of a collaborative team environment. They will be responsible for delivering VeggieRx boxes in the Chicago area in a professional and efficient manner, while practicing food safety and adhering to COVID-19 safety protocols. They will assist with home deliveries and dropping off boxes and supplies at various VeggieRx distributions. The delivery driver will support with picking up and receiving produce boxes from our wholesale partners, additional WCH production tasks, delivering WCH farm produce, and farm work as needed. This is a seasonal part-time position anticipated to start in March 2022 and end November 2022, working Tuesday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

VeggieRx Program Assistant, Windy City Harvest (Chicago, IL)

Requisition Number:
973
Overview:
Windy City Harvest is looking for a dedicated VeggieRx program assistant to support this growing program. The program assistant will be part of a collaborative team environment working closely with the VeggieRx manager and coordinator to oversee operations at multiple VeggieRx distribution sites. The ideal candidate for this position has deep connections to the communities we work in, is bilingual (English/Spanish), is comfortable driving larger vehicles, and is motivated to find creative ways to help families increase their fruit and vegetable intake. This is a seasonal, full-time position anticipated to start in March 2022, working 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
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