Advertise Your Position On Eager Farmer.

Louisiana's Organic Farm needs help!!

Welcome, Visitor! Want to create an account? | Log in
Company Name Inglewood Farm (view profile)
Location Alexandria, Louisiana
Date Posted June 13, 2017
Category A Farm/Business Posting A Job
Job Type Farm Help: Part-time, Full-Time, Commission Based, Job Oriented or Employees
Type of farm? Diverse (Animals/Plants)
Expectations We expect an individual that can critically thinking, and can adjust to circumstances on their toes. Someone who is high energy, learns quickly and is good with people. You don't necessarily have to come in with a lot of knowledge, but must be willing to learn. The job can be demanding, and pace and creativity is vital, as farming working can change rapidly. We are dealing with perishable goods, and people count on us to bring them our products, so promptness and work ethic are vital!
Compensation Housing plus $300, vegetables and eggs
Position Description Market Personnel Around 55 Hours Per Week Working and managing several farmers market Responsible for markets, wholesale orders, inventory of products Some delivery driving and running farm errands
Application Parameters Families Welcome
Housing Available Yes
Housing Location On Farm
Meals Provided Yes
Location Specifics We are located South of the City of Alexandria, on Historic Inglewood Plantation. Our physical address is 6287 Old Baton Rouge Hwy. Alexandria, LA 71302
Application Process Please contact Stephen@inglewoodfarm.com with your resume, and to set up a phone interview.
Application Process Please contact Stephen@inglewoodfarm.com with your resume, and to set up a phone interview.
Food Provided The food provided is simply vegetables and eggs from the farm, with the occasional employee dinners from the farm.
Expectations We expect an individual that can critically thinking, and can adjust to circumstances on their toes. Someone who is high energy, learns quickly and is good with people. You don't necessarily have to come in with a lot of knowledge, but must be willing to learn. The job can be demanding, and pace and creativity is vital, as farming working can change rapidly. We are dealing with perishable goods, and people count on us to bring them our products, so promptness and work ethic are vital! A desire to learn and a strong work ethic is the base for learning all there is to learn at Inglewood.
Positions Available 2
Education Potential Learn the ins and out of how to successfully manage the sales of an organic farm Learn details of marketing pastured meat, organic produce and eggs. Create contacts with prominent individuals in the food industry across the state Learn how to run and manage a market farm stand How to manage inventory, and create sales documentation Skills in social media marketing Learn under a professional marketing individual Operate delivery box truck Overall management skills that are not only related to farming, but to all walks of work
Tag Words Accredited, Bees, Cattle, Chicken, Child-friendly, Direct Market, Eggs, Farm Restaurant, Farm Tours, Fruit, Grains, Holistic, Livestock, Multi-species, Non-GMO, Orchard, Organic, Pastured, Poultry, Seasonal, Tourists (On Farm Events), Vegetable
Positions Available 1
Start Date 2017/07/09
Position Description Marketing Intern Around 55 Hours Per Week Working and managing several farmers market Responsible for markets, wholesale orders, inventory of products Some delivery driving and running farm errands
Work Schedule 4-5 days a week, around 40-50 hours
End Date 2017/07/08
Pay/Salary $10/hour with room for advancement in pay / housing pay
Description Hi there!! Here at Inglewood we service the entire State of Louisiana with the best of vegetables, fruits, meat, eggs and pecans. Our intern Catherine is moving on to explore new opportunities, and we are looking for an energetic, hard working person to replace her. The job we are hiring for is a market worker/manager. This job will take you to many major cities in the State, while introducing you to some of the best chefs, cooks, farmers and local food advocates in Louisiana. The job consists of occasional wholesale deliveries to New Orleans and weekly markets in Lafayette and Lake Charles. Many that have held this job have gone on to work within the food industry, learning many new and exciting things about this field of work. It can be demanding at times, but it's well worth it!! You'll get to work with and sell all of our products: Berkshire Pork, Red Angus Beef, Organic Produce/Fruit/Pecans and eggs. We offer on site living, and a weekly allotment of veggies and eggs.

Description

Type of farm?

Diverse (Animals/Plants)

Expectations

We expect an individual that can critically thinking, and can adjust to circumstances on their toes. Someone who is high energy, learns quickly and is good with people. You don't necessarily have to come in with a lot of knowledge, but must be willing to learn. The job can be demanding, and pace and creativity is vital, as farming working can change rapidly. We are dealing with perishable goods, and people count on us to bring them our products, so promptness and work ethic are vital!

Compensation

Housing plus $300, vegetables and eggs

Position Description

Market Personnel
Around 55 Hours Per Week
Working and managing several farmers market
Responsible for markets, wholesale orders, inventory of products
Some delivery driving and running farm errands

Application Parameters

Families Welcome

Housing Available

Yes

Housing Location

On Farm

Meals Provided

Yes

Location Specifics

We are located South of the City of Alexandria, on Historic Inglewood Plantation. Our physical address is 6287 Old Baton Rouge Hwy. Alexandria, LA 71302

Application Process

Please contact Stephen@inglewoodfarm.com with your resume, and to set up a phone interview.

Application Process

Please contact Stephen@inglewoodfarm.com with your resume, and to set up a phone interview.

Food Provided

The food provided is simply vegetables and eggs from the farm, with the occasional employee dinners from the farm.

Expectations

We expect an individual that can critically thinking, and can adjust to circumstances on their toes. Someone who is high energy, learns quickly and is good with people. You don't necessarily have to come in with a lot of knowledge, but must be willing to learn. The job can be demanding, and pace and creativity is vital, as farming working can change rapidly. We are dealing with perishable goods, and people count on us to bring them our products, so promptness and work ethic are vital!

A desire to learn and a strong work ethic is the base for learning all there is to learn at Inglewood.

Positions Available

2

Education Potential

Learn the ins and out of how to successfully manage the sales of an organic farm
Learn details of marketing pastured meat, organic produce and eggs.
Create contacts with prominent individuals in the food industry across the state
Learn how to run and manage a market farm stand
How to manage inventory, and create sales documentation
Skills in social media marketing
Learn under a professional marketing individual
Operate delivery box truck
Overall management skills that are not only related to farming, but to all walks of work

Tag Words

Accredited

Positions Available

1

Start Date

2017/07/09

Position Description

Marketing Intern
Around 55 Hours Per Week
Working and managing several farmers market
Responsible for markets, wholesale orders, inventory of products
Some delivery driving and running farm errands

Work Schedule

4-5 days a week, around 40-50 hours

End Date

2017/07/08

Pay/Salary

$10/hour with room for advancement in pay / housing pay

Description

Hi there!! Here at Inglewood we service the entire State of Louisiana with the best of vegetables, fruits, meat, eggs and pecans. Our intern Catherine is moving on to explore new opportunities, and we are looking for an energetic, hard working person to replace her. The job we are hiring for is a market worker/manager. This job will take you to many major cities in the State, while introducing you to some of the best chefs, cooks, farmers and local food advocates in Louisiana. The job consists of occasional wholesale deliveries to New Orleans and weekly markets in Lafayette and Lake Charles. Many that have held this job have gone on to work within the food industry, learning many new and exciting things about this field of work. It can be demanding at times, but it's well worth it!! You'll get to work with and sell all of our products: Berkshire Pork, Red Angus Beef, Organic Produce/Fruit/Pecans and eggs. We offer on site living, and a weekly allotment of veggies and eggs.
Apply Online  
Apply

Related Jobs