Anathoth Community Garden & Farm

Contact information
Farm Address:
3005 Lonesome Rd.
Cedar Grove, North Carolina , 27231

Primary Contact: Julia Sendor
Primary Phone:
    Type:
Cell
    Number: 3365247985
    Email: apply@anathothgarden.org

Website: https://anathothgarden.org/work/now-hiring-executive-director/

Internship information
General Farm Description: Anathoth Community Garden & Farm is hiring an Executive Director. Anathoth Community Garden & Farm is a 501(c)(3) non-profit ministry whose mission is healing divisions between neighbors and the land by growing food together in Cedar Grove, NC. We do this by running a sliding-scale CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program, providing education and employment to young adult and youth interns, and fostering community through a variety of workdays and events. We believe in doing this work to promote our values of: the sacredness of all creation, health, reconciliation, nonviolence and restorative justice, reciprocity, and sharing our faith.

CRAFT Member Farm? Yes

Internship Starts: October 1, 2019
Internship Ends: indefinite
Number of Internship Available: 1
Application Deadline: September 1, 2019
Minimum Length of Stay: indefinite

Internship Details:

Position Summary: Under the direction and guidance of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will direct, plan, organize, staff, motivate, and manage a community garden and farm ministry which carries out our mission. Position is full-time, salaried, with benefits.

Duties of this position include:
• Strategic planning and board communication – Work with the Board of Directors to plan and implement the programs to best fit the mission using resources available, attend board meetings, report to the board.
• Financial reporting and oversight – Prepare financial reports, maintain the operating budget of the organization, follow all applicable laws and regulations.
• Development – Work with the Board of Directors to raise the annual budget of the organization, cultivate relationships with donors, write and manage grants.
• HarvestShare (CSA) Coordination and Communication – Manage and recruit for HarvestShare, operate farm/market garden production (plan for, plant, tend, and harvest produce along with staff), communicate with HarvestShare members.
• Staff and Intern Supervision – Supervise all personnel, including young adult and youth interns, seasonal staff, and other permanent staff.
• Public and community relations – Plan and attend regular community events, issue communications, and build healthy community relationships.


Educational Opportunities: Posting is for an Executive Director position.

Skills Desired: Requirements of the job include: • A four-year university degree (master’s or study in a field related to agriculture/theology a plus) or equivalent experience • Hands-on experience running a farm or market garden • 2 or more years of experience in a non-profit setting, Executive Director experience preferred • Strong communication in both writing and public speaking (Spanish proficiency a plus) • Experience building trusting relationships with a diversity of individuals and organizations • Fluency in use of Microsoft Office Suite, Google Drive, social media platforms, website maintenance, and other applications as needed • Fundraising and grant-writing experience

Meals: Position is full-time, salaried. Staff are responsible for their own meals.

Stipend: Salary commensurate with experience and other skills. Position is full-time, salaried, with benefits.

Housing: Position is full-time, salaried. Staff are responsible for their own housing.

Preferred method of Contact: email