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3 Aug 2022

Full-Time Farm Manager

Kaicycle Urban Farm  Wellington City, Wellington $60,000 per annum

Job Description

Kaicycle is an urban farm and community compositing project. We are a not for profit organisation with a small team of eight staff (mostly part-time) and many volunteers. 

Our goal is to demonstrate how urban farming can activate community spaces and localise food loops in our city. We believe reclaiming control of local food systems and creating sustainable models of working has transformational power for communities. We want to see urban farms and compost hubs in every suburb of Te Whanganui-a-tara Wellington!

We are looking for a full-time farm manager who will be based at our urban farm at 5 Hospital Road, Newtown, Wellington. 

Hours: 40 hours a week 

Salary: $60,000 per annum

Ideal start date: Monday 22 August

Please send a CV and cover letter to Bianca & Phoebe at [email protected]  outlining the following:

  • Why you are interested in working at Kaicycle Urban Farm
  • Your background in Urban farming or market gardening (if you don’t have much, speak to your future goals within agriculture and any relevant communication & labour skills). Please only include transferable skills in your resume. 
  • If you have farm projects in mind for the future
  • Any other relevant experience or feelings 

Application timeline

Applications due: 5pm Sunday 14 August

Interviewing:  Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th

Ideal start date:  Monday 22 August

Job Category: Agriculture and Rural Development. Job Type: Full-Time.

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