Welcome to Agriberry Farm’s Hiring Page!

We appreciate your interest in Team Agriberry! Listed below are the positions for which we will be hiring and a general timeline for each. If you have any questions please email work@agriberry.com. Thanks, and remember to EAT MORE BERRIES!

Farmers’ Market Leads and Market Associates

We are currently accepting applications for our 2021 Market team. 

The Farmers’ Market Lead role is a point person at a dedicated market site for Agriberry Farm. The job description for this role can be found here. This position is responsible for the loading, preparation, set-up, selling, tear down, reporting, and unloading for the same market throughout the market season. Successful completion of an entire market season at a specific location, along with high reliability and good record keeping carries a bonus based on that market’s performance. This position requires a good driving record as well as good product knowledge and sales skills. Interviews will take place in March and April for this position, training will occur in late April with markets beginning in May continuing through October, weekday and weekend positions available.

The Market Associate position is a support role at high volume markets with reduced responsibilities and more flexibility. The job description can be found here, please review before submitting your application. This position typically meets a market lead on site at the market and assists with set up, sales, share building, and tear down. Good people and sales skills are necessary, product knowledge and/or a willingness to learn about fruit is additionally necessary. Interviews will begin in March and continue through April for this role, training will be in late April with markets beginning in May and continuing through October. This is a seasonal part time position and due to the flexibility associated with it can be filled for a portion of the season.

The application for both of these roles can be found here. Any additional questions please inquire at work@agriberry.com

Field Worker/Harvester

 Currently accepting applications for Summer Harvester (Late May Start)

This field team is currently seeking Harvester workers. The job description for the Harvester can be found here, please review it completely before starting your application! This position starts at $9 per hour as an entry level worker with no previous job experience and elevating up to 10.50 per hour with applicable agricultural experience over multiple seasons.  We are seeking anyone with a passion for local agriculture and a desire to engage in a rewarding outdoor job experience on a diverse team so if you think you’d like a work experience surrounded by passionate people and verdant plants we welcome your application!

We are currently accepting applications to start in May. Additional questions can be sent to work@agriberry.com.

To apply for the Harvester Position follow this link and fill out the corresponding application in the Form.

Harvest Supervisor

Currently accepting applications and interviewing for a May 2021 start. 

The Harvest Supervisor is a high level management role that oversees Agriberry’s harvest, mostly blackberries and raspberries. It is a seasonal full time position from May-October with a bonus based on harvest completion and yield.  This position is responsible for carrying out the day to day supervision, direction, training with an educational focus, and control of all activities, systems and processes related to plant care, integrated pest management (IPM) scouting, harvesting and records management with a can do attitude. This includes, but is not limited to, staffing, scheduling, delegation, management, and direct action. Also includes the direct or shared supervision and performance management of field staff utilizing Team Leads as support. Agriberry Farm regularly employees young (14+) harvesters and candidates should have strong educational leadership skills in addition to general organizational leadership skills and agricultural knowledge. The job description for this position  can be found here, please review it completely before completing your application.

The application for this position can be found here, please complete the application and submit a one-page cover letter outlining your capabilities, qualifications, and interest in this position to work@agriberry.com. If you have additional questions about this position, please email work@agriberry.com.

Harvest Team Lead

Currently interviewing and hiring for a mid May start.

The Harvest Team Lead role is a middle level management position with the shared responsibility to train, oversee, and manage the harvest team. Familiarity with Agriberry’s harvest systems and/or general agricultural field work are strongly encouraged. This role is seasonal full time, starting in Mid May to prepare for the upcoming harvest and harvest team and continuing, at minimum, through early/mid August and the opportunity to continue to the field team until end of season in November. This role is an excellent resume builder for those familiar with Agirberry’s harvest systems and a desire to demonstrate leadership in the workplace. The job description for this role can be found here. Please review it completely before filling out the application form, which can be found here.

 

Warehouse Associate/Driver

 This role is currently filled but we encourage interested parties to submit an application as seasonal turnover can open up slots and we appreciate having applicants on file. 

The job description for this role can be found here. This is designed as a multi-role position to fill a full time seasonal workload although if you are seeking part time work you can apply for one or the other of these positions. A good driving record is a must for the driving position as well as attention to detail and the ability to safely transport delicate cargo while maintaining quality. Driving responsibilities would begin in May for this position with interviews occurring in April. Please note your preference for position within the application, which can be found here. Additional questions can be sent to work@agriberry.com