Working with JMLT
As an equal opportunity employer, recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce is a high priority for John Muir Land Trust. To apply for an open position, please submit a letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include the job title in the subject line of your email.
Current Job Openings
FAMILY HARVEST FARM APPRENTICE I
Apprentice I employees will be hired into a 6 to 12-month program designed to provide on-the-job training through a variety of farm tasks, including seed sowing and planting, bed preparation, irrigation, weeding, pest and crop management, harvest and post-harvest handling, bouquet making, and working with the public such as giving tours and leading volunteers on the farm. In addition, apprentices will participate in workshops focused on farming, life skills, and exploration of employment and educational pathways. more >>
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTOR
The Workforce Development Contractor is responsible for developing youths’ transferable employment skills and supporting a youth centered, strengths-based job training program that upholds trauma informed principals, teaches regenerative farming practices, and builds career and life skills that can be applied in future employment, education, and community settings. more >>
Students interested in gaining knowledge in the field of land conservation, stewardship, environmental education, and other aspects of the John Muir Land Trust are invited to inquire about internship opportunities designed to expand their knowledge and gain practical experience for the job market.