Wolfe’s Neck Center is proud to have a well-trained, highly-qualified, and talented staff.

We seek individuals with a passion for sustainable agriculture, community, the environment, and outdoor recreation.

We hire individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences, including the natural sciences, agriculture, humanities and education.  We offer on-site housing for many of our seasonal education positions.  Please note in your cover letter if this is something that is of interest to you.

Our Campground hires seasonally, including staff for office, farm, and maintenance crew.  All campground positions require night and weekend availability, and work hours may vary each week based on capacity and inclement weather.  Campground positions are open to work-camper arrangements in exchange for partial/full campsite rental.  You can see full descriptions for all seasonal campground positions here. 

Year-Round Positions

Agricultural Research Coordinator

Seeking an individual to support the development of OpenTEAM as well as other on-farm research activities at Wolfe’s Neck Center.

OpenTEAM Global Coordinator and Community Facilitator

Seeking a qualified individual to coordinate a global community of technology development teams and agricultural networks. This person will aid in project leadership, facilitation, and support for OpenTEAM. The position is hosted by Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture & the Environment in Freeport, Maine.

Seasonal Opportunities

Research and Communications Intern
We are seeking a Research and Communications Intern for the 2020 season. The intern will be a key conduit for building awareness and community around soil health and agriculture’s role as a natural climate solution and contributing to the layering of these topics into the programs and dialogue already happening at Wolfe’s Neck Center.

Events Coordinator
Wolfe’s Neck Center seeks an Event Coordinator to oversee and manage our facilities rentals and fundraising events, ensuring that all events taking place here are enjoyable, safe, well-organized and represent the best the farm has to offer.

Community Programs Educators
Community Programs Educators are the face of WNC. Educators help engage visitors in formal and informal programs across the campus to enhance the visitor experience, while helping keep the public and our livestock safe and happy. Click Here to apply

Fruit & Vegetable Farming Internship
Gain hands-on experience in organic farming, diversifying farm revenues through programming and value-added production, and agricultural education. Interns will leave with a better understanding of various fruit and vegetable markets and production styles.

Farm Camp (Summer Day Camp)

Assistant Camp Director
The Assistant Camp Director (ACD) position provides leadership and guidance to our Farm Camp program. Click Here to apply

Farm Camp Counselor
Farm Camp Counselors are the heart of our summer day camp. They lead groups of youth through days full of farm-based fun and discovery. Click Here to apply

Campground, Farm Café, and Visitor Services

To apply, email your cover letter and resume to campground@wolfesneck.org. If you do not have a resume, please fill out our online Seasonal Employment Application.

Campground Office/Store Customer Service Representatives
Cheerful, friendly people with extensive customer service skills to welcome and provide superior service to our campers.

Farm Café – Food Preparation/Service
Outgoing, friendly people with a positive attitude and great customer service skills. Experience in food service and prep preferred.

Facilities & Campsite Cleaning and Maintenance
An independent, positive worker to maintain the shower/bath houses, out houses, cabins and campsites. Should enjoy working outdoors and having cheerful interactions with campers.

Campground Security
Individual to ensure campground safety. This position requires strong communication skills, good judgement, patience and an ability to deal calmly and appropriately with any difficulties that may arise.

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