Quail Springs holds a variety of programming on diverse subjects including: natural building, permaculture and farming, youth facilitation, and traditional land-based or craftsmanship skills. The Program Coordinator is an integral part of the Quail Springs program team. They work directly with the Program Director to manage and lead program communication, manage administrative functions, and lead on-the-ground logistics for programming. The Program Coordinator brings a minimum of 2 years of programming experience, including youth programming experience. They will bring ease and experience to managing staff, and will possess a high level of administrative and technological literacy. They are excited about being part of a land-based community and wish to contribute to farm and community tasks.
OPEN UNTIL POSITION FILLED
The Hosting and Volunteer Director is responsible for organizing and hosting site and farm tours, recruiting and managing work-trade volunteers, and organizing and hosting volunteer work-parties. They work closely with the core farm team to ensure that the work-trade volunteer needs of the farm are being met. They also work with the natural building staff and other staff teams to bring in work-trade volunteers as needed. The Hosting & Volunteer Director is responsible for all email and phone correspondence with guests and volunteers. They will be the point person for orienting and overseeing guests and volunteers onsite as well.
ROLLING ADMISSIONS: MAR 1 | JUN 1 | SEP 1 | DEC 1
Our work trade offering is a 3- to 6-month residency (with possibility of extension) at Quail Springs, grounded in community living and a work exchange with our holistic food systems. The experience provides extensive practical opportunities to sustain the day-to-day operations of a full-time functioning Permaculture farmstead, community, and education center. Learn how to deepen connection with yourself and others while acquiring practical skills and empowering the next steps in your journey.