May 15- October 11, 2019
30 hours per week
The Land Steward at Knoll Farm is a jack-of-all-trades position, working outside, taking care of our buildings and 140 acres of fields and forest.
- general repairs and maintenance on buildings and yurts
- cutting and splitting firewood, forestry projects
- maintaining our hiking trails and improving access and signage
- helping in the orchards and fields, spreading mulch, repairing fences, weedwhacking and mowing
Ideal candidates will have significant experience with: operating tools such as chainsaws, brush hogs, and weed-whackers; repairing small engines, felling trees, splitting and stacking wood, using and sharpening hand tools like scythes and bow saws, trail building.
Our most successful Land Stewards are self-motivated, independent, and reliable with a strong work ethic and standards, excellent communication, a sense of humor and a deep appreciation for place-making in northern New England.
Housing can be provided and work will be 30-40 hours per week, $14.00 per hour.
Candidates should explain their experience and intention, carefully outlining experience with work objectives listed above.
If interested please fill out the application below. Please be sure to include a cover letter and resume. Thank you.
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