Jobs

Join our team to engage in building food equity

Cultivate Charlottesville is seeking applications for Summer Food Justice Intern Coordinator position as part of our City Schoolyard Garden Program’s summer programming. The Summer Food Justice Coordinator is primarily responsible for engaging youth ages 14-18 in leadership development, experiential garden experiences, and food justice advocacy leading our summer intern program. This is a seasonal, full-time position. Core functions include:

For more information about the position, including instructions on how to apply, download the position description.


Cultivate Charlottesville is seeking applications for an Organizational & Finance Systems Director as part of our Organizational, Systems and Structures Team. The Organizational & Finance Systems Director is primarily responsible for primarily responsible for creating and maintaining efficient and equitable organizational systems that build a culture of care, inquiry, and excellence among our team, maintaining high standards of financial records and accounting, and ensuring smooth organizational operations. Core functions include:

For more information about the position, including instructions on how to apply, download the position description.


Cultivate Charlottesville is seeking applications for the Food Justice Network Program Associate position as part of our Food Justice Network Program. The Food Justice Network Program Associate is a dynamic role primarily focused on advancing food equity in Charlottesville through supporting community advocacy efforts to build a healthy and just food system. Core functions include:

For more information about the position, including instructions on how to apply, download the position description.


Cultivate Charlottesville Food Justice Network is seeking a cohort of six neighbors to join our paid Summer 2022 Community Advocates Program.

Interested in applying for our summer Community Advocates program?


Cultivate Charlottesville is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage applications from BIPOC, bilingual and bicultural individuals, women, people who have experienced poverty, members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender communities, and from long-time Charlottesville residents. Applicants shall not be discriminated against because of race, color, veteran status, religion, gender, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, mental or physical disability, medical condition, national origin, ethnicity, political affiliation or, marital status, or any other characteristics protected under Federal or State laws or local ordinance. Reasonable accommodation will be made so that qualified applicants with disabilities may participate in the application process. Please advise in writing of special needs at the time of application. Cultivate staff strives to center racial equity in the decision-making process for all components of our work.

The Cultivate Charlottesville team recognizes the impact of systemic racism, individual bias, and white supremacy has on the Charlottesville community and all team members work to recognize, respond, and dismantle inequities in the work we do.