Careers

Since 2011, Big Green has provided a real food education to students in underserved schools across the country. We have grown from a handful of Learning Gardens and a staff of five in our hometown of Boulder, Colorado, to over 400 schools and a growing team in Chicago, Los Angeles, Memphis, Indianapolis, and Denver.

 

Business Development Director – San Antonio

We’re searching for a Business Development Director to help us raise the funding to launch Big Green operations in San Antonio by June 2019. The ideal candidate has an existing network of potential donors, experience securing major gifts between $250,000 and $2.5 MM, and is an entrepreneurial, self-starter who is comfortable working with high-net worth individuals. Click here for a full job description.

 

Regional Program Assistant – Detroit

The Program Assistant’s primary responsibility is to support Big Green’s Program and help carry out the Edible Garden Initiative by working with schools’ Garden Teams to ensure they have the skills, materials, personnel and confidence to successfully grow vegetables and teach in their Learning Gardens. Click here for a full description.

 

Regional Project Manager – Memphis

The Project Manager is responsible for managing, coordinating and supervising the construction of garden-based outdoor classrooms from schematic design through final construction in a timely and economical way. Click here for a full job description.

 

Garden Educator – Fort Collins, CO

Team Colorado is currently seeking a part-time Garden Educator! The Garden Educator’s primary responsibility is to work with Big Green’s Program Team and serve as the main point of contact for +/- 15 local schools with Learning Gardens. They will be responsible for ongoing implementation, development, and evaluation of Big Green programming in the Fort Collins area. Click here for a full job description.

 

Garden Educator – Denver, CO

Team Colorado is currently seeking a full-time Garden Educator! The Garden Educator’s primary responsibility is to work with Big Green’s Program Team and serve as the main point of contact for +/- 30 local schools with Learning Gardens. They will be responsible for ongoing implementation, development, and evaluation of Big Green programming in the Denver metro area. Click here for a full job description.

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