FFLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, national origin, marital status, genetic information, veteran status, diverse ability, or any other characteristic protected under local, state or federal law.

Employee Benefits for Full-Time (30 hour/week or more) Employees


Please follow the specific instructions for each position listed below.

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Current FFLC Openings

POSITION TITLE: Administrative Assistant

RESPONSIBLE TO: Director of Equity, People, and Culture

HRS PER WK: 40 hours/week

CLASS: Non-exempt

SALARY: 20.50+ (DOE) [additional $1 bilingual differential for Spanish fluency]

BENEFITS: Eligible for health, vision, and dental insurance the first of the month following 30 days of employment with other benefits eligibility after a 90-day mutual introductory period is completed.

SUMMARY OF POSITION: Provide excellent customer service to all community members and to staff in a professional, enthusiastic, courteous and compassionate manner; answer and direct all calls, greet visitors, provide referrals, and convey information to the public. This position will also provide administrative support to FFLC staff.


HOW TO APPLY: Please submit both a resume and a cover letter to jobs@foodforlanecounty.org

The position will remain open until filled.

Our Youth Farm Summer Program is now accepting applications! The Youth Farm Summer Program will run from May 18 -September 28, and the Youth Farm schedule does not conflict with school schedules.

The Youth Farm offers its participants:

  • Educational activities, field trips, and guest speakers on gardening, nutrition, financial planning, and work readiness
  • Training in gardening, leadership, and teamwork
  • Access to fresh, organic fruits and vegetables
  • The opportunity to serve their community by growing nutritious food for low-income households
  • Healthy physical activity and opportunities to meet new people
  • About 20 hours of work per week at minimum wage

Participating at the Youth Farm is fun, fulfilling, and challenging!

If you are between the ages of 15-18, and interested in applying, please read all the documents attached below before you begin the application process.

Letter to Applicant

Youth Farm Application

Youth Farmer Reference

Consider making an impact at FFLC by volunteering! Check out our volunteer opportunities here.