Careers at the Farm
Interested in joining the Mount Hope Farm team? Listed below are our
open opportunities. If interested, please forward your cover letter and
resume to email@example.com
. Please be sure to note the position you are applying for in the subject line. No phone calls please.
Camp Wetu Director
New opening! This is a seasonal position part time in early Spring organizing the curriculum, preparing marketing materials and recruiting counselors, becomes full time before and during the camp season. Mount Hope Farm's Camp Wetu capitalizes on the history of our Farm, our animals and our fields and paths. Job description is here.
Events Staff are responsible for supporting venue operations during weddings; fundraising and special events at Mount Hope Farm. The Events Staff
will provide timely and proactive support in areas including but not
limited to traffic control; parking; security; set-up and breakdown of
event equipment as directed. This position requires professional
customer service; good communication skills and a solid work ethic.
Weekends and evenings are required for all Events Staff. Full Details
The Grounds Staff provide landscaping;
grounds and facility management support in maintaining the buildings,
grounds and landscape of Mount Hope Farm. This is a seasonal position
with a work schedule of 35-40 hours per week from April to November.
Grounds Staff will work in all weather conditions. This position will
work Monday through Friday, with flexibility as needed during peak
periods and/or special events. Grounds Staff report to the Farm Superintendent. Full Details
The Farm runs a 12-room Inn which serves an amazing country breakfast on weekends during the summer season. Our housekeeping staff is responsible for breakfast and for cleaning and flipping the rooms. If you are a fastidious, detail-oriented person who enjoys cleaning and interacting with people, please send a brief resume and cover letter to us.
The mission of the Mount Hope Trust
is to steward its land and structures, including the historic 1745
Governor Bradford House, to cultivate appreciation of its natural,
historic, and cultural character, and to make Mount Hope Farm available to all.