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Over the past decade, the National Young Farmers Coalition has become a leading voice for change in U.S. agriculture.

The National Young Farmers Coalition (Young Farmers) shifts power and changes policy to equitably resource a new generation of working farmers. We envision a just future where farming is free of racial violence, accessible to communities, oriented towards environmental well-being, and concerned with health over profit. Since our founding in 2010, we have grown our grassroots network to over 200,000 farmers and supporters and have won historic investments in beginning farmer training, outreach to farmers of color, farmland conservation, and accessible COVID relief.

We are expanding our team to help us achieve our bold vision for transformation in our agricultural system.

The National Young Farmers Coalition is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, age, religion, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, political orientation, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

We strongly encourage applications from people of color, people from working class backgrounds, women, LGBTQ people, or those who are members of other marginalized communities. Data shows that women and BIPOC candidates more frequently do not apply to a job because they don’t feel that they meet all of the qualifications listed. Our job descriptions are general overviews, not a mandatory comprehensive list. If you feel passionate about our efforts and believe that you have the skills to contribute to the growth of our organization, we want to hear from you!

All applicants must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. At this time, U.S.-based candidates are preferred for employment at Young Farmers to accommodate our core working hours.

To learn more about how we determine the salaries for our positions, check out our 2024 Salary Guidelines

Finance Director

Young Farmers is hiring for a Finance Director with broad finance experience including accounting, gathering and evaluating financial information, and making recommendations to the Senior Leadership. The ideal candidate will have experience managing the finance function of a nonprofit organization (accounting, budgeting, controls, and reporting) and know how to manage the evolution of these functions within a growing organization. They can think strategically about the business model of a nonprofit organization and demonstrate creativity to refine the everyday processes that make an organization work. They prioritize clarity and accuracy in all their communications, can translate financial reports into understandable narratives for a variety of stakeholders, and understand how to support organizational leadership by orienting financial reports around key insights and actionable decisions.  They can anticipate questions and are prepared with compelling arguments backed with detailed financial analysis. 

Young Farmers seeks to build a culture of financial transparency and shared budget ownership. The Finance Director will play a key role in developing processes, trainings, and tools that foster this culture and allow staff to effectively contribute to the collaborative budgeting and budget management process.   

Applications are due July 26. Learn more and apply here.

Farmer Mental Health Director

Starting in 2020, Young Farmers was selected by the Department of Agriculture as the lead grantee for the Northeast portion of Farmer Stress Assistance Network (FRSAN). FRSAN Northeast, rebranded as the more approachable “Cultivemos”,  is an inclusive network of service providers where diverse farming communities are connected to mental health and stress assistance programs. The Cultivemos Network consists of approximately 160 individuals from over 90 organizations providing services, from mental health assistance and stress wellness to financial literacy and farmland management. Through this network of service providers, Cultivemos offers annual trainings and workshops to farmers and farmer service providers, direct outreach services, peer groups, a resource clearinghouse, and a telephone hotline in Spanish and English that can help farmers and farmworkers facing challenges and acute crises. 

Young Farmers seeks a full-time Farmer Mental Health Director to play an integral role in project management to ensure the broad network of members, participants, and stakeholders align on this regional effort. The Farmer Mental Health Director will facilitate a broad coalition of partners and prioritize the needs of farming communities in this effort. The Farmer Mental Health Director will be responsible for managing relationships with new and existing Cultivemos organizational and individual members, connecting the Network to Young Farmers’ campaigns, develop and implement outreach and communication strategies, representing the Cultivemos in press and speaking opportunities and leading on all grant reporting for this project. They will represent Young Farmers in this Network effort and will work to make this network inclusive of all the region’s farming communities with a specific focus on BIPOC farmers and farmworkers.

Applications are due July 26. Learn more and apply here.

Development Director

Young Farmers seeks an experienced, creative, and proactive Development Director to join our team. The Development Director leads the development and fundraising work of Young Farmers, providing vision and guidance in the creation and implementation of fundraising strategies to raise $4.5 million annually across foundation, corporate and individual funders. The Development Director supervises a team of four development staff, and collaborates closely with Young Farmers’ executive, program, and finance staff. The Development Director will be responsible for day-to-day management and mentorship of the development team’s members in addition to strategic direction.

The Director will expand and diversify Young Farmers funder base and prospective funder relationships and work closely with senior management and staff to identify, solicit, and steward funding opportunities that align with our organizational goals and values. The Development Director will ensure that our fundraising and development plan meets our organizational funding needs, expands our network, and engages our funders. In addition to setting and monitoring key performance indicators for the development team, the Development Director will also manage a portfolio of principal funders and prospects (individuals, foundation, and corporate contacts) by regularly engaging this portfolio through meetings, calls, and email check-ins and timely and thorough follow up. The Development Director will also manage donor communications efforts including quarterly updates, annual direct mail appeal, mass email campaigns, and annual reports.

Applications are due August 4. Learn more and apply here.

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