We’re always hiring good people. If you are a good fit, (find our values here) we’ll find a way to make a position open for you!
The Farm on Central is an 8-acre urban farm located in Southwest Ohio. We produce vegetables, flowers, berries and horticulture greenhouse products. We love to engage the community with lots of farm activities and events including our annual sunflower field. The Farm on Central is also an educational center and trial farm, with its sister company Growing Farmers being located onsite.
The farm grows for our year-round on-farm retail store located on a 12,000-car-a-day road, our CSA , wholesale and online orders with local delivery.
We believe that farming can be regenerative and profitable, that setting up your team for success with the right tools, systems, and processes will pay off in great efficiency, worker morale, and true sustainability. We believe that our people are our most important asset and are a part of our farm community. Learn about our Values Here
Looking to pick up some hours? Need to get out in the fresh air? Join us for will-call work when we need some “extra hands”!
We need volunteers from time to time for seasonal tasks that need a lot of hands. Click the button sign up, and watch our Facebook page for upcoming volunteer calls!
Ready for a more fulfilling career? Become a valued member of our flourishing team! Embark on an exciting journey with us as we cultivate dreams on our organic, suburban family farm. We have both indoor and outdoor jobs! Our passion drives us, and we’re eager to share that enthusiasm with you.
For these decision-making positions, please be aware that this application process delves deep into your background and aspirations, taking around 20-30 minutes to complete. Embrace the chance to join a dynamic community dedicated to making a difference!
The Farm on Central is seeking an enthusiastic, whole-food-focused culinary lead. This part- to full-time position will take the bounty produced by the farm and turn it into valued-added products such as salsas, pickles, salads, ferments and more!
This would be a 10-40 hour a week job, which at minimum would just process and invent new delicious things in the kitchen, and at maximum, would build a line of ready to eat meals from farm products. We pay competitively and provide profit-sharing!