About Steckle Heritage Farm
Welcome to the Farm in the City! Steckle Heritage Farm is an Educational Farm operated by a non-profit, community based organization dedicated to providing agricultural, environmental and cultural programs to children and families in the Region of Waterloo. Settled in 1833 by John and Esther (Bleams) Steckle, it has been designated a heritage property by the City of Kitchener. Steckle Heritage Farm is a unique working farm and educational centre dedicated to providing a combination of hands on farm experiences and educational programs to youth, their families and the community.
Farm Animal Caretakers
Main Function: Provide diligent care to farm animals
Reports to: Executive Director
Variable work environments with majority of time being spent out of doors. Moderate physical exertion in an outdoor environment with some repetitive movements is part of this position.
Hours of Work:
Two available positions:
Possibility may be extended through the winter months with fewer hours
Police Background Screen including Vulnerable Sector Check
Rate of Pay: $15.00/hour (position starts immediately)
To apply, send an email to Amy Bumbacco, Executive Director of Steckle Heritage Farm, at email@example.com outlining your interest and qualifications.
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Mar 13 2019 ID: 52067