Current Openings

Technology Project Facilitator

OpenTEAM is seeking a Technology Project Facilitator. The ideal candidate should have a proven track record of leading technical development projects with a distributed team, excellent communication skills, an interest in regenerative and sustainable agriculture. Candidates should also have a deep understanding of best web practices, mobile products, and digital strategies. Familiarity with distributed architectures, APIs, libraries, and related services to help facilitate documentation and communication across the OpenTEAM ecosystem is also a plus. This position is envisioned to be full-time and reports to the OpenTEAM Director & Research Director at Wolfe’s Neck Center.

Research and Communications Intern

To support the development of OpenTEAM, we are seeking a Research and Communications Intern for the 2021 season. The intern will ideally be an undergraduate or graduate student who will work at Wolfe’s Neck Center for 12 weeks during the summer, from June through August. Using WNC’s organic fruit and vegetable plots, greenhouses, pastures, and orchards as their laboratory, the intern will serve as a critical, place-based researcher of the OpenTEAM initiative. The intern will be a key conduit for building awareness and community around soil health and agriculture’s role as a natural climate solution and contributing to the layering of these topics into the programs and dialogue already happening at Wolfe’s Neck Center.