Wednesday, September 30, 2015

We're Hiring!



Join the NCAT Team as

Director of our Northeast Office


NCAT seeks a motivated, enthusiastic sustainable agriculture specialist to serve as Director of our Northeast Regional Office.  This is a great opportunity for the right individual to increase NCAT’s service and visibility in Pennsylvania and surrounding states. The director must be experienced and skilled at building and developing relationships with sustainable and organic farmers and agriculture organizations as well as working with more conventional operations to develop sustainable practices.

The position is based in our office in Forty-Fort, Pennsylvania, and will promote NCAT’s projects and services throughout the Northeast as well as develop new mission-focused work in the region.

The position requires the equivalent of a MA/MS degree plus a minimum of seven years of increasingly responsible professional experience.  Personnel and project management experience is preferred, and experience in the practice and transfer of information on sustainable agriculture is required.

If you want to join a productive and energetic team working to promote sustainable agriculture, then apply today.  Visit our website for the full job description and to download an application package.

Questions? You can contact NCAT’s Human Resource Specialist Jerrid Burk at


Since 1976, NCAT has been helping people by championing small-scale, local and sustainable solutions to reduce poverty, promote healthy communities and protect natural resources. Find out more at or by calling 1-800-ASK-NCAT.


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