Join Our Team in 2020!

Become A Part of Our Esteemed Crew at Morton’s Warm Springs

TO APPLY FOR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS…

Email your 1) cover letter; 2) resume; AND 3) contact information for three references to: laurie@mortonswarmsprings.com. Include the position name you are applying for in the subject line of the email (e.g “Applying for Cafe Co-Manager”).

Resumes without cover letters & references will not be considered! However, you can simply write an email introducing yourself & telling us why you’d like to work here as your cover letter! Also familiarize yourself with our website: www.mortonswarmsprings.com.

We are committed to creating and supporting equal opportunities for all qualified individuals, especially those who have been traditionally and systemically marginalized in our dominant culture. We strongly welcome and are committed to creating a safe space for individuals of any age, race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, color, national origin, ancestry, spiritual belief, as well as all other categories protected by law.

Current Open Positions at Morton’s Warm Springs:

CAFE CO-MANAGER

FACILITIES TECHNICIAN

OPERATIONS SPECIALIST (Admin/Mktg.)

LIFEGUARDIAN

GATE GUARDIAN

CAFE STAFF / BARISTA

FARM & GARDEN MANAGER (coming soon!)



CAFE CO-MANAGER

For our 2020 season we will be accepting applications for the Cafe Co-Manager position up until Friday, April 17th, 2020, with a start date no later than Saturday, May 2nd, 2020. 

Working at the Springs – Cafe Co-Manager Position
We are seeking a Cafe Co-Manager for our seasonal, poolside cafe and coffee bar, which serves visitors coming to Morton’s during our public season (weekends in May & September; and Fridays-Sundays in June, July & August). While in no way required, our ideal person for Cafe Co-Manager would be someone who is also interested in a future possibility of year-round stewardship, community residence and full member participation here at the Springs. For example, if after an initial 1-2 year trial period a deeper relationship is mutually desired, the Cafe Co-Manager may be invited into either a residential seasonal stewardship position (April-October only), or into a residential year-round stewardship position, the latter of which includes playing a role in off-season business planning, projects, community practices, and co-evolving our broader vision and mission.

Job Summary
The Cafe Co-Manager helps to manage and implement all aspects of our seasonal poolside cafe and has a close relationship with our Morton’s staff and the Core Team and Stewards ring. The required hours for this role will be flexible according to the season and the needs of the cafe, but it is expected to flex between periods of part-time (21-29 hrs/wk) and full-time (30+ hrs/wk), especially between the shoulder season months of May & September and the high season months of June, July and August. While the regularly scheduled days for this position have some flexibility, our cafe is busiest on weekends and includes necessary prep & restocking/ordering on both Mondays & Thursdays. Thus, we have found that this position requires working THURSDAYS, MONDAYS AND at least ONE WEEKEND DAY/WEEK, e.g. Saturday AND/OR Sunday (some travel and/or flexibility is fine). Additional days beyond this schedule may be possible as well (e.g. shifts on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays) but those would be only in addition to the aforementioned 3-day/week minimum required to cover our weekends.

Our Cafe Co-Manager is someone with culinary, restaurant, banquet and/or signifiant commercial food service experience, and who can manage an entire (small but mighty) operation from start to finish with support from other management-level staff. We’re looking for someone who enjoys fleshing out a simple, farm fresh, cost-effective and culturally bridging/inclusive menu, while feeling adept at setting/managing a budget and coordinating necessary improvements, permitting and inspections. The right fit for this role is someone who loves talking with customers and working shifts behind the counter while guiding a small team of server/baristas to co-create an easeful, fun and inspiring atmosphere.

For this position you must be a self-starter committed to healthy communication skills and team-building. Some other plusses include being a proponent for healthy, organic eating; a strong supporter of local farms & food-shed movement and excited to connect and build relationships with local food makers. Also a dedication to superb customer service and always looking for ways to improve our guests’ experience is critical.

Primary Responsibilities

Co-managing and coordinating all aspects of work in the cafe, including but not limited to:

  • Co-managing and tracking the cafe budget as well as weekly inventory, ordering, stocking/supplies & vendor/farmer relations
  • Co-managing staffing schedule for all cafe workers & volunteers
  • Working cafe shifts, primarily in food prep, but also in all other areas such as serving, cleaning, bussing, cashier, barista, etc.
  • Co-pointing research, development & implementation for select cafe improvement projects
  • Coordinating and supporting cafe staff through mentorship, training & cooperative management practices
  • Acting as a liaison between the cafe, the farm/garden and the steward community, as needed
  • Participating in catering/food service needs for occasional programs, special events or large group reservations
  • Participating in staff meetings and serving on appropriate advisory committees, as needed

Qualifications

  • At least one (1) year of experience as either a manager or assistant manager of a cafe, kitchen or as a food service professional of some kind; however, we will consider less experience if you are extremely capable and can show a solid track record with other applicable areas of experience
  • Adept at sustained attention to detail, consistency and precision, while being able to tend to and keep the whole cafe system in mind
  • Excellent record-keeping skills, email and computer literacy with proficiency in Word, Excel, and Google Docs
  • Ability to maintain and ensure cleanliness & safety for all cafe staff & patrons with adherence to health department rules and regulations
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, confidence to be self-motivated and self-managing and have the ability to work both independently and collectively
  • Commitment to organic, sustainable food movement and slow food philosophies with a passion for farm-fresh food and healthy eating
  • Experience or enthusiasm for training and educating staff and coordinating volunteers
  • Strong enthusiasm for our mission and service work to create just and sustainable communities
  • Ability to lift 30+ pounds and good CA DMV record
  • Fluency in Spanish is not required but a huge plus!
  • Minimum availability: May 2 to mid-October, 2020; flexibly 21-30+ hours/week, including at least one (1) weekend day

Compensation
Hourly pay is DOE, ranging $15-$25 for this 5-6 month paid position averaging 21-30+ hrs/wk. EXTRA PERKS: In addition to pay, every current staff member enjoys a free Family Membership (a $400-600 value) as well as free drinks and one free cafe shift meal on all the days that the cafe is open.

Also, there may be optional enrichment opportunities in the form of workshops and/or trainings that are open for staff participation. When this happens, we reserve a few spots for any staff who would like to participate at a reduced cost, and sometimes we even may be able to provide a full subsidy for staff participation (depending on the cost of the program). Lastly, candidates for this position must provide their own housing offsite, however a live/work position could become possible in the future as part of a different reciprocity package.

 



FACILITIES TECHNICIAN

For this Facilities Technician position we are looking for one or two people to start right away, but as we have some facilities coverage already, these positions may not fill until we find just the right folks. If you see this position still listed, that means we are still looking!

Working at the Springs – Facilities Technician Position

We are seeking a Facilities Technician at the Springs. Our ideal Facilities Tech person would be someone who is also interested in the future possibility of year-round stewardship, community residence and full member participation here at the Springs. For example, if after an initial 1-2 year trial period a deeper relationship is mutually desired, the Facilities Tech may be invited into either a residential seasonal stewardship position (April-October only), or into a residential year-round stewardship position, the latter of which includes playing a role in off-season business planning, projects, community practices, and co-evolving our broader vision and mission.

Job Summary
The Facilities Technician helps to guide and implement all aspects of maintaining, repairing and improving the facilities on the land, and has a close working relationship with Morton’s staff and the Core Team and Stewards ring. The required hours for this role will shift according to the season and the needs of the land and springs, but it is expected to flex between periods of part-time (7-14 hrs/wk) to full-time (32 hrs/wk).

Our Facilities Technicians are people with building, carpentry/woodworking, plumbing, electrical and/or signifiant facilities maintenance experience, and who are ready to ply their trade on a team working to bring our aging facilities up to a new level of beauty and functionality. We’re looking for someone who enjoys the quality and creative details of their craft, while feeling adept at setting/working within a budget and coordinating necessary improvements, permitting and inspections. The right fit for this role is someone who also loves frequently working with and guiding a team of volunteers (both skilled and unskilled) to co-create a fun, can-do project atmosphere.

For this position you must be a self-starter committed to healthy communication and team-building and always looking for ways to improve our guests’ experience. Also, being committed to co-creating legacy-quality built environments that interact with the natural ecology we are embedded in is critical. Some other plusses include being a proponent for green building practices, creative repurposing and creating low-to-net zero energy environments; a strong supporter of the DIY movement; and excited to connect and build relationships with both local suppliers and our Sonoma County Planning & Resource Management Department (PRMD). Some interest or expertise in landscape, permaculture, grounds, gardening, and/or forest management is a plus but not necessary.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Co-managing and coordinating all aspects of maintaining, repairing and improving the Springs facilities
  • Inspects and coordinates repairs/scheduled maintenance for all buildings, built spaces and equipment
  • Managing and coordinating all facilities improvement projects
  • Co-managing on-site workshops and supplies, and local supplier relationships
  • Co-managing the Facilities Budget
  • Coordinating and supporting staff and volunteers using self-management practices
  • Working as a liaison between the Facilities and Springs Systems teams, the Community, and the County PRMD (as needed)
  • Coordinating facilities needs for programs and public rentals when appropriate
  • Assisting and working at annual Morton’s socials and events
  • Participating in community and Morton’s staff meetings and serving on appropriate advisory committees

Required Qualifications

  • At least two (2) years of professional experience working in construction, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, or a similar applied trade
  • Familiarity with & capacity to adhere to the rules & regulations of county health, fire, building & planning departments
  • Experience or enthusiasm to work with paid subcontractors and coordinating/educating volunteers
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Passion for quality craftsmanship, green building, creative re-use/repurposing and low-to-net zero energy environments
  • Confidence to be self-motivated and self-managing and have the ability to work both independently and collectively
  • Ability to lift 40+ pounds and good CA DMV record
  • Proficient record-keeping skills with email & computer literacy (Word, Excel, and Google Docs)
  • Have enthusiasm for our greater mission and service work to create wellbeing and build just and sustainable communities
  • Availability between: April 30th – October 31st, 2020, flexibly 7-32 hours/week and including some weekends

Compensation
Hourly pay is DOE, ranging $15-$25 for this 6 month paid position averaging 7-32 hours/week. In addition to pay, every current staff member enjoys a free Family Membership (a $400-600 value) as well as free drinks and one free shift meal on all the days that the cafe is open.

Also, there may be optional enrichment opportunities in the form of workshops and/or trainings that are open for staff participation. When this happens, we reserve a few spots for any staff who would like to participate at a reduced cost, and sometimes we even may be able to provide a full subsidy for staff participation (depending on the cost of the program). Lastly, candidates for this position must provide their own housing offsite, however a live/work position could become possible in the future as part of a different reciprocity package.

 



OPERATIONS SPECIALIST (Administrative/Marketing)

Working at the Springs – Operations Specialist Position
We are seeking 1-2 Operations Specialists to work in the office at the Springs. Though not at all required, our ideal Operations Specialist may be someone who is also interested in the future possibility of year-round stewardship, community residence and/or a fuller member participation here at the Springs.

An Operation Specialist is an essential part of our “Ops” Sphere, which is the hub connecting and organizing all our activities across both the business and community. You would be coming in to work alongside three other year-round Ops people who all thrive thinking about the big picture while taking care of daily operational details. This position is initially a trial position for 4-6 months, and if it’s a great mutual fit you’ll have the opportunity to return each summer to co-create and further customize a professional and community role tailored to your unique experience and passions. Then, if after completing an initial 1-2 year seasonally-returning paid position like this, an even deeper relationship is mutually desired, an Operations Specialist may be invited into full live/work residence here, either as a seasonal steward (April-October only) or as a year-round steward, the latter of which plays an additional role in off-season business planning, projects, community practices, and co-evolving our broader vision and mission.

Job Summary
An Operations Specialist supports and collaborates on all manner of operational work, including but not necessarily limited to: overall business & project strategy; group bookings & reservations; membership & programs administration; human resources, staff training & scheduling; outreach strategy, online marketing (web/social/email), and traditional marketing (local journalism, print); special event planning & orchestration; bookkeeping & accounting; occasional fundraising & grant writing support; and various other special research projects.

Therefore, our ideal candidate for Operations Specialist is someone who has strength, experience and/or interest in business management & administration, organizational strategy, development & leadership, as well as digital marketing & outreach. Experience in creative/alternative fundraising, nonprofits and grant writing is also a plus. An Ops Specialist is generally people-oriented and enjoys connecting and building relationships with local community, groups, media and agencies. They are also someone who is highly digital savvy and detail-oriented, yet able to keep the whole community and business system in mind. Our ideal Ops candidate is a true optimist at heart but with a realistic sobriety tempered through hard-earned business, community and/or life experiences. And while they may have dealt with many real-world limitations and challenges, they still emerge hopeful each new day and ready to roll up their sleeves to build a more beautiful world that our hearts know is possible.

The required hours for this role will shift according to the season, but it is expected to be part-time and flex between periods of 14-31 hrs/wk, based on the needs of the business & community and your availability. Ideally one regularly scheduled day per week should also be on the weekend, either Saturday & Sunday (some travel and/or flexibility is fine), and some remote/at-home and self-directed work may become a later possibility for the right candidate for some of their hours.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Administration & coordination support for most, if not all, aspects of business & community organizational life
  • Primary administration for two or more (2+) areas of operations based on interest/experience & availability (e.g. reservations, memberships,
  • marketing, accounting, HR, events, strategy and/or leadership dev., etc.).
  • Answering emails, tracking correspondence, and coordinating calendars/shift schedules
  • Attending weekly business strategy / operational meetings
  • Covering lunch shifts for those working the Gate (e.g. serving as Gate Guardian for between 1/2 to 1-hour each shift)
  • Opening & closing duties (daily logs, deposits, etc.)
  • Assisting and working at annual Morton’s socials and events
  • Participating in ad hoc advisory committees where appropriate

Required Qualifications

  • 2+ years of experience in business management & administration, organizational strategy, development & leadership, and/or digital marketing & outreach. Experience in creative/alternative fundraising, nonprofits and grant writing/communications is also a plus.
  • Excellent record-keeping & tracking skills, and detail-oriented, yet able to keep the big picture in mind
  • Computer & web literate, highly proficient in Word, Excel, and Google Business Suite (Google Docs). Social media & photography skills a plus.
  • Enjoys connecting and building relationships with local community, groups and agencies
  • Confidence to be self-motivated and self-managing with the ability to work both independently and collectively
  • Ability to lift 30+ pounds, has good CA DMV record
  • Has enthusiasm for our mission and work to create just and sustainable communities
  • Availability between: April 1st – October 31st, 2020, flexibly 14-31 hours/week and ideally including one weekend day

Compensation
Hourly pay is DOE, ranging $14-$20 for this initial 4-6 month part-time position, working an average of 14-31 hours/week.

In addition to pay, every current staff member enjoys a free Family Membership (a $400-600 value) as well as free drinks and one free shift meal on all the days that the cafe is open.

Also, there may be optional enrichment opportunities in the form of workshops and/or trainings that are open for staff participation. When this happens, we reserve a few spots for any staff who would like to participate at a reduced cost, and sometimes we even may be able to provide a full subsidy for staff participation (depending on the cost of the program). Lastly, candidates for this position must provide their own housing offsite, however a live/work position could become possible in the future as part of a different reciprocity package.

 



LIFEGUARDIAN

Working at the Springs – Lifeguardian Position
Morton’s Warm Springs is hiring a few select people to join our amazing Lifeguardian team this upcoming summer season! (Positions with shifts working in both our Cafe and as a Gate Guardian are also open for qualified applicants.) Part-time positions available for the duration of our guest season, which begins May 2nd and runs until September 30th.

Job Summary
WHY A “LIFEGUARDIAN?” Being a part of the Lifeguardian team here at the Springs is very different from having a typical “lifeguard job.” We are seeking a few mature, dedicated people who can carry our larger vision and partner with us in our work revitalizing these springs.

WE CAN TRAIN & CERTIFY YOU AS A RED CROSS LIFEGUARD! If you are a strong swimmer but are not already lifeguard certified, we can pay for your certification. Attending and passing the certification training course, or having a previous valid certification, is a requirement for this position and for certification reimbursement.
** NOTE: Our first of only two Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Courses will be here at Morton’s on Friday, Saturday & Sunday of April 10/11/12. For more info or to reserve your spot visit: tinyurl.com/Lifeguard-Cert-Registration **

Primary Responsibilities
Our Lifeguardians protect and advocate for the safety and wellbeing of all who come here and set foot in these waters; they share a deep love of natural geothermal springs, habitat and ecosystems and feel a call to protect them; they are service-oriented and apply their strong skills of communication and cultural literacy in the art of inviting all our guests into a deeper and more caring relationship with our mineral springs, our grounds, each other, and our own bodies and health. Lifeguardians also enjoy the meditative and aware state it takes to watch the water well, and invite guests into more mindful awareness of their surroundings as well. And as our first line of emergency response, a Lifeguardian is also highly trained to both prevent incidents and, if ever needed, to respond immediately and effectively with lifesaving interventions in a chain of care.

Being a part of our Lifeguardian team also means learning basic operations of the Springs systems, working on creative projects to improve guest and staff experience, practicing self-organizing leadership and participatory decision-making. Those who prove to be a great match with our team and who share deep alignment with our long-term revitalization efforts will have the opportunity to continue on with us year after year and develop their own multi-role position within the organization based on their interests and aptitudes. Our Lifeguardian team really sets the tone on the deck every day. And because they’re so central to our guest experience and to ensuring both our natural and human environments remain safe and healthy for all to enjoy, we offer competitive pay, reimbursement on certification, paid trainings and extra perks that are amazing!

Required Qualifications
• A strong swimmer who loves working outside
• Outgoing and service-oriented with rockstar communication skills
• Love taking the initiative AND are good with follow-through
• Highly responsible and can take charge in a high-pressure situation when needed
• A passionate advocate for protecting natural ecosystems/habitat/health
• Curious, open-minded and appreciative of both giving & receiving feedback & ideas
• Team-oriented yet comfortable working solo and “owning the pool deck” on your own

Compensation
Compensation is $14-16/hour. In addition to pay, every current staff member enjoys a free Family Membership (a $400-600 value) as well as free drinks and one free shift meal on all the days that the cafe is open.

Also, there may be optional enrichment opportunities in the form of workshops and/or trainings that are open for staff participation. When this happens, we reserve a few spots for any staff who would like to participate at a reduced cost, and sometimes we even may be able to provide a full subsidy for staff participation (depending on the cost of the program). Lastly, candidates for this position must provide their own housing offsite, however a live/work position could become possible in the future as part of a different reciprocity package.

 



GATE GUARDIAN

Working at the Springs – Gate Guardian Position
We’re seeking people for our Cafe Staff / Barista positions starting in May for our growing seasonal, organic poolside cafe and coffee bar! Morton’s Warm Springs serves visitors coming during our public season (cafe is open Fridays-Sundays in June/July/August, and Saturdays & Sundays only in May & September).

Our ideal Cafe Staff person is someone who is interested in working every season at the Springs, and, if after an initial trial period positions are available for our full 5-month season, from May-September, either part-time or full-time, as desired.

Job Summary
Cafe Staff help to manage and implement all aspects of our seasonal poolside cafe and have a close relationship with the other Morton’s summer staff & Stewards. They perform a variety of tasks, from preparing the food, stocking supplies, serving, charging people for their food, handling cash, credit cards, and a cash register, cleaning tables and counters, resetting tables, greeting customers, and answering questions. Speed, accuracy, stamina, and stellar customer service skills are a must!

The available hours for this part-time position are on either Fridays, Saturdays and/or Sundays in June, July and August between the hours of 9am and 8pm, with 6-7 hour shifts (you could work earlier or later shifts, as needed). In May and September its Saturdays & Sundays ONLY. After September, we close down for the winter.

Our Cafe staff all have some culinary, restaurant and/or commercial food experience, and want to grow their skills running an entire (small but mighty) operation from start to finish. We’re looking for someone who is enlivened to serve simple, organic and culturally-inclusive food, while feeling comfortable doing anything from preparing and plating food to bussing and washing dishes. They are also committed to great customer service and always looking for ways to improve our guests’ experience. For this position you must be a self-starter committed to healthy communication and team-building. Some other huge plusses include being bilingual in Spanish; a strong supporter of local farms & food-shed movement, and someone who loves all things health and wellness-related.

Primary Responsibilities
• Assist with all aspects of work in the cafe including but not limited to: food prep, serving, cleaning, bussing, cashier, barista, etc.
• Participate in catering/food needs for special programs and public rentals when appropriate
• Assist and work at annual Morton’s socials and events
• Availability: May to September, 7-28 hours/week including at least 1-2 weekend days

Required Qualifications
• Some experience in a cafe, kitchen or other catering professional
• Commitment to organic sustainable food, passion for farm-fresh food and commitment to healthy eating
• Ability to adhere to health department standards and regulations
• Possesses valid food handler’s certification or willing to become certified online within 1 month of employment
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills (fluency in Spanish a plus)
• Confidence to be self-motivated and self-managing and have the ability to work both independently and collectively
• Ability to lift 30+ pounds plus have a good CA DMV record
• Computer & email literacy, including Google Docs & online calendars for scheduling
• Have enthusiasm for our Morton’s mission to create just and sustainable communities in service to the healing of ourselves and our planet

Compensation

Compensation is $13-15/hour, DOE. In addition to pay, every current staff member enjoys a free Family Membership (a $400-600 value) as well as free drinks and one free shift meal on all the days that the cafe is open.

Also, there may be optional enrichment opportunities in the form of workshops and/or trainings that are open for staff participation. When this happens, we reserve a few spots for any staff who would like to participate at a reduced cost, and sometimes we even may be able to provide a full subsidy for staff participation (depending on the cost of the program). Lastly, candidates for this position must provide their own housing offsite, however a live/work position could become possible in the future as part of a different reciprocity package.

 



CAFE STAFF / BARISTA

Working at the Springs – Cafe Staff / Barista Position
We’re seeking people for our Cafe Staff / Barista positions starting in May for our growing seasonal, organic poolside cafe and coffee bar! Morton’s Warm Springs serves visitors coming during our public season (cafe is open Fridays-Sundays in June/July/August, and Saturdays & Sundays only in May & September).

Our ideal Cafe Staff person is someone who is interested in working every season at the Springs, and, if after an initial trial period positions are available for our full 5-month season, from May-September, either part-time or full-time, as desired.

Job Summary
Cafe Staff help to manage and implement all aspects of our seasonal poolside cafe and have a close relationship with the other Morton’s summer staff & Stewards. They perform a variety of tasks, from preparing the food, stocking supplies, serving, charging people for their food, handling cash, credit cards, and a cash register, cleaning tables and counters, resetting tables, greeting customers, and answering questions. Speed, accuracy, stamina, and stellar customer service skills are a must!

The available hours for this part-time position are on either Fridays, Saturdays and/or Sundays in June, July and August between the hours of 9am and 8pm, with 6-7 hour shifts (you could work earlier or later shifts, as needed). In May and September its Saturdays & Sundays ONLY. After September, we close down for the winter.

Our Cafe staff all have some culinary, restaurant and/or commercial food experience, and want to grow their skills running an entire (small but mighty) operation from start to finish. We’re looking for someone who is enlivened to serve simple, organic and culturally-inclusive food, while feeling comfortable doing anything from preparing and plating food to bussing and washing dishes. They are also committed to great customer service and always looking for ways to improve our guests’ experience. For this position you must be a self-starter committed to healthy communication and team-building. Some other huge plusses include being bilingual in Spanish; a strong supporter of local farms & food-shed movement, and someone who loves all things health and wellness-related.

Primary Responsibilities
• Assist with all aspects of work in the cafe including but not limited to: food prep, serving, cleaning, bussing, cashier, barista, etc.
• Participate in catering/food needs for special programs and public rentals when appropriate
• Assist and work at annual Morton’s socials and events
• Availability: May to September, 7-28 hours/week including at least 1-2 weekend days

Required Qualifications
• Some experience in a cafe, kitchen or other catering professional
• Commitment to organic sustainable food, passion for farm-fresh food and commitment to healthy eating
• Ability to adhere to health department standards and regulations
• Possesses valid food handler’s certification or willing to become certified online within 1 month of employment
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills (fluency in Spanish a plus)
• Confidence to be self-motivated and self-managing and have the ability to work both independently and collectively
• Ability to lift 30+ pounds plus have a good CA DMV record
• Computer & email literacy, including Google Docs & online calendars for scheduling
• Have enthusiasm for our Morton’s mission to create just and sustainable communities in service to the healing of ourselves and our planet

Compensation

Compensation is $13-15/hour, DOE. In addition to pay, every current staff member enjoys a free Family Membership (a $400-600 value) as well as free drinks and one free shift meal on all the days that the cafe is open.

Also, there may be optional enrichment opportunities in the form of workshops and/or trainings that are open for staff participation. When this happens, we reserve a few spots for any staff who would like to participate at a reduced cost, and sometimes we even may be able to provide a full subsidy for staff participation (depending on the cost of the program). Lastly, candidates for this position must provide their own housing offsite, however a live/work position could become possible in the future as part of a different reciprocity package.

 



FARM & GARDEN MANAGER (coming soon!)

Working at the Springs – Farm & Garden Manager Position
We’re seeking a single person or a couple to head up our 1/4 acre organic farm & garden. This position would ideally officially begin somewhere between January to early February of 2021. Morton’s Warm Springs serves visitors coming during our public season.

Our ideal Farm & Garden Manager is someone who is… TBD

Job Summary
List of what they do TBD…

The ideal days/hours for this part-time/full-time position are TBD…

Basic summary of qualifications are TBD… For this position you must be a self-starter committed to healthy communication and team-building. Some other huge plusses include being bilingual in Spanish; a strong supporter of local farms & food-shed movement, and someone who loves all things health and wellness-related.

Primary Responsibilities
• TBD
• Minimum availability: February 1 to October 31st, 2021 with X-X hours/week

Required Qualifications
• TBD
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills (fluency in Spanish a plus)
• Confidence to be self-motivated and self-managing and have the ability to work both independently and collectively
• Ability to lift 30+ pounds plus have a good CA DMV record
• Computer & email literacy, including Google Docs & online calendars for scheduling
• Have enthusiasm for our Morton’s mission to create just and sustainable communities in service to the healing of ourselves and our planet

Compensation

Compensation is $XX/hour, DOE. In addition to pay, every current staff member enjoys a free Family Membership (a $400-600 value) as well as free drinks and one free shift meal on all the days that the cafe is open.

Also, there may be optional enrichment opportunities in the form of workshops and/or trainings that are open for staff participation. When this happens, we reserve a few spots for any staff who would like to participate at a reduced cost, and sometimes we even may be able to provide a full subsidy for staff participation (depending on the cost of the program). Lastly, candidates for this position must provide their own housing offsite, however a live/work position could become possible in the future as part of a different reciprocity package.