The Whidbey Institute is seeking an individual to join the Place Team in a part-time position. The Place Team is responsible for the upkeep and care of the land and facilities on our 106-acre conservation forest campus and trail system.
This is a non-exempt position, working 12 to 15 hours per week over two to four days (Monday through Thursday) with scheduling flexibility. This is a physically demanding position.
Starting wage is $22 per hour, increasing to $24 per hour upon satisfactory completion of a three-month trial period.
The person in this position will assist the Place Team with a wide variety of maintenance tasks including weed whacking, mowing, noxious weed removal, trail work, gutter cleaning, power washing, and helping to prepare the campus for retreats. They will be comfortable working both independently and in collaboration with the team.
ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND STRUCTURE:
We operate by self-governance, with distributed authority. Our system relies upon each of us to sense and respond to challenges, tensions, and opportunities with creativity, nimbleness, and whole-hearted presence. We value open communication, inclusivity, equity, and self-reflection. The Whidbey Institute is a purpose-driven organization and a home for ongoing inquiry, learning, and transformation in response to the unprecedented challenges of our time.
- Whidbey Institute is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants of diverse backgrounds and life experiences are encouraged to apply.
- Position open until filled.
- Qualified applicants are invited to send a letter of interest, standard application, and optional resumé to [email protected].
- Access the standard application here: https://www.betterteam.com/downloads/job-application-form-template-download-standard-20170814.pdf