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    UCSC Student Staff Positions

  • To view and apply for student staff positions, visit and search for the ER numbers listed below.
  • Field Student Manager Position - ER #7158

    The Field site at the UCSC Farm will be hiring one Field Student Manager position. This position is 30hrs/week, for the summer and 20hrs/week during the academic year. Work will start ASAP after the end of the spring 2019 quarter and go through the spring 2020 quarter. This position will be engaged in all aspects of our tractor-scale organic production and research including student intern management, UCSC food security production for pop up and food pantries, tractor driving, data collection, database management, weed whipping, and general production assistance. There will be occasional liaison activities with UCSC organizations and other UC campuses with student farms. Student staff are expected to attend regular FSWG (Food Systems Working Group) meetings. We highly prefer that you have participated in a minimum of two quarters of CASFS internships (in the Field or Gardens). Pay starts at $15/hr.  

    This position will be directly supervised by the CASFS Field Management Staff, Darryl Wong and Kirstin Yogg. To apply for the position, please submit a resume and cover letter detailing your interest to Darryl Wong ( and Kirstin Yogg (

  • Cowell Coffee Shop Staff - ER #7574

    The Cowell Coffee Shop is hiring site staff for the upcoming year. Student staff will be part of a dynamic team that will support the opening and operation of our food recovery and student success cafe located at the Cowell Coffee Shop. Selected applicants will undertake training and advisor support to become a contributing member to our efforts. Job duties will range from learning kitchen basics to fermentation, preservation, and farm to table culinary skills. No experience necessary, just a willingness to learn and passion for facilitating food access on campus.
  • CASFS Produce Pop-Up Coordinator - ER #13564

    Organic and sustainable produce is sourced from the on-campus farm CASFS and vendors from the Santa Cruz Farmers Markets. Under usual circumstances the coordinators are responsible for setting-up, hosting, and breaking down the pop-up stand, along with training and overseeing interns. However, with Covid-19 the produce pop-up will be doing food distributions in collaboration with the Slug Support Pantry. Furthermore, coordinators are a core member of the Food Systems Working Group, a student organization working on Food Systems issues on-campus and beyond.
  • Basic Needs & Food Systems Communications Coordinators

    ER numbers coming soon - contact CASFS Basic Needs Coordinator Margaret Bishop at if you are interested.

    We are looking for students with a passion for Basic Needs, food access, and food systems issues on-campus with experience in communications efforts to assist in promoting our efforts! We are looking for students with experience and knowledge of social media, e-newsletter creation, flyer-making, etc. 

  • Permanent Staff Positions

  • There are no openings at this time.