Work With Us

Work with Us

Support sustainable food systems learning and growing by joining our team. Opportunities at the Centre for Sustainable Food Systems at UBC Farm range from working in food cultivation and biodiversity, research support, managing educational programming, and supporting our markets and sales.

Job Opportunities

Centre for Sustainable Food Systems at UBC Farm Staff Positions

QA Automation-Engineer

Litefarm is looking for a QA Automation Engineer interested in building technology to make the world a better place. LiteFarm is a free and open source AgTech app tailor-made to help small-scale, sustainable farmers make the right decisions about the health of their farm, their livelihood, their community, and the planet. We’re currently rolling the app out in a half dozen countries across North and South America and we have ambitious plans to reach more than 10,000 farmers in the next three years. Come be part of the solution and help us build on this momentum to make sustainable farming possible for farmers around the globe!

Position open until filled.

Student Work Learn Positions

Applications for Fall-Winter 2020 are now closed. Please check back in April 2021 for Summer Work Learn positions at the UBC Farm.

For-Credit Career Development Placements

All UBC students may apply for positions, interview, and – once accepted – enrol in LFS 496. Gain upper-level credits while learning from experts in the food system. Students will gain invaluable, hands-on, professional and research experience with the various opportunities on offer. Find out more about the program.
All positions for Fall 2020

Volunteer Program

Much of the great work that happens at the UBC Farm is made possible by the continued support of the farm’s dedicated volunteers. The UBC Farm volunteer program provides UBC students, staff, faculty members, and members of the wider community the chance to gain hands-on experience in many aspects of small-scale sustainable farming. Most volunteer opportunities are available during the main growing season (May-October).

Due to the ongoing response to COVID-19 in Canada and around the world, the UBC Farm is officially closed to the public and we have cancelled upcoming events. The volunteer program is also on hold for the time being. Orientations and volunteer shifts will not be scheduled until further notice. Please register as a volunteer to receive updates about the program.

Find out how to get involved.

Please visit the UBC Careers website for general campus employment information.