Check this page often for new postings in the Woodland area!

If you need help sifting through the postings or applying for a position please reach out to your Ag professors Dr. Candice Stafford-Banks  and Brandi Asmus

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  • Yolo Farm to Fork Garden Intern

  • American Conservation Experience

  • Field Operations Intern

  • Bayer Crop Science Vegetable Production Research Field Assistant-Summer Contractor

  • CCIA Seasonal Sunflower Inspector

    • California is the source of the highest quality hybrid sunflower seed worldwide and the vast majority of this seed is exported to Europe for planting as an oil crop.  The European Union requires that all sunflower seed planted be ‘certified seed.’  Certified seed is pedigreed seed that has been inspected by a 3rd party agency to assure that it meets minimum quality standards.  In California, the California Crop Improvement Association is the seed certification authority.  The individual being hired will be trained by CCIA staff.  Sunflower seed fields are inspected once prior to bloom, and twice during bloom.  During these inspections, the inspector will report: growth stage, isolation observations, frequency of off-type sunflowers, presence of other crops, presence of weeds, and presence of diseases.  This person may also be requested to inspect other seed crops if there is a need.Here is what we are looking for in potential applicants:• Available to work 40 hours a week (overtime may be required during bloom period) between May 15th and August 31st.  The busiest time will be June and July, with work tapering off in August. The time could be extended through September if there is a need and willingness to inspect other crops.• Has a CA driver’s license, automobile insurance, and access to a vehicle• Willingness to work independently after receiving training• Ability to work in field conditions.  Field conditions include walking on uneven terrain, working in hot temperatures, driving on farm roads, and being in the presence of honeybees.

      • Basic working knowledge of computers (a laptop will be provided for the season)

      • Willingness to ask questions when uncertain

      Benefits:

      • Hourly pay: $15.00

      • Mileage reimbursement: at the federal standard mileage rate

      • Lunch allowance of $10-$15/day

      Please submit cover letter and resume to Katy Soden at krsoden@ucdavis.edu

  • Unique opportunity to work in a greenhouse with coffee!

    • Frinj Coffee R&D is looking for help in their greenhouse for 10-12 hours a week spread over 2-3 days. A student interested in learning how to operate/manage an R&D greenhouse would be an ideal candidate for this job. The work will include: potting small and large plants, irrigation lines installation and repair, fertilization and pest treatments, and other routine tasks. Also, the student may get involved with vegetative propagation of coffee and other fruiting trees.  If you are interested please reach out to Professor Stafford-Banks at cstaffor@yccd.edu and I will connect you with the R&D manager.
  • Summer Internship with Martinez Orchards

  • Extra-Help Agricultural Services Assistant (multiple jobs: Bug trappers and field walkers)

  • Sunflower Field Scout with Corteva

  • Technical Intern with Cobram Estate Olives

  • Agricultural Field Technician (soils samples) with Dellavalle Laboratory Inc.

  • Temporary Summer Assitant with Corteva