Work at a Lavender Farm
The perfect summer job is waiting for you! The primary focus of this entry level position is prioritizing the enhancement of visitor experience through basic hospitality activity, retail sales, executing tours, assisting with events and even some agriculture work. Our goal is to grow the customer relationship with our farm through education, environment, and execution. The ideal candidate for this position is a positive-minded, friendly, enthusiastic individual who can be the “face” of the farm – exceptional people skills are a must.
Retail Sales Associate
Seasonal Part-Time or Full-Time
Lavender Hill Farm is looking for a dependable, outgoing, energetic, individual who is passionate about lavender, comfortable working with customers and loves to be part of a team. We are currently looking for employees interested in working retail during our summer season with a June start date. Must be 18!
“Great learning experience for students looking to learn about agriculture or the inner workings of a small business. Management allows interns to be hands on and values their opinions and suggestions.”
Indeed ReviewFormer Intern
“Honestly, one of the best jobs I’ve ever had! Everyone is pleasant, and everyone works hard to make sure guests have a pleasant experience on The Farm. Owners are very easy to get along with, as well as the other employees. Everyone works together to ensure the business is successful.”
Indeed ReviewFormer Employee
“I perform many different jobs at the Lavender Farm. I enjoy all of them. It is a very friendly place to work and I enjoy it very much. I am an ambassador for the farm which includes golf cart tours of the 33 acre farm, work in the beautiful gift shop, lots of events, including concerts, artisan markets, weddings, crafts, teaching tai chi classes and planting lavender classes. I educate and answer the many questions that visitors would like to know about, such as products, events as well as the many used of lavender and lavender essential oil which is made right at the farm.”