New York – SPACE on Ryder Farm hiring Chefs

Brewster, New York

SPACE on Ryder Farm is seeking Chefs for our 2017 Season

SPACE on Ryder Farm, an artist residency program housed on a working 130-acre organic farm in Brewster, New York, is seeking to engage experienced chefs for a minimum of two consecutive workweeks during the course of the 2017 season, which runs June through December. 

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Overview of Chef Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and serve three meals a day to residents, interns, staff and guests (average meal serves 10-24 people. Weekly average budget of $900).
  •  Craft your own menu that meets the specifications of the dietary restrictions of residents, exhibits your own personal flair and incorporates SPACE’s farm-fresh brand (it is critical that ingredients from the farm are incorporated in all meals)
  • Prepare orders from purveyors, do grocery shopping, and visit farming operation for fresh ingredients for all meals prepared
  • Mentor the intern corps (who will assist you and function as sous chefs)
  • Maintain a clean and sanitary kitchen, pantry and fridge

Minimum Qualifications

  • Comfortable cooking for a variety of dietary restrictions including, but not limited to: vegetarian, gluten-free, vegan, and carnivores alike
  • Minimum 1-year restaurant experience (FOH or BOH).
  • Comfortable with  farm-to-table style of cooking
  • An enthusiasm and passion for cooking and sharing food with large groups of people
  • Ability and interest in educating and mentoring the SPACE intern corps on meal planning and cooking

More about the position:

Compensation is $650.00 a week, payable according to all federal/state payroll practices. To Apply please email a letter of interest, résumé, two references and a three-day sample menu to

SPACE on Ryder Farm is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer 


Stone & Thistle Farm hiring Interns

East Meredith, New York

The internship provides a unique opportunity for experiencing grass-based livestock production, organic dairy and dairy production and agritourism.

The intern will experience all facets of the agricultural business, including production, management and marketing.  The internship provides education and experience in cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, poultry and rabbits and agricultural methods such as organic, rotational grazing and sustainable farming.  The internship also provides an opportunity to learn how to operate a goat dairy and produce bottled milk, yogurt and cheese. The internship allows the intern to interface with and educate the customer and the community through farmers markets, farm tours, on-farm programs and through Fable, the on-farm restaurant and Farm Stay.  Continue reading