Our recently advertised roles have closed.
We’ll advertise new roles here, on our Facebook page and through our newsletter as they become available.
Are you interested in coming to work for Green Connect?
If you are a former refugee or under 25 (or both), and interested in working in fair food or waste recovery, we’d love to hear from you.
If you’re interested in working for us, but don’t fit this criteria, we’re keen to hear why our supported program is a good fit for you, or how your skills are good fit for Green Connect.
To tell us you’re interested, please fill in our short expression of interest form.
We have a program designed for under 25 year olds who are not currently employed or in education and who want to do work that matters, within a team that genuinely supports each other and gives everyone a chance. We offer training, work experience on the Green Connect farm, support and paid work when you’re ready.
Let us know you’re interested and sign up for an information session here.
Green Connect draws on the skills, commitment and generosity of volunteers to:
We welcome new volunteers at specific times throughout the year to provide briefing, screening and induction. If you would like to be notified when recruitment opens or if suitable opportunities become available before that time, please fill in our short expression of interest form.
We also run a quarterly Farm Blitz and Community Day. Join the rest of the community on our farm to see what we do, work the land and share a meal. The next Farm Blitz and Community Day is on 17 March 2018. See our Facebook page for more details.
Buying from us is the best way to get involved and support our work.
We grow and sell fruit, vegetables, herbs and free range meat from our Fair Food farm, through weekly fruit and vegetable boxes, one-off meat orders and commercial arrangements with cafes, restaurants, hotels and caterers.
We consult to businesses, councils and event organisers, helping to minimise the amount of waste going to landfill, through our Zero Waste services. We also manage waste at events to ensure as much as possible is composted and recycled.
We have reliable, hard-working staff available via labour hire for jobs in horticulture, agriculture, cleaning, waste management, construction, event assistance and general labour.
And we’re expanding our services all the time, so if you can help us to employ more former refugees and young people, and care for people and planet in doing so, we’d love to hear from you!
To grow our outcomes, create more jobs in a region with too few, and become fully financially sustainable through trade, we plan to scale two of our products: composting food and garden organics and fair food.
Right now, we need donations – large and small – to work with to achieve this. Donations are tax deductible.