Thank you for your interest in joining the PHS team. Explore our current job openings below. Jobs within the organization include administrative, gardener, or positions at PHS Meadowbrook Farm.
The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) owns our brand, internal and external communications, marketing and sales for programs and events, audience research and development, and customer experience. The CMO is directly responsible for $7-7.5m in Flower Show sales and shares responsibility with other leaders across the organization for all revenue and other inbound resources (e.g., volunteers, in-kind services, strategic partnerships, etc.). The CMO plays a leadership role in identifying, planning, and executing revenue and audience growth opportunities. This includes expanding our reach to multicultural audiences, planning the growth of programs, and planning new events and activities.
The CMO is a central leader, reports to the President, serves on the Executive Team, interacts regularly with the Board, collaborates with staff across the organization, and serves as a principal external spokesperson. PHS is in an accelerated time of innovation and growth. The CMO must be a change leader who links the brand more closely to impact; expands the support base; unifies the organization around a common audience; and builds a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive PHS.
The CMO must ensure that PHS maintains great relationships with external audiences, including members, donors, customers, businesses, non-profits, foundations, and governments.
The Community Gardens Farm Manager plays a leading role in forging and cultivating partnerships to expand our services in Montgomery County. The Farm Manager is responsible for overseeing all functions of the PHS Green Resource Center at Farm Park, including seedling propagation and distribution, farm production, educational opportunities for public, volunteer management, and site maintenance. The Farm Manager will also oversee a seasonal staff position and apprentices who will assist with activities on the farm. This position collaborates with municipal and state agencies, existing alliances, organizations, and task forces to advance PHS’s leadership role in community gardens, urban farming and food systems, inform policies, mobilize gardeners to grow and share food, as well as strengthen and build the region’s urban agriculture networks. This position is currently funded through June 2022. Extension is dependent on future funding.
This is a full-time seasonal position (February – October) who supports the Community Gardens Manager with all facets of seedling propagation at our Green Resource Centers, as well as general site maintenance. The specialist will play a crucial support role in the propagation and distribution of over 250,000 organically grown seedlings as well as the distribution of essential agricultural materials. Other critical components of this job include the staffing of the McLean Urban Agriculture Tool Library located at Glenwood Green Acres. Lastly, the specialist will provide on an as-needed basis, additional support with site visits and technical support to gardens.