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February 23, 2010 at 4:42 PM

Seattle Farmers Markets: nice work — if you can get it

When I was strolling around in the sun at the University District Farmers Market last Saturday, telling myself how lucky I was to be alive and well and living in the Pacific Northwest, I was thinking about how great it would be if every shopping experience was like that one. Of course, I may not think so if I had to run the place — let alone six other markets comprising the Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance. But if oversight of seven Seattle farmers markets sounds like a great job to you, perhaps you’re the “highly qualified individual” they’re looking for to take on the job as operations manager. Maybe you’re the stand-up guy or gal “who has a demonstrated history of progressively responsible experience managing non-profits, farmers markets, small business or special events, and superior supervisory and leadership skills.” Interested? Know anybody who might be? Here’s a link to the job posting — with the details and qualifications spelled out.

Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance Director Chris Curtis Wants You! (or someone you know, maybe?)

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