The Cornucopia Institute is seeking candidates for its Development and Communications Director position.  Applicants for this position should possess fundraising and member stewardship expertise and an ability to oversee the organization’s communications efforts. A heartfelt passion for protecting the environment, the good food movement, human health, humane livestock husbandry, and social/economic justice for family farmers is essential.

Formed in 2004, The Cornucopia Institute has become one of the most aggressive organic and sustainable food and farming watchdogs.  We seek to defend the integrity of the organic food label from governmental regulatory indifference as well as from agribusinesses cutting corners so as to profiteer from unethical food and agricultural practices.

Core Values of The Cornucopia Institute

Primary responsibilities for this position:



Management and Leadership

Qualifications and required skills and abilities:

The Development and Communications Director is expected to provide his or her own worksite.  Because of this, employment with Cornucopia is possible anywhere in the U.S.

The Cornucopia Institute is an equal opportunity employer.

How to apply:

If you have an interest in exploring the opportunity to merge your background and skills with the chance to affect real change, please forward a letter of inquiry, including salary history/expectations, and resume to [log in to unmask]No calls please.

The Cornucopia Institute is engaged in educational activities supporting the ecological principles and economic wisdom underlying sustainable and organic agriculture.  Through research and investigations on agricultural and food issues, The Cornucopia Institute provides needed information to family farmers, consumers, stakeholders involved in the good food movement, and the media.