Nezinscot Farm Sign

Cafe & Bakery


** Pay rates are competitive and experience based. Apply today for more information!


  1. Assistant Cook – Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday 8-4: If you have a passion for farm to table cuisine, and enjoy feeding people good food, this is the position for you! Applicant must have some knowledge and basic skills in cooking and food preparation. Those with a willingness to learn new techniques and styles are greatly encouraged to apply. A person in this role will not only learn how to make food, but where that food came from and how to impacts the farm as a whole. Must be 20 or older to apply. 


 2. Weekend Cashier – Saturday / Sunday 8-5:

This role requires you to be the face of Nezinscot! You will be required to greet customers, work the register, stock and replenish displays. You should come with some customer service experience! Must be 17 or older to apply.

Yarn & Fiber Studio 


** Pay rates are competitive and experience based. Apply today for more information!


  1. Fall/Winter/Spring Assistant Fiber Studio Manager. Part-time Saturday and Sunday 9 to 5– competitive pay scale. Applicant must have some knowledge and basic skills in the fiber arts field.  Knitting, crocheting, and needle felting are the most popular among our customers, other skills such as dying and spinning are highly useful. In the role of assistant studio manager, you should have some of the following / be open to learning: Reading patterns, helping customers select the amount of yarn needed for any given project, willing to work on existing projects for fiber studio retail shop, stocking inventory, in charge of general cleaning and upkeep of the studio space, comfortable teaching classes when needed, self-motivated and comfortable working by yourself. We look forward to hearing from you!

Year-Round and Seasonal Career

Farm & Dairy Careers

  1. Nezinscot Farm Dairy is seeking a couple or two individuals who would be interested in milking cows, organic record keeping, assist in health care when needed, and calf care.  Applicants must have some farm experience and be 25 years or older. Year round position


2. Nezinscot Farm Dairy is seeking in two part-time and/or full-time farm/dairy assistants with the skills and energy to assist in the management of the farm and herd, manage and assist in milking, and help grow the beef business.

The assistant is responsible for assisting in all farm operational activities including:

  • Milking twice a day
  • Maintaining the health of young animals and small animals on the farm
  • Assisting in feeding
  • Running equipment and potential trucking opportunities
  • Other general farm tasks as needed

3. Goat Milker / Farm Assistant

This position is from Monday afternoons to Saturday (40 hours / week). This role requires you to milk once a day in the afternoons, manage the dairy herd of 30 goats, feeding and general care. Must be 22 or older to apply. Living accommodations are available!



We are looking for responsible, dedicated employees with previous farm experience preferred. Valid driver’s license and a vehicle are required. A resume is not required but references must be provided. Starting wage is based on experience and open to negotiation.

All Employees also have access to farm store/café resources and food accounts.

Email with resume and references.

Year-Round and Seasonal Internships

Farm, Gardening, & Dairy Internships

Nezinscot Farm hosts interns in all seasons, Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter.  If you are interested in spending a summer, semester or year at Nezinscot Farm learning how to farm and live organically, please fill out an Application and direct any questions to Gloria.

Nezinscot Farm has been offering internships since we began. Interns live and work on the farm, experiencing many facets of life and work on our diverse organic operation. From gardening, cheese making, animal care, food processing and so much more.

Internship Focus Areas


Duties include milking and tending to the needs of the goat herd, feeding, healthcare, managing production, and learning/making cheese on a daily/weekly basis. This individual must have a passion for the art of cheese making. You will learn every step of the process including the recipes and techniques for making some of the most popular cheese varieties out there.


Assistant to vegetable production in our gardens and greenhouse- this involves preparing soil, planting, weeding, managing, harvesting, drying, preserving and canning. Must have a passion for working with food from start to finish. This individual will get hands on experience working a biodynamic garden with a variety of veggies, fruits, medicinal and culinary herbs.


This individual will be in charge of the sheep, llamas, and angora goats and rabbits. Managing their health, grooming and shearing. They will also be fully involved in all fiber products production including dyeing, carding, weaving, felting, rug hooking, needle felting etc. The duration of the program is end of June to beginning of November.