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Our current openings are listed below. If you are interested in applying, please see the detailed application information contained in the job description.

Pendle Hill job opportunities

POSITION: Dining Services Manager
REPORTS TO: Director of Operations
GENERAL SUMMARY: The Dining Services Manager has responsibility for efficient management of the food service operation of Pendle Hill. This includes the ability to manage a busy and caring work environment (balancing immediate, medium and long term tasks) while remaining focused on maintaining/presenting Pendle Hill’s values particularly as they are expressed through dining services (such as locally sourced and non-processed foods).
DATE POSTED: 08/16/16
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POSITION: Conference Sales Coordinator
REPORTS TO: Director of Operations
GENERAL SUMMARY: Pendle Hill’s Conference Sales Coordinator (CSC) has the responsibility to respond to inquiries for meeting and retreat space and group overnight guest accommodations. Along with the Guest Services Manager and Dining Services Manager, the CSC ensures excellent event coordination including room assignment, room setup, A/V needs, meal counts, and dietary preferences. These groups include other Quaker groups, groups from many other faith traditions, and various academic and nonprofit organizations. The CSC oversees use of space at Pendle Hill and is a key position for cooperation across departments. The conference booking process includes all aspects of meeting coordination from initial contact through invoicing and collection. Working closely with the Director of Operations, the Conference Sales Coordinator monitors, meets, and achieves annual budget goals.
DATE POSTED: 08/11/16
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POSITION: Cook/Gardener
REPORTS TO: Dining Services Manager
GENERAL SUMMARY: The Cook/Gardener, under the supervision of the Dining Services Manager, cooks and also designs and institutes a working relationship between Pendle Hill’s organic garden and its community kitchen. This includes the incorporation of our garden produce and outside local foods, the storage of the harvest, and the use of our community labor. Our goal is to foster and sustain a holistic, cost-effective, land-centered food ethic that nurtures, the body and spirit of the Pendle Hill community in accordance with our food philosophy and Quaker Testimonies. The Cook/Gardener work is split between the garden and the kitchen; the responsibilities and how they are divided will vary greatly with the season and the needs of the kitchen staff.
DATE POSTED: 07/29/16
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Non-discrimination Policy

Pendle Hill encourages the participation of all and seeks to appoint to its staff individuals of diverse backgrounds and to do so without discrimination on the basis of gender, race, color, age, sexual orientation, or national origin.

Background Checks

Pendle Hill will conduct a background check for all positions.