Join Our Team

Thank you for your interest in working with The Roundhouse Foundation and/or Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts and Agriculture. We are hiring for the following positions:

Landscape Assistant

The Landscape Assistant reports directly to the Assistant Ranch Manager. If their direct supervisor is not available, they report to the Director of Ranch Operations. The position is charged with supporting the planting of, maintaining, and harvesting from the gardens throughout the Ranch facility as well as running the greenhouse. They will assist with noxious weed control and other Ranch projects as assigned. This position will be asked to assist with product development with materials grown or found on the Ranch.  The Garden Assistant will be responsible for ensuring that all garden practices are working in concert with nature and commit to using the most environmentally friendly methods for crop cultivation.

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Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to  Application review begins March 24, 2023.

Agricultural Land Management Intern

The Agricultural Land Management Intern works to understand regenerative agricultural practices, supports garden development, maintenance and cultivation, general ranch operations and ecological restoration projects at Pine Meadow Ranch.  This position, along with other members of the ranch crew, will work to eradicate noxious weeds that compete with native plants, and record those efforts.  For the 2023 season, this position will have particular emphasis on creating habitat for varying pollinator species that are native to central Oregon and the High Desert as well as create pollinator streps and research forage friendly pollinator plants for pastures.   

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Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to  Application review begins April 21, 2023.

Arts Program Intern

Pine Meadow Ranch Center for the Arts & Agriculture (PMRCAA) Arts Program Intern assists with the residency program in Sisters, Oregon. The residency program provides a special retreat for art making, creativity, collaborative and multidisciplinary projects, scientific research and scholarly discourse. This visually stimulating part of the country has historically and continues to provide significant inspiration to artists, writers, scientists, and scholars. The position will have the opportunity to work closely with community partners throughout the region to share programming opportunities. The internship will provide opportunities to explore career pathways in arts administration and will expose the participant to the variety of ways individuals can be part of the vibrant art residency ecosystem. The intern will work behind the scenes to ensure both the residency and parallel programs run effectively and efficiently. They will benefit from learning skills that will serve for careers in community education, arts, and administration. They will also meet and learn from the artists that come to the residency

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Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to  Application review begins April 21, 2023.

In our hiring process, we are seeking team members who are enthusiastic about the work that we do. If you are excited about a position that is posted – even if your qualifications don’t match the job description 100% – we want to hear from you. Please reach out via email. We are looking to build a team, not fill a role.

We are a community-centered organization and all of our staff conduct significant outreach to schools, social service centers, and other partner organizations. In addition, our facility (which houses both Roundhouse Foundation main offices and Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts & Agriculture) is a drug-free workplace. PMRCAA is a working ranch with safety-sensitive positions that would be dangerous if performed under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Roundhouse Foundation requires all new staff members to satisfactorily pass a background check, driving record check and pre-employment drug screen for the safety of employees, community partners and visitors.

Roundhouse Foundation COVID-19 Vaccination Policy: In an effort to provide and maintain a safe workplace, effective December 31, 2021, Roundhouse Foundation will require all personnel to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This policy is to safeguard the health of our employees and their families, our clients and visitors, and the community at large from COVID-19. Click here to review the full policy.