Local Food Economy

Good Food Job Update: June 2023

By Ramona Andrews

Welcome to June’s Bristol Good Food 2030 Job Update. We publish this list at the start of every month, but can also add to the list throughout the month and regularly share on social media as and when jobs are added. (This is a trial service.)

As part of Bristol Good Food 2030, Bristol Food Network is working with Bristol WORKS to support making the connections between food employers and young people looking for work. Bristol WORKS facilitates work experience opportunities for people across Bristol to support a diverse future workforce and help prepare people for the world of work. Find out more on the Bristol WORKS website.

As a reminder, good food jobs are about…

  • promoting and encouraging people to cook from scratch, grow their own and eat more fresh, seasonal, local, organically grown food.
  • championing the use of local, independent food shops and traders to help keep Bristol’s high street vibrant and diverse.
  • promoting and encouraging the use of good-quality land in and around Bristol for food production.
  • promoting and encouraging the redistribution, recycling and composting of food waste.
  • advancing education about the part that food, nutrition and lifestyle can play in meeting the needs of disadvantaged individuals, families and groups in the community, and encouraging social inclusion and social cohesion.

Please see below for a list of Bristol good food vacancies:

Programme Delivery Manager, Defra: Apply by 7 June

Philanthrophy Manager, Soil Association: Apply by 11 June

Policy Manager, Food Standards Agency: Apply by 11 June

Head Baker, East Bristol Bakery: Apply by 22 June.

Administrator and Office Coordinator, The Coexist Community Kitchen: Apply by 12 July

Senior Bookkeeper, FareShare South West: Apply now

Food Unit Operative / Lead Operatives, Jones Food Company: Apply now

Food Unit Supervisor, Jones Food Company: Apply now

Fork Lift Driver, Jones Food Company: Apply now

Seasonal Worker, The Community Farm: Apply now

Photo above of Elm Tree Farm photographed at the Get Growing Garden Trail 2022 © Janet Gibson.

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So, what change do you want to see happen that will transform food in Bristol by 2030? Do you already have an idea for how Bristol can make this happen? Join the conversation now.

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