About Our Career Center
This on-line resource was created to help connect companies with talented employees looking for full-time, part-time and internship positions. Jobs and internships posted on the Career Center are from some of the over 200 member companies of the California Grain and Feed Association and from the related industries listed below.
Registered members can:
- Submit resumes and browse available jobs
- Find upcoming career fairs
- Post job openings and browse resumes
- Learn more about exciting and rewarding careers in California’s growing agriculture industry.
California agriculture companies are always looking for talented and committed graduates from many different fields of study. You don’t have to be a farmer or a rancher, great careers are available from many disciplines including: engineering, operations, sales, marketing, food science, nutrition, business, economics, research, environmental protection and more.
Companies Offering Jobs on this Site
Below is a list of the associations who are registered users of our Career Center and the kinds of jobs they offer. Please feel free to visit their websites to learn more about these associations and their members.
Member companies of the California Grain and Feed Association (CGFA) are part of the vital global food supply chain. CGFA members grow, process and sell food for animals that provide us with meat, eggs and milk. This industry represents the food supply that feeds the food supply that feeds the world.
CGFA brings all segments of the grain and feed industry together as a strong, united voice. We provide our members with government relations services, insurance programs, educational conferences, environmental and safety consultation and more.
The California grain and feed industry is like the Silicon Valley of agriculture. Feeding the world with fewer resources takes innovation; businesses in this industry are using technology in ways you can only imagine. Jobs pay well and there are many opportunities for advancement. So, consider becoming part of a movement to produce food safely, humanely and sustainably.
The California Association of Nurseries and Garden Centers (CANGC) represents all sectors of California’s nursery industry, including nursery growers, retailers, educators and allied partners such as providers and innovators of nursery containers, growing media, and irrigation equipment. CANGC members ranging from single locations to operations found throughout the state comprise the state’s nursery industry worth $3.7 billion which creates 1 out of every 100 jobs in California.
If you have a passion for plants, then consider a career in horticulture which is the art, technology and science of growing plants! From the cultivation, propagation and marketing of plant varieties that beautify and cleanse our environment to the production, sale and management of the plants that supply fresh foods vital to our health and happiness, the nursery industry is vital to a vibrant world. A career in the nursery industry will not only help you to grow your future, it will allow you to grow a better world.
The California Seed Association (CSA) represents California’s seed industry and is comprised of firms engaged in seed production and distribution of vegetable, flower and field seed, conditioning, plant breeding and related industries.
Today’s seed industry is a high-tech, science-based field. Recently tremendous advances in seed innovations and technologies have increased opportunities within this global industry. Small businesses, universities, major corporations and government agencies each offer career opportunities for people with wide ranging interests. Companies in California’s seed industry offer careers in pathology, entomology, research, greenhouse management, agronomy, product management and logistics as well as policy and public relations.
Seeds impact our lives every day, from the food we eat and clothes we wear, to the fuel that lets us get around. If you are concerned about issues of world hunger, nutritious food, climate change or habitat preservation, consider one of the many careers in California’s seed industry.