Job Opening: Farmers’ Market On-site Coordinator

Farmers’ Market On-site Coordinator FOR HAWAII FARM BUREAU


Part-Time; Hourly



Farmers’ Market General Manager



To support agriculture in Hawaii by providing a venue for farmers in the state of Hawaii to sell Hawaii grown and produced products. To give growers and producers of Hawaii agricultural commodities and other farm-related products alternative marketing opportunities; To promote the sale of Hawaiian grown farm products; To improve the variety, freshness, taste, and nutritional value of produce available in the local area; To provide an educational forum for consumers to learn the uses and benefits of quality, locally grown, or prepared food products; To enhance the quality of life in Hawaii by providing a community activity which fosters social gathering and interaction; and To preserve Hawaii’s unique agricultural heritage.




The Market Manager (s) is a part time position with primary responsibility for the day-to-day operation of the specified Farmers’ Market. This will include an on-site presence at the Market during prior to, during and after market hours. The Manager will report to HFBF Farmers’ Market General Manager. In addition, the manager will represent the Market to the Market’s vendors, the consumers, and to the community.



Arrives two hours prior to start of the Market and remains throughout the Market hours and closing of the Markets to:

  • Place market signs, cones, dining tables, HFBF tent or table, and parking signs as needed
  • Properly place vendors installs and making on the spot adjustments as needed
  • Ensure all state and county regulations are adhered to; communicate and file written violation report to vendor and GM
  • Ensure HFBF Market rules and regulations are adhered to; communicate and file written violation report to vendor and GM
  • Maintain Market in safe manner, to include safe entry and departure of vendor vehicles so that pedestrians are not in danger
  • Walk the Market to make sure customer lines are not blocking walkways, service roads and other Vendor stalls
  • Ensure trash receptacles are regularly emptied and vendors are taking their trash with them
  • Staffs HFBF tent/table, answers questions for vendors and customers, regarding bathrooms, vendors, ATM Location
  • Resolve disputes that arise and prepare and submit incident report to GM
  • Unresolved disputes are referred to GM
  • Any emergency or problem at the Market will be called in to Market Security or HPD or EMS as needed. Submits a written incident report to GM whenever incidents occur.
  • Do final check of Market site to ensure it is clean once the market is closed and vendors have left for the day



  • Periodic staff meetings as convened by the General Manager



  • FM presence performed outdoors in all types of weather; periodic office meetings



  • Office equipment, to include computer email, word, excel, phones, copier
  • Car/truck needed for FM tables, tents etc, cell phone



  • FM presence may require minimal to lifting of less than 50 pounds;
  • Requires oral and written communications with GM, customers, vendors and others, to include participation in group presentations
  • Must understand and be able to communicate and implement the FM Handbook/policies and resolve basic complaints



  • Ability to think creatively
  • People person with skills in diplomacy
  • Dispute resolutions skills
  • Good written and oral presentation skills
  • Self-motivated
  • Passionate about local agriculture and community



  • Car, Hawaii’s Driver’s Licencse and proof of no fault insurance
  • Cell phone



Disclaimer: This job description may not comprise all duties that may be required to be performed. Management has the right to change or delete information from job descriptions; and HFBF acknowledges its responsibility to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities to enable them to perform the essential functions of the position.

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