As an Operations Coordinator, you will support our Operations team with daily execution of trial events and special projects as assigned.
Type of Role
What You'll Do
Own one or more operational programs or projects, which may include reporting on metrics, creating dashboards, developing or updating training programs, or assisting with other central services provided by the operations team.
Draft and revise standard operating procedures and work with Operations managers to train others.
Ensure the daily execution of trial events (seeding, transplanting, and harvesting among others), beginning-of-day checks, and end-of-day checks as assigned.
Support Operations Managers with planning and scheduling as requested.
Ensure the completion of daily checklists, safety, operations, and sanitation logs.
Execute safety standards as directed.
Learn how to conduct root cause analyses on successes and failures. Report items requiring root cause analysis to the Operations Manager.
Serves as a team lead for small teams of 1-3 people.
What We're Looking For
1+ years of prior experience in a related role
Demonstrated past experience as a team lead with 1+ years of leadership experience
Past experience in a research- or agriculture-oriented industry preferred but not required
Past experience working with hydroponic equipment and sensors
Past experience collecting data
Familiarity with project and program management tools, such as Confluence, Smartsheets, Google Sheets, etc.
Introductory knowledge of Plant Science and/or Controlled Environment Agriculture preferred
Willingness to dive in wherever needed and attack new problems with enthusiasm
Thirst for learning more about operations tools and techniques
- Other: Occasional travel (~10-20%) required and Weekend work required as scheduled
Plenty is here to change the way people eat, making extraordinary flavor and nutrition more available in a way that's better for people and the planet. We build farms that can put craveable flavor first while delivering exceptional yields. And our produce is always pesticide-free and grown using less than 1% of the land and 5% of the water of outdoor farming.