Passionate to eat better, Infarm was founded in Berlin in 2013 by Osnat Michaeli and the brothers Erez and Guy Galonska. With the aim to share the goodness of own-grown produce with everyone, they developed a smart modular farming system, that allows distribution of farms throughout the urban environment, growing fresh produce in any available space and fulfilling any market demand.
Today, with cutting edge R&D, patented technologies, and a leading multi-disciplinary team, Infarm is growing a global farming network helping cities become self-sufficient in their food production while significantly improving the safety, quality, and environmental footprint of our food.
Be part of the Infarm (r)evolution and help people to take back ownership of their food.
As Business Operations Manager you directly contribute to the success of Infarm's Farming-as-a-Service business model. You have proven experience scaling operations in high-growth, startup environments and are ready for the next step in your career. You eat KPIs for breakfast, enjoy being involved in the day-to-day operations, have a natural leadership ability and have built out multi-disciplinary teams.
You will lead the Infarm team on the ground in our Seattle Plant Hub, taking on key projects to ensure a successful phased expansion as well as improve harvest performance and productivity. You are a creative-thinker and problem-solver looking to drive results.
You appreciate diversity. You love to be challenged. You are passionate.
The position will begin in our current Seattle Plant Hub in the Georgetown area and will be relocating to Everett long term.
Infarm is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to grow an inclusive environment, where everyone can thrive, regardless of your background and circumstances. We nurture diversity because we appreciate the uniqueness and differences between people. Each employee’s distinctive experiences, perspectives, and viewpoints helps us build a resilient environment, where we can all learn, grow, and create great things together. All applicants are given equal opportunity regardless of age, gender identity or expression, language, disability, ethnic origin, national origin, religion, belief, culture, socio-economic status, or sexual orientation.