Herbal Opportunities, Jobs, Listings

Welcome to the AHG Herbal Opportunities, Jobs, Listings page. If you have a listing that you think would be of interest to our members and those who visit this website, send a description and contact information to specialprojects@americanherbalistsguild.com

Biodynamic Vegetables and Herbal Medicine Student Internship Program

Rudolf Steiner College proudly announces a new biodynamic vegetables and herbal medicine student internship program. This opportunity is for a limited number of students to farm vegetables and study biodynamic herbal medicine through a hands-on internship. This is an amazing opportunity for hardworking and exceptional students who are interested in the production of biodynamic herbal remedies, the cultivation of medicinal herbs, growing biodynamic vegetables, and working with animals.

Designed with a balance of theory and practice, this program will be especially focused for those who would like to work as herbal growers, small-scale farmers, and teachers. It is a starting point for the education needed to become a farmer.

We are looking for interns who feel called to working with medicinal plants, are dedicated to food as medicine, and are interested in working within the context of healing others through this work. This position is both rewarding and demanding. This program is a one-year commitment with the possibility of extending into a second year.

This internship offers:
● Training in essential oil and hydrosol distillation under the guidance of Dennis Klocek.
● Training in cultivation, drying, and preservation of medicinal herbs with Cyndi Pointer,
RSC’s biodynamic farmer.
● Training in small-scale biodynamic specialty crop production, biodynamic pasture
management, small-scale biodynamic orchard production, and small-scale biodynamic
animal husbandry.
● Twice monthly classroom education through on-campus trainings and workshops taught
by Dennis Klocek and other biodynamic practitioners.
● The opportunity to work alongside and positively influence Meristem students, young
adults on the autism spectrum, and to help them develop practical life skills, increase social capacity, and transition to work and independence. Interns will role model core principles of Meristem and demonstrate a strong work ethic on the farm.
● Composting, irrigation, working with biodynamic preparations, soil preparation (both hand and small tractor), soil cultivation, seed saving, harvesting, drying, preservation, and processing nutrient dense plants.
● Onsite housing, vegetables, fruit, and eggs, and a modest stipend.

To Apply
The deadline to apply for the 2017-18 year is August 08, 2017, although candidates could begin earlier. To be considered, please email your resume to: cyndi.pointer@steinercollege.edu

Phone: (916) 963-4000
Date Posted:Wednesday, June 21, 2017 - 3:24pm

Course Development Contributor

The Herbal Academy is dedicated to developing in-depth, affordable online education of the highest quality to help people around the world learn about the beauty and power of plants. As our student body grows, we seek to expand our current course development team to create a world-class team of educators dedicated to producing illuminating and life-changing online herbalism courses. Our hardworking team is highly collaborative, educated, intelligent, and united in a joyful mission to inspire new generations of herbalists.

We invite experienced, clinical herbalists with stellar writing abilities to apply for our Academy course development team. Applicants are required to have a formal education in herbalism including clinical training and at least 5 years experience working one-on-one with clients as a professional, clinical herbalist.

Course Development Contributors will work in a collaborative process with our current team to produce new content for our online student body.

Type of Position

Part time, project-based
Flexible schedule

Responsibilities Include

  • Developing and writing lessons as assigned by our lead course developer (we will provide an initial lesson outline which you will expand upon).
  • Submitting well-written drafts in accordance with a strict production schedule.
  • Working with our course developer and project manager to edit and refine drafts.

Required Skills and Experience

  • At least 5 years experience as a clinical herbalist
  • Formal herbal education with clinical training
  • Experience with teaching/lecturing on topics related to clinical herbalism
  • Pleasant and professional online demeanor
  • Responsible, diplomatic, and prompt communicator
  • Open to constructive feedback and instructions from editors and lead developers
  • Respectful of deadlines
  • Works well in a collaborative process
  • Good project management skills
  • Proven writing skills of the highest caliber, with evidence of a firm understanding of (or a willingness to learn) APA referencing requirements and formatting
  • Proven ability to critically evaluate pharmacological research in regards to clinical relevance
  • Strong computer proficiency, experience with Google Docs (graphic design or other skills are always a plus!)
  • Comfortable telecommuting

To Apply: Please send,

  1. A cover letter that includes information about your clinical herbalist practice (where you have practiced, how long, etc), where you received your herbal education, your availability, and why you believe you are right for this role.
  2. An updated resume.
  3. 3-5 brief case studies from your clinical practice.
  4. 3 professional writing samples that showcase your teaching ability, grasp of science, and/or clinical experience (please no recipe-type blog articles or personal blogs).
  5. Email your application to info@theherbalacademy.com with Course Development Contributor in the subject line. Please no phone calls. If we decide to move forward with your application, we will be in touch.
Date Posted:Friday, June 16, 2017 - 3:21pm

Herb Pharm Herbal Educator

At Herb Pharm, we have been making premier quality herbal products since 1979. Our certified organic farm and medicine making facility are located in the Williams Valley in Southern Oregon. Our focus is to blend herbal tradition with modern science to make broad spectrum liquid extracts and capsules. If you are passionate about sharing your herbal knowledge in a retail setting, have a flexible schedule, and love to travel Herb Pharm may be the fit for you!

Herb Pharm is looking for an energetic Herbal Educator for the Southern California region. As an Herb Pharm Herbal Educator, you will have the opportunity to know and share the story of Herb Pharm and provide product training to our retailers in Los Angeles and the surrounding communities.  Each Herb Pharm Educator is expected to perform between 5 and 20 trainings per month either in store or events.  Educators are encouraged to setup their own trainings, but are supported by the Herb Pharm sales team and brokers in the area. This position will require both driving and long-distance travel as well as coordination with the Herb Pharm sales team and other Herb Pharm educators .

Here’s what we are looking for:
·      Education in herbal studies
·      Preferred - Broad herbal knowledge and familiarity with Herb Pharm
·      Responsible, dependable, self-motivated and engaging individual who is able to work independently.
·      Outgoing and personable, capable of fostering relationships and engaging new people
·      Basic understanding of DSHEA regulations
·      Must be able to travel – own personal vehicle with current car insurance
·      Overnight / Air travel required
·      Comfortable Giving Presentations using Power Point and PDF slides

This is a part-time independent contractor (W-9) position.

Send your cover letter, resume with 3 references and a 3 to 5 minute video of you sharing about one of your favorite herbs to Jessica Thiessen at jthiessen@herb-pharm.com
Use the following subject line in your email –
Educator Application –Herb Pharm - (Your Name)

We suggest viewing our website (https://www.herb-pharm.com/), blog (https://www.herb-pharm.com/blog/), and Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/HerbPharm/) to learn more about Herb Pharm and our products.

Date Posted:Friday, June 9, 2017 - 12:14pm

Executive Assistant

Transformational Mission-Driven Healthcare Organization Seeking Talented Executive Assistant to the Founders / President and Executive Director

We are looking for a personable, confident, compassionate, experienced, multi-talented individual who can seamlessly become part of a small executive team for a ten-year-old company that is on the threshold of transforming itself, the community, and the industry it serves.  

Here are some of the important qualities – listed in order – that we feel a qualified applicant should possess:
• Service-orientation
• Strong work ethic
• Integrity
• Intelligence
• Emotional maturity
• Experience (at least 3 years’ worth at a senior level)
• Initiative
• Flexibility (must be able to wear 5 or more hats)
• Health conscious
• Commitment
• Self confidence
• Excellent interpersonal skills (Must play well with others.)
• Must like John Coltrane (We can be flexible on this.) 

For the right person, this is the best career opportunity with one of the most unique companies in Oregon. 

Since this position is for an Executive Assistant, the normal scope of EA skills and duties apply.  However, here are a few specifics that are vitally important to us: 

• Pleasant personality and a positive attitude
• Excellent verbal and writing communication skills
• Computer savvy (A+ technical abilities)
• Extremely organized
• Master scheduler
• Ability to work well both independently and as part of a team

About us:

The Mederi Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides leading-edge holistic healthcare services directly to patients and works with major researchers, universities, hospitals, healthcare providers, and practitioners around the world to fundamentally transform the way health care is viewed and delivered. 

If you would like to make a valuable contribution and are prepared to fully commit yourself to helping us execute this vitally important work, then you are exactly the type of person we are looking for.

Job Type/Hours:  Full-time, approximately 32 hours per week

Absolute Required:  Minimum 3 years’ experience as a senior level Executive Assistant

Benefits:  Generous PTO, product discounts, and health insurance

If this position is not right for you, but you know someone for whom it may be, please pass it on.  Thank you. 

Next Steps

To apply: Send us your resume along with a cover letter that demonstrates your communication skills and explains why you are interested in this position.  If you appear to be a good fit, we look forward to discussing more specifics regarding the responsibilities of the position.

Date Posted:Tuesday, May 30, 2017 - 4:54pm

ArborVitae Administrative Director

ArborVitae School of Traditional Herbalism is seeking an Administrative Director. This person will have a leading role in the development of the school and, as such, qualities of taking initiative and working independently as well as working collaboratively in a supportive team are particularly valued. The ideal candidate is creative, efficient, an excellent communicator, excels at problem-solving, and enjoys working in a fluid, small-team environment.
This is a part time position, beginning at 15-20 hours per week, with the possibility of increasing the number of hours as the school grows. Details of tasks and number of hours, as well as pay, will be determined in part by the experience and skills of the applicant. Everyone is encouraged to apply, although some of the work will be on-site at the school in Manhattan and prior administrative and/or clinic management experience will be helpful. While not required, interest in herbal medicine is a plus.

General Administrative Management and Support

  • Provide administrative support by coordinating with school directors, faculty and other staff
  • Schedule and coordinate all community classes and public events
  • Along with the Finance Administrator, maintain website content up-to-date
  • Specific tasks to be determined based on experience and skills
  • Student Administration and Support
  • Interact as needed with students and prospective students
  • Manage student work study
  • Oversee aspects of student requirements for graduation

Public Relations and Promotion

  • Attend events and conferences to promote and represent the school and its programs
  • Write copy, design and distribute promotional materials
  • Actively promote the clinic, community classes, and professional programs via social media, networking, flier distribution, etc.
  • Coordinate and post blogs as part of outreach (opportunity to write blogs if appropriate)

Student Clinic Management

  • Management of apothecary (herbal remedies) including solicitation of donations and purchases
  • Schedule clinic and oversee related paperwork
  • Coordinate with students working in the clinic and with supervising faculty


  • Free classes
  • Majority of work can be done from home with flexible hours
  • Deepening knowledge (if desired) of herbalism and getting to know manyleaders in the local and national herbal community
  • Possibility to grow in the position with ArborVitae as the school develops
  • Working in a mutually supportive, collaborative team environment

To apply:
Please send a letter of intent and CV / resume to: ask@arborvitaeny.com by June 1, 2017.

Date Posted:Sunday, May 7, 2017 - 4:50pm


We have a job opening at The ArborVitae School of Traditional Herbalism; we’re looking to add a Webmaster to our team of exceptional individuals. The Webmaster would be responsible to updating and maintaining our website and student portal which, in no small part, will include finding and fixing whatever bugs decide to pop out of the woodwork.

Our website and portal are based on WordPress, and we’re not looking to change that. We use the Sensei application for coursework, attendance, etc. and WooCommerce for financial transactions made through the site.

To give you an idea of our needs, here is a list of some of our past or current issues:

  • Users unable to reset their passwords themselves
  • Automatic grading grades incorrectly
  • When user tries to “pay” or “cancel” a pending payment, is only able to view the order
  • Follow-up emails linked to single product sending out for all purchases, not just that product
  • Add a user-friendly photo gallery page

In addition to working in a relaxed and familial environment, you’ll also have access to a trove of herbal information with opportunities to take some classes free of charge.

This is a part-time position where you will work on an as-needed basis. Compensation will be based on applicant’s experience and bids we have received. To apply, please send resume to ask@arborvitaeny.com.

Date Posted:Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 1:24pm

Production Manager/Business Partner

Desert Tortoise Botanicals (DTB), an herbal products company, was started by John Slattery in 2005 in Tucson, AZ. John has created all the herbal products now featured at DTB, many of which derive entirely from wildharvested ingredients, or originally were entirely wild in origin.

The business began at the local farmer's markets where John developed his products through interactions with the local community and provided education through his farmer's market table. It has grown to include over a dozen retail clients located across the country, including several retail locations featuring DTB products in Tucson. The DTB web store was launched in 2010 and has steadily grown a small but committed following who depend upon the unique products (tinctures of Sonoran desert plants, in particular) created by John. DTB recently launched an Amazon store as well.

John recently retired from farmer's markets and took a year's sabbatical from teaching his apprenticeship program to pursue his personal research, continue writing, and help facilitate the transfer of DTB to the next in line.

He is looking for the right person (or small team of people) to step into the managerial role who can handle production, hiring, online marketing, accounting, inventory, purchasing, and setting up a new production facility.
John will provide any necessary training including apprentice to wildcrafting for the right person.

Position/s currently available
Part Owner/Production Manager

Important Skills & Experience
Effective communication skills
Good listener
Commitment to detailed and exacting work, yet able to comprehend and hold the ‘big picture’
Can organize a series of shifting tasks and delegate effectively
Self-motivated, critical thinking skills, works well independently
Prior experience managing a business
Effective hiring skills
Inclined towards customer service
Effective computer skills (related to inventory, labels, accounting, navigating online store, Amazon Sellers Central experience a big plus)
Basic awareness of herbalism
Effective communication skills

A potential partner will acquire partial ownership through sweat equity, and/or cash investment. An extensive written agreement will be prepared prior to the commencement of work.

This is a great opportunity for anyone seeking to get started in a business venture related to something they love - healing plants! DTB products have reached, touched, and healed thousands of people over the past 12 years. In addition to carrying on this tradition of providing community healthcare and education, there's a great opportunity to learn the healing properties of the plants of the Sonoran desert.

If you feel passionate about working with plants, have a business background or a mind for business, feel committed to growing an already established business with a wide customer base, and are excited to share that passion and learn more about healing with plants then feel free to contact John at johnslattery@desertortoisebotanicals.com to begin the discussion.

Thank you for considering this unique opportunity!

Date Posted:Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - 4:29pm

Sales Coordinator

Heron Botanicals is Currently hiring.  Please see below for full job description.  Please send cover letter and resume to office@heronbotanicals.com.

Job Title: Sales Coordinator

Primary Purpose
To facilitate timely and accurate processing of sales orders, according to cGMP policies and procedures, including record-keeping, inventory, and routine customer service for the sales office.

Immediate Supervisor: General Manager

Flexible within typical office hours, depending on availability, employment status, and labor needs. Weekends and holidays off.

Employment status: Part- or full-time; permanent; FLSA non-exempt; hourly.

Performance Review Schedule:
3 mos., 6 mos., and annually thereafter. Wage review annually.

Compensation Package
Pay Range: $16-18/hr, DOE 
Healthcare: Medical and dental insurance per company policy.
Paid Leave: vacation and sick leave per company policy.
Paid Holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day,
  Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and birthday.
Employee Discounts: HB Emp./F&F, bulk-herb supplier, buying club discounts.

Job Requirements
Education: Bachelor’s degree preferred but not required. Some study in botany, forest ecology, herbalism, business management, marketing/sales, or related.

Attention to detail.
Strong organizational and communications skills; ability to communicate professionally with naturopathic physicians.
General customer service skills.
Self-motivated; able to work independently.
Basic knowledge of botanical products, including Latin binomial of common Eastern and Western herbs.
  Ability to navigate in both Windows and Mac operating systems.
Prior customer service, sales and/or book keeping experience helpful.

Physical Requirements: must be able to safely bend, stretch, and lift and move up to 30 lbs. on a regular basis. Must be able to stand for long periods of time.

General Job Description

The sales department is responsible for the timely and accurate fulfillment of all orders received.  The sales coordinator is responsible for tracking orders from receipt through completion, supervising the sales assistant/staff herbalist as needed to complete order fulfillment.

Oversight of the order fulfillment process includes customer service, inventory management, and basic record keeping.  While the sales and service assistant is available to support order fulfillment and perform assigned tasks as needed, the sales coordinator is responsible for ensuring that all customer service inquiries are resolved, orders are completed in a timely manner, and that packaging and distribution of orders runs smoothly and efficiently.

Receive, invoice, fill, package and ship orders placed to Heron’s Sales office in a timely manner, and in accordance with existing policies and procedures.

Address customer service inquiries and resolve issues in a timely, courteous, and professional manner (including new accounts, service expectations, complaints, returns, etc.).

Manage routine communication from the sales office by phone, email, and fax, involving supervisors in more complex service requests, as necessary.

Perform new account establishment and account maintenance. Obtain all necessary documentation, including credentials/ID, reseller permit, payment information, restricted product approvals/waivers.


Attend monthly staff meeting to address scheduling, news, changes to policy/procedures, etc, and communicate regularly with management between meetings to address issues as they arise.

Ensure order fulfillment area is cleaned/maintained according to schedule.

Maintain inventory of necessary order fulfillment supplies (ink and labels, boxes/packaging, bottles), stock creams and formulas.

Participate in quarterly inventory count.

Date Posted:Friday, April 7, 2017 - 11:23am

Quality Affairs Manager

Heron Botanicals is Currently hiring.  Please see below for full job description.  Please send cover letter and resume to office@heronbotanicals.com.

Job Title: Quality Affairs Manager

Primary Purpose
Oversight of staff and tasks associated with quality control of data, records, procedures, and processes at Heron Botanicals, in order to ensure quality of all finished products. 

Immediate Supervisor: General Manager

Flexible within typical office hours, depending on availability, employment status, and labor needs.  Weekends and holidays off.

Employment status: Part- or full-time; permanent.  May be FLSA non-exempt, hourly, or salary, as negotiated at hire.

Performance Review Schedule:
3 mos., 6 mos., and annually thereafter. Wage review annually.

Compensation Package
Pay Range: $16-19/hr, or salary equivalent, DOE. 
Healthcare: Medical and dental insurance per company policy.
Paid Leave: vacation and sick leave per company policy.
Paid Holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day,
  Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and birthday.
Employee Discounts: HB Emp./F&F, bulk-herb supplier, buying club discounts.

Job Requirements
Bachelors degree or higher in an applicable field.
Prior knowledge of dietary supplement industry and GMP procedures, herbal products and processes, laboratory processes, and/or botanical identification using analytical methods.

Rigorous attention to detail.
Strong organizational and communications skills.
Strongly self-motivated; able to independently complete a wide variety of tasks including research and procedural development.
Basic knowledge of botanical products, including Latin binomial of common Eastern and Western herbs.
  Ability to navigate in both Windows and Mac operating systems.
Prior customer service, sales and/or book keeping experience helpful.

Physical Requirements:
Requires regular use of a computer and occasional light lifting. 

General Job Description
The QA Manager is responsible for monitoring relevant state and federal regulations related to dietary supplement production, and ensuring that Heron Botanicals production, distribution, and marketing remains in compliance with all applicable regulations. 

The QA Manager maintains the quality system used throughout all Heron Botanicals production and distribution operations, and acts as primary QA/QC officer within Heron Botanicals for all processes and procedures involving producing, packaging, and labeling components, raw materials, or dietary supplements.

The QA Manager must develop an intricate working knowledge of all Heron Botanicals procedures in order to maintain cGMP standards/regulatory compliance, and is responsible for oversight and maintenance of the required record-keeping systems.

Tasks include developing and maintaining Standard Operating Procedures and company policies related to product quality; maintenance of controlled document systems; review of all production records, quality-related complaints; testing and release of components used in production of dietary supplements.


• Coordinate and review all laboratory sample submissions and results
• Review and approve or reject each completed batch of finished product.
• Perform analytical testing (macroscopic, microscopic, organoleptic analysis) of raw herbal materials and finished extracts.
• Develop raw material and finished product specifications as needed.
• Investigate and resolve any deviations from established product specifications and procedures; issue material review and disposition decisions when deviations occur.
• Generate and review production-related documents (master manufacturing records, botanical test records, deviation and material review reports, etc.)
• File quarterly alcohol tax drawback claims; maintain and update formula approval required for drawback.
• Liaise with FDA, state department of agriculture, and other regulatory agencies as needed, including management of all inspections, follow-up interactions, and interaction with outside technical consultants as required.
• Attend weekly management and staff meetings.
• Attend AHPA meetings and other industry events as needed.
• Liaise with management as needed to implement policies and procedures.

Date Posted:Friday, April 7, 2017 - 11:02am

Herbal Products Manufacturing Manager

Essential Functions:

  • Oversee operations of manufacturing facility.
  • Review and make recommendations to enhance current line of herbal products, manufacturing equipment, product development processes and protocols.
  • Research and formulate new liquid herbal extract products.
  • May develop formulas, processes, and methods for solution of technical problems.
  • Conduct research on manufactured products to develop and improve products.
  • Recommend new manufacturing equipment to help improve and automate production process.
  • Extract and manipulate information and data from various computer applications.
  • Review journals and collaborate with field experts to ensure thorough awareness of current herbal product research.
  • Work with sales and marketing teams to identify and conduct product education events (i.e. in-store trainings, seminars, teleconferences, webinars, etc.).
  • Participate in trade shows, present information and respond to questions from customers.
  • Work with marketing team to develop educational and product promotion material.
  • Assist in developing marketing plans, business plans and action plans for identified targets of opportunity that clearly define objectives, goals and strategies.
  • Establish and document best-practice product development and manufacturing protocol, reports, and records.
  • Ensure proper maintenance of equipment and safety protocol is followed.
  • Provide guidance and direction to assigned technicians/operations personnel.
  • Responsible for scale-up and knowledge transfer of new products to manufacturing.
  • Strong ability to be self-directed, motivated and detail oriented.
  • Perform additional functions as required.

This description reflects the principal functions of the job for the purpose of job evaluation. It should not be construed as a detailed description of all work requirements of the job nor shall it be construed as giving exclusive responsibility for every function described.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for overseeing operations and managing personnel.
  • Support of and involvement in company, department, and/or safety policies, procedures, programs and activities.
  • Maintain a clean and orderly work area.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications:

  • MBA preferred, with background in chemistry or related field
  • Three to five years related experience and/or training.
  • Herbalist certification with related experience.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rule, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills are necessary.
  • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
  • Ability to use and understand production and inventory control software and standard office software such as spreadsheets, e-mail and word processors.
  • Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as interest, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume.
  • Requires overall knowledge of equipment, production processes and manufacturing processes, material handling and measurement equipment.
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents.
  • Ability to respond to inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community.

Physical Requirements:

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear.
  • The employee must exert up to 50 lbs. of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 lbs. of force frequently and/or up to 10 lbs. of force constantly to move objects.
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include near acuity, far acuity, depth perception, accommodation, color vision, field of vision.

To apply, please visit our website HERE.

Date Posted:Friday, March 31, 2017 - 6:44pm

Regional Educators

WishGarden Herbs is a woman-owned and family run company creating handcrafted, traditional and artisanal herbal extracts. Locally based in Colorado and founded in 1979, WishGarden is one of the original herbal renaissance companies. Today WishGarden continues to be a market leader in revolutionizing liquid extracts, pioneering ʻcondition- specificʼ and uniquely effective formulations. WishGarden raises the bar on efficacy and convenience by delivering a wide variety of dependable in-the-moment symptom- soothing, whole herb remedies for all seasons and ages.

WishGarden Herbs is looking for a couple outstanding Regional Educators living in Austin, Houston, Dallas or Atlanta, GA. This is a part-time position with a possibility of full time for a dedicated individual who is passionate about leading a healthy lifestyle and helping others do the same. A WishGarden Regional Educator should enjoy the world of natural and organic products and have a proficient knowledge of herbal medicine, as well as be committed and enthusiastic about spreading knowledge and excitement about WishGarden products to store staff, store customers and the community at large. Although performing demos is an important part of the position, it is much more than that.

The ideal candidate will possess experience and passion for the following areas:

Education & Training - provide Brand Education and Support to retail staff and consumers, including but not limited to aisle/lunch, dinner trainings, staff trainings, and demos. Engage our retail partners in our continuing education including webinars, classes, and lectures.

Merchandising & Sales Support - support sales through education and utilization of analytics. Partnering with our local representation to transfer enthusiasm and passion about WishGarden to both retail staff and consumers. Continuously improve merchandising and placement, use of all collateral support materials, and assist in execution of our promotional calendar.

Sales Development & Community Outreach - encompass all aspects of working with retail stores, including but not limited to: demos, special events, performing classes/lectures, department resets, and working within local community to identify opportunities to expand visibility of WishGarden; and participate in all trade/table top shows applicable to the region.
• Natural Food/Nutraceutical Industry experience required. Outside sales experience preferred but not required.
• Extensive knowledge and education in herbalism or a comparable natural healing modality required.
• Passion for educating.
• Manage and increase revenue in accounts in assigned territory to reach sales
goals and projections.
• Create sustainable and constructive working relationships with accounts.
• Flexibility to successfully multi-task in a fast-paced and retail environment and accept a variety of fluctuating tasks.
• Ability to manage time, deadlines, and routing schedule.
• Excellent communication skills, including written, verbal, and follow-up.
• Motivated, tenacious, and dependable person to work with a wide variety of people and issues.
• Demos are required on a frequent basis.
• Knowledge and understanding of DSHEA a plus.
• Reliable automobile required; travel is required.
• Valid Driverʼs License with a clean driving record. Auto insurance required.
• Ability to travel as necessary throughout territory.
• Ability to work intermittent nights and weekends.
• Must be technology and digital platform savvy, proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.
This is an independent contractor (W-9) position. For each metro area of coverage, there will be an assigned number of stores and a monthly stipend.

All interested candidates please submit a resume and a cover letter to Nicole.Taber@wishgardenherbs.com. Please include a paragraph describing why you would be an excellent candidate to represent WishGarden Herbal Remedies.

Date Posted:Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 11:54am

Advanced Practical Herbal Internship/Herbal Clinic Opportunity

I offer a free advanced practical herbal internship for those studying to become a professional herbalist. This is a work-study program and exposes students to all aspects of herbalism. I am a mentor for students working to acquire hours in an effort to qualify for the American Herbalist Guild's professional herbalist certificate and have in-clinic hours available. I have over 34 years of experience as a professional herbalist. I do not accept beginner herbalists; you should have some type of training or certificate before entering the advanced internship.

Clinic opportunity: Our non-residential cancer cleanse retreat is specifically designed to assist those who have completed conventional cancer treatments the opportunity to hit the “reset button” in an effort to insure a full recovery and an ongoing vibrant life. Located on a picturesque organic herb farm, the peaceful pastoral setting allows for both physical and emotional healing.

Catherine Browne, L.Ac., Dipl.Ac., RH (AHG), Doctoral Fellow (DAOM)


Date Posted:Wednesday, February 1, 2017 - 12:42pm
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