Careers At White Oak Pastures

Internship/Apprenticeship Program

White Oak Pastures, a model of the highest standards of animal welfare, holistic farm management, and regenerative agriculture, is now offering a Farm Internship / Apprenticeship Program that is among one of the most comprehensive in the country. The scale, diversity, and vertical integration of this farm makes this unique training experience unlike many traditional farm internship programs.

White Oak Pastures Internship / Apprenticeship program will have two separate courses, both lasting twelve weeks. One course will be dedicated to pastured animal production, while the other will be focused on small scale processing. All applicants should specifically outline which course they are applying for on the video submission.

To fill out the internship application online and submit it digitally, CLICK HERE

Job Openings

Applications and/or resumes to be submitted to: We will review these documents and reach out if there are openings that align with your particular skill sets. See below for a list of jobs we are currently looking to fill. White Oak Pastures is a drug-free workplace.

To fill out the employment application online and submit it digitally, CLICK HERE

Order Fulfillment Assistant

As an Order Fulfillment Assistant, you will be responsible for maintaining the system implemented in keeping product counted and organized. Your purpose is to keep product flowing through the warehouse, and to confirm order accuracy. You will be required to pick orders and organize them for shipment.


  • Will be required to work standing up.
  • Must be able to pick orders from a list.
  • Must be able to ice down shipments.
  • Must be able to pack orders for shipment.
  • Must be able to perform other tasks as requested.
  • Must be organized.
  • May be required to lift 50+ lbs.
  • Must be able to pass a drug test.
Please send application or resume to or by fax to 877-794-7402

Processing Plant

This position will work in slaughtering, meat packing, or whole sale establishments performing precision functions involving the preparation of meat. Work may include specialized slaughtering tasks, cutting standard or premium cuts of meat for marketing, making ground beef, or wrapping meats in general.


  • Ability to work in a cold (35-40 degree) environment for 8–12-hour days.
  • Ability to work weekends when needed.
  • Ability to lift, pull, push 75 lbs.
  • Ability to stand on hard surface (concrete) for 8-12 hours a day.
  • Ability to read, understand and demonstrate safety instructions supplied by management.
  • Ability to recognize and report unsafe or hazardous situations.
  • Ability to perform assigned job duties in a timely manner.
  • Ability to keep detailed records of production information for USDA review
  • Ability to operate/use sharp and automated equipment for the safety of all employees in the work area.
  • Must be able to pass a drug test.
Please send application or resume to or by fax to 877-794-7402

Small Ruminant & Solar Grazing Assistant

As a Small Ruminant & Solar Grazing Assistant you will work individually and with other team members to ensure good health of livestock. Typical tasks include but aren't limited to the requirements below.


  • Set up and take down temporary fencing (poly braid and electric netting)
  • Ensure animals always have clean water and mineral
  • Move animals following a rotational grazing plan
  • Daily health checks and treatment of sick animals as needed
  • Working sheep and goats : ear tagging, trimming hooves, vaccinating, weaning, etc.
  • Assist with lambing and bottle baby care
  • Assist with supplemental feeding (especially hay in winter)
  • Occasionally assist with vegetation control (weed eating, chain sawing, bush hogging and mowing)
  • Basic maintenance of trucks, tractors, Atv and 4 wheeler
  • Must be able to lift 50+lbs
  • Must be self motivated and able to complete tasks without direct supervision
  • Must be able to pass a drug test
Please send application or resume to or by fax to 877-794-7402

Solar Vegetation Management Assistant (Landscaping)

As a Solar Vegetation Management Assistant you will work individually and with team members to maintain vegetation under and around solar equipment using zero turn mowers, weed eaters and chainsaws. You will be responsible for daily maintenance and cleaning of all equipment.


  • Must be dependable and self motivated
  • Must be at least 18yrs old
  • Must be able to work outside in the heat and cold
  • Must be able to pass a drug test
  • Valid drivers license preferred
  • May have to lift 50lbs+
Please send application or resume to or by fax to 877-794-7402

Experienced Prep Cook / Line Cook (Full-Time & Part-Time)

As a Line Cook, you would operate out of two food trucks that provide three menus: 1) A la carte breakfast, lunch, and dinner; 2) Daily lunch line special for 50 guests a day (11am – 2pm); 3) Weekend limited, seasonal dinner menu highlighting farm proteins and seasonal garden produce. You will create a clean, safe work environment to serve a wide range of guests.

An ideal candidate will display integrity and have an appreciation of regenerative agriculture, farm staff, and farm environment, show excitement, appreciation, and the desire to highlight regeneratively raised protein and vegetables and be a team player who works with a purpose.


• Proven cooking experience including experience as a prep cook, and line cook
• Thorough knowledge of various cooking methods and techniques for high quality food ingredients, equipment, and procedures
• Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment
• Have reliable transportation to and from work
• Be able to lift 50+ lbs and stand for long hours
• Must be able to pass a drug test

Please send application or resume to or by fax to 877-794-7402

To fill out the application online and submit it digitally, CLICK HERE