Want to join our team?

We're looking for people with positive attitudes, an eagerness to learn, and the ability to hustle in a fast-paced work environment!

We love what we do and we're looking for people who are as excited about our mission as we are. Prior floral experience isn't required. What we DO require is a strong work ethic, positive attitude, and the ability to hustle. Not to scare you, but we want to be completely transparent with our expectations – most jobs at Farmgirl are not strictly desk jobs. We all hustle hard – often on our feet – for a significant portion of each each day. And we have a lot of fun while we do it. We all help out in other areas as needed, so the ability to flex is extremely important. But, did I mention that we have fun too? Because we do!

Unlike many companies, advanced education is not a requirement at Farmgirl. We believe that the best individuals come with varied backgrounds and experiences, and value work ethic, problem solving skills, intellectual curiosity, and a positive attitude more than a specific degree. For these management positions, and every position at Farmgirl, we’re just looking for the right people who will fit our culture, want to grow, and have the following attributes: 

  • Self-motivation and ability to think critically is a MUST. You will need to figure out what needs to be done before being told. We’re looking for someone who loves and has experience with building departments from the ground up and does not need a list of things to do to get things done. Please do not apply for this position if you are not a first principle thinker.
  • Integrity, Intellectual Curiosity, Innovation, and Impact – We are building a team that values these things, and in order to be a good culture fit with our company, you’ll need to lead your team with these values as well.
  • Team Player - You’ll need to be a “we” person and subscribe to the idea that working as a cohesive team is the best way to get results.
  • Positive can-do attitude – no negative nellies please. This is extremely important. “Yes” people fit our company’s culture much better than “no” people. You’ll need to lead your team with positivity and enthusiasm to be the type of manager we’re looking for.
  • A “do-er” not someone who wants to simply strategize, delegate, and throw money at problems - but someone who believes execution is the fun part. You’ll need to be able to do all of those things (except the throw money part), but you won’t simply be sitting at a desk telling others what to do. You’ll need to roll your sleeves up and get dirty with the rest of the team.
  • Ability to adapt quickly and work under high pressure. Ability to hustle is crucial at Farmgirl. This is not a “punch the clock” position. You must be able to work hard and long, when the job necessitates it. We’re a high-growth small business where things move fast and the team has to work hard to keep up with the pace – especially during peak holiday periods.
  • Ability to Solve Problems quickly and effectively. You must have the ability to make decisions based on your operational knowledge and with a high degree of common sense. Mistakes happen, and we learn a lot from them, but indecision brings growth to a screeching halt and we’re on a fast train so we need team members who are able keep up and keep moving forward.
  • Trustworthy in your commitments. It is imperative that you deliver projects complete and on time. This is an essential function of the role of manager. We all rely on each other to fulfill our commitments so that we can function as a high performing team. Black holes do not do well at Farmgirl. We stand on our word.
  • We are a young, high-growth company, so anything else that’s needed in order to keep things moving at our faster-than-a-speeding-bullet pace.  We aren’t funded, therefore throwing money at a solution without fully vetting it just isn’t an option (nor should it be if we were funded!). We all roll up our sleeves and (literally) get our hands dirty in order to get the job done whenever and however necessary, and we really like it that way!

 


 

Current Open Positions:

  • General Manager 
  • People + Culture Manager (HR)
  • Assistant Design Manager
  • Fulfillment Hustlers
  • Bouquet Maker
  • Bike Courier 

 

*All positions are located in San Francisco at 901 16th St. and do not allow for telecommuting at this time.


 

General Manager

Exempt, Full Time

Reports to: CEO

Salary: Dependent on experience. Benefits include medical/dental, PTO, and 401k (after 12 months)

 

Position Synopsis:

We’re looking for a highly qualified and motivated General Manager with a minimum of 5-10 years of people and process management experience to lead our fast-growing team of 85 overall team members, and 6 department Managers. This is a big and incredibly fast paced job. We’re growing quickly and need a strong captain at the helm, driving daily operations, strategizing and implementing solutions for future growth, and ensuring that the highest quality standards are met each and every day. You’ll need exceptional leadership and communication skills, and the ability to move fast – both literally and figuratively -- to be the ringleader for our fast-paced, fast growing flower company. Positivity, creativity, andstrong problem-solving skills are an absolute must – as well as the ability to think big and execute accordingly. You’ll need to be self-motivated and able to adapt and pivot quickly. You’ll also need to have the experience and skills to hit the ground running and be able to execute with autonomy. If you’re looking for a punch the clock position, or one where you’ll be told what you need to do all the time, this will not be a good fit. Hopefully the thought of creating new, better, ways of doing things and leading and building the best team possible gets you excited! Most importantly, you have to be able to roll up your sleeves (literally) and get things done with a positive, can-do attitude.  Sound like you? If so, we can’t wait to meet you!

Primary Functions

Manage 6 current operations team leads (and future ones as we grow) to include:

  • Design
  • Fulfillment
  • Customer Service
  • Events + PR/Partnerships
  • Project Management
  • HR

 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

  • Team Management – You’ll be responsible for all aspects of the operation, including all facets of daily floor management, people management, budgeting, reporting and analysis, operational efficiencies, and future growth strategies. You must have experience managing at least 30 people to be considered for this position. Daily management of team to ensure operations are running smoothly and efficiently. Work with team Managers to develop and build the best teams in each area. You’ll be the person in charge of the entire operation – so people management and team leadership skills are imperative to be successful in this position. You must be comfortable leading a large team and working with many different personalities. You’ll need to hire the right candidates, create a positive onboarding and training experience, mentor team members on succession planning, handle all disciplinary procedures with fairness and consistency, and help to build an exceptional team culture. We’re looking for someone who’s honest, positive, creative, hard-working, and resilient. You need to be able to keep calm in high pressure environments and lead the entire team with wisdom and positivity. We’re looking for someone who thrives leading and being part of a high functioning team, and refers to them self as part of the collective “we” instead of personalizing things as their individual successes. If previous team members would describe your management style as someone who builds trust with your team by leading alongside them with fairness and accountability, while communicating transparently and positively – this might be a great fit.
  • Organizational Management – You’ll need to be EXTREMELY organized to be successful in this role. You’ll need to think strategically about how to improve current department structures to maximize current successes - and how best to scale it in the future. You’ll need to be able to create organizational plans without waiting for them to be given to you, and be comfortable communicating the changes and potential head count needs to the CEO and implementing on the plans once approved. You’ll need to plan ahead for business growth and peak holidays and lead the team to ensure they’re prepared for all areas of the operation - from procurement to labor, and everything in between. You’ll need to assess current operations and figure out better, more efficient ways to do things and roll out plans for how to execute. You must not only be able to keep the status quo, but improve upon it for the future to allow us to keep scaling quickly.
  • Project & Process Development and Management— Our organization moves at a very fast pace (literally), and we need to you be a driver, not someone who simply reacts and follows instructions once asked. You will need to drive the change and growth, and effectively and positively lead the team to get there. You’ll need to be a big picture thinker – looking beyond the daily operations to future goals and devise operational plans to execute. You’ll develop and manage realistic action plans, as well as prioritize and plan work activities.  You will need to communicate the projects’ progress and/or changes to the CEO, direct reports, and/or other employees.  You should coordinate projects with the correct team members, but you will need to properly manage their contributions as well. 
  • Team Communication – Communication is hugely important for this position. You’ll need to effectively communicate company policies, growth, strategic vision, values, and other relevant information clearly with team members, in a way that is applicable to their role and their daily work, as well as their potential growth with the company. As we continue to scale, we want to ensure we are communicating both internally and externally in a way that is authentic and as transparent as possible. You’ll need to lead weekly manager meetings and monthly all hands meetings, as well as special holiday meetings, etc.
  • Budgeting and Reporting – You must be proficient at creating budgets and financial reports to be successful in this role. This role is not one where you will be given already completed budgets to simply follow – you must be able to take overall budgets numbers given to you and build budgets that meat those overall goals. You’ll need to be able to create financial analysis reports in order to mitigate potential variances in time to pivot when needed to meet financial goals. You’ll work with the CEO and CFO to set and ensure labor, materials, and other appropriate goals are met and work with appropriate department to correct when goals are missed. You must already be proficient in these areas in order to be considered for this role.
  • First Principle Thinking & Doing – We’re looking for someone who isn’t looking for a status queue job. We want our entire team – and especially our managers leading them – to exhibit intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills to continuously think about why we’re doing what we’re doing, and how to make it better – both internally and externally.
  • Accountability – Holding your team accountable as well as being accountable for your responsibilities is important for this role, and any role at Farmgirl. We believe that part of creating a positive work environment is being accountable for our responsibilities and holding those in our department accountable for theirs. Not only does it ensure that the operation works well and can scale, but it also allows individuals a benchmark for their success.
  • Customer Experience – Ensure highest level of customer experience standards are met, and hopefully exceeded. Customer service is extremely important to us, as we strive to be the “Zappos of flowers” so working to ensure we meet this goal is extremely important.
  • Facility management – Ensure operations floor efficiency, cleanliness, and security, including safety training and safety enforcement with design team.
  • You’ll need to work well with others, as we are a highly collaborative company. All departments work very closely to make sure we deliver the highest quality product possible to our customer.

  


 

People + Culture Manager (HR)

Exempt, Full Time

Reports to: GM

Compensation: $75K, (or DOE for the right candidate) + benefits, including full medical, paid vacation, and 401K after first year 

Position Synopsis:

We’re looking for a highly motivated, organized, and positive People + Culture Manager who loves helping to build and maintain an excellent team. Our ideal candidate will have one or more years HR experience with a team of at least 20 people. You'll be providing HR support for our team of 90+ people (full time and contract) and help improve upon and maintain a positive and inclusive culture of collaboration and continued professional development. We’re looking for someone who’s a do-er, has pride of ownership, exhibits first principle thinking, and impeccable self-motivation! The ideal person will be excited to build strong relationships with the entire team and about the opportunity to help build a positive, high performing, and inclusive work environment. They will be point person for questions and professional concerns as well as offer guidance for professional development and internal company growth planning. We’re looking for someone who has the desire to help build something, not simply punch a clock and do the bare minimum. While it starts at compliance and paperwork, that’s just the beginning of what we’re looking for in the ideal candidate. They will also have experience and expertise with best practices and legal compliance, as well as manage payroll and maintain employment records. This position will work closely with and report to the GM. 

Responsibilities:

Team support - 

  • Team culture is extremely important to us. While we believe that culture is every team member’s responsibility, you will be an integral part in helping build and maintain a positive, high-performing, and inclusive team culture. You’ll be responsible for coming up with ideas and working with department managers to roll out programs, policies, and projects that will improve team culture. You’ll need to drive the process and manage the projects – so personal motivation and organizational skills are a must in this position.
  • Responsible for creating a welcoming and supportive onboarding and training process that will help new hire team members feel taken care of excited to join our team. You’ll work with managers to create team building programs to help foster a positive and inclusive team environment. Our desire is that this person will continually be thinking of ways to improve our onboarding and training experiences so team members are supported in the best way possible, and are able to grow with the company long term.
  • You’ll be the point person to support employees with workplace interpersonal issues and grievances as well as questions regarding payroll and benefits, professional development, company policies, and more. You’ll need to approach team communication with diplomacy, confidentiality, empathy, and tact.
  • You’ll be responsible for updating the employee and manager’s handbooks, and communicating and training on updated policies throughout the year. You’ll need to ensure that all department managers have the HR tools they need to effectively manage their teams.
  • Assist department managers with recruiting and hiring, interviewing, coaching, performance reviews and improvement plans, terminations, and wage changes. You’ll need to counsel department managers on employee performance issues and offer recommendations on coaching and performance plans.
  • You’ll assist managers with departmental staffing for peak holidays and ramp up hiring periods. You’ll work with Department Managers to draft job descriptions, post open positions to various online job sites, screen incoming resumes, conduct reference checks, and anything else that’s needed to help the department managers. You’ll also need to ensure temporary workers documentation is completed and that they are paid on time.
  • You’ll manage the employee review process, working with department managers to ensure reviews are completed on time and raises are executed consistently.
  • Perform exit interviews with departing team members to determine what we can be doing better for retention and communicate that with department managers.
  • You’ll be responsible for employee insurance and benefits – medical, 401K, workers comp, and PTO. You’ll also be responsible to determine what future benefits might be wise for the company to offer to ensure we are creating a healthy and positive working environment. You’ll need to communicate and educate employees about benefits options and company policies and ensure employees understand now to accurately enrolled in benefits when eligible.
  • You will need to spend time on the floor with each department, learning the operation, so you can be in order to better understand their unique challenges and how you can better support them and their team. You will need to meet with each department head at least monthly, in order to support and track their development. You’ll also need to be on the floor helping during peak flower holidays in whatever capacity is needed. It’s all hands-on deck during peak times, so you’ll have to be able and willing to lace up your sneakers (or whatever close toe, non-slip shoes you prefer!) with a positive attitude.
  • You’ll help ensure we are treating every team member with respect, and also consistency between departments. You’ll be instrumental in helping department managers lead employee mediations and investigations as deemed necessary.
  • Create and train the team on emergency procedures, including creating a safety manual, organize emergency preparedness drills, ensure we have adequate emergency supplies and act as Emergency Preparedness manager for the team.
  • Manage and execute special projects and tasks as needed. We are truly a team that wears many hats, so if you’re not comfortable working as a team to do whatever’s needed to ensure success for the entire operation, this wouldn’t be a great fit.

 

Reporting, Administration, and Benefits -

  • Ensure compliance with all federal, state, and local employment laws as well as all benefits providers
  • Responsible for running bi-weekly payroll and accurately tracking PTO
  • Maintain accurate and complete employee files
  • Payroll, benefits, and worker’s compensation monthly reports and audits as needed
  • Maintain accurate and current I-9 files and track re-verification dates and ensure payroll information for all employees is up to date
  • Responds to employment verification requests
  • Provide payroll reports for the department managers that they can use to manage their labor budgets

  


 

Assistant Design Manager

Exempt, Full Time

Comp: $52K + full medical Benefits, 15 days PTO, and 401K after 12 months

Reports to: Design Manager

Schedule / Commitment – Tuesday through Saturday, 50+ hours/week, many more during peak holidays as business necessitates

Position Synopsis:

The Assistant Design Manager will assist the Design Manager in managing the design and receiving departments at Farmgirl Flowers. You’ll be responsible for managing the team, ensuring operations are running smoothly and efficiently, and that product quality and design meets company standards. You must be self-motivated, have strong critical thinking, problem solving, organizational, and communication skills, the ability to hustle, and of course, a great design eye. You must also be able to solve problems and work well with various types of people. You’ll need to work hard, fast, and smart, and do it all with a positive attitude. If that sounds like you, we’d love to meet you!


 

Functions and Responsibilities

*Ensure highest level of design standards are met, and hopefully exceeded, with each and every bouquet or product that leaves our distribution center. The primary responsibility of the Asst. Design Manager is to ensure design standards of the company are met, and that the Design Department is running as efficiently as possible.

Team Management & Training–

You’ll work with the Design Manager on the following (but not limited to):

  • Team Management – Our design team is our largest team, making up about half of the overall team, so you must be comfortable leading a large team and working with many different personalities. You’ll manage an overall department of around 40 people. You’ll need to be an excellent leader and communicator to succeed in this position. You, along with the Design Mgr, will be responsible for the daily management of the team to ensure operations are running smoothly and efficiently. You’ll need to hire the right candidates, create a positive onboarding and training experience, mentor team members on succession planning, handle all disciplinary procedures with fairness and consistency, and help to build an exceptional team culture. We’re looking for someone who’s honest, positive, creative, hard-working, and resilient. You need to be able to keep calm in high pressure environments. If previous team members would describe your management style as someone who builds trust with your team by leading alongside them with fairness and accountability, while communicating transparently and positively – this might be a great fit.
  • Specific areas of team management include, but not limited to:
    • Manage the floor and daily quotas to ensure all daily orders are completed and meet design standards.
    • Team hiring, onboarding, training, performance reviews, dispute resolution and disciplinary action, and all other human resources tasks and documentation associated with team management.
    • Work with the HR Mgr on all employee documentation for onboarding, medical insurance, and performance documentation for employee files.
    • Lead daily huddles and weekly meetings, complete monthly scheduling and staffing for peak holidays, and be responsible for payroll management.
    • Resolve team issues as they arise, and lead team with positive, can-do attitude.

 

Design Quality –

You’ll need to be able to learn and train the Farmgirl aesthetic. You must be able to adopt the Farmgirl aesthetic even if it’s not your personal aesthetic preference. Our designs aesthetic is set by the CEO, and you must be comfortable learning and training designers on this specific style. You’ll need responsible for training and re-training of team members as needed, and will need to hold team member accountable to quotas, while providing training for them to ensure they can meet these quotas.

Team Communication–

  • Communication is hugely important for this position. You’ll need to effectively communicate company policies, growth, strategic vision, values, and other relevant information clearly with team members, in a way that is applicable to their role and their daily work, as well as their potential growth with the company. As we continue to scale, we want to ensure we are communicating both internally and externally in a way that is authentic and as transparent as possible. You’ll also need to ensure your communication is positive as your team will follow your lead.
  • You’ll participate in weekly management meetings and need to disseminate relevant information to your team members. As mentioned above, you (with the other Design management team) will lead daily huddles and weekly meetings with your team and you’ll need to communicate operations goals to all team members and hold them accountable for outcomes.

 

Product Development –

  • It will be essential that you understand our customer and are in tune with what they want. With a team, you will be responsible for product development and must ensure that selected products will appeal to our customer base and are in line with the Farmgirl aesthetic and brand image. The ideal candidate will pride themselves on being ahead of trends, while being able to temper it for our customer base as needed.
  • You’ll work with a team to execute new product roll-outs, from all aspects – product development, materials procurement, communication, and team training perspective.

 

Flower Management // Quality, Colors, & Waste - 

  • Quality Assurance – We take great pride in making every arrangement in house – and truly believe it’s one of the many things that differentiates us from our competitors. Therefore, quality assurance is extremely important to us, and a key component to our growth. You, along with your fellow Design Managers, will be responsible for ensuring that each bouquet meets our rigorous quality and design standards and improve upon our current QA processes to ensure that each and every bouquet is at or, hopefully, above standard. You’ll need to create systems for accountability, spot checking, and be aware of what is being sent out each day. When quality dips, you’ll need to be the one identifying the problem and figuring out a quick turn-around strategy.
  • You’ll be responsible for the management of flower handling and color pairing. You’ll work with the receiving department to manage flower quality on incoming orders and create better systems moving forward.
  • You’ll need to have strong color theory and the ability to create color combinations that follow the Farmgirl aesthetic. Pairing flower colors is a bit of a puzzle that we need to make work, so you’ll need to have a good eye for combining colors in a way that fits our aesthetic. You’ll then need to ensure that all designers are using appropriate color combinations, and create tools to improve the current system for pairing colors and flower varieties.
  • This position will be responsible for flower quality and design complaints – so daily QA audits are necessary, as is creating and implementing improvements to our current QA systems.
  • Create and manage processes for tracking flower waste.               
  • Due to the nature of the work, and necessity of meeting and communicating with both clients, farms, and supply companies, a professional appearance and communication style is extremely important for this role. 

 

Operational Strategy and Implementation –

  • The ideal candidate will thrive at finding new ways to improve operational efficiencies. You’ll need to be able to look at all areas of your operation and create strategies to improve quality, minimizing labor and waste, and solve problems to allow your department to scale well.
  • As we grow, we will need to introduce advanced technologies and robotics into our manufacturing operations, and you’ll need to not only help lead that effort for your department, but also create buy in and ensure the transition is as smooth as possible with all members of your team.

 

Organizational Management –

  • You’ll need to think strategically about how to change current department structures to maximize current successes - and how best to scale it in the future. You, and your fellow team Managers, will need to create organizational plans without waiting for them to be given to you, and be comfortable communicating the changes and potential head count needs to the GM and implementing on the plans once approved.

 

Facility management –

  • Ensure design floor efficiency, cleanliness, and security, including safety training and safety enforcement with design team. You’ll need to manage opening and closing cleaning and organizational duties and ensure that they are completed each day.

  

Fulfillment Hustlers

Non-Exempt, Full Time

Reports to: Fulfillment Operations Manager

Comp: $16/hr, full benefits, paid sick leave, 401k after 1 year

Position Synopsis :

Come help us deliver love all across the continental US! Our order fulfillment department is growing like gangbusters and we’re looking for a highly self motivated, detail oriented individual to join our growing team. This role will be responsible for wrapping our signature burlap wrapped bouquets, ensuring high quality standards are met each and every time. We’re a bootstrapped start-up and we’re on a fast train, so we’re looking for someone who can keep pace, take ownership and do it all with a positive, can-do attitude.

Sound like you? If so, we can’t wait to meet you!

Essential Functions:

  • Wrap and box daily bouquets with great attention to detail ensuring quality assurance standards are met consistently
  • Communicate quality issues to the appropriate party
  • Maintain a clean and organized working environment
  • Work hard and fast. You'll be expected to meet productivity quotas in this position
  • Assist in inventory and other areas of daily production as needed 
  • Communicate effectively and professionally with team members and managers

Additional Requirements (not listed above):

  • Early Riser – Shifts for this position start early. Punctuality is a policy that is heavily enforced, so please be sure you can commit to the early call time.
  • Self-Motivated – You identify tasks that need to get done and you do them! You don’t need micromanagement to get the job done.
  • “We” Person – You’re a team player who knows that great teamwork is really what gets results.
  • Cool Under Pressure – You can handle high-pressure moments with composure, excellent problem solving and can keep your team motivated and positive when the pressure is on.
  • Problem Solver – You stay awake at night thinking about the problem you encountered at work, trying to come up with a solution. You always have three ways to fix something and you can’t rest until you find a solution.
  • Positive can-do attitude – You’ll need to be able to motivate your team to be high performers, with a positive attitude. We believe negativity kills teamwork and it doesn’t fly here.
  • Mandatory Overtime – Long hours are required during peak flower holiday times. Valentine’s Day, Administrative Professional’s Day, Mother’s Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas are all peak times for us. We’ll hustle hard to get all the orders out and then we’ll all celebrate our hard work when it’s done!
  • Warehouse Environment – We’re located in a big, drafty warehouse, and we function similarly to a manufacturing facility, so please expect a raw, open space that can be dirty and cold. Appropriate attire will be expected for this environment.

 



Bouquet Maker

Non-Exempt, Full Time

Compensation: $16-18/hr (DOE) + full benefits, paid sick leave, 401k after 1 year

Reports to: Design Manager

Schedule: 5a-1:30p or 6a-2:30p

Position Synopsis :

We’re lookin’ for superstar Bouquet Makers who love to work hard and fast and have a strong eye for design. Each day, Bouquet Makers follow a flower recipe concocted by our Design Manager and follow it meticulously carrying out the integrity of the Farmgirl aesthetic into each and every bouquet. A keen design eye and great attention to detail are a must. In addition to creating a beautiful product, Bouquet Makers are required to meet aggressive daily quotas that require speed and a strong sense of personal initiative.

We’re a bootstrapped startup that runs extremely lean – so we all are on the floor hustling, and work hard to do whatever is necessary to get the job done. If you’re looking for a desk job, this will not be a great fit for you, as you’ll be getting your hands dirty (literally!) every single day. Don’t worry, we’ve got great soap!

Additional Requirements (not listed above):

  • Early Riser – Shifts for this position start at 5am or 6am, so early risers are a must! Punctuality is a policy that is heavily enforced, so please be sure you can commit to the early call time.
  • Self-Motivated – You identify tasks that need to get done and you do them! You don’t need micromanagement to get the job done.
  • “We” Person – You’re a team player who knows that great teamwork is really what gets results.
  • Cool Under Pressure – You can handle high-pressure moments with composure, excellent problem solving and can keep your team motivated and positive when the pressure is on.
  • Problem Solver – You stay awake at night thinking about the problem you encountered at work, trying to come up with a solution. You always have three ways to fix something and you can’t rest until you find a solution.
  • Positive can-do attitude – You’ll need to be able to motivate your team to be high performers, with a positive attitude. We believe negativity kills teamwork and it doesn’t fly here.
  • Mandatory Overtime – Long hours are required during peak flower holiday times. Valentine’s Day, Administrative Professional’s Day, Mother’s Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas are all peak times for us. We’ll hustle hard to get all the orders out and then we’ll all celebrate our hard work when it’s done!
  • Warehouse Environment – We’re located in a big, drafty warehouse, and we function similarly to a manufacturing facility, so please expect a raw, open space that can be dirty and cold. Appropriate attire will be expected for this environment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those to be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • This position works inside a cooler with temperatures ranging between 32 and 45 degrees
  • This role routinely uses warehouse equipment such as pallet jacks and heavy equipment
  • This position requires the use of sharp tools such as knives and cutters
  • This job includes frequently lifting buckets and boxes that weigh up to 50lbs

 


 

Bike Courier

Non-Exempt, Full Time

Compensation: $16-$18/hr based on experience full benefits, paid sick leave, 401k after 1 year

Reports to: Fulfillment Operations Manager, Dotted line to Dispatch Lead

 

Position Synopsis:

Come help deliver love all over SF! We're looking for professional and punctual folks with their own bike, including a rack or bag (racks are preferred) to deliver flowers for our bustling flower company!

Previous experience as a bike courier strongly preferred. You'll be the face of Farmgirl, so a positive attitude is a must. We all work hard and fast and do everything we can to help each other meet our daily goals, so we're looking for team players who can be excellent brand ambassadors. 

You must have a great attitude, attention to detail and the ability to hustle! Sound like you? We'd love to meet you!

 


 

 If we sound like a good fit for you, please send us a note and your resume to jointheteam@farmgirlflowers.com with the title of the job you’re interested in the subject line of the email. We can't wait to meet you!

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