Kitchen Assistant

Seasonal:  April – November

This job entails preparation and overseeing the daily cereal bar, salad bar, simple baking (cookies, coffee cakes, basic cakes and crisps) and hot and cold beverage area. It also includes dishwashing and clean up after each meal.

There are two shifts daily, 7 days a week. First shift (7:00 – 3:00) is responsible for breakfast and lunch. Second Shift (3:00pm – 8:30pm) is responsible for dinner. Each shift consists of two staff – one lead cook and one assistant that work as a close team to execute each meal.

Candidate must be a team player, have decent knife skills, a willingness to learn and be directed yet also be a self-starter. This is a relaxed open kitchen in plain view of the guests. Proper Safe Serve regulations are followed. Candidate will be required to work in an organized professional manner under pressure at all times due to the close contact with participants. CORI check required.

Pay rate - $10/hr

Send a resume to or call 413-268-3101 to inquire. 

Summer Instructors for High School Program

Snow Farm Summer is a residential studio craft program for high school students that offers small-group instruction in the following media:

  • Glassblowing
  • Flameworking
  • Ceramics
  • Woodworking
  • Weaving/Dyeing/Sewing
  • Screenprinting
  • Metalsmithing/Jewelry
  • Welding
  • Drawing/Color
  • Digital Arts - Video
  • Digital Arts - Photography

Program dates: 

Staff Orientation and Training      June 27 - 30

First Session                             June 30 - July 13

Second Session                         July 14 - July 27

All positions are temporary and require living on our campus in Williamsburg, MA.

Positions include:

  • Head of Studio (in all media):  Applicants must be enrolled in a MFA program or be a working studio artist and must have teaching experience. 
  • Assistant Head of Studio (in all media): Applicants can be entering their senior year in a BFA program or equivalent with teaching experience.

NOTE:  In addition to responsibilities in the studio, all studio instructors participate in other recreational activities and assist with overall supervision of the students in the residential setting. 

TO APPLY: please send resume, letter of interest, and 6-10 images of your work to Brian Brown or by mail to Snow Farm, 5 Clary Rd, Williamsburg, MA 01096

  • Assistant Director:  Applicants should have experience working with teenagers in a school or program setting and have supervisory experience. An art background is helpful but not required. 


  • Support the High School Program Director in all aspects of the Summer High School Program
  • Fill in for Director when Director has time off or is away from the campus
  • Support Director with discipline issues and parent contact
  • Be in charge of dispensing medication to students and scheduling doctor appointments
  • Assist Director with accounting for Petty Cash
  • Assist Activities Coordinator with van sign-out and van maintenance
  • Assist Activities Coordinator with preparing first aid kits and medical forms for vans
  • Work closely with the Activities Coordinator assisting with group activities & theme dinners
  • In charge of scheduling kitchen & bathroom duties an assigning rooms/roommates- during orientation
  • Assist with Instructor breaks
  • Make announcements at mealtimes as needed
  • Assist Activities Coordinator with transportation to doctor appointments and/or medication pick-up
  • In the absence of the High School Program Director, inform the Executive Director of any student or staff problems/issues.
  • Meet/check in with Director & Activities Coordinator each morning

TO APPLY:  please send resume and letter of interest to Brian Brown or by mail to Snow Farm, 5 Clary Rd, Williamsburg, MA 01096