Careers: Good Food Bucks Coordinator

City Green is currently hiring a Good Food Bucks Coordinator. The Good Food Bucks Coordinator supports the implementation and operations of City Green’s statewide Good Food Bucks Nutrition Incentive Program. As the Good Food Bucks program grows and evolves, the Good Food Bucks Coordinator will have the opportunity to have a lasting impact on the success of City Green’s statewide nutrition incentive programming, which benefits people who use SNAP, NJ’s local farmers, and local businesses.


Good Food Bucks Nutrition Incentive Program

Join City Greens' growing network of direct-retail outlets that participate in the Good Food Bucks Nutrition Incentive Program

Network participation offers you:

  • State-wide networking opportunities with other markets operating similar initiatives

  • Marketing and poster templates 

  • Funding to operate a DOUBLE SNAP/Good Food Bucks Program 

  • Training, webinars, bi-monthly newsletters 

  • The opportunity to be a participant in New Jersey's ONLY statewide farmers market affordability initiative. 

SNAP and Farmers Market Technical Assistance

City Green provides technical assistance to New Jersey farmers markets and farm stands who are committed to making local food accessible and affordable for everyone.

Technical assistance is provided in the areas of:

  • Becoming a SNAP-authorized farmers market or vendor

  • Obtaining SNAP/EBT card reader equipment

  • Operating a successful SNAP program at your market

  • Community outreach and marketing strategies for your farmers market

  • Recommendations for new farmers market initiatives

Looking to get involved with the Good Food Program? Here are some ways you can help!
  • Sponsor SNAP & Double SNAP - if you're a local business, consider sponsoring Good Food Bucks at your local farmers' market so even more SNAP customers can get double the fresh produce! You can also donate to the statewide network by making a donation to City Green and designating your donation for "Good Food Bucks"!

  • Volunteer at Your Local Farmers Market - farmers' markets often need volunteers to help staff the market booths and promote the Good Food Buck program. Reach out to your local farmers' market to find out how you can best support them

  • Like, Share, and Post - help us get the word out about the Good Food Buck program! Like, share, and post about the program on social media using #goodfoodbucks to lend your support