Join the Team


As a Dirt Hugger employee you will finish each work day knowing that your job makes a positive impact in the world. Diverting valuable soil nutrients from the landfill and restoring depleted soils is never a dull moment. Nobody is ever bored at Dirt Hugger. As a small, but growing, team each employee’s role is vital to the success of the organization. The Dirt Hugger work environment is one of collaboration, independence, and constant improvement. We work hard. Still, we value flexibility, a healthy work-life balance, and employees’ goals and aspirations both in and out of the work place.


CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

“Central Nervous System” - Accounting, Front Desk, and Admin POSITION FILLED

We need a personable, task-oriented person to be the central nervous system for our busy, growing soil manufacturing business. This position will input A/R and A/P, help reconcile accounts, greet and help customers, plus coordinate delivery and logistics. It is a multi-faceted, office job that will make the day go by quickly.

To apply, email your resume and a cover letter to nate@dirthugger.com.


“Lead Crescent Wrench”- Heavy Equipment Mechanic POSITION FILLED

Dirt Hugger uses front end loaders, compost turners, dump trucks, skid steers and more to create and deliver world-class organic compost made from recycled materials. We need an energetic, experienced, and exacting person to lead our equipment maintenance and repair program. We built a new shop this year complete with new tools and support systems.

To apply, email your resume and a cover letter to tyler@dirthugger.com.


“Prep Chef” - Pre-Processor & Lead Groundskeeper POSITION FILLED

We run a nine-acre compost and soils manufacturing business that receives and processes an average of 150 tons (350 yards) of compostable materials per day. Each cubic yard of material needs to be pre-processed for product cleanliness. This involves using heavy equipment to turn piles while grounds crew members pick out contamination from the material. Additionally, this role will track and monitor contamination for customer feedback. Over time, we hope that you will help us design a process to guarantee contamination removal from all inbound loads - at 150 tons/day that’s a lot.

This role will be primarily outdoors in all conditions and in compost. We will train the right candidate to run heavy equipment such as skid steers, loaders and excavators. You will be addressing our #1 challenge in the business, which means the job will be challenging, yet rewarding if done well.


If this sounds interesting and you think you would be a good fit to our team please email letter of interest and resume to andrew@dirthugger.com