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This Ontario Lavender Farm Wants To Pay You To Bask In Their Fields This Summer

They're hiring yoga instructors, photographers and more!
This Ontario Lavender Farm Wants To Pay You To Bask In Their Fields This Summer

You can apply for some Ontario summer jobs at the province's largest lavender farm right now, and there are so many positions available.

Terre Bleu is known for its sprawling purple fields, lavender treats, and Insta-worthy photo ops.

The farm is hiring for a variety of seasonal positions this summer, with the possibility of a permanent job.

The venue will even pay you more than minimum wage to work on the stunning property.

Take a look through some of the amazing positions offered, or visit the website to view the full list of opportunities and apply.

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Farm Ambassador

Why you should apply: Want to be the face of the majestic farm? Then this position might be for you! A day in the life includes activities like greeting guests, caring for lavender plants, selling products, and more. The ideal candidate is completing or graduated from a post-secondary education.

Yoga Instructor

Why you should apply: You can be the soul of the lavender farm with this position. If you have yoga credentials and are confident in your ability to create and teach programs to adults of all ages, you might be the perfect fit. The instructor must have a minimum of 2 years of experience teaching Hatha Yoga, as well as other credentials.

Junior Photographer

Why you should apply: Calling all photographers with an eye for beauty! You'll spend the day capturing incredible moments around the farm, as well as taking part in Ambassador tasks like conducting tours. A post-secondary school student or graduate with a passion for photography is a good fit for this position.

Event Coordinator

Why you should apply: Spend the summer creating amazing experiences for visitors to the farm. Some tasks include organizing annual events and identifying new business opportunities. The venue is looking for a college or university student or graduate with a love of event planning.


Why you should apply: You can get paid to perform with this position. The farm wants someone who can participate in musical performances on the outdoor stage. The ideal candidate is a student or graduate of a music-related field with extensive music training.

Social Media Coordinator

Why you should apply: You can show the world the beauty of the farm by creating and sharing content online. If you're a university student studying Communications, Marketing, Digital Media, or related field, you're a good candidate for this position.

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