We’re an international agtech startup pioneering an ambitious mission in a high growth industry where agriculture meets technology to solve our toughest climate and economic challenges. Through the use of data-driven insights, natural microbiology, and innovative digital technologies, Indigo is partnering across the supply chain, ultimately cultivating a scalable climate solution and enhanced partner ecosystem that beneficially serves farmers, consumers, and the planet alike.

Our mission is unique, and therefore our teams are too: from multigenerational farming gurus who understand the land as though it were an extension of themselves, to cutting-edge techies on the frontier of innovation, our teams are a reflection of the range of the stakeholders we serve: the Earth, the Farmer, and the Consumer.

We are looking for a Facilities Coordinator to join our Facilities team. This hands-on position plays a key role in the upkeep and operations of our Boston office. The role partners with stakeholders at all levels of the organization to ensure the integrity of physical infrastructure  as well as improve efficiency and cost-savings of facilities operations.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in operating facilities and performing building services tasks
  • Maintain the physical condition of the facility in accordance with company standards and local/federal regulations
  • Resolving day to day requests from key stakeholders and maintaining the facilities request system
  • Meet with key external vendors and contractors
  • Manage and assign tasks to Boston facilities team
  • Become familiar with Boston staff and works with them to proactively address facilities needs
  • Creatively identifying and optimize workflows

You understand and embody our mission & core values

  • Excited by Indigo’s mission; believe that Indigo can fundamentally change the agriculture industry; can clearly articulate passion for our mission and values
  • Optimistic and innovative; solution-oriented; show no signs of cynicism
  • Will be widely viewed as someone who personifies our core values, is committed to them, and leans on them when making decisions. Specifically:
    • Demonstrates a track record of high integrity - doing the right thing, owning mistakes, conducting oneself honestly
    • Values, communicates and interacts with others with high levels of transparency and respect
    • Collaborates well across functions; creates an inspiring and collegial work environment

The ideal candidate:

  • Has the ability to judge multiple priorities and adapt to shifting priorities
  • Has a strong bias for action
  • Has excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
  • Has a positive, goal-oriented mindset
  • Has a customer-oriented philosophy and the ability to prioritize amongst several tasks and stakeholders
  • Is an enthusiastic learner and proactive problem solver, with attention to detail
  • Has a passion for Indigo and our core values
  • Is willing to roll up their sleeves and get into the details
  • Is prompt, reliable, professional, team-oriented and maintains a sense of urgency

Qualifications:

  • Associate's Degree or 2-year certification in a related field or equivalent work experience
  • At least 2 years of  experience in facilities, laboratories and/or construction industry preferred
  • Customer service experience
  • Possess a strong understanding of OSHA safety regulations
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint
  • Experience and knowledge of mechanical and/or electrical systems maintenance 
  • Well-versed in employee safety and building security related topics

We’re building the technology to feed the world and fight climate change. We believe that through teamwork we can achieve more to benefit all of agriculture: from farmers to consumers to the planet. Game changers don't fit in a box. The requirements listed above are examples of what we think enables success in this role, but we recognize the impossibility of fully capturing a singularly perfect description, and we believe in the power of diversified and creative displays of skills and qualifications. We embrace unconventional. We embrace creativity. We embrace a challenge to the status quo. If the specifications in the list below aren’t an exact match... great! Apply, be you, and be proud that you aren’t ordinary (we certainly aren’t!).

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status

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