Jobs

We are always looking for creative and motivated people to join our team! Homemakers, retirees and students welcome. If you are interested in becoming part of our the Roca Berry Farm team, please apply! Must be at least 16 years of age.

Catering for RBF:  Groups rent the Pioneer Barn for large gatherings.  We cater hamburgers, hot dogs, pulled pork, etc. You will be responsible for setting tables up and getting all supplies ready for that day.  In addition you will put together hot dog and s’mores kits for the campfires.

Cart Runner:  Many of our guests use carts to take pumpkins to their car. You would be responsible for gathering the carts as you walk through the parking lot and returning them two at a time to the entrance of the farm. This job begins around 10:30am.  You will be outside all day so wear layers and bring your own water jug. This job also will require you to bend over and pickup trash along the way. You will also need to change out the trash cans in the front of the harvest barn when it needs it.  A trash bag needs to be immediately placed back in the can with a bungee cord to secure it. There is a lot of walking for this job. You will interact with the guests as they arrive and depart. You are apart of the whole farm experience so you need to be friendly and able to carry on a conversation if needed.

Tractor Drivers:  The tractor rides are an important part of the farm experience.  Our first priority is guest safety while creating positive guest interactions.  You need to have a valid driver’s license to be a tractor driver. You will be a part of a team taking guests out to the pumpkin patch.  We want you to wave to other wagons that you pass and assist guests to lift pumpkins onto the trailer. All guests should be seated before the tractor moves. If a seat is not available just politely ask them to wait and another tractor will be there soon.  You must be able to turn your head to look behind you as you are driving.

Caramel Apple Maker:  This is a job occurs during the week and weekend.  There is a lot of twirling of apples, which can be hard on your fingers. You must be able to stand for long periods of time. This is a self directed position. You will need to keep track of the supply of apples ad the designs you have made.  You can get creative and make apples with sprinkles, nuts, m & m’s, etc.

Floater:  This is for a person who likes to do many different tasks during a shift.  You need to be willing to cook, dig post holes, park cars, give breaks, clean bathrooms, pick up trash, give tractor rides, etc. Most of the positions at the farm could be done by a floater.  Plan to be outside all day and be willing to do anything well.

Best Pumpkin Farm in Nebraska! My son loved going there! There's many fun activities for the children and the food is great! I love there popcorn, caramel apples, and best of all their funnel cakes topped with fruit jams!! There's no place like

A beautiful facility! The outdoor environment was even more beautiful. The service was excellent from the staff.

Took both of my boys(4yrs old and a 15 month old) yesterday along with my husband and we had such a blast. There was something for all of us to do, from playing in the corn and duck races. I was so happy that my whole family could enjoy the pumpkin patch. And my kids also picked some small pumpkins that were just their size.

We went yesterday (Saturday) when there was no Husker game. I had been previously with our daughter, but only during the week, not on the weekend. We were pleasantly surprised at how quickly the line to get in moved, and how relatively short the lines for the attractions were given how busy it was.