New Leaf Market Jobs & Careers in Santa Cruz, CA

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9 days ago

Marketing Assistant

New Leaf Markets Santa Cruz, CA

• Marketing Administration • Oversee master marketing department calendar for events and all activities at store level. • Support the… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Graphic Designer

New Leaf Markets Santa Cruz, CA

• Execute design for materials produced by marketing department, including print and digital • Oversee communication for materials produced by… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Procurement & Merchandising Director

New Leaf Markets Santa Cruz, CA

New Leaf Community Markets is an independent natural foods and grocery store located on the Central Coast of California. Our mission is to inspire… Glassdoor

12 days ago

Nutrition and Body Care Clerk

New Leaf Markets Santa Cruz, CA

• Customer Service • Ensure interactions with customers are always governed by honesty, integrity and the highest standard of ethical… Glassdoor

25 days ago

Produce Clerk

New Leaf Markets Soquel, CA

I. PRODUCE HANDLING AND MERCHANDISING • Display produce according to New Leaf’s principles of merchandising and produce handling with a focus on… Glassdoor

New Leaf Market Reviews

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    Great Grocery Environment - ideal for student

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    Former Employee - Shift Manager  in  Santa Cruz, CA
    Former Employee - Shift Manager in Santa Cruz, CA

    I worked at New Leaf Market


    Great people. Great locations. If you love the environment and people who are open minded, this is the place for you. The customers were ususally a pleasure to work with. The discounts on food and vitamins are great! It's fun and pretty laid back. I appreciate the experience of working at New Leaf Market. Great for someone who's in school and has another income.


    Commute was sometimes a pain. Low pay. No raises. You're not in it for the money. Can't really live off full time work there. It's a second job. If you don't share the opinion of the majority of the work force, you should probably keep it to yourself.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    A couple of low cost perks would be appreciated - especially at the middle management level.