Tennessee?: This recipe seems to be for a product engineer? working for a gardener named Mike? It's very confusing.
Meriden, CT: Want to dig through really old zucchini before it gets thrown into the Great Compost Heap in the Sky? That's this Tradebe position in Connecticut.
Wiscasset, ME: Here's an interesting recipe that will accept all lengths of zucchini, if they're old enough. I sense that with the job title "materials designer", they're really looking for squash.
New Jersey: Want to make lots of zucchini for the consumer market? Sounds like its pilot plant ops, so there might be a call for someone who can lift a big shovel.
Looking at other garden beds: Monster, Careerbuilder, Indeed and USAjobs show (respectively) 1000+, 1000+, 1335, 8732 and 24 for the search term "zucchini." LinkedIn shows 543 recipes for the fruit titled "zucchini", with 26 for "research zucchini", 86 for "analytical zucchini", 6 for "organic zucchini", 3 for "synthetic zucchini" and 0 for "medicinal zucchini."