Our Mission: To address issues and concerns relevant to organic inspectors, to provide quality inspector training, and
to promote consistency and integrity in the organic certification process.

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IOIA offers the following information as a member service. No employment is implied or guaranteed by these postings. Information will be posted for a limited time.

CCOF is Hiring

CCOF is currently looking for people to fill these two positions. Click on each for more details.

Organic Handler Certification Specialist
Organic Grower or Livestock Certification Specialist

posted 3/5/2015

WSDA Organic Food Program Inspectors

WSDA is soliciting proposals from qualified inspectors that can provide organic inspections for farms and facilities that have applied for initial or renewing certification with WSDA Organic Program in Central and Eastern Washington State.

Deadline to Apply: Saturday, January 31, 2015

Click here to read job parameters.

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posted 12/22

MOSES has a job opening, Organic Specialist

The Organic Specialist serves as an expert for MOSES by providing education and resources about organic and sustainable farming practices to farmers and other stakeholders. This position manages the Research Forum at the MOSES Organic Farming Conference and the workshop presenters.

The ideal candidate is outgoing and enjoys interacting with people.

The Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) is a nonprofit that provides education, resources, and expertise to help farmers grow using sustainable, organic practices. Our office is located in Spring Valley, Wis, one hour east of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn.

Applications due Jan 15, 2015.

Visit our website to learn more: mosesorganic.org

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posted 12/22

IOAS is seeking a Client Manager/Evaluator to join its team

Click here for more info and application instructions.

posted 12/22

OEFFA - Certification Specialist

The Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association announces an immediate opening for a Certification Specialist. Click here for more info.

posted 12/1

CASFS is Hiring - Two Positions

Please follow the link for brief descriptions and how to apply for:

Field Production Site Manager Position, and

Assistant Director for the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems position

at the University of Calif Santa Cruz.


posted 12/1

QCS seeks Inspector/Reviewer

QCS is hiring for a Livestock and Crop Inspector/Reviewer. Please follow the link below for more information:


upposted 10/19/2014

National Organic Coalition Seeking New Director

Following the announcement that Liana Hoodes will be resigning as Executive Director effective January 2015, the National Organic Coalition has begun a national search for a new Director.

Click here to see job announcement

upposted 10/10/2014

New Mexico Department of Agriculture - Organic job post

New staff position for inspector/reviewer which eventually will include certification work.


upposted 10/10/2014

Pennsylvania Certified Organic - job opening for Certification Specialist

The ideal candidate will have education and / or experience in the following areas: familiarity with regulatory compliance and organic certification, knowledge of organic standards and food science/processing. We are looking for a well-organized and self-motivated person to join our team-oriented environment in Spring Mills, Pennsylvania.

PCO is a growing non-profit organization that works with organic farmers and food producers in the Mid-Atlantic region. PCO provides organic certification services to more than 750 operations and employs 20 office staff and 15 field inspectors.  Our staff is dedicated to our mission: to ensure the integrity of organic products and provide education, inspection, and certification services that meet the needs of our members.

This is a full-time, exempt position.

Salary range: $38,000 to $48,000, depending on experience.

Benefits: health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance; Simple IRA, generous holiday, vacation and paid time off.

Position will remain open until filled. A full job description and requirements are located on our website: http://www.paorganic.org/jobs. Please send resume and cover letter to Lia@paorganic.org.

upposted 9/25/2014