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Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) has a job opening for its Operations Coordinator
MOSA Certified Organic Job Posting- Certification Specialist
MOSA Certified Organic is seeking a qualified individual to join our certification team. We are a nonprofit organic certification agency rooted in the Midwest with certified clients in over 20 U.S. states. We certify crops, livestock, processors and handlers.
Primary responsibilities of the Certification Specialist position include evaluating organic plan information and inputs to determine compliance with the National Organic Standards, communication with organic operators about certification requirements, and the performance of on-site organic inspections. The ideal candidate will have a relevant college or university degree, or equivalent training and experience, and knowledge of organic systems and certification. Experience with food science or food processing and handling is a plus.
We require excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong computer skills, and the ability to do detail oriented work in a fast paced environment. This is a full time salaried position with benefits. Salary is highly competitive for a nonprofit organization and for the area. We offer a friendly work environment, challenging work, open communication, and commitment to a job well-done in a thriving small town with a strong progressive community.
It takes approximately one year to be proficient this position. Please take this into consideration before applying. For a complete job description and application details visit http://mosaorganic.org/join-us. Applications will be accepted through 8/23/2019.
Kentucky Dept of Ag - Organic Program Manager
Here is the link to the official announcement - it closes 8-9-19:
KDA is also looking for contract reviewers and contract inspectors.posted 8/7/2019
PCO Seeks Executive Director
Pennsylvania Certified Organic (PCO), is seeking an Executive Director to further its mission to “Ensure the Integrity of Organic Products and Serve our Farming Community” and to empower staff, clients and the organization to realize their fullest potential. The ideal candidate will possess a passion for the industry and a vision for its future. A demonstrated track record of excellent communication skills and the ability to build, cultivate and steward relationships in a variety of settings are essential to the role.
• Experience in and a working knowledge of organic agriculture
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is needed
• Demonstrated track record of successful team leadership experience
• Proficiency with technology
• Working with a mission-driven organization
• Participating in a compliance driven, highly regulated industry
• Collaborating with a Board of Directors
• A demonstrated history of community involvement
If you are passionate about organic farming and want to lead a highly dedicated team in growing the organization & impacting the organic farming community, this opportunity may be right for you!
This position is open until filled.
Please forward resume and cover letter to our consultants: www.NorthGroupConsultants.com/jobs
Pennsylvania Certified Organic (PCO), Spring Mills, PA, is a nonprofit, USDA-accredited, organic certifying agency that educates and certifies growers, processors and handlers of organic crops, wild crops, livestock and livestock products. Founded in 1997, PCO has ensured the integrity of organic products and provided education, inspection, and certification services that meet the needs of its more than 1600 members. PCO has grown to be one of the top five certification agencies in the U.S. with an incredibly talented and dedicated team of 60. PCO is in the unique situation as a nonprofit that generates the vast majority of its revenue from a fee for service which allows for opportunities for future development of innovative services.
PCO is hiring a new Certification Specialist
Pennsylvania Certified Organic (PCO) announces a job for Certification Specialist. The certification specialist serves as the primary contact between PCO and our certified organic clients. This position focuses on assessing and determining compliance of the operation’s organic system plan with organic regulations; evaluating inspection reports and writing/issuing reports to our clients; providing customer service and working collaboratively within the certification Team. This position is primarily office-based with some very limited travel exceptions. The ideal candidate will have education and or experience in the following areas: familiarity with regulatory compliance and organic certification, knowledge of organic standards, agriculture and/or food science/processing, and organic/regulatory inspections. We are looking for a well-organized and self-motivated person to join our team-oriented environment in Spring Mills, Pennsylvania; remote telecommuting will be considered.
PCO is a growing non-profit organization that works with organic farmers and food producers across the US. PCO provides organic certification services to more than 1600 operations and employs approximately 30 staff and 30 field inspectors. Our staff is dedicated to our mission: to ensure the integrity of organic products and serve our farming community.
This is a full-time, exempt position.
Salary range: $47,500 to $58,000, depending on experience.
Benefits: health, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance; Simple IRA, generous holiday, vacation and paid time off.
This position will remain open for 14 days. Please submit a resume and cover letter to PCO Job Openings by Wednesday, Aug 7th, 2019.
Employee Value Statement
Our core values serve as a guide for how PCO works and makes decisions every day. Through our Core Values, we recognize the interdependent relationships between all our stakeholders: certified clients, supporters and members; PCO staff and independent contractors; partner organizations; community and environment.
We keep people at the center of every action, interaction, and decision. We value employees who:
Care intensely about our stakeholders and their ability to succeed.
Show deep respect for human beings inside and outside our company and for the communities in which they live.
Listen well and seek to understand before reacting.
Are empowered to provide proactive solutions.
Communicate in a clear and timely manner.
We promote restorative practices that improve the world for future generations. We value employees who:
Provide sensible enforcement and understand how that impacts people, the environment, and the organic industry.
Create a network of support by connecting stakeholders to resources.
Are an advocate for PCO and the industry - building trust in organics from the inside out.
Embrace transparency and integrity in all our work.
We value employees who:
Embrace humility, own mistakes, and honor commitments.
Actively welcome and give constructive feedback.
Foster a participatory workplace through inclusive discussion and decision making.
At PCO we strive to promote a work culture that promotes caring, purpose, and results.
ICEA Italy looking for independent Inspector
We are looking for an inspector that could carry out some audit on behalf of our Institute as a free-lance. He/she should at least have some years of experience in auditing and have attended a training in ISO 19011. Competences in textile sector would be, of course, highly appreciated. On the other side, we would like to have a more comprehensive collaboration with him/her in order to develop our activities in USA and Canada.
Paolo Foglia firstname.lastname@example.org
Non Food Certification Manager
ICEA - Italy
Via Brugnoli, 15
40122 Bologna - Italy
Tel. +39-051-272986 Cell. +39-349-7117010
Job Opportunities in Organic Compliance
About MVM, Inc.
Service, Support, Success are the pillars upon which MVM’s founders built the company, and they continue to serve as MVM’s core values. Along with our uncompromising insistence on integrity and ethical business practices, these values make us the service provider of choice for our customers and the employer of choice for our dedicated team members. Working at MVM, Inc. takes a certain kind of person; we want someone who identifies with our values and is willing to challenge themselves both personally and professionally. We seek employees who are passionate about serving and making a difference in lives of others.
We’re looking to add a Program Manager, in anticipation of a contract award. If you can envision joining a team where you will have the opportunity to provide mission driven results; then we are looking for you! The Program Manager will be supporting the National Organic Program (NOP) which is part of the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). In this role the Program Manager will coordinate all case assignment, management and review activities for the NOP’s complaint files.
We’re looking to add Regulatory Compliance Analysts in anticipation of a contract award. If you can envision joining a team where you will have the opportunity to provide mission driven results; then we are looking for you! The Regulatory Compliance Analysts will provide support to the USDA’s National Organic Program (NOP) and analyze complaint cases to determine and identify alleged violations of Organic Foods Production Act and USDA organic regulations. The ideal candidate will have a thorough understanding of investigative techniques, strong communication, critical thinking and organizational skills along with the ability to interpret regulations.
OneCert has an opening for a full-time Crops Certification Specialist
Please see https://onecert.com/careers/ for details. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Inquiries and applications may be sent to email@example.com.
QAI seeking full time inspectors
Interested in full time salaried work as an inspector? Join the QAI team!
NSF International seeks Full Time Inspector for California area
There is a wonderful full-time job opportunity as a Senior Organic Inspector in California for anybody with IOIA experience.
Job description and information can be found here.
Openings at OMRI
Seeking Contract Inspectors to Inspect OMRI Listed Inputs – California, Midwest, Northeast, Gulf Coast. Visit omri.org/jobs for more information. Positions open until filled.
Technical Coordinator - OMRI
The position of Technical Coordinator has recently become available at OMRI, and we want to get the word out! More info can be found at https://www.omri.org/jobs/technical-coordinator. To apply, please submit PDF copies of a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
OMRI - Bilingual Product Review Coordinator
OMRI has recently opened up a position for a Bilingual Product Review Coordinator and we wanted to spread the word. More information can be found at https://www.omri.org/jobs/bilingual-product-review-coordinator. To apply, please submit PDF copies of a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Program Admin Assistant - OEFFA
Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) has a job opening for a Program Admin Assistant in our Certification Program. Please see the job description here.
QCS is hiring
We are advertising for a full time Crop / Livestock Certification Reviewer and a full time Processing and Handling Certification Reviewer, both based in our Gainesville office. While the positions are listed as reporting to Gainesville, FL, we may consider well qualified remote staff. If you know of anyone who may be interested in this position, please direct them to our Indeed ads:
NICS is looking for experienced inspectors
NICS is interested in contracting inspection work in the areas we certify. Email Kris Olson at firstname.lastname@example.org with your interest and resume. IOIA training or inspection experience is preferred.
Pro-Cert seeks Inspectors
WSDA Organic Program is Hiring – Inspectors and Certification Reviewers
Join our dedicated team of professionals in providing third party certification and ensuring the integrity of the organic claim in Washington State.
Washington State Department of Agriculture’s Organic Program is looking full-time, permanent Organic Inspectors and Certification Reviewers. The final area of responsibility for the Organic Inspector positions will be determined by the location of the applicant's home and the needs of the program. Certification Reviewer positions are based in Olympia, WA. The positions are at the Environmental Specialist 3 level (salary range 49, $3,664 - 4,809 per month).
The recruitments will remain open continuously due to the increased growth in the organic industry. Positions will be filled as qualified candidates are identified. For a further description of the duties, the excellent benefit package, and details on how to apply, see the announcements on www.careers.wa.gov:
For more information about the Washington State Department of Agriculture Organic Program, visit us at http://agr.wa.gov/foodanimal/organic/ or contact Brenda Book, WSDA Organic Program Manager, at email@example.com