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WHAT WE DO
We’re looking for people who share our same enthusiasm for the place where ambition, innovation and authenticity meet. Our team consists of people with an endless passion for the things that make this small world great.
Oregon Tilth (OTCO) is seeking to fill multiple positions within our certification program. OTCO is one of the oldest and largest organic certification organizations in the US, we work to support and promote biologically sound, socially equitable agriculture through organic certification, education and advocacy.
To Apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to <http://www.privatedaddy.com/?q=dydNb14dRk58Ym51RxlQOXhw_19>, specifically indicating which position(s) for which you are applying. No phone calls, please.The listings below are open through Feb 28th (5:00 pm PST). Late applicants will not be accepted.
The Certification Services Officer works as part of a team to accomplish day-to-day services for OTCO clients as well as support for potential and new applicants. The primary role is to serve as the Certification Department’s first line of contact for both current and potential clients to answer their questions, execute action item decisions, facilitate technical support of our online client tools as well as overall OSP maintenance, and most importantly, to provide our clients with all-around outstanding customer service. The Certification Services Officer reports to and works directly with the Certification Services Supervisor to implement goals outlined by the program and works with all staff to organize, plan and facilitate needs of all OTCO clients.
Full Job Description
The job of the Material Review Officer is to assess the compliance of submitted materials with the standard(s) to which certification is being requested, as well as work with overall certification program needs as they relate to materials. Duties include evaluation of materials to federal or private standards, managing materials documentation and database, assisting staff, inspectors and clients with materials related questions, and development of policies and process related to materials.
The Inspection Assistant’s primary role is to provide support in the Inspection Department with administrative needs. The Inspection Assistant will assist with general administration, communications and database duties specific to the Inspection Department within the OTCO certification program. Duties include compiling reports, processing inspection reports and documents, assisting with inspection planning and development, and working with clients to answer inspection related questions.
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