CCOF organic inspectors are highly qualified professional auditors possessing a combination of relevant education and work experience in crops, and/or livestock, and/or food processing and handling. The basic qualifications for an organic inspector are:
- At least two years of farming, livestock, and/or processing-related work experience.
- Passing the Basic Crop, Livestock, and/or Processing Inspector course(s) offered by the International Organic Inspectors Association.
- A bachelor’s degree or higher in a related field (e.g. agriculture, plant science, food science, etc). This third item is sometimes negotiable, depending on your work experience related to farming, livestock, and/or processing.
CCOF contracts with qualified organic inspectors based on regional needs. It is important that inspectors be located near our members or have the ability to plan cost-effective travel.
To apply or learn more about organic inspection opportunities, please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Please do not contact this email for general employment opportunities.
CCOF is Currently Seeking:
- A multi-scope organic inspector who lives within 100 miles of Chicago, IL
A multi-scope organic inspector who lives within 100 miles of Houston or Dallas, TX
Applicants for the above contractor positions should be qualified for farm and processor/handler inspections. Applicants qualified for farm inspections may be considered if willing and able to become qualified for processor/handler inspections.
- An organic processor/handler inspector who lives within 100 miles of Philadelphia, PA
- Inquiries from all regions are always welcome.