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    Looking for organic growers interested in growing feed grade corn (animal feed) for 2018. Raw chicken manure is available for fertilizer if needed. Manure has been approved by CCOF for feed corn crop. Growers can be outside of California as well.

    Sal Fuentes
    (559) 250-3023

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  • 10/11/17--09:27: Certified Organic Grass Hay
  • Excellent quality high desert (Modoc Co.) grass hay. Put up right - NO rain! 12% protein (hay test results available). 200+ tons - big bales or 3-twine. Truckload sales ONLY 
    $200/ton FOB Likely, CA.
    Ross McGarva

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  • 10/11/17--10:16: Fall Calving Pairs
  • Organic calf crop on the ground. Mixed age, good quality cows - Angus, Charolais, Red Angus, and Hereford. Calves are out of top quality red angus bulls. 130 pair - $2000/pair 
    20 yearling heifers also available - $1200/each.
    Ross McGarva
    (541) 417-0284

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  • 10/18/17--09:55: Organic Chandler Walnuts
  • Very meaty, tasty organic Walnuts. $3.50/pound.

    Babe McCormick

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    CCOF members and non-members may post classifieds free-of-charge for resources that may help those affected by natural disasters such as fire, storms, and more. To place a classified ad in this category, fill out the classified ad submission form and select "Disaster Resources & AId" in the Classified Type drop-down menu. Once added to your shopping cart, the price will be $0.00.

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    I hope the week is going well for everyone—here at McEvoy we are trying to catch up before the olive harvest. Samantha and I were talking about our available spaces and would like to extend the invitations to growers, farmers and wineries that are looking for space after the fires. One limitation is that we ask any interested growers to be organic, as we need to keep our CCOF certification.
    We have:
    • Large greenhouse: propagation tables included
    • Hoop houses: 2 available
    • Garden: Less than an acre of available land for next year’s planting
    • Winery: temperature controlled barrel room and large open space for tanks, equipment, etc.
    Please pass it along to other folks that may be in need. We would love to help!
    Ria D'Aversa
    5935 Red Hill Rd

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    I offer my 42 years of organic farming and farm advising services to those who sustained damage or loss due to the recent fires, at no charge. I can provide, via phone or email, assistance with erosion management, cover crops, fertility, pest management and other organic production issues for annual and perennial crops. I have advised organic farmers in the North Coast for 40 years.

    Amigo Bob Cantisano
    North San Juan

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    HarvestPort, a shared economy marketplace for seasonally used assets, supports the CCOF community impacted by the Northern California wildfires. If you're in need of equipment for your operation, let us know what you are looking for. We will help you find that asset from another agribusiness with idle inventory. 

    Call or text 1-970-HARVEST with your needs. 

    Heidi Burns

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    Job Description:
    This position requires a dynamic and motivated self-starter who is capable of working both alone and with a team. Candidate must be able to complete multiple projects while maintaining the general requirements of the position in a time-sensitive environment. Extensive horticulture knowledge and exemplary customer service and sales skills are required of the position.

    Job Duties:

    • Sells company products and services
    • Maintains sales programs within assigned territory/accounts
    • Responsible for meeting annual sales goals 
    • Monitors competitive activity and trends 
    • May be required to keep records and prepare reports on sales activities 
    • Knowledge of product features, benefits, and use
    • Responsible to continue education on marketing techniques, products and services
    • Provides training to employees as needed 
    • Initiates trials that will support marketing efforts 
    • Interprets soil, tissue, and water analysis
    • Researches and responds to technical inquiries
    • Publishes and distributes periodic summaries of agronomic observations and research 
    • Maintains and builds customer contracts 
    • Other duties as assigned 

    Desired Skills & Experience

    • Exceptional customer service and communication skills
    • Strong salesmanship with closing capabilities
    • Creative and innovative thinking
    • Outstanding organizational and time management skills
    • Strong horticulture understanding and background 

    Job Requirements:

    • California Pest Control Adviser License
    • Agricultural or Horticulture based degree desired
    • 3-5 years sales experience
    • Valid driver's license is required

    How to Apply

    Breanna Lee

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  • 11/14/17--09:11: Assistant Farm Manager
  • Horton Road Organics, located in the Oregon coast range, integrates education, sustainable food production and community events throughout our main season, April through October. The farm organically grows over 30 varieties of crops that supply a small CSA, three farmers markets, several restaurants and a number of local natural food stores. Each season, our farm welcomes a crew that includes farming apprentices and managers.
    For the 2018 farming season, Horton Road Organics is seeking an Assistant Farm Manager. This person will work closely with the Farm Manager to provide support for all areas of the farm operation. We are looking for someone who is an efficient, skilled harvester and a competent teacher, communicator and leader.
    For a detailed job description and application details, please email the farm:
    Bill Booth

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    The Value Added Producer Grant (VAPG) program helps agricultural producers enter into value-added activities related to the processing and/or marketing of new products. The goals of this program are to generate new products, create and expand marketing opportunities, and increase producer income. Applicants may receive priority if they are a beginning farmer or rancher, a socially-disadvantaged farmer or rancher, a small or medium-sized farm or ranch structured as a family farm, a farmer or rancher cooperative, or are proposing a mid-tier value chain. Grants are awarded through a national competition. Each fiscal year, applications are requested through a notice published in the Federal Register and through an announcement posted on
    There are approximately $18 million available in funding for this application cycle. 
    • Electronic applications due January 24, 2018
    • Paper applications are due January 31, 2018
    Please visit the USDA website for more information. 
    Federal Register's Notice of Solicitation of Applications –

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  • 12/01/17--11:42: Farm Director
  • About the position:
    Pie Ranch is seeking a full-time, year round Farm Director for 68 acres at the Año Nuevo site (approximately 30 acres row crop production and 30 acres of pasture). Our current integrated crop and livestock production focus is on diverse coastal vegetables, grains and legumes, as well as cattle and poultry with subleases on the pasture land. The Farm Director requires a strong practical knowledge of organic sustainable agriculture and farm management, a broad understanding of community food security and a deep commitment to food justice and social change. The Farm Director holds primary responsibility for the planning, directing, and implementation of all work and farm & production activities at the Pie Ranch at Año Nuevo site. This position directs, and supervises the Harvest Coordinator, farm crew as well as apprentices and interns (when appropriate). We have 11-12 full time crew members on our team, including field and wash station crew, head irrigator, tractor operator, and driver, at the peak of the season. The Farm Director will also work in collaboration with the Sales and Operations Team to further develop, drive and direct all sales efforts and activities of the farm that are in line with the mission of Pie Ranch: to cultivate a healthy and just food system from seed to table through food education, farmer-training and regional partnerships.
    Key Job Responsibilities
    Farm, Production and Operations Leadership: 
    • Develop, track, and carry out the crop plan and seed orders.
    • Direct, plan, and manage cultivation activities and related tractor work in fields. 
    • Manage transplant orders with nursery, oversee and manage the planning and implementation of direct seeding and transplanting. 
    • Manage insect and weed control, soil fertility monitoring, and general field observation 
    • Manage and oversee irrigation schedule. 
    • Direct the development, maintenance and improvement of farm infrastructure as needed 
    • Create and implement new systems to improve overall production and operations 
    • Maintain Pie Ranch’s Soil Fertility/Carbon Management Plan 
    • Soils – Take periodic soil samples and plan amendments or other improvements 
    • Work with soil scientist to take follow up deeper profile soil tests to analyze and compare carbon data between the various crops and pasture test plots of the ranch. 
    • CCOF – implement and maintain good record-keeping, participate and manage inspection and certification process 
    • Maintain thorough records of all farm activities, including pesticide application, irrigation, planting, transplant ordering and crop rotations 
    • With support of the Finance Director, track and monitor production and animal expenses, including harvest supplies, fuel, certifications, animal feed, etc. 
    • Adhere to CCOF, AJP/Food Justice Certification, GAP/GHP, Animal Welfare Approved certification standards.
    • Supervision, Management, and Teaching 
    • Establish priorities and work plans for farm crew, apprentice, and interns maintaining daily flow of farm work in the field, while providing any necessary feedback and support. 
    • Mentor Harvest Coordinator and crew in all aspects of growing and harvesting vegetables and herbs organically, including but not limited to: field irrigation, succession planting, pre-irrigation & flaming, bed preparation, planting, fertility, pest and pathogen management, and cultivation techniques. 
    • Formalize and adhere to disciplinary process. 
    • Create and follow incentive process to reward high performing team members. 
    • Identify staffing needs, create new positions, and lead hiring process.
    Harvest and Delivery: 
    • Support Harvest & Delivery teams in planning and managing weekly harvest schedule, post-harvest handling, distribution and delivery to customers.
    Sales and Marketing Support: 
    • Support the Sales and Operations Manager to further develop and maintain relationships with stakeholders in their food service programs.
    Social Justice Support: 
    • Key player on Agricultural Justice Project’s Food Justice Certification. 
    • Be available to discuss employee well-being with the HR Director and Sales and Operations Manager. 
    • Coordinate additional professional development opportunities for employees. 
    • Create and hold respectful, appropriate spaces for employee conflict resolution and team building opportunities.
    • A minimum of 10 years of full-season organic agricultural experience 
    • A minimum of 10 years of full-season organic farm management, including year-long farm planning and weekly schedules, mechanical cultivation, 
    • Working knowledge of farm infrastructure 
    • Supervisory experience with farm workers and apprentices. 
    • A minimum of 5+ years experience in wholesale and/or retail produce sales. 
    • Experience managing the distribution and sale of farm products through Community Supported Agriculture, farmers’ markets, wholesales and corporate sales. 
    • Demonstrated supervisory and training skills—able to comfortably provide hands on group and individual instruction to workers and apprentices of diverse ages and background. 
    • Experience and skill in tractor work and implements as well as maintenance. 
    • Irrigation and farm machinery/ small engine maintenance and repair experience 
    • Experience with and interest in livestock management 
    • Basic carpentry and general building maintenance skills 
    • Experience and interest in working with diverse populations - different ages and various economic, social and political backgrounds. 
    • Possess qualities of self-motivation, time management, flexibility and cooperation. 
    • Strong communication skills; ability to work with team and community members respectfully and with patience. 
    • Ability to lift up to 40 pounds repeatedly, wake up early, and do physical labor 
    • Weekly commitment: 40-60+ hrs/wk. Saturdays: June - November. 
    • Desire for long-term commitment and growth. 
    • A strong knowledge of sustainable agriculture and food issues. 
    • Understanding of and commitment to food sovereignty and food justice. 
    • Commitment to ending racism, sexism and all other forms of oppression. 
    • Bilingual in Spanish
    Additional Expectations: 
    • Work takes place in the field and office settings 
    • Job may require hard and repetitive physical work 
    • Work can take place during weekends and evenings 
    • Possess a current valid driver’s license and clean driving record
    Compensation and Hours: 
    This is a full-time position based in Pescadero, CA. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.
    To apply: 
    Please send a cover letter and resume to with the subject line “Farm Director at Año Nuevo”.
    No deadline for submission — position open until filled.
    Pie Ranch is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. We will not discriminate and will take affirmative action measures to ensure against discrimination in employment, recruitment, advertisements for employment, compensation, termination, upgrading, promotions, and other conditions of employment against any employee or job applicant on the basis of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.

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    The National Young Farmers Coalition (NYFC) seeks a California Organizer to mobilize young farmers and ranchers across California to advocate for critical policy reform. The California Organizer will report to NYFC’s Western Program Director but will also work directly with NYFC’s national leadership. This is a full-time, temporary position currently funded through June 2018.
    NYFC represents, mobilizes, and engages young farmers to ensure their success. We envision a country where young people who are willing to work, get trained and take a little risk can support themselves and their families in farming. In order to achieve this vision, we are building a coalition of farmers, ranchers, and supportive consumers of all racial, ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds. NYFC strongly encourages women, LGBTQ individuals, veterans, and people of color to apply.
    Primary responsibilities:
    • Co-lead the development of a California Young Farmer Platform that is inclusive of farmers of color, Native American farmers, and other underrepresented communities.
    • Organize three farmer listening sessions across the state, engaging a diverse range of stakeholders and partner organizations.
    • Facilitate one NYFC Water Bootcamp that convenes local water professionals to train young and beginning farmers on California water law and policy.
    • Offer direct support to NYFC’s San Diego chapter and prospective chapters across the state by serving as a general resource, facilitating leadership development, and increasing membership.
    • Represent NYFC at conferences and events and cultivate relationships with funding partners.
    • Assist with national organizing and federal policy priorities as necessary.
    • Strong familiarity with California’s agricultural communities and organizations.
    • At least two years of experience in policy advocacy, grassroots organizing, and/or a related field.
    • Outgoing and sociable; a strong listener who approaches new communities with humility and curiosity and is able to build trust over time with diverse stakeholders.
    • Highly organized with strong attention to detail.
    • Takes initiative to identify and carry out the work that needs to be done to a high standard of excellence.
    • Able to work both independently and as part of a team.
    • Strong and effective written and verbal communication.
    • Excited to travel frequently and work flexible hours, including occasional evenings and weekends.
    • Native Spanish speakers are strongly encouraged to apply.
    • Advanced degree is desired but not necessary.
    Hours & Travel:
    This is a full-time, temporary position for January 2018 – June 2018. There is a high probability of extending the position beyond that timeframe, and applicants who are excited to support fundraising efforts for the position are strongly encouraged to apply. Organizer should be based in an agricultural community. NYFC supports a flexible work schedule to accommodate long hours while traveling and work on evenings/weekends when necessary. All travel expenses will be covered by NYFC.
    Salary is commensurate with experience. NYFC offers a competitive benefits package, including health and dental insurance.
    How to apply:
    Send a one-page cover letter (including salary requirements), résumé, and contact information for three references to Place “California Organizer” in the subject line. No calls, please.
    For more information, please visit our website
    DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: December 15, 2017
    The National Young Farmers Coalition is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, age, religion, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, political orientation or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. NYFC encourages women, LGBTQ individuals, veterans, and people of color to apply.
    New York

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    Deep Springs College seeks a farm manager to operate a 150-acre hay operation (scheduled for USDA Organic certification in 2018). Candidates should have necessary farm and mechanical skills to operate and maintain basic systems including irrigation pumps and plumbing, tractors, and implements. Experience with hay is preferred but not necessary. The farm manager is also a supervisor and role model for up to five student workers throughout the year and will live on-site and participate in the broader life of the college community. Competitive pay and benefits. Applications accepted through January 15, expected start date on or before April 15, 2018. Contact Director of Operations Padraic MacLeish at with questions or to apply by submitting a resume with cover letter. For more information about Deep Springs College, please visit

    Padraic MacLeish
    Deep Springs

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    We are a greenhouse business located in Soquel, California that has been selling organic vegetable, herb and flower seedlings to retail nurseries and farmers markets for over 15 years. The manager will coordinate activities of workers engaged in propagation, cultivation and sales. Farmers market work/sales included. Applicant should be able to lift 25 lbs., be punctual, honest and have a clean driving record.

    Scott Bender

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  • 12/07/17--09:47: Organic Farmer
  • Job Summary
    Position requires a farmer who possesses a passion for educating young farmers and growing high-quality organic fruit and vegetables in an evolving regenerative production system. The ideal candidate must be able to clearly exhibit a growth mindset, a willingness for self-reflection, and an understanding of the pace and work ethic required for successful production farming. In addition, they must manage their time well, individually execute and/or provide assistance on all aspects of farm duties.
    Key Responsibilities:
    • Vegetable Production: Individual execution and/or lead a crew to complete daily task list as determined by Farm Manager. Tasks include greenhouse seeding and watering, planting, irrigation, tractor work, pest and weed management, harvest, post-harvest handling, sales, and apprentice/volunteer education. 
    • Orchard Care: Support and contribute to the farm team’s execution of specific tasks in the orchard. Tasks include pruning, harvesting, irrigation, new orchard planting, and pest and disease management. 
    • Supporting farm staff on a regular basis with duties specific to Soil Born Farms. Duties include interacting and leading teams of volunteers, public engagement, setting up and working a weekly farm stand, farm tours, event support, providing hands-on lessons in the field and teaching basic classes for our urban farmers and gardeners.
    Required Qualifications:
    • 3 to 5 years of experience in sustainable agricultural systems 
    • Ability to work quickly, multi-task, self-motivate, collaborate, and be flexible on a daily basis 
    • Ability to relate, interact with, and empower people of all ages from diverse ethnic and economic backgrounds 
    • Interest in learning and growing as a leader, both in farming and in life
    Preferred Qualifications:
    • Tractor and small engine equipment operation 
    • Experience managing interns, apprentices or staff 
    • An inclination to mechanical knowledge and skill 
    • Interest in long-term employment at Soil Born Farms 
    • Experience working with farm animals
    Hours and Compensation:
    • Wages commensurate with experience 
    • 90% medical, dental and vision after 90 days 
    • 5 PTO (paid time off) accrual after 90 days 
    • Opportunities for advancement
    Organizational Background:
    Soil Born Farms Urban Agriculture & Education Project is a non-profit educational farm in Sacramento, California. Our programs focus on promoting health and providing experiential learning opportunities for youth and adults, producing healthy food, improving access to healthy food for all and modeling land and environmental stewardship. 
    Site Background:
    The American River Ranch, a 55-acre historic ranch located within the American River Parkway, is the permanent home of Soil Born Farms. It provides a wonderfully diverse landscape to engage both youth and adults in hands-on activities educating and connecting them with the natural world, healthy food, healthy eating, job and life skills, hard work, and service opportunities.
    Please email cover letter, resume, and two references to Shawn Harrison, Co-Director, at Position open until filled.
    Shawn Harrison
    Rancho Cordova

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  • 12/08/17--10:44: Quality Assurance Manager
  • Responsibilities:
    • Manages daily operations of the Quality Assurance department. Set and communicate priorities to staff. Support daily operations of Quality Control and Production departments. 
    • Ensures continuous improvement and effectiveness of the quality management system. Provide oversight and input into the relevant quality systems and standards including: change control, documentation systems, Quality procedures, standards, and policies, product complaint management, internal and external audit programs, CAPAs Corrective Action and Preventative Action, Material Review Boards, and Vendor Risk Management 
    • Develops quality assurance plans by conducting GMP internal audits. Routinely review the GAP analysis resulted from internal audit and address compliances with appropriate team members. 
    • Validates quality processes by establishing product specifications and quality attributes; measuring production; documenting evidence; determining operational and performance qualification; writing and updating quality assurance procedures. 
    • Manage final review and approval of Master Batch Records, Manufacturing Batch Records, Product Release, SOPs, Change Control Documentation, Audit Reports, Validation Documentation, Product Specifications, R&D Testing Protocols, and Supplier Qualifications. 
    • Maintains and improves product quality by completing product, company, system, compliance, and surveillance audits; investigating customer complaints; collaborating with other members of management to develop new product and engineering designs, and manufacturing and training methods. 
    • Prepares quality documentation and reports by collecting, analyzing and summarizing information and trends including failed processes, stability studies, recalls, corrective actions, and re-validations. Ensure accurate response and documentation of non-conformances and the implementation of appropriate corrective action plans. 
    • Manage third party inspections and audits, including regulatory inspections, findings and follow-up. 
    • Member of site development group with primary responsibility for quality recommendations regarding laboratory and factory design. 
    • Support and participate in the Company’s project teams and assist with project scheduling to assure that timelines and deadlines are met efficiently and economically. 
    • Provide regular updates and recommendations to VP of Technical Services regarding the status of quality objectives, projects, and goals. 
    • Hire, manage, and develop Quality Assurance staff and to support the company’s goals and objectives. Conduct employee performance evaluations; assist in setting goals and objectives in alignment with the overall company goals and objectives. 
    • Develop and conduct appropriate cGMP 21 CFR part 111 training and compliance for all levels of personnel involved in the manufacturing and release of raw materials and final product.
    • BS in scientific discipline, graduate degree preferred 
    • Minimum 7 years progressive responsibility in pharmaceutical or dietary supplement industry in a QA leadership role 
    • Strong knowledge of CFR 111 is required. 
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
    • Demonstrated ability to manage and develop quality staff 
    • Knowledge of statistical analysis is required 
    • Proficient in MS Office application 
    • Knowledge of Quality Management System is desirable

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    • Manage daily operations of the Quality Assurance department. Set and communicate priorities to staff. Support daily operations of Quality Control department. 
    • Ensure continuous improvement and effectiveness of the quality management system work within the quality organization to create strategies improving cycle release times and overall department performance 
    • Assist in the development and implementation of standards, methods and procedures for testing and inspection of ingredients, components and finished products. 
    • Manage final review and approval of Master Batch Records, Manufacturing Batch Records, SOPs, Change Control Documentation, Label Change Control, Audit Reports, Product Specifications, R&D Testing Protocols, and Supplier
    • Maintain improve the Company’s quality management system by providing oversight and input into the relevant quality systems and standards including: change control, documentation systems, Quality procedures, standards, and policies, product complaint management, internal and external audit programs and, Material Review Boards, and Vendor Risk Management 
    • Review and/or approve, non-conformance reports, deviations, OOSs, CAPAs, change control in an efficient manner for adequate and timely closeout of these events 
    • Manage internal audits with all other departments including but not limited to Operations, Quality, and Engineering 
    • Support new product testing programs including stability and supplement facts testing and record keeping. Member of the New Product Commercialization team. 
    • Support and participate in the Company’s project teams and assist with project scheduling to assure that timelines and deadlines are met efficiently and economically. 
    • Provide regular updates and recommendations to senior management team regarding the status of quality objectives, projects, and goals. 
    • Hire, manage, and develop Quality Assurance staff and to support the company’s goals and objectives 
    • Develop and conduct appropriate cGMP 21 CFR part 111 training and compliance for all levels of personnel involved in the manufacturing and release of raw materials and final product. 
    • Optimize current processes or systems resulting in improved efficiencies and compliance. 
    • Provide Quality leadership in investigations into non-conforming materials, process deviations, batch failures and other excursions. Facilitate cross departmental Material Review Board Meetings 
    • Ensure accurate response and documentation of non-conformances and the implementation of appropriate corrective action plans. 
    • Ensure compliance to Food Safety Modernization Act throughout manufacturing and laboratory procedures and processes. 
    • Provide leadership on Food Defense and HACCP teams 
    • Lead the identification and development of quality systems metrics based on quality, manufacturing and other relevant data and input. 
    • Work across functions such as quality control, manufacturing, R&D, product development, purchasing and engineering to develop holistic understanding of these internal customers’ needs for use in efficient quality department support planning.
    • Provide planning and management support across the Quality Department. 
    • Participate in the ongoing development and maintenance of Quality performance strategy. 
    • Provide assistance to project management to quality department staff as they liaise with project stakeholders on an ongoing basis to ensure successful results. 
    • Identify potential operational improvement and opportunities, and support ongoing operational excellence, by: 
    • Developing benchmarks through Quality and Operation department trends and metrics. 
    • Manage the reporting of strategic weekly and monthly Quality metrics. 
    • Develop, review, revise, and approve Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as required. Train and ensure that staff adheres to those procedures accordingly. 
    • Perform other related duties as assigned by Manager. 
    Education and Experience:
    • Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, Chemistry, Food Science or related field 
    • Minimum of 5 years of experience in a Quality Assurance position 
    • In-depth knowledge of pharmaceutical and/or dietary supplement cGMPs 
    • Knowledge of statistical analysis is a must 
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication (written and verbal) skills 
    • Strong organizational and time management skills 
    • Strong proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)
    • Ability to work independently and collaboratively, while maintaining a sense of timeliness and urgency 
    • Excellent attention to detail a must 
    • Understanding of LIMS and quality control analysis is preferred.

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    Traditional Medicinals is seeking a Quality Assurance Supplier Supervisor with a strong technical understanding of the Product Development Process and GMP Regulations. The role is a key member of the Quality Assurance team and will participate in the evaluation, qualification and oversight of TM suppliers ensuring the quality and regulatory compliance of marketed products. They are to work in conjunction with the R&D, Supply Chain and the Quality Teams to evaluate and monitor suppliers' quality systems to meet TM stringent quality requirements. This function supports the growth and goal of TM to become the leading herbal wellness company in the US. The Quality Assurance Supplier Supervisor will provide quality assurance-related solutions, including building and maintaining effective working relationships between TM and the Supplier. The position reports to the Quality Assurance Manager and is based in Sonoma County.


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  • 12/08/17--12:12: Garden Coordinator
  • Camp Tawonga is hiring a Garden Coordinator! 
    Camp Tawonga is a children's summer camp located in the Sierra Mountains on the doorstep of Yosemite National Park. Tawonga’s mission is to build positive self-esteem, create a cooperative community, build appreciation for nature, and foster positive Jewish identity and spirituality. Our outstanding staff includes people with both Jewish and non-Jewish backgrounds.
    We are hiring a Garden Coordinator for a three-month, paid position from May to August. Responsibilities include assisting the Farm and Garden Supervisor in managing all garden and farm operations, supporting camp’s sustainability efforts as related to food, farming and animal welfare, developing and leading excellent camp programming with a focus on the farm and garden, and collaborating with other staff on all-camp programming,
    Applicants must be 21+ years of age and must be flexible and able to work collaboratively. Experience working in gardening, farming or animal husbandry is a plus but not required.
    Salary is $2990 plus room and board. To apply, go to, then call us to schedule an interview. For more information, contact Danya Axelrad-Hausman at or 415-543-2267.
    Danya Axelrad-Hausman

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