About North Shore Economic Vitality Partnership
The North Shore Economic Vitality Partnership (North Shore EVP) was formed in 2015 as a result of a comprehensive, community-based economic analysis that included community outreach events where community members, business owners and government leaders helped identify regional opportunities for economic growth, especially in the areas of agriculture and tourism, the largest economic drivers in the region. North Shore EVP was formed to provide the leadership and organization needed to implement the community’s vision. As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, North Shore EVP is uniquely positioned to strengthen regional communication and collaboration, drive community engagement across Oahu’s North Shore while building new civic leadership with each project we undertake.
North Shore EVP is focused on driving civic and civil leadership on the North Shore. Through analysis of regional economic data, we engage the community to identify opportunities that can contribute to economic growth and the creation of new jobs from existing assets and resources. All of our projects are community-driven and are sensitive to our quality of life and environmental and cultural values.
Our upcoming events or for a full list of our events please visit our Events Calendar.
An informative presentation about the Hawaii GroupGAP program. Find out what GAP is, how the North Shore EVP team works to help farmers achieve certification, and what producers need to do to prepare to participate in the program. Featuring guest speakers from Fresh Point and Ke Alaula Farms.
North Shore Economic Vitality Partnership is hiring!
Job position: Food Safety Specialist
Summary: The Food Safety Specialist (FSS) will support the dissemination of food safety regulations, policies, and procedures for North Shore EVP’s USDA GroupGAP program, primarily through in person, on farm interactions with group farmers. The FSS will be responsible for providing technical expertise and outreach for GroupGAP and be knowledgeable of other regulations that pertain to USDA Harmonized GAP and the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). Through visits to group farms, facilitating training classes, and coordinating internal and USDA audits, the FSS will ensure that our producer farms are committed to the highest standards of food safety, social responsibility and environmental stewardship.
To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume, including three professional references, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For full job description or to download the PDF version: 220930 Food Safety Specialist