Yes, more cannabis jobs! The Cannabis Jobs Board has handpicked 3 cannabis jobs that have been posted within the last 72 hours. We love this because it shows the variety of different jobs available within the cannabis industry, requiring multiple levels of different skill sets.
This week we have a lot of job openings in Illinois! To celebrate we have two of the job openings in Illinois and the other is in Las Vegas Nevada, another city that has been in the news recently hosting the Democratic debate where the candidates were asked about cannabis.
Cannabis jobs in Las Vegas are growing, we have one opening here that is an infused products manager. In Illinois we have a patient advocacy supervisor and a process & analytical chemist. Below you can see the job descriptions by selecting the tab, link to the original job post can be found at the bottom of each description. Enjoy and share!
Do you want to join the most innovative, ambitious and exciting team in the medical cannabis/marijuana industry?
Integral Associates – a company composed of the most seasoned entrepreneurs and technicians in the cannabis industry, combined with some of the most successful entrepreneurs in the Las Vegas landscape – is in the process of building out what will likely be one of the highest traffic and most lucrative operations in the world, with 3 dispensaries as well as a large-scale, high-tech cultivation and processing facility in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Infused Products Manager will be responsible for overseeing the entire production of the entire Infused Products division. They will be responsible for managing extractions using CO2 and/or Hydrocarbons. They will also manage product development including concentrates, vapor pens, edibles, tinctures, topical ointments etc.
Experience in this Infused Products field of cannabis is required. Must have some knowledge and background using CO2 extracting machines and/or closed loop Hydrocarbon extraction equipment.
PharmaCann, LLC, is a medical cannabis company that has received licenses from the State of Illinois and State of New York to cultivate and dispense medical cannabis to registered patients in accordance with the highest standards for quality of product, services, patient safety and public safety with the purpose of alleviating symptoms of debilitating health conditions.
We are seeking a hands-on Process & Analytical Chemist with strong analytical and organic chemistry knowledge for our Dwight, IL cultivating and processing center to enable the development and production of medical cannabis oils and tinctures with future expansion into other administration methods and routes.
The Process Chemist shall be responsible for ensuring effective and safe processing of medical cannabis into safe, high quality medical cannabis oils and other related products for ingestion, inhalation, or topical application by registered patients. Responsibilities include:
• Performing his/her duties in a safe manner and environment while adhering to all governmental regulations for this industry.
• Ensuring all extraction, extract processing, product formulation, filling and manufacturing procedures comply with FDA GMP’s, OSHA regulations, and applicable laboratory procedures.
• Supporting greenhouse and production operation analytical testing needs by preparing and testing plant, extract, and formulation samples for cannabinoid profiling, potency, and other required analyses.
• Initially operating and overseeing extraction, formulating, and filling equipment operation with Process Technicians as PharmaCann starts up production in Dwight, IL
• Training of processing and fill line technicians and operators on operations, quality assurance, sanitation, and product safety procedures
• Quality assurance to ensure PharmaCann produces the highest quality processed medical cannabis products:
o Analytical work on HPLC, GC and other required analytical equipment
o Other Quality Assurance analyses
o Oversee and audit Process Technician quality assurance testing and results
o Coordinate required analyses by 3rd party laboratories as required by state statutes.
• Continuous Improvement by optimizing methods and formulations: product and process improvement.
• Developing and implementing new proprietary medical cannabis products, extraction, formulating, and filling processes to meet business needs
• Managing lab and processing equipment supplies and inventory
In addition to the above responsibilities, the Process & Analytical Chemist shall ensure compliance and accuracy involving all product tracking, product security, and product movement procedures. We foresee expect this position to grow through developing new products, implementing new extraction and other processing methods, and implementing new analytical testing support methods.
This position reports to the Operations Director.
Our Process & Analytical Chemist must possess excellent analytical, troubleshooting, and formulating skills and a high degree of knowledge of Organic Chemistry and extraction technology involving organic liquids and compounds and plant extracts. Successful candidates will have proven experience in a medical cannabis, food, beverage, or pharmaceutical environment with a high attention to detail, organization skills, excellent communication skills with the ability to operate in a safe, detailed and accurate manner. He/she will need to operate in startup and emerging environment and be flexible to take on new and added responsibilities per the business’ growth needs. Must also possess good data logging, database, and material tracking skills to facilitate PharmaCann’s strict compliance with state regulatory requirements for product tracking and tracing. Knowledge of Class 1, Division 1 operating environments and cGMP is highly desirable. This person shall add value by continually evaluating our processing operations with the goal of implementing new and improved processes and bringing new products to the market.
The ideal candidate will have at least two to five years of applicable medical cannabis, food, beverage or pharmaceutical experience with a focus on ensuring product safety, consumer safety and satisfaction, and high product quality. The ideal candidate must also possess at least a B.S. Chemistry degree or equivalent. This position requires the candidate to be able to lift 50-pounds.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
PharmaCann, LLC provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age disability or genetics. We value diversity, military service, and law enforcement experience. Compensation is competitive and will be commensurate with experience. Benefits are available.
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We set out to create an organization that provides unparalleled service in the development and execution of business solutions. At nSource we deliver innovative solutions that allow our clients to focus on what matters most. With an approach that recognizes both our employees and our clients as individuals, we make it our business to understand what matters most.
Full-Time Patient Advocacy Supervisor
nSource has an excellent opportunity for a Patient Advocacy Supervisor in our downtown Chicago call center. It is an opportunity to truly make a difference in people’s lives, to join an exciting growth stage medical marijuana company at the ground floor, and to work in the hottest growth industry while doing it. The Patient Advocacy Supervisor is responsible for leading and mentoring the Patient Advocacy Support team. The duties require an aptitude to learn, execute and train the medical cannabis application process. . This is a full-time position that requires some weekends and evening hours. This is a key position in a growing company!
Primary Responsibilities include:
We offer a competitive benefits package including, Health, Dental, Vision, and 401(k) programs.
nSource is committed to creating a diverse work environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
nSource is a military friendly employer.
Job Type: Full-time