Friday is here, and so are the freshly picked cannabis job offers newest to the Cannabis Jobs Board. There is an abundance of offers that ensure you have your pick amongst the growing cannabis job market, however we know an unending list can be daunting. Thus, why we why we have the following!
This week we have exclusive positions for a Cultivation Tech, Ag Biologist, and Extraction Tech. Click the link at the bottom of each post to get to the original listing.
Our Site: Yerba Buena
1. Responsible for all aspects of marijuana cultivation including:
• Watering and nutrient management
• Individual plant health
• Treatment of pests or disease
• Light change in accordance with cultivation cycle
• Plant destruction as warranted
• Determination of readiness for harvest
• Conduct of harvest
• Curing and drying
• Storage of trim product
2. Ensures that each plant receives the individual attention it needs for optimal growth, health and quality
3. Responsible for maintaining reservoirs, including mixing, cleaning and transferring contents
4. In collaboration with the Cultivation Manager, assigns and oversees daily tasks of Cultivation Assistants and Farm Assistants
5. Collaborates with Cultivation Manager in the training and oversight of cultivation site staff and their performance
6. Monitors for quality control in order to ensure excellence of product yield and value
7. Collaborates with other employees in all areas to improve environmental performance by using fewer resources and increasing recycling and reuse
8. Implements procedures that maximize safety, assure consistent maintenance and sanitation of all equipment
9. Implements procedures that assure that buildings and equipment used for cultivation, harvest, preparation, packaging, storage, infusion or sale of marijuana are maintained in clean and sanitary condition
10. Assures that marijuana that is in the process of production, preparation, manufacture, packing, storage, sale, distribution or transportation is protected from flies, dust, dirt and all other contamination
11. Assures that refuse and waste products incident to the manufacture, preparation, packing, selling, distributing, or transportation of marijuana are removed from the cultivation site at least once every 24 hours or more often as necessary to maintain clean conditions
12. Oversees general facility maintenance and exercises sound problem-solving skills
13. Employs professional and clear communication practices to maintain a positive and progressive team atmosphere
14. Responsible for each batch of marijuana cultivated and entering cultivation data into the inventory tracking system.
15. Tracks the number of female plants grown to maturity
16. Tracks and records movement of plants between cultivation rooms through each tage of cultivation, e.g., seedling/clone, vegetative stage, flower, harvest, trimming, curing, drying, storage
17. Demonstrates knowledge of and assumes responsibility for every harvest
18. Demonstrates knowledge of and assumes responsibility for the disposal of unusable marijuana
19. Maintains clean and tidy workspace and displays a high standard of cleanliness
20. Willingness to perform any task requested
1. Minimum of 2 years of commercial grow experience
2. Strong Agricultural background
3. Over 21 years of age
4. Advanced knowledge of strain genetics preferred
5. Experience in a variety of mediums
6. Expert knowledge in plant disease and pest mitigation without use of chemicals
7. High school diploma or equivalent.
8. Must be able to pass a background check
9. Demonstrated knowledge of marijuana and its approved uses
10. Knowledge of:
• Risks, benefits and side effects of marijuana
• The different strains and strengths of marijuana and their ideal cultivation methods
• Different methods, forms and routes of marijuana administration
• Current cultivation products and techniques
• Relevant laws pertaining to marijuana
11. Demonstrated experience in cultivation of marijuana
12. Physical and mental stamina to maintain professional public relations and interactions at all times
13. Demonstrated success in meeting expectations in a work environment that demands timely task completion, cooperation with co-workers and strict adherence to rules of operation
14. Frequent bending, stooping, turning and lifting to accomplish tasks routinely completed in an agricultural setting
15. Includes frequent repetitive motions of hands, wrists, arms, neck and torso
Salary depends on experience.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send your professional resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Calaveras County, CA – San Andreas, CA
$19.39 – $23.57 an hour
County Mission Statement: (I) $19.39—$23.57 per hr. (II) $21.12—$25.67 per hr.
The mission of Calaveras County Government is to provide service, (III) $23.03—$28.01 per hr.
infrastructure and leadership
necessary to advance a safe Medical Cannabis Cultivation community, maintain a high quality
of life, and to protect personal liberties for all of its citizens. Under general supervision, will perform inspec-
tions and enforce provisions of the the Food and Calaveras County Agricultural Code and the California Code of Reg-
Human Resources Department ulations on all agricultural commodities and prod-
891 Mountain Ranch Road
San Andreas, CA 95249 ucts, including cannabis, relating to pesticide reg-
Office: 209-754-6303 ulation, pesticide investigation, environmental 24-hour job line: 209-754-6332 monitoring, integrated pest management, com-
Fax: 209-754-6333 modity regulation, pest prevention, plant regula- E-mail: email@example.com tion and enforce provisions of the Business and
http://www.co.calaveras.ca.us Professions Code relating to weight verification, measurement verifica- tion, transaction and product verifi- cation; and to perform related work as required.
Calaveras County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Agricultural Biologist-Weights and Measures Inspector I:
This is the first level in the Agricultural Biologist-Weights and Measures Inspector series; work will nor-
mally be performed in two of four fields of agricultural and weights and measures inspection work; in-
cumbents are typically trainees, working under the field guidance of a higher level inspector; during
rush seasons or in emergency situations, employees may perform work in fields for which they do not
hold licenses; normally, however, it is expected that employees hold, or obtain licenses in all fields in
which duties are assigned.
Agricultural Biologist-Weights and Measures Inspector II:
This is the second or journey level inspection class; incumbents work under general supervision in four
of six fields of the agricultural and/or weights and measures inspection work.
Agricultural Biologist-Weights and Measures Inspector III:
This is the third level or advanced level inspection class; incumbents are expected to carry a full range
of inspection duties with very general supervision; it is expected that employees hold or obtain licenses
in all fields of inspection performed; incumbents train and supervise subordinates, prepare special re-
ports and assume responsibility for the department in the absence of the commissioner and deputy
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Agricultural Biologist-Weights and Measures Inspector I: Possession of one or more valid statewide specific category licenses as a County Agricultural Inspector/Biologist OR possession of a Bachelor’s degree with specialization in one or more appropriate disciplines in agricultural or biological sciences as determined by the Secretary. Incumbents will have one year from the date of appointment to this class to obtain two valid state li- censes in the fields of Agricultural and Weights and Measures inspection. One license shall be that of pesticide regulation. The department head may designate the category of the second license based on the needs of the department. Failure to obtain these licenses within one year may be cause for ter- mination of employment in this class. Agricultural Biologist-Weights and Measures Inspector II: The above, plus one year of technical inspection and enforcement work comparable to that of Agricultural Biologist-Weights & Measures In- spector. Appointment or promotion to this class requires at least four valid state licenses in the following fields of Agricultural and Weights and Measures inspection: pesticide regulation, pest prevention and plant regulation, weight verification, and measurement verification. Agricultural Biologist-Weights and Measures Inspector III: The above, plus two years of technical inspection and enforcement work; one year of which shall have been comparable to an Agricultural Bi- ologist-Weights and Measures Inspector II. Appointment or promotion to this class requires at least six valid state licenses including the four named above and two additional unspecified fields.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES Issues grower identification numbers and reviews use reports for pesticide applications to agri-
cultural commodities and products . conducts pesticide use inspections on agricultural land, cannabis production sites, nurseries,
storage facilities and other sites including structural fumigations. Investigates misapplication of pesticides resulting in human illness, environmental damage or
crop loss. Issues pesticide permits for restricted material applications to agricultural and non-agricultural
sites. Inspects and tests commercial weighing and measuring devices for compliance with laws and
regulations in retail establishments, farm settings, medical marijuana dispensaries and packaging facilities, weighmaster locations and vehicle scale locations.
Inspects prepackaged commodities for compliance with stated net contents and labeling require- ments
Tests gasoline pumps, takes petroleum samples and enforces gas station and petroleum sign- age and labeling requirements.
Investigates and reports crop loss due to drought, fire and other causes Inspects apiaries for nuisance complaints, bee diseases and other pests.
Inspects nurseries for compliance with regulations relating to labeling, grades and standards of cleanliness.
Places and inspects exotic insect traps within a prescribed system, employing early detection techniques designed to locate and delineate pests of statewide importance before they become widespread.
Compiles statistics necessary for the annual crop report. Applies herbicides as appropriate for the control of noxious weeds in accordance with applicable
laws and regulations. Inspects licensed weigh masters for compliance with established laws and regulations.
Investigates consumer complaints regarding violations of weights and measures laws and regu- lations.
Inspects fruits, vegetables, nuts, honey, eggs, other agricultural commodities and products in farmers markets, packing houses, retail produce stores and stands for compliance with regula- tions relating to standards and grades or Certified Farmer Market and Certified Producer Certifi- cate requirements.
Prepares reports of inspections, tests, investigations and other activities with applicable laws and regulations.
Inspects incoming shipments of plant material for evidence of disease, insect and weed pests which are prohibited.
Issues phytosanitary and nursery compliance certificates
Investigates inquiries of growers and other persons regarding damage from insect, disease, weed or vertebrate pests and provides appropriate general information on control.
Performs maintenance on departmental equipment.
LICENSE / CERTIFICATES Valid California Driver’s License issued by the State Department of Motor Vehi-
See Education and Experience for required State of California position specific
APPLICATION PROCESS Interested individuals must submit the following:
Calaveras County Application
Proof of State required license(s) if applicable
FINAL FILING DATE: Apply immediately. Position open until filled.
Application materials will be reviewed to evaluate the specific qualifications of each applicant and determine which applicants will continue in the screening process. Incomplete applications will not be processed. Those candidates identified as having qualifications best suited for the position will be invited to participate in the interview process.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
The County provides a comprehensive benefit package to employees who qualify. Benefits include
medical, dental, vision, life and long-term disability insurance, along with paid vacation and sick
leave. Permanent employees do not pay Social Security, but are members of the Public Employees’
Retirement System (PERS). A voluntary deferred compensation program is also available with a
county match of $25 per month. Appointments to permanent positions within the county service are
normally made at the first step of the salary schedule. A one-year probationary period is standard.
After successful completion of twelve months of employment, a 5% merit raise may be granted an-
nually thereafter to the top step. In addition we also provide:
Ten days annual vacation pay; increases to 15 days after three years of employment; 20 days after 10 years of employment.
12 sick days per year with unlimited accumulation. 13 traditional holidays. $50,000 Life Insurance Policy CalPERS 2 % @ 62 if not a Legacy employee. For detailed benefits visit our website.
Our Site: DabsLabs
Extraction Technician/Lab Manager
We are seeking an enthusiastic, professional individual who is passionate about the cannabis industry to fill the role of extraction technician and manager of our lab. This individual will work in our brand new lab in Northeastern Colorado, operating and maintaining closed loop hydrocarbon extraction systems as well as commercial rosin presses. This is an opportunity to become a key member and leader of our growing team.
• Management of the extraction facility
• Preparation of equipment and plant materials for extraction
• Execution of extraction and processing in accordance with state and local standards
• Operation of sophisticated extraction equipment
• Ensure consistency and efficiency of product through quality control testing and procedures
• Cleaning and maintenance of extraction equipment and manufacturing facility
• Maintaining strict inventory records of all plant materials, chemicals, and equipment.
• Operating, maintaining, and making adjustments and repairs to extraction equipment
• Storing supplies and equipment and disposal of waste according to guidelines
• Complete the cleaning and sanitization of al production equipment, work surfaces, and tools
• Maintaining inventory records of supplies, materials, and equipment and preparing requisitions
• Maintaining material safety data sheets for all chemicals and products
• Following all standard operating procedures regarding product creation and lab safety
• Assist in packaging and labeling of finished products
• Works with testing laboratory as defined by state guidelines
• Must have a current and valid MED badge
• Must have a minimum of one year full-time paid experience working with hydrocarbon extraction equipment with the ability to consistently produce high quality concentrates.
• Understanding of state and local laws
• Understanding of proper and safe handling of hazardous materials
• Familiarity with separations, isolations and fractionation
• Knowledge of solventless extraction methods
• Stay current of practices and new developments in the cannabis extraction industry
• Ability to work quickly without compromising accuracy
• Effective communication skills
• Flexibility to work days/evenings/weekends depending on production schedules
• Ability to discern the quality of plant material and finished products
• Strong computer and social skills
HOW TO APPLY
Send resume to Barbara@TheDabsLabs.com