This week Cannabis Jobs Board selects three cannabis jobs that have been posted in the last 72 hours. These jobs are selected based on location, skill requirements and position to show the wide variety of cannabis jobs available all across the country. All the job posts can be found at http://cannabisjobsboard.com
This week we have a brand ambassador needed in California, supervisory laboratory analyst wanted in Boulder Colorado and marijuana compliance specialist needed in Oregon. View the job descriptions in the tabs below, the link to the original job post will be found at the bottom of the description. Enjoy!
Emerald Opportunities is currently looking to recruit a Brand Ambassador for a well-known Edible Company in the Los Angeles area. Want to get paid to represent one of the most popular brands in the world. Want to become a Brand Ambassador? You’re in the right place. In fact, it’s not hard you can start right now by applying to Emerald Opportunities you’ll be considered for Brand Ambassador Jobs immediately.
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As a Brand Ambassador you’ll visit collectives daily to fulfill orders that have come in, solicit new collectives and collectives that haven’t ordered in sometime. You will facilitate in-store ‘patient appreciation’ days, spending a couple hours in a collective educating patient’s on the product(s) and offering samples. You will be responsible for product on ‘your person’ at all times (this means financially too) so you must be able to travel safe with product on-hand. Provide professional, reliable, and dependable service, while being extremely organized and able to recognize the various client types and personalities. This position requires A LOT of driving; you will be driving the majority of the time
Intelligent, organized, ability to adapt to various personality types, ability to sell and close sales.
Preferably a college degree with some exposure to the industry (MMJ) and some sales with a fundamental understanding of what sales is about.
MUST HAVE A VALID CA MEDICAL MARIJUANA RECOMMENDATION
Must have a reliable vehicle and proof of insurance
Increase sales weekly, ability to hit expected goals
Be comfortable sharing brand message
EXTREME attention to detail.
Great Verbal/Written Skills
Ability to creatively cultivate long- term customer relationships
Generation of new client leads
Must be able to communicate well via email (All reports will be turned in via email)
Must be able to successfully work in a team environment.
Familiar with the Greater Los Angeles
Must be familiar with having fun in your workplace!
Company Description :
Since our founding in 2009, Rm3 Labs has been a leader in providing scientific analysis for the cannabis community of Colorado. A fully independent analytical laboratory located in Boulder, we bring state-of-the-art scientific expertise and technology to help our clients produce safe, pure and effective cannabis products. We are state-licensed and certified.
- Supervise a team of 2-4 analysts conducting HPLC and GC analysis of samples.
- Review data for adherence to QC parameters and submit reports to clients.
- Analyzing samples consisting of a variety of matrices using traditional laboratory technologies such as HPLC, Headspace GC, and LC/MS/MS.
- Preparing samples for analysis via solid-phase or liquid-liquid extraction techniques.
- Maintaining and troubleshooting laboratory instrumentation.
- Ensure that all data generated meet quality control requirements
- Research new technologies and methodologies to improve laboratory processes and techniques
- Report to the laboratory director
- Work with laboratory team to meet reporting deadlines
- Minimum BS/BA in chemistry, biochemistry, or related field and at least 3 years of laboratory work experience performing toxicology, analytical chemistry or diagnostic laboratory testing.
- Knowledge of HPLC, GC headspace, or LC/MS/MS instrumentation experience is a plus
- Excellent written/verbal communication skills
- Excellent laboratory troubleshooting skills
- Detail oriented
- Food science experience a plus
- Previous supervisory experience is a plus
- Must pass an extensive background security check with no felony convictions and must be able to obtain a Colorado Department of Revenue –Marijuana Enforcement Division key license prior to or at the time of hire.
Job Type: Full-time
Local candidates only:
- Boulder, CO
- Laboratory Analyst: 3 years
The mission of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) is to promote the public interest through the responsible sale and service of alcoholic beverages. We balance our policies and practices so the needs of the various parts of the alcoholic beverage system are met in a socially responsible manner. We are committed to hiring, developing and retaining highly qualified, motivated employees from diverse backgrounds who are dedicated to providing excellent service to the citizens of Oregon.
The OLCC is seeking a full-time Compliance Specialist 3 (Program Compliance Specialist) with the Marijuana Program. The purpose of this position is to develop the standards and procedures for licensing and regulating marijuana businesses in Oregon. This position also trains and oversees the work of the marijuana regulatory staff, evaluates the effectiveness of the licensing and compliance functions, and conducts investigations on the most complex or sensitive cases.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Assists marijuana program staff in the design of a system for the recognition and enforcement of marijuana laws and regulations. Researches and analyzes regulatory purpose, legislative intent, and policy to recommend the structure of the marijuana program’s licensing and compliance functions.
Develops rules, standards, and procedures for regulating marijuana businesses. Develops marijuana licensing criteria and compliance standards. Develops a compliance manual according to program goals and performance measures in order to ensure statewide consistency in the application of rules and procedures. Develops licensing application forms, compliance inspection templates, inspection form letters, warning and citation notices, and other documents related to marijuana licensing and compliance functions.
Evaluates marijuana licensing and compliance goals, policies, and procedures for alignment and compliance with laws and policies, many of which are not clearly defined. Reviews program records to ensure consistent application of program policies and procedures across the state.
Develops evaluation criteria to measure licensing and compliance efficiency and effectiveness. Collects information from marijuana regulatory staff on licensing and compliance successes and challenges. Determines and recommends policy and rule changes needed to achieve program effectiveness.
Reviews, coordinates, and monitors the work of marijuana regulatory staff for completeness, consistency, and accurate application of rules and policies. Provides technical guidance to staff including the interpretation of laws and procedures.
Develops, evaluates, and revises training program for marijuana regulatory staff. Delivers training to ensure standardized marijuana licensing and compliance practices across the state.
Evaluates the most complex licensing and compliance issues that could have broad impact of agency practices and precedent. Independently, or as a member of a team, conducts licensing site surveys and investigations of Oregon marijuana licensed businesses to assure compliance with state laws and rules that govern marijuana businesses. Obtains and analyzes license application documentation to determine license eligibility. Provides licensees with consultative assistance by developing strategies for achieving compliance with rule and law. Issues corrective action plans or citations for violations based on site survey findings and investigations. Using discretion, develops solutions regarding level of sanctions and decisions for issues not clearly defined in policy. Tracks licensees on probation to assure movement towards full compliance.
Collaborates with the Criminal Investigator and law enforcement agencies by reporting licensee compliance history and suspected illegal activity. Prepares and presents licensee information and documentation to law enforcement as required.
Confers with program director on findings and proposed resolutions from high profile investigations.
Other duties as assigned.
Primarily office environment with some field work to visit licensed premises or potential sites. Frequent use of computer. Occasional contact with angry or hostile persons.
Five years experience doing administrative research that included compiling and evaluating facts to recommend management action, or decide compliance or eligibility with program guidelines and regulations. Three of the five years must be above the technical support level.
College-level course work may substitute for experience on the basis of 45-quarter units per year, up to a maximum of three years. To receive credit for the course work you must attach a copy of your transcripts to your employment application.
DESIRED ATTRIBUTESGeneral knowledge of basic accounting practices
Knowledge of national, state, and local laws and standards regarding recreational marijuana
Knowledge of investigative and fact-finding principles and practices and enforcement methods typical of regulatory organizations
Skill in developing rules, standards, procedures, and evaluation criteria
Skill in interpreting laws, rules and regulations and applying them to compliance situations
Skill in writing technical reports, instruction manuals, and formal correspondence
Skill in performing research and analysis of regulatory issues
Skill in coordinating and monitoring staff assignments and providing guidance and training to staff
Ability to testify at hearings
Ability to balance and communicate technical, social and economic issues and interests
Ability to interact with others in a professional and courteous manner
Embraces and fosters diversity and multi-culturalism in the workplaceADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Because this position has access to criminal history information, per ORS 471.695 (2) the Commission requires a criminal history check prior to employment; the person hired will also be fingerprinted. This position also requires a valid drivers’ license.