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Manager, Facilities Engineering

Canopy Growth Corporation Myrtle Point, OR 97458
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Manager, Facilities Engineering

Canada - Remote, 1 Hershey Drive, Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada Edmonton, AB, Canada Kirkwood, NY 13795, USA Modesto, CA, USA Montreal, QC, Canada Nova Scotia, Canada Ottawa, ON, Canada Remote, OR 97458, USA Toronto, ON, Canada Vancouver, BC, Canada Winnipeg, MB, Canada Req #3690

Friday, 23 July 2021

The Company

At Canopy Growth, our mission is clear: improve lives, end cannabis prohibition, and strengthen communities. We believe that cannabis can be a force for good. We’re building a consumer-centric organization that is focused on sharing the transformational potential of cannabis with the world. We will achieve this through an innovative and disruptive portfolio of cannabis and hemp-derived products.

With millions of square feet of licensed production capacity and operations spanning four continents, Canopy Growth is the world's leading cannabis and hemp company. We recognize that employees are at the core of our success, and we take pride in a corporate culture that emphasizes inclusiveness, collaboration, and diversity.

Our employees come from a wide range of backgrounds, each bringing their own unique skills and talents to the table, working together to continue our incredible momentum of growth. If you are interested in building global challenger brands, scaling a business, and working in a values-driven environment, we want to hear from you!

The Opportunity

Reporting to the Director of Central Services Engineering, this senior engineering management position plays a key role in the management and execution of all site and facilities projects across the company. In this role, you will manage the work of the facility engineering team, as well as various contractors to successfully execute various utilities scope projects enabling our facilities to meet company and local/country codes, regulatory and safety requirements. Travel will be required with this opportunity as the candidate will be responsible for all CGC sites (Canada, USA, Europe). For sites other than Smiths Falls, an on-site engineer may be assigned as the local subject matter expert to assist with some of the key responsibilities.
Responsibilities
  • Manage all Facilities Engineering Projects
  • Manage Facilities Engineering resources, and project coordinators
  • Responsible for Engineering Service Requests assigned to Facilities supporting all other business unit’s needs
  • Owner of CGC internal design manual
  • Ensure that new building is in line with current Operational and Quality standards at CGC
  • Budget and Capital management for large projects
  • Organize stakeholders for input for future expansion and new facility/facility upgrade concepts
  • Develop RFP’s and construction designs with consultants that align with company goals
  • Provide the Procurement Team and Vendors with critical data
  • Complete bid evaluations, and provide technical feedback to the Consultant/OEM Vendor Selection Process
  • Ensure that vendors are providing the CGC team with staged design and drawing reviews throughout the project (IFR, IFC, Redline/As Builts etc.)
  • Ensure the right technical lead is in place throughout the entire project process for the new buildings/areas/systems
  • Coach FAT and SAT activities for newly purchased facilities equipment
  • Monitor, participate and assist in other commissioning and validation activities like IQ and first-draft SOP/WI development, where required by other engineering teams
  • Ensure the efficient and accurate transfer of knowledge to the facilities teams to facilitate a smooth handover
  • Provide design sizing that aligns production goals, cost savings, and space constraints within the production facility
  • Ensure executions meet all local/country codes, environmental, regulatory and safety requirements compliance
  • Manages performance and personal development of facilities engineering team
  • Provide mentorship and guidance to other engineers
Experience
  • 5+ years min of engineering experience
  • Post Secondary Diploma / Degree in an Engineering field
  • Facilities, Process Flow, and systems experience is considered an asset
  • Professional Engineering Designation is highly desirable, eligibility for professional designation required
  • Familiar with engineering and construction drawings, and able to provide comments or direction
  • Ability to work independently with excellent time management skills on projects that can span 12+ months
  • Work with equipment and process validation with GMP validation experience is considered an asset
  • The ability to work with large, cross-functional teams that are composed mid to senior level team members
  • Must have excellent computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe
  • Excellent communication skills both verbal and written
  • Accuracy and attention to detail while working under tight deadlines
  • Ability to follow through and complete overlapping projects and work in a fast-paced environment with conflicting priorities
  • Strong problem identification and problem resolution skills
  • High level of critical and logical thinking, analysis, and/or reasoning to identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts
  • Technical writing experience
Other Details

This is a full-time role that could be based out of the US or Canada.

Canopy Growth offers a wide range of benefits for employees in the United States including: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability, 401k plan, and paid time off.

Pay range: $96,000 - $117,00 USD per year, with bonus potential; commensurate with experience, specific to Colorado.

We appreciate the interest from all candidates, and promise to review all applications, but we will only be contacting those who best fit the requirements. If you don’t hear from us, don’t fret; every resume we get is kept in our database for six months for consideration in future searches for talent.

Canopy Growth welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities.

Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

One last note: the chosen applicant will be required to successfully complete background and reference checks.

Thank you so much for your interest in Canopy Growth.

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If you are interested in building global challenger brands, scaling a business, and working in a values-driven environment, we want to hear from you!</p></div><div><div><b>The Opportunity<br /></b><br /></div><div>Reporting to the Director of Central Services Engineering, this senior engineering management position plays a key role in the management and execution of all site and facilities projects across the company. In this role, you will manage the work of the facility engineering team, as well as various contractors to successfully execute various utilities scope projects enabling our facilities to meet company and local/country codes, regulatory and safety requirements. Travel will be required with this opportunity as the candidate will be responsible for all CGC sites (Canada, USA, Europe). For sites other than Smiths Falls, an on-site engineer may be assigned as the local subject matter expert to assist with some of the key responsibilities.<br /></div><div></div><div><b>Responsibilities</b></div><ul><li>Manage all Facilities Engineering Projects</li><li>Manage Facilities Engineering resources, and project coordinators</li><li>Responsible for Engineering Service Requests assigned to Facilities supporting all other business unit’s needs</li><li>Owner of CGC internal design manual</li><li>Ensure that new building is in line with current Operational and Quality standards at CGC</li><li>Budget and Capital management for large projects</li><li>Organize stakeholders for input for future expansion and new facility/facility upgrade concepts</li><li>Develop RFP’s and construction designs with consultants that align with company goals</li><li>Provide the Procurement Team and Vendors with critical data</li><li>Complete bid evaluations, and provide technical feedback to the Consultant/OEM Vendor Selection Process</li><li>Ensure that vendors are providing the CGC team with staged design and drawing reviews throughout the project (IFR, IFC, Redline/As Builts etc.)</li><li>Ensure the right technical lead is in place throughout the entire project process for the new buildings/areas/systems</li><li>Coach FAT and SAT activities for newly purchased facilities equipment</li><li>Monitor, participate and assist in other commissioning and validation activities like IQ and first-draft SOP/WI development, where required by other engineering teams</li><li>Ensure the efficient and accurate transfer of knowledge to the facilities teams to facilitate a smooth handover</li><li>Provide design sizing that aligns production goals, cost savings, and space constraints within the production facility</li><li>Ensure executions meet all local/country codes, environmental, regulatory and safety requirements compliance</li><li>Manages performance and personal development of facilities engineering team</li><li>Provide mentorship and guidance to other engineers</li></ul><div><b>Experience</b></div><ul><li>5+ years min of engineering experience</li><li>Post Secondary Diploma / Degree in an Engineering field</li><li>Facilities, Process Flow, and systems experience is considered an asset</li><li>Professional Engineering Designation is highly desirable, eligibility for professional designation required</li><li>Familiar with engineering and construction drawings, and able to provide comments or direction</li><li>Ability to work independently with excellent time management skills on projects that can span 12+ months</li><li>Work with equipment and process validation with GMP validation experience is considered an asset</li><li>The ability to work with large, cross-functional teams that are composed mid to senior level team members</li><li>Must have excellent computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe</li><li>Excellent communication skills both verbal and written</li><li>Accuracy and attention to detail while working under tight deadlines</li><li>Ability to follow through and complete overlapping projects and work in a fast-paced environment with conflicting priorities</li><li>Strong problem identification and problem resolution skills</li><li>High level of critical and logical thinking, analysis, and/or reasoning to identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts</li><li>Technical writing experience</li></ul><div><b>Other Details<br /></b><br /></div><div>This is a full-time role that could be based out of the US or Canada.<br /></div><div></div><br /><div>Canopy Growth offers a wide range of benefits for employees in the United States including: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability, 401k plan, and paid time off.<br /></div><div></div><br /><div>Pay range: $96,000 - $117,00 USD per year, with bonus potential; commensurate with experience, specific to Colorado.</div></div><div><p>We appreciate the interest from all candidates, and promise to review all applications, but we will only be contacting those who best fit the requirements. If you don’t hear from us, don’t fret; every resume we get is kept in our database for six months for consideration in future searches for talent.</p><p>Canopy Growth welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities.</p><p>Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.</p><p>One last note: the chosen applicant will be required to successfully complete background and reference checks.</p><p></p><p>Thank you so much for your interest in Canopy Growth.</p></div></div><p></p></div>","company":{"companyType":"Public/Established","name":"Canopy Growth Corporation","logoUrl":"/logos/canopy-growth-corporation-4824ec81067c68cbe6c52ae1676e4cd3.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Smiths Falls, ON","city":"Smiths Falls","stateProvince":"ON"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/canopy-growth-corporation/manager-facilities-engineering/94546f3ede300f84cb943a9f626a7f7c","title":"Manager, Facilities Engineering","hash":"94546f3ede300f84cb943a9f626a7f7c","postingUrl":"https://ca.indeed.com/job/manager-facilities-engineering-45e01ee55253daf7"},{"postedOn":"3 days ago","description":"<div><div><h1><b>Manager, Facilities Engineering</b></h1><div>Canada - Remote, 1 Hershey Drive, Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada Edmonton, AB, Canada Kirkwood, NY 13795, USA Modesto, CA, USA Montreal, QC, Canada Nova Scotia, Canada Ottawa, ON, Canada Remote, OR 97458, USA Toronto, ON, Canada Vancouver, BC, Canada Winnipeg, MB, Canada Req #3690 </div><p>Friday, 23 July 2021</p><div><p><b>The Company</b></p><p>At Canopy Growth, our mission is clear: improve lives, end cannabis prohibition, and strengthen communities. 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If you are interested in building global challenger brands, scaling a business, and working in a values-driven environment, we want to hear from you!</p></div><div><div><b>The Opportunity<br /></b><br /></div><div>Reporting to the Director of Central Services Engineering, this senior engineering management position plays a key role in the management and execution of all site and facilities projects across the company. In this role, you will manage the work of the facility engineering team, as well as various contractors to successfully execute various utilities scope projects enabling our facilities to meet company and local/country codes, regulatory and safety requirements. Travel will be required with this opportunity as the candidate will be responsible for all CGC sites (Canada, USA, Europe). For sites other than Smiths Falls, an on-site engineer may be assigned as the local subject matter expert to assist with some of the key responsibilities.<br /></div><div></div><div><b>Responsibilities</b></div><ul><li>Manage all Facilities Engineering Projects</li><li>Manage Facilities Engineering resources, and project coordinators</li><li>Responsible for Engineering Service Requests assigned to Facilities supporting all other business unit’s needs</li><li>Owner of CGC internal design manual</li><li>Ensure that new building is in line with current Operational and Quality standards at CGC</li><li>Budget and Capital management for large projects</li><li>Organize stakeholders for input for future expansion and new facility/facility upgrade concepts</li><li>Develop RFP’s and construction designs with consultants that align with company goals</li><li>Provide the Procurement Team and Vendors with critical data</li><li>Complete bid evaluations, and provide technical feedback to the Consultant/OEM Vendor Selection Process</li><li>Ensure that vendors are providing the CGC team with staged design and drawing reviews throughout the project (IFR, IFC, Redline/As Builts etc.)</li><li>Ensure the right technical lead is in place throughout the entire project process for the new buildings/areas/systems</li><li>Coach FAT and SAT activities for newly purchased facilities equipment</li><li>Monitor, participate and assist in other commissioning and validation activities like IQ and first-draft SOP/WI development, where required by other engineering teams</li><li>Ensure the efficient and accurate transfer of knowledge to the facilities teams to facilitate a smooth handover</li><li>Provide design sizing that aligns production goals, cost savings, and space constraints within the production facility</li><li>Ensure executions meet all local/country codes, environmental, regulatory and safety requirements compliance</li><li>Manages performance and personal development of facilities engineering team</li><li>Provide mentorship and guidance to other engineers</li></ul><div><b>Experience</b></div><ul><li>5+ years min of engineering experience</li><li>Post Secondary Diploma / Degree in an Engineering field</li><li>Facilities, Process Flow, and systems experience is considered an asset</li><li>Professional Engineering Designation is highly desirable, eligibility for professional designation required</li><li>Familiar with engineering and construction drawings, and able to provide comments or direction</li><li>Ability to work independently with excellent time management skills on projects that can span 12+ months</li><li>Work with equipment and process validation with GMP validation experience is considered an asset</li><li>The ability to work with large, cross-functional teams that are composed mid to senior level team members</li><li>Must have excellent computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe</li><li>Excellent communication skills both verbal and written</li><li>Accuracy and attention to detail while working under tight deadlines</li><li>Ability to follow through and complete overlapping projects and work in a fast-paced environment with conflicting priorities</li><li>Strong problem identification and problem resolution skills</li><li>High level of critical and logical thinking, analysis, and/or reasoning to identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts</li><li>Technical writing experience</li></ul><div><b>Other Details<br /></b><br /></div><div>This is a full-time role that could be based out of the US or Canada.<br /></div><div></div><br /><div>Canopy Growth offers a wide range of benefits for employees in the United States including: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability, 401k plan, and paid time off.<br /></div><div></div><br /><div>Pay range: $96,000 - $117,00 USD per year, with bonus potential; commensurate with experience, specific to Colorado.</div></div><div><p>We appreciate the interest from all candidates, and promise to review all applications, but we will only be contacting those who best fit the requirements. If you don’t hear from us, don’t fret; every resume we get is kept in our database for six months for consideration in future searches for talent.</p><p>Canopy Growth welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities.</p><p>Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.</p><p>One last note: the chosen applicant will be required to successfully complete background and reference checks.</p><p></p><p>Thank you so much for your interest in Canopy Growth.</p></div></div><p></p></div>","company":{"companyType":"Public/Established","name":"Canopy Growth Corporation","logoUrl":"/logos/canopy-growth-corporation-4824ec81067c68cbe6c52ae1676e4cd3.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Nova Scotia","stateProvince":"NS"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/canopy-growth-corporation/manager-facilities-engineering/022409628bf5b437e54fd834d4bf96f8","title":"Manager, Facilities Engineering","hash":"022409628bf5b437e54fd834d4bf96f8","postingUrl":"https://ca.indeed.com/job/manager-facilities-engineering-9f26ac02e73947d4"},{"postedOn":"3 days ago","description":"<div><div><h1><b>Manager, Facilities Engineering</b></h1><div>Canada - Remote, 1 Hershey Drive, Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada Edmonton, AB, Canada Kirkwood, NY 13795, USA Modesto, CA, USA Montreal, QC, Canada Nova Scotia, Canada Ottawa, ON, Canada Remote, OR 97458, USA Toronto, ON, Canada Vancouver, BC, Canada Winnipeg, MB, Canada Req #3690 </div><p>Friday, July 23, 2021</p><div><p><b>The Company</b></p><p>At Canopy Growth, our mission is clear: improve lives, end cannabis prohibition, and strengthen communities. We believe that cannabis can be a force for good. We’re building a consumer-centric organization that is focused on sharing the transformational potential of cannabis with the world. We will achieve this through an innovative and disruptive portfolio of cannabis and hemp-derived products.</p><p>With millions of square feet of licensed production capacity and operations spanning four continents, Canopy Growth is the world's leading cannabis and hemp company. We recognize that employees are at the core of our success, and we take pride in a corporate culture that emphasizes inclusiveness, collaboration, and diversity.</p><p></p><p>Our employees come from a wide range of backgrounds, each bringing their own unique skills and talents to the table, working together to continue our incredible momentum of growth. If you are interested in building global challenger brands, scaling a business, and working in a values-driven environment, we want to hear from you!</p></div><div><div><b>The Opportunity<br /></b><br /></div><div>Reporting to the Director of Central Services Engineering, this senior engineering management position plays a key role in the management and execution of all site and facilities projects across the company. In this role, you will manage the work of the facility engineering team, as well as various contractors to successfully execute various utilities scope projects enabling our facilities to meet company and local/country codes, regulatory and safety requirements. Travel will be required with this opportunity as the candidate will be responsible for all CGC sites (Canada, USA, Europe). For sites other than Smiths Falls, an on-site engineer may be assigned as the local subject matter expert to assist with some of the key responsibilities.<br /></div><div></div><div><b>Responsibilities</b></div><ul><li>Manage all Facilities Engineering Projects</li><li>Manage Facilities Engineering resources, and project coordinators</li><li>Responsible for Engineering Service Requests assigned to Facilities supporting all other business unit’s needs</li><li>Owner of CGC internal design manual</li><li>Ensure that new building is in line with current Operational and Quality standards at CGC</li><li>Budget and Capital management for large projects</li><li>Organize stakeholders for input for future expansion and new facility/facility upgrade concepts</li><li>Develop RFP’s and construction designs with consultants that align with company goals</li><li>Provide the Procurement Team and Vendors with critical data</li><li>Complete bid evaluations, and provide technical feedback to the Consultant/OEM Vendor Selection Process</li><li>Ensure that vendors are providing the CGC team with staged design and drawing reviews throughout the project (IFR, IFC, Redline/As Builts etc.)</li><li>Ensure the right technical lead is in place throughout the entire project process for the new buildings/areas/systems</li><li>Coach FAT and SAT activities for newly purchased facilities equipment</li><li>Monitor, participate and assist in other commissioning and validation activities like IQ and first-draft SOP/WI development, where required by other engineering teams</li><li>Ensure the efficient and accurate transfer of knowledge to the facilities teams to facilitate a smooth handover</li><li>Provide design sizing that aligns production goals, cost savings, and space constraints within the production facility</li><li>Ensure executions meet all local/country codes, environmental, regulatory and safety requirements compliance</li><li>Manages performance and personal development of facilities engineering team</li><li>Provide mentorship and guidance to other engineers</li></ul><div><b>Experience</b></div><ul><li>5+ years min of engineering experience</li><li>Post Secondary Diploma / Degree in an Engineering field</li><li>Facilities, Process Flow, and systems experience is considered an asset</li><li>Professional Engineering Designation is highly desirable, eligibility for professional designation required</li><li>Familiar with engineering and construction drawings, and able to provide comments or direction</li><li>Ability to work independently with excellent time management skills on projects that can span 12+ months</li><li>Work with equipment and process validation with GMP validation experience is considered an asset</li><li>The ability to work with large, cross-functional teams that are composed mid to senior level team members</li><li>Must have excellent computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe</li><li>Excellent communication skills both verbal and written</li><li>Accuracy and attention to detail while working under tight deadlines</li><li>Ability to follow through and complete overlapping projects and work in a fast-paced environment with conflicting priorities</li><li>Strong problem identification and problem resolution skills</li><li>High level of critical and logical thinking, analysis, and/or reasoning to identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts</li><li>Technical writing experience</li></ul><div><b>Other Details<br /></b><br /></div><div>This is a full-time role that could be based out of the US or Canada.<br /></div><div>Canopy Growth offers a wide range of benefits for employees in the United States including: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability, 401k plan, and paid time off.<br /></div><div>Pay range: $96,000 - $117,00 USD per year, with bonus potential; commensurate with experience, specific to Colorado.</div></div><div><p>We appreciate the interest from all candidates, and promise to review all applications, but we will only be contacting those who best fit the requirements. If you don’t hear from us, don’t fret; every resume we get is kept in our database for six months for consideration in future searches for talent.</p><p>Canopy Growth welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities.</p><p>Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.</p><p>One last note: the chosen applicant will be required to successfully complete background and reference checks.</p><p></p><p>Thank you so much for your interest in Canopy Growth.</p></div></div><p></p></div>","company":{"companyType":"Public/Established","name":"Canopy Growth Corporation","logoUrl":"/logos/canopy-growth-corporation-4824ec81067c68cbe6c52ae1676e4cd3.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Toronto, ON","city":"Toronto","stateProvince":"ON"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/canopy-growth-corporation/manager-facilities-engineering/dd48e8a43f2083c90e1dbd6d8de9c8ef","title":"Manager, Facilities Engineering","hash":"dd48e8a43f2083c90e1dbd6d8de9c8ef","postingUrl":"https://ca.indeed.com/job/manager-facilities-engineering-b46bef6bddb55379"},{"employmentType":"Full-time","postedOn":"3 days ago","description":"<div><p>Manager, Facilities Engineering</p><p>Canada - Remote, 1 Hershey Drive, Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada Edmonton, AB, Canada Kirkwood, NY 13795, USA Modesto, CA, USA Montreal, QC, Canada Nova Scotia, Canada Ottawa, ON, Canada Remote, OR 97458, USA Toronto, ON, Canada Vancouver, BC, Canada Winnipeg, MB, Canada Req #3690</p><p>Friday, July 23, 2021</p><p><b>The Company</b></p><p>At Canopy Growth, our mission is clear: improve lives, end cannabis prohibition, and strengthen communities. We believe that cannabis can be a force for good. We’re building a consumer-centric organization that is focused on sharing the transformational potential of cannabis with the world. We will achieve this through an innovative and disruptive portfolio of cannabis and hemp-derived products.</p><p>With millions of square feet of licensed production capacity and operations spanning four continents, Canopy Growth is the world's leading cannabis and hemp company. We recognize that employees are at the core of our success, and we take pride in a corporate culture that emphasizes inclusiveness, collaboration, and diversity.</p><p>Our employees come from a wide range of backgrounds, each bringing their own unique skills and talents to the table, working together to continue our incredible momentum of growth. If you are interested in building global challenger brands, scaling a business, and working in a values-driven environment, we want to hear from you!</p><p><b>The Opportunity</b></p><p>Reporting to the Director of Central Services Engineering, this senior engineering management position plays a key role in the management and execution of all site and facilities projects across the company. In this role, you will manage the work of the facility engineering team, as well as various contractors to successfully execute various utilities scope projects enabling our facilities to meet company and local/country codes, regulatory and safety requirements. Travel will be required with this opportunity as the candidate will be responsible for all CGC sites (Canada, USA, Europe). For sites other than Smiths Falls, an on-site engineer may be assigned as the local subject matter expert to assist with some of the key responsibilities.</p><p><b>Responsibilities</b></p><p>• Manage all Facilities Engineering Projects</p><p>• Manage Facilities Engineering resources, and project coordinators</p><p>• Responsible for Engineering Service Requests assigned to Facilities supporting all other business unit’s needs</p><p>• Owner of CGC internal design manual</p><p>• Ensure that new building is in line with current Operational and Quality standards at CGC</p><p>• Budget and Capital management for large projects</p><p>• Organize stakeholders for input for future expansion and new facility/facility upgrade concepts</p><p>• Develop RFP’s and construction designs with consultants that align with company goals</p><p>• Provide the Procurement Team and Vendors with critical data</p><p>• Complete bid evaluations, and provide technical feedback to the Consultant/OEM Vendor Selection Process</p><p>• Ensure that vendors are providing the CGC team with staged design and drawing reviews throughout the project (IFR, IFC, Redline/As Builts etc.)</p><p>• Ensure the right technical lead is in place throughout the entire project process for the new buildings/areas/systems</p><p>• Coach FAT and SAT activities for newly purchased facilities equipment</p><p>• Monitor, participate and assist in other commissioning and validation activities like IQ and first-draft SOP/WI development, where required by other engineering teams</p><p>• Ensure the efficient and accurate transfer of knowledge to the facilities teams to facilitate a smooth handover</p><p>• Provide design sizing that aligns production goals, cost savings, and space constraints within the production facility</p><p>• Ensure executions meet all local/country codes, environmental, regulatory and safety requirements compliance</p><p>• Manages performance and personal development of facilities engineering team</p><p>• Provide mentorship and guidance to other engineers</p><p><b>Experience</b></p><p>• 5+ years min of engineering experience</p><p>• Post Secondary Diploma / Degree in an Engineering field</p><p>• Facilities, Process Flow, and systems experience is considered an asset</p><p>• Professional Engineering Designation is highly desirable, eligibility for professional designation required</p><p>• Familiar with engineering and construction drawings, and able to provide comments or direction</p><p>• Ability to work independently with excellent time management skills on projects that can span 12+ months</p><p>• Work with equipment and process validation with GMP validation experience is considered an asset</p><p>• The ability to work with large, cross-functional teams that are composed mid to senior level team members</p><p>• Must have excellent computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe</p><p>• Excellent communication skills both verbal and written</p><p>• Accuracy and attention to detail while working under tight deadlines</p><p>• Ability to follow through and complete overlapping projects and work in a fast-paced environment with conflicting priorities</p><p>• Strong problem identification and problem resolution skills</p><p>• High level of critical and logical thinking, analysis, and/or reasoning to identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts</p><p>• Technical writing experience</p><p><b>Other Details</b></p><p>This is a full-time role that could be based out of the US or Canada.</p><p>Canopy Growth offers a wide range of benefits for employees in the United States including: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability, 401k plan, and paid time off.</p><p>Pay range: $96,000 - $117,00 USD per year, with bonus potential; commensurate with experience, specific to Colorado.</p><p>We appreciate the interest from all candidates, and promise to review all applications, but we will only be contacting those who best fit the requirements. If you don’t hear from us, don’t fret; every resume we get is kept in our database for six months for consideration in future searches for talent.</p><p>Canopy Growth welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities.</p><p>Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.</p><p>One last note: the chosen applicant will be required to successfully complete background and reference checks.</p><p>Thank you so much for your interest in Canopy Growth</p></div>","company":{"website":"canopygrowth.com","companyType":"Public/Established","name":"Canopy Growth Corporation","logoUrl":"/logos/canopy-growth-corporation-4824ec81067c68cbe6c52ae1676e4cd3.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"Kirkwood, NY, USA","city":"Kirkwood","stateProvince":"NY"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/canopy-growth-corporation/manager-facilities-engineering/0517724e84e42d23cea9ae59ed920467","title":"Manager, Facilities Engineering","hash":"0517724e84e42d23cea9ae59ed920467","postingUrl":"https://www.glassdoor.com/job-listing/manager-facilities-engineering-canopy-growth-corporation-JV_IC1131821_KO0,30_KE31,56.htm?jl=1007195630649"},{"employmentType":"Full-time","postedOn":"3 days ago","description":"<div><p>Manager, Facilities Engineering</p><p>Canada - Remote, 1 Hershey Drive, Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada Edmonton, AB, Canada Kirkwood, NY 13795, USA Modesto, CA, USA Montreal, QC, Canada Nova Scotia, Canada Ottawa, ON, Canada Remote, OR 97458, USA Toronto, ON, Canada Vancouver, BC, Canada Winnipeg, MB, Canada Req #3690</p><p>Friday, 23 July 2021</p><p><b>The Company</b></p><p>At Canopy Growth, our mission is clear: improve lives, end cannabis prohibition, and strengthen communities. We believe that cannabis can be a force for good. We’re building a consumer-centric organization that is focused on sharing the transformational potential of cannabis with the world. We will achieve this through an innovative and disruptive portfolio of cannabis and hemp-derived products.</p><p>With millions of square feet of licensed production capacity and operations spanning four continents, Canopy Growth is the world's leading cannabis and hemp company. We recognize that employees are at the core of our success, and we take pride in a corporate culture that emphasizes inclusiveness, collaboration, and diversity.</p><p>Our employees come from a wide range of backgrounds, each bringing their own unique skills and talents to the table, working together to continue our incredible momentum of growth. If you are interested in building global challenger brands, scaling a business, and working in a values-driven environment, we want to hear from you!</p><p><b>The Opportunity</b></p><p>Reporting to the Director of Central Services Engineering, this senior engineering management position plays a key role in the management and execution of all site and facilities projects across the company. In this role, you will manage the work of the facility engineering team, as well as various contractors to successfully execute various utilities scope projects enabling our facilities to meet company and local/country codes, regulatory and safety requirements. Travel will be required with this opportunity as the candidate will be responsible for all CGC sites (Canada, USA, Europe). For sites other than Smiths Falls, an on-site engineer may be assigned as the local subject matter expert to assist with some of the key responsibilities.</p><p><b>Responsibilities</b></p><p>• Manage all Facilities Engineering Projects</p><p>• Manage Facilities Engineering resources, and project coordinators</p><p>• Responsible for Engineering Service Requests assigned to Facilities supporting all other business unit’s needs</p><p>• Owner of CGC internal design manual</p><p>• Ensure that new building is in line with current Operational and Quality standards at CGC</p><p>• Budget and Capital management for large projects</p><p>• Organize stakeholders for input for future expansion and new facility/facility upgrade concepts</p><p>• Develop RFP’s and construction designs with consultants that align with company goals</p><p>• Provide the Procurement Team and Vendors with critical data</p><p>• Complete bid evaluations, and provide technical feedback to the Consultant/OEM Vendor Selection Process</p><p>• Ensure that vendors are providing the CGC team with staged design and drawing reviews throughout the project (IFR, IFC, Redline/As Builts etc.)</p><p>• Ensure the right technical lead is in place throughout the entire project process for the new buildings/areas/systems</p><p>• Coach FAT and SAT activities for newly purchased facilities equipment</p><p>• Monitor, participate and assist in other commissioning and validation activities like IQ and first-draft SOP/WI development, where required by other engineering teams</p><p>• Ensure the efficient and accurate transfer of knowledge to the facilities teams to facilitate a smooth handover</p><p>• Provide design sizing that aligns production goals, cost savings, and space constraints within the production facility</p><p>• Ensure executions meet all local/country codes, environmental, regulatory and safety requirements compliance</p><p>• Manages performance and personal development of facilities engineering team</p><p>• Provide mentorship and guidance to other engineers</p><p><b>Experience</b></p><p>• 5+ years min of engineering experience</p><p>• Post Secondary Diploma / Degree in an Engineering field</p><p>• Facilities, Process Flow, and systems experience is considered an asset</p><p>• Professional Engineering Designation is highly desirable, eligibility for professional designation required</p><p>• Familiar with engineering and construction drawings, and able to provide comments or direction</p><p>• Ability to work independently with excellent time management skills on projects that can span 12+ months</p><p>• Work with equipment and process validation with GMP validation experience is considered an asset</p><p>• The ability to work with large, cross-functional teams that are composed mid to senior level team members</p><p>• Must have excellent computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe</p><p>• Excellent communication skills both verbal and written</p><p>• Accuracy and attention to detail while working under tight deadlines</p><p>• Ability to follow through and complete overlapping projects and work in a fast-paced environment with conflicting priorities</p><p>• Strong problem identification and problem resolution skills</p><p>• High level of critical and logical thinking, analysis, and/or reasoning to identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts</p><p>• Technical writing experience</p><p><b>Other Details</b></p><p>This is a full-time role that could be based out of the US or Canada.</p><p>Canopy Growth offers a wide range of benefits for employees in the United States including: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability, 401k plan, and paid time off.</p><p>Pay range: $96,000 - $117,00 USD per year, with bonus potential; commensurate with experience, specific to Colorado.</p><p>We appreciate the interest from all candidates, and promise to review all applications, but we will only be contacting those who best fit the requirements. If you don’t hear from us, don’t fret; every resume we get is kept in our database for six months for consideration in future searches for talent.</p><p>Canopy Growth welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities.</p><p>Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.</p><p>One last note: the chosen applicant will be required to successfully complete background and reference checks.</p><p>Thank you so much for your interest in Canopy Growth</p></div>","company":{"website":"canopygrowth.com","companyType":"Public/Established","name":"Canopy Growth Corporation","logoUrl":"/logos/canopy-growth-corporation-4824ec81067c68cbe6c52ae1676e4cd3.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Edmonton, AB","city":"Edmonton","stateProvince":"AB"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/canopy-growth-corporation/manager-facilities-engineering/417db97f6267c79eb510637882c36e7c","title":"Manager, Facilities Engineering","hash":"417db97f6267c79eb510637882c36e7c","postingUrl":"https://www.glassdoor.ca/job-listing/manager-facilities-engineering-canopy-growth-corporation-JV_IC2274961_KO0,30_KE31,56.htm?jl=1007195630629"},{"employmentType":"Full-time","postedOn":"3 days ago","description":"<div><p>Manager, Facilities Engineering</p><p>Canada - Remote, 1 Hershey Drive, Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada Edmonton, AB, Canada Kirkwood, NY 13795, USA Modesto, CA, USA Montreal, QC, Canada Nova Scotia, Canada Ottawa, ON, Canada Remote, OR 97458, USA Toronto, ON, Canada Vancouver, BC, Canada Winnipeg, MB, Canada Req #3690</p><p>Friday, 23 July 2021</p><p><b>The Company</b></p><p>At Canopy Growth, our mission is clear: improve lives, end cannabis prohibition, and strengthen communities. 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If you don’t hear from us, don’t fret; every resume we get is kept in our database for six months for consideration in future searches for talent.</p><p>Canopy Growth welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities.</p><p>Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.</p><p>One last note: the chosen applicant will be required to successfully complete background and reference checks.</p><p>Thank you so much for your interest in Canopy Growth</p></div>","company":{"website":"canopygrowth.com","companyType":"Public/Established","name":"Canopy Growth Corporation","logoUrl":"/logos/canopy-growth-corporation-4824ec81067c68cbe6c52ae1676e4cd3.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Winnipeg, MB","city":"Winnipeg","stateProvince":"MB"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/canopy-growth-corporation/manager-facilities-engineering/212c922a3869cc59821f77287f1e6c39","title":"Manager, Facilities Engineering","hash":"212c922a3869cc59821f77287f1e6c39","postingUrl":"https://www.glassdoor.ca/job-listing/manager-facilities-engineering-canopy-growth-corporation-JV_IC2286709_KO0,30_KE31,56.htm?jl=1007195631435"},{"employmentType":"Full-time","postedOn":"3 days ago","description":"<div><p>Enerhealth Botanicals is a growing health food, dietary supplement and industrial hemp company located in Longmont. 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If you don't hear from us, don't fret; every resume we get is kept in our database for six months for consideration in future searches for talent.</p><p>Canopy Growth welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities.</p><p>Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.</p><p>One last note: the chosen applicant will be required to successfully complete background and reference checks.</p><p>Thank you so much for your interest in Canopy Growth.</p><p>Apply Now</p><p>• Canada - Remote, 1 Hershey Drive, Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada</p><p>• Edmonton, AB, Canada</p><p>• Kirkwood, NY 13795, USA</p><p>• Modesto, CA, USA</p><p>• Montreal, QC, Canada</p><p>• Nova Scotia, Canada</p><p>• Ottawa, ON, Canada</p><p>• Remote, OR 97458, USA</p><p>• Toronto, ON, Canada</p><p>• Vancouver, BC, Canada</p><p>• Winnipeg, MB, Canada</p></div>","company":{"website":"canopygrowth.com","companyType":"Public/Established","name":"Canopy Growth Corp.","logoUrl":"/logos/canopy-growth-corporation-4824ec81067c68cbe6c52ae1676e4cd3.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Montreal, QC","city":"Montreal","stateProvince":"QC"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/canopy-growth-corp/manager-facilities-engineering/b600401f962a38cbb2e619854c0c4c52","title":"Manager, Facilities Engineering","hash":"b600401f962a38cbb2e619854c0c4c52","postingUrl":"https://getwork.com/details/97abdbc1fa9650ad2998c4ce6e6cb929"},{"employmentType":"Full-time","postedOn":"4 days ago","description":"<div><p><b>The Company</b></p><p>At Canopy Growth, our mission is clear: improve lives, end cannabis prohibition, and strengthen communities. 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We believe that cannabis can be a force for good. We’re building a consumer-centric organization that is focused on sharing the transformational potential of cannabis with the world. We will achieve this through an innovative and disruptive portfolio of cannabis and hemp-derived products.</p><p>With millions of square feet of licensed production capacity and operations spanning four continents, Canopy Growth is the world's leading cannabis and hemp company. We recognize that employees are at the core of our success, and we take pride in a corporate culture that emphasizes inclusiveness, collaboration, and diversity.</p><p>Our employees come from a wide range of backgrounds, each bringing their own unique skills and talents to the table, working together to continue our incredible momentum of growth. If you are interested in building global challenger brands, scaling a business, and working in a values-driven environment, we want to hear from you!</p><p><b>The Opportunity</b></p><p>Reporting to the Director of Central Services Engineering, this senior engineering management position plays a key role in the management and execution of all site and facilities projects across the company. In this role, you will manage the work of the facility engineering team, as well as various contractors to successfully execute various utilities scope projects enabling our facilities to meet company and local/country codes, regulatory and safety requirements. Travel will be required with this opportunity as the candidate will be responsible for all CGC sites (Canada, USA, Europe). For sites other than Smiths Falls, an on-site engineer may be assigned as the local subject matter expert to assist with some of the key responsibilities.</p><p><b>Responsibilities</b></p><p>• Manage all Facilities Engineering Projects</p><p>• Manage Facilities Engineering resources, and project coordinators</p><p>• Responsible for Engineering Service Requests assigned to Facilities supporting all other business unit’s needs</p><p>• Owner of CGC internal design manual</p><p>• Ensure that new building is in line with current Operational and Quality standards at CGC</p><p>• Budget and Capital management for large projects</p><p>• Organize stakeholders for input for future expansion and new facility/facility upgrade concepts</p><p>• Develop RFP’s and construction designs with consultants that align with company goals</p><p>• Provide the Procurement Team and Vendors with critical data</p><p>• Complete bid evaluations, and provide technical feedback to the Consultant/OEM Vendor Selection Process</p><p>• Ensure that vendors are providing the CGC team with staged design and drawing reviews throughout the project (IFR, IFC, Redline/As Builts etc.)</p><p>• Ensure the right technical lead is in place throughout the entire project process for the new buildings/areas/systems</p><p>• Coach FAT and SAT activities for newly purchased facilities equipment</p><p>• Monitor, participate and assist in other commissioning and validation activities like IQ and first-draft SOP/WI development, where required by other engineering teams</p><p>• Ensure the efficient and accurate transfer of knowledge to the facilities teams to facilitate a smooth handover</p><p>• Provide design sizing that aligns production goals, cost savings, and space constraints within the production facility</p><p>• Ensure executions meet all local/country codes, environmental, regulatory and safety requirements compliance</p><p>• Manages performance and personal development of facilities engineering team</p><p>• Provide mentorship and guidance to other engineers</p><p><b>Experience</b></p><p>• 5+ years min of engineering experience</p><p>• Post Secondary Diploma / Degree in an Engineering field</p><p>• Facilities, Process Flow, and systems experience is considered an asset</p><p>• Professional Engineering Designation is highly desirable, eligibility for professional designation required</p><p>• Familiar with engineering and construction drawings, and able to provide comments or direction</p><p>• Ability to work independently with excellent time management skills on projects that can span 12+ months</p><p>• Work with equipment and process validation with GMP validation experience is considered an asset</p><p>• The ability to work with large, cross-functional teams that are composed mid to senior level team members</p><p>• Must have excellent computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe</p><p>• Excellent communication skills both verbal and written</p><p>• Accuracy and attention to detail while working under tight deadlines</p><p>• Ability to follow through and complete overlapping projects and work in a fast-paced environment with conflicting priorities</p><p>• Strong problem identification and problem resolution skills</p><p>• High level of critical and logical thinking, analysis, and/or reasoning to identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts</p><p>• Technical writing experience</p><p><b>Other Details</b></p><p>This is a full-time role that could be based out of the US or Canada.</p><p>Canopy Growth offers a wide range of benefits for employees in the United States including: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability, 401k plan, and paid time off.</p><p>Pay range: $96,000 - $117,00 USD per year, with bonus potential; commensurate with experience, specific to Colorado.</p><p>We appreciate the interest from all candidates, and promise to review all applications, but we will only be contacting those who best fit the requirements. If you don’t hear from us, don’t fret; every resume we get is kept in our database for six months for consideration in future searches for talent.</p><p>Canopy Growth welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities.</p><p>Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.</p><p>One last note: the chosen applicant will be required to successfully complete background and reference checks.</p><p>Thank you so much for your interest in Canopy Growth.</p><p>Apply Now</p></div>","company":{"website":"canopygrowth.com","companyType":"Public/Established","name":"Canopy Growth Corporation","logoUrl":"/logos/canopy-growth-corporation-4824ec81067c68cbe6c52ae1676e4cd3.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Eureka, NS","city":"Eureka","stateProvince":"NS"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/canopy-growth-corporation/manager-facilities-engineering/24c365cc9a511a0fd3e3c296f77b7e8e","title":"Manager, Facilities Engineering","hash":"24c365cc9a511a0fd3e3c296f77b7e8e","postingUrl":"https://ca.linkedin.com/jobs/view/manager-facilities-engineering-at-canopy-growth-corporation-2660896795"},{"employmentType":"Full-time","postedOn":"4 days ago","description":"<div><p><b>The Company</b></p><p>At Canopy Growth, our mission is clear: improve lives, end cannabis prohibition, and strengthen communities. We believe that cannabis can be a force for good. We’re building a consumer-centric organization that is focused on sharing the transformational potential of cannabis with the world. We will achieve this through an innovative and disruptive portfolio of cannabis and hemp-derived products.</p><p>With millions of square feet of licensed production capacity and operations spanning four continents, Canopy Growth is the world's leading cannabis and hemp company. We recognize that employees are at the core of our success, and we take pride in a corporate culture that emphasizes inclusiveness, collaboration, and diversity.</p><p>Our employees come from a wide range of backgrounds, each bringing their own unique skills and talents to the table, working together to continue our incredible momentum of growth. If you are interested in building global challenger brands, scaling a business, and working in a values-driven environment, we want to hear from you!</p><p><b>The Opportunity</b></p><p>Reporting to the Director of Central Services Engineering, this senior engineering management position plays a key role in the management and execution of all site and facilities projects across the company. In this role, you will manage the work of the facility engineering team, as well as various contractors to successfully execute various utilities scope projects enabling our facilities to meet company and local/country codes, regulatory and safety requirements. Travel will be required with this opportunity as the candidate will be responsible for all CGC sites (Canada, USA, Europe). For sites other than Smiths Falls, an on-site engineer may be assigned as the local subject matter expert to assist with some of the key responsibilities.</p><p><b>Responsibilities</b></p><p>• Manage all Facilities Engineering Projects</p><p>• Manage Facilities Engineering resources, and project coordinators</p><p>• Responsible for Engineering Service Requests assigned to Facilities supporting all other business unit’s needs</p><p>• Owner of CGC internal design manual</p><p>• Ensure that new building is in line with current Operational and Quality standards at CGC</p><p>• Budget and Capital management for large projects</p><p>• Organize stakeholders for input for future expansion and new facility/facility upgrade concepts</p><p>• Develop RFP’s and construction designs with consultants that align with company goals</p><p>• Provide the Procurement Team and Vendors with critical data</p><p>• Complete bid evaluations, and provide technical feedback to the Consultant/OEM Vendor Selection Process</p><p>• Ensure that vendors are providing the CGC team with staged design and drawing reviews throughout the project (IFR, IFC, Redline/As Builts etc.)</p><p>• Ensure the right technical lead is in place throughout the entire project process for the new buildings/areas/systems</p><p>• Coach FAT and SAT activities for newly purchased facilities equipment</p><p>• Monitor, participate and assist in other commissioning and validation activities like IQ and first-draft SOP/WI development, where required by other engineering teams</p><p>• Ensure the efficient and accurate transfer of knowledge to the facilities teams to facilitate a smooth handover</p><p>• Provide design sizing that aligns production goals, cost savings, and space constraints within the production facility</p><p>• Ensure executions meet all local/country codes, environmental, regulatory and safety requirements compliance</p><p>• Manages performance and personal development of facilities engineering team</p><p>• Provide mentorship and guidance to other engineers</p><p><b>Experience</b></p><p>• 5+ years min of engineering experience</p><p>• Post Secondary Diploma / Degree in an Engineering field</p><p>• Facilities, Process Flow, and systems experience is considered an asset</p><p>• Professional Engineering Designation is highly desirable, eligibility for professional designation required</p><p>• Familiar with engineering and construction drawings, and able to provide comments or direction</p><p>• Ability to work independently with excellent time management skills on projects that can span 12+ months</p><p>• Work with equipment and process validation with GMP validation experience is considered an asset</p><p>• The ability to work with large, cross-functional teams that are composed mid to senior level team members</p><p>• Must have excellent computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe</p><p>• Excellent communication skills both verbal and written</p><p>• Accuracy and attention to detail while working under tight deadlines</p><p>• Ability to follow through and complete overlapping projects and work in a fast-paced environment with conflicting priorities</p><p>• Strong problem identification and problem resolution skills</p><p>• High level of critical and logical thinking, analysis, and/or reasoning to identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts</p><p>• Technical writing experience</p><p><b>Other Details</b></p><p>This is a full-time role that could be based out of the US or Canada.</p><p>Canopy Growth offers a wide range of benefits for employees in the United States including: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability, 401k plan, and paid time off.</p><p>Pay range: $96,000 - $117,00 USD per year, with bonus potential; commensurate with experience, specific to Colorado.</p><p>We appreciate the interest from all candidates, and promise to review all applications, but we will only be contacting those who best fit the requirements. If you don’t hear from us, don’t fret; every resume we get is kept in our database for six months for consideration in future searches for talent.</p><p>Canopy Growth welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities.</p><p>Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.</p><p>One last note: the chosen applicant will be required to successfully complete background and reference checks.</p><p>Thank you so much for your interest in Canopy Growth.</p><p>Apply Now</p></div>","company":{"website":"canopygrowth.com","companyType":"Public/Established","name":"Canopy Growth Corporation","logoUrl":"/logos/canopy-growth-corporation-4824ec81067c68cbe6c52ae1676e4cd3.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Vancouver, BC","city":"Vancouver","stateProvince":"BC"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/canopy-growth-corporation/manager-facilities-engineering/80fbe5c36c88e742928c2caf99d54c91","title":"Manager, Facilities Engineering","hash":"80fbe5c36c88e742928c2caf99d54c91","postingUrl":"https://ca.linkedin.com/jobs/view/manager-facilities-engineering-at-canopy-growth-corporation-2660897821"},{"postedOn":"2 days ago","description":"<div><div>Description:<p>We are Las Vegas ReLeaf and Silver State Wellness and we are cannabis connoisseurs. Our dispensary, production, and cultivation facilities are, bar-none, the best in the industry! We are seeking an experienced Human Resources Business Partner to manage the Nevada operations and its 70+ employee population, with oversight from the VP of Human Resources. This is an exceptional opportunity for a talented, motivated, and tireless HR professional who has worked their way up the ladder - one who has achieved success in progressively responsible roles - and one who is ready to stick their toe into the leadership pond. If this sounds like you...read on!</p><p><b>Please note: </b>This is a full-time on-site position.</p><p><b>POSITION SUMMARY:</b></p><p>The Human Resources Business Partner (“HRBP”) is responsible for managing the daily operations of the Nevada HR department with oversight from the VP of Human Resources. Duties include managing human resources activities, such as recruitment, payroll preparation, labor relations, benefits, training, employee services, hiring and onboarding. The HRBP will also recommend and implement improvements to employee policies and will ensure compliance with all state and federal rules and regulations as they pertain to HR matters as well as the industries in which the company operates.</p><p><b>ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:</b></p><p><i><br />Individuals with disabilities may be provided with reasonable accommodations to complete the essential functions of this position.</i></p><ul><li>Administer the daily HR workflow for all Nevada operations</li><li>Perform tasks, both routine and complex, required to administer and execute human resource programs including but not limited to compensation, benefits, and leave; disciplinary matters; disputes and investigations; performance and talent management; productivity, recognition, and morale; occupational health and safety; and training and development</li><li>Prepare bi-weekly payroll; ensuring all payroll polices are adhered to by employees and management</li><li>Manage hiring efforts by recruiting, interviewing, reference and background checking, and candidate selection</li><li>Coordinate the use of temporary employees</li><li>Deliver a consistently high-quality candidate experience to everyone who interviews</li><li>Make hiring managers happy by removing any operational roadblocks to hiring</li><li>Partner with hiring managers to ensure job postings, job descriptions, screenings, and interviews are completed and documented in the ATS</li><li>Onboard and educate newly hired employees on HR policies, internal procedures and regulations</li><li>Report to the VP, HR concerning employment, personnel policies and procedures, employment records, unemployment claims, training, employee benefits administration, employee communication, workers’ compensation matters, and safety and security</li><li>Provide impartial treatment to all employees through proper practices and employment policies</li><li>Ensure all policies are applied fairly and consistently to all employees</li><li>Ensure all employees feel recognized and appreciated</li><li>Facilitate the annual performance evaluation process</li><li>Process all employment separations and conduct exit interviews</li><li>Track and maintain all state work cards through the Cannabis Control Board and Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department</li><li>Generate official internal documents such as offer letters, status changes and disciplinary actions</li><li>Process record updates in the HRIS and generate reports as needed</li><li>Maintain and organize all physical and digital employee documents and information, ensuring all private data is treated with a high level of confidentiality</li><li>Work with management to initiate appropriate disciplinary action with employees who violate rules and regulations</li><li>Review, track, and document compliance with mandatory and non-mandatory training. This may include safety training, anti-harassment training, cannabis regulatory training, etc.</li><li>Handle employment-related inquiries from applicants, employees, and supervisors, referring complex and/or sensitive matters to the VP, HR</li><li>Lead employee disciplinary meetings, terminations, and investigations</li><li>Maintain compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations, and recommended best practices; review policies and practices to maintain compliance</li><li>Maintain knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management, and Nevada employment law</li><li>Communicate effectively with team members and share appropriate information to ensure team success</li><li>Ad-hoc projects as assigned</li><li>Other duties as assigned</li></ul>. Requirements:<ul><li>Must be at least 21-year-old· Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or related business field preferred</li><li>A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a progressively responsible HR Generalist role</li><li>Prior experience using HRIS and ATS systems; Paylocity is a plus</li><li>Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal</li><li>Ability to work independently and multi-task in a fast-paced, changing and challenging environment</li><li>Superior organizational and time management skills – ability to order competing priorities is critical</li><li>Comprehensive understanding of local, state and federal employment laws</li><li>Knowledge of Nevada cannabis regulations is highly desired</li><li>Exemplary interpersonal communication and relationship-building skills</li><li>Previous work experience in a high growth, startup type environment is a plus</li><li>Mastery of online recruiting methods (Social, LinkedIn, Sourcing) and solid ATS experience</li><li>Spirited entrepreneurial mindset, with a love of driving the process and taking ownership of the candidate journey end-to-end</li><li>Exceptional attention to detail - accuracy a must</li><li>Strong proficiency in Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Google Suite</li><li>Strong decision-making and sound judgment skills</li><li>Strong critical thinking and problem-solving ability</li></ul><p></p><p><b><br />Supervisory Responsibility:</b></p><p>This position has no supervisory responsibilities.</p><p><b>Work Environment:</b></p><p>This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, and filing cabinets.</p><p><b>Position Type/Expected Hours of Work:</b></p><p>This is a full-time, exempt, on-site position. Typical schedule is Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Periodic weekend and evening work as needed.</p><p><b>Attendance and Punctuality:</b></p><p>Regular and predictable attendance and punctuality is an essential function of this position.</p><p><b>Travel:</b></p><p>Travel is required between three local offices – mileage reimbursed</p><p> <b>Benefits:</b></p><ul><li>Competitive salary</li><li>Medical, dental, and vision insurance - with a large portion of the premium contributed by the employer</li><li>PTO (includes sick leave) - ability to earn 11 PTO days per year</li><li>Employee discounts at our dispensary</li><li>Private office in a large cultivation facility</li></ul></div></div>","company":{"companyType":"Private/Growth","name":"Nevada Business Services Group"},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"Las Vegas, NV 89118","city":"Las Vegas","stateProvince":"NV"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/nevada-business-services-group/human-resources-business-partner/bb7b49ebab835841b36472d705a63595","title":"Human Resources Business Partner","hash":"bb7b49ebab835841b36472d705a63595","postingUrl":"https://www.indeed.com/job/human-resources-business-partner-e15405858fb50906"},{"employmentType":"Full-time or Part-time","postedOn":"4 days ago","description":"<div><p><b>Intake Sample Manager</b></p><p>We are a full-service cannabis testing and research lab offering state-mandated testing services to California’s cannabis distributors, cultivators, and manufacturers to ensure safety and accurate labeling of products for medical and recreational use.</p><p>The Lab Technician role is a key position responsible for sample accessioning, intake, and sample preparation to support cannabis testing. Attention to detail, reliability, and good fundamental understanding of chemistry laboratory operation are a must for this important role. This position has potential for advancement.</p><p>This is an opportunity to come into a young company and help make it great!</p><p><b>Duties and Responsibilities: </b></p><ul><li>Ensure the accurate intake and verification of cannabis and cannabis product samples upon delivery to the laboratory</li><li>Enter orders into the LIMS with high degree of accuracy</li><li>Update sample tracking spreadsheet with sample information</li><li>Ensure that data is entered in a timely manner</li><li>Manage supply inventory and make purchasing requests in a timely manner</li><li>Find more efficient ways to perform accessioning</li><li>Make requests to adjust staffing as needed to handle heavy sample loads</li><li>Photograph samples prior to homogenization and upload to the customer portal</li><li>Homogenize samples prior to further sample preparation by laboratory chemists</li><li>Weigh samples for analysis</li><li>Record physical measurements such as water activity, moisture content, and density</li><li>Organize retention samples and dispose of samples past the holding time specified in laboratory SOPs</li><li>Follow detailed procedures to ensure cleanliness and avoid cross-contamination of samples</li><li>Work efficiently and effectively under time constraints</li><li>Follow laboratory safety procedures</li></ul><p><b>Requirements: </b></p><ul><li>Bachelor’s degree in scientific field or Associates degree and 2 years of hands-on lab experience</li><li>Must be detail-oriented and organized</li><li>Must have high energy and be able to work at a fast pace</li><li>Ability to multi-task</li><li>Must be able to work in a standing position for several hours at a time.</li><li>Must be able to perform pipetting and operate centrifuges, vortexes, analytical balances, and other common laboratory equipment.</li><li>Proficient in use of email, Microsoft Excel, and Word</li><li>Must be at least 21 years old</li><li>This position may require work outside of normal business hours of 9am – 5:30pm. Weekends or a later or earlier shift may be required.</li></ul><p><b>Preferred </b></p><ul><li>Experience in a cannabis testing laboratory or cannabis industry</li><li>Experience with sample accessioning</li><li>Knowledge of the Bureau of Cannabis Control regulations</li><li>Understanding of aseptic technique</li><li>Experience with data entry and/or use of a LIMS</li></ul><p>Please send resume and cover letter and indicate date available to start working.</p><p>Job Type: Full-time or Part-time</p><p>Salary: $19/hour - $25/hour</p><p>Job Type: Full-time</p><p>Pay: $19.00 - $25.00 per hour</p><p>Benefits:</p><ul><li>Health insurance</li><li>Paid time off</li></ul><p>Schedule:</p><ul><li>8 hour shift</li></ul><p>Education:</p><ul><li>Bachelor's (Preferred)</li></ul><p>Experience:</p><ul><li>Supervising Experience: 1 year (Preferred)</li><li>Laboratory Experience: 1 year (Preferred)</li></ul><p>Work Location:</p><ul><li>One location</li></ul><p>Work Remotely:</p><ul><li>No</li></ul></div>","company":{"companyType":"Private/Growth","name":"Cannabis Testing Lab","logoUrl":"/logos/cannabis-testing-lab-b7b1406c0a6d3bf238587bfa5a68e50b.png"},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"Los Angeles, CA 91342","city":"Los Angeles","stateProvince":"CA"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/cannabis-testing-lab/intake-sample-manager-for-cannabis-testing-lab/ae8d47de55cada4134edb07cc46b179f","title":"Intake Sample Manager for Cannabis Testing Lab","hash":"ae8d47de55cada4134edb07cc46b179f","postingUrl":"https://www.indeed.com/job/intake-sample-manager-for-cannabis-testing-lab-c26b766f3d3f9179"},{"employmentType":"Full-time","postedOn":"3 days ago","description":"<div><p>Glass House Brands is expanding our retail operations and we are hiring a Project Manager to oversee and manage the construction of our Northern California retail buildouts.</p><p>As Project Manager, you will work closely with key stakeholders to deliver a seamless experience for our buildouts.</p><p>You will partner with our VP of Retail to develop a strategy and vision for the retail buildouts in each market and organize resources to ensure productivity, profitability, growth, and compliance with company procedures. You will support and execute all aspects of our retail buildouts or improvements while maintaining the project budget, schedule, and change management.</p><p>To be considered for this opportunity, you must have experience supervising in all phases of General Construction, including but not limited to, running permits, inspections, and closing projects on time and within budget. As Project Manager, you will serve as the liaison between the field and onsite construction teams.</p><p>Project Management experience in retail construction is essential for this role.</p><p><b>Core Responsibilities: </b></p><p>o Support and Manage all aspects of Retail Store project management, ensuring projects are completed on time or ahead of schedule and on or under budget.</p><p>o Define, plan and manage the full scope of assigned projects. Project values could range from $500,000 to $50 million.</p><p>o Support &amp; Maintain project management platform to ensure adherence to construction pipelines and as a tool to inform cross functional teams.</p><p>o Ability to interpret and build according to drawings, specifications, and other documents.</p><p>o Develop and improve process standards that promote efficacy and efficiency.</p><p>o Maintain the team’s application of-- and hold project management and external teams accountable to-- process standards.</p><p>o Forecast, track and manage project budgets, POs, and invoices and identifies areas for improvement.</p><p>o Coordinate appropriate resources (technical &amp; non-technical) according to project requirements and deadlines.</p><p>o Support the project through regular onsite walkthroughs and attendance to all OAC meetings or meetings related to the design, construction, and administration of the project.</p><p>o Identify, plan, and administer capital expansion and revitalization projects annually, including design and construction projects along with current Store improvements.</p><p>o Support operational planning through technical expertise and process adherence for standardized SOWs, bid review, RFIs, submittals, change order management, materials supply management, RFP’s and real-time reporting.</p><p>o Help maintain and monitor project plans, project schedules, work hours, budgets, and expenditures.</p><p>o Apply business and management expertise to achieve financial and operational objectives across retail Store buildouts.</p><p>o Partner with VP of Retail to develop strategy and vision for Retail Store buildouts in each market and organize resources to ensure productivity, profitability, growth, and compliance with company procedures.</p><p>o Manage the bidding, selection, contracting, and performance of subcontractors. Develop and negotiate partnerships with third-party contractors and service providers to deliver best in class service at competitive prices.</p><p>o Coordinate with municipalities and state agencies relevant to permitting.</p><p>o Contract and negotiate with General Contractors and Subcontractors.</p><p>o Travel to various job sites throughout California.</p><p><b>People Development and Operations: </b></p><p>o Lead with strong communication skills, both written and verbal.</p><p>o Develop and Manage Construction Coordinators where applicable.</p><p>o Support and Contribute to weekly Retail Construction calls that are led by the Director of Construction to ensure seamless communication to all cross functional teams.</p><p>o Exhibit consistent professional communication, follow through and problem-solving skills while maintaining a multi-Store perspective of purchasing oversight.</p><p>o Maintain a proactive approach to strategy execution, and consistently communicate vertically and cross-functionally to ensure the alignment of internal priorities and that resources are allocated appropriately.</p><p>o Identify and provide recommendations for Retail Store buildout enhancements and solutions that drive stability and align with critical business needs and the company’s strategic roadmap.</p><p>o Partner with IT to ensure the core systems and supporting infrastructure are working as expected and meeting agreed upon timeline for Construction pipeline.</p><p>o Implement, Support &amp; Maintain project management platform to ensure adherence to construction pipelines and as a tool to inform cross functional teams.</p><p><b>Interpersonal Skills and Ownership</b></p><p>o Communicate and coach effectively to all levels across the Field/Market Teams and Corporate Offices.</p><p>o Develop partnerships to drive positive business results.</p><p>o Adapt to changes required by the business.</p><p>o Act professionally and with integrity providing open, honest, and constructive feedback.</p><p>o Make fast, smart decisions, take initiative and calculated risks to improve personal and Store performance.</p><p>o Works well with others.</p><p>o Accepts responsibility for performance and ensures all commitments are met.</p><p><b>Qualifications and Experience: </b></p><ul><li>Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or other similar degrees. B.A. preferred, but experience is paramount.</li><li>10+ years of Construction Management experience</li><li>Experience in retail construction required.</li><li>Ability to read, analyze and interpret construction drawings, work orders and survey notes.</li><li>Excellent technical skills, including using computers, the Internet and file sharing.</li><li>Must pass a federal background check via Live scan in certain markets.</li></ul><ul><li>PMP Certification is a plus</li><li>Experience working in an unstructured startup requirement is a plus.</li><li>Experience working in a highly regulated businesses is desirable.</li><li>Uses sound judgment when making decisions.</li><li>Exhibits strong leadership skills amongst peers.</li><li>Upholds excellent Customer service skills and supports a service orientated culture.</li><li>Proven track record of achieving positive statistical results (budgets)</li><li>Excellent organizational and proven record-keeping abilities.</li></ul><p><b>Physical Demands: </b></p><ul><li>While performing the duties of this job the Employee is regularly required to talk and hear.</li><li>While performing the duties of this job the Employee is frequently required to stand, walk, use hands or feet, reach with hands and arms, and required to lift a min of 50lbs.</li></ul><p><b>Position Type and Expected Hours of Work: </b></p><ul><li>This is a full-time, exempt salary position which reports to the Director of Construction.</li><li>This position can require work on early mornings, late nights, weekends, and holidays.</li></ul><p><b>Travel: </b></p><ul><li>This position requires frequent travel to various job sites throughout California.</li></ul><p><i>Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are a requirement of the Employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time, with or without notice.</i></p><p><b>Who We Are</b></p><p>We are Glass House Group: a seed to sale Cannabis company fully compliant with BCC, State and City regulations.</p><p>Glass House Group is a dynamic, supportive, local company that values integrity, transparency, and a genuine desire to help others. We offer a competitive salary and opportunities for advancement.</p><p><b>AAP/EEO Statement</b></p><p>Glass House Group provides equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of their race, colour, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.</p><p>Job Type: Full-time</p><p>COVID-19 considerations:<br />Masks required for any employee, customer or vendor who is not fully vaccinated; temperature and symptom checks required upon entry to building; scheduled disinfecting of all high touch surfaces and public spaces</p><p>Application Question(s):</p><ul><li>How many years of Project Management in Retail Construction experience do you have?</li><li>Do you have experience with the oversight of retail buildouts? For which companies?</li><li>Are you able to travel to job sites within Northern CA with occasional trips to our corporate office in LA?</li></ul><p>Education:</p><ul><li>Bachelor's (Preferred)</li></ul><p>Experience:</p><ul><li>Project Management in Retail Construction: 10 years (Preferred)</li></ul></div>","company":{"companyType":"Private/Growth","name":"GH Group"},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"San Jose, CA","city":"San Jose","stateProvince":"CA"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/gh-group/project-manager-retail-construction/2047cecf4779c52645b0928ecf248359","title":"Project Manager - Retail Construction","hash":"2047cecf4779c52645b0928ecf248359","postingUrl":"https://www.indeed.com/job/project-manager-retail-construction-c2a9ec94addd2db7"},{"employmentType":"Full-time","postedOn":"3 days ago","description":"<div><p><b>About Us: </b></p><p>Cannabliss is a newly opened, locally owned dispensary located in Anchorage. We're currently looking for an Assistant Manager to work closely with the Manager to assist in the daily operations of the establishment.</p><p><b>Responsibilities: </b></p><ul><li>Monitor and ensure the store's compliance with security, inventory, as well as legal and compliance regulations.</li><li>Participate in developing and implementing operating rules, regulations, policies and procedures to advance Cannabliss' mission, goals, and objectives.</li><li>Execute sales and service goals and lead the staff to exceed them.</li><li>Create and define store audit processes to maintain inventory. 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If you think you are a suitable match for this role, please hit the apply button for more details.</p><p>HEXO Corp is an award-winning consumer packaged goods cannabis company that creates and distributes Based in Atholville, New Brunswick and reporting to the Director of People &amp; Culture, the People ...</p><p>PLEASE NOTE: This job is supplied by a trusted partner. In order to read the full job description please click the 'apply' button. If you are a registered site member with an uploaded CV, you will be passed straight through. 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As a cannabis retailer, we are dedicated to improving the lives of our customers by providing superior service and affordable access to cannabis. Our employees enjoy a work culture that promotes growth, collaboration, efficiency, and a focus on customer experience. C&amp;G Management currently operates three recreational dispensaries (\"Cannabis &amp; Glass\") in Spokane County located in North Spokane, Spokane Valley, and Liberty Lake, and is ranked among the top 10% highest grossing retailers in the state of Washington. C&amp;G Management also operates one of the top 5% highest grossing retailers in the state of Oregon, and a medical cannabidiol dispensary in Iowa (\"Iowa Cannabis Co.\"). By mid 2021, C&amp;G Management will be adding two additional dispensary locations in Iowa and a manufacturing facility. 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Responsibilities:</b></p><p><b>RESPONSIBILITIES: Act as the senior recruiter on the team by sourcing, engaging, selecting, offering and closing of assigned senior and corporate talent needs Direct, manage, and motivate a team of recruiters and onboarding specialists to deliver a consistent and quality interview experiences for candidates Build and rollout various talent acquisition programs to hire from target and strategic talent pools Act as the role model on candidate outreach, engagement and experience Own the strategy that enables C&amp;G to recruit all levels of candidates Enhance our Careers related sites with engaging and informative content and ease to apply or join our talent community Leverage our workforce and ATS system to create reporting and team accountability with actionable sourcing, selecting, DE&amp;I and hiring metrics Continuously work on ways to improve the recruiting process and candidate experience Manage all third party vendor relationships and budgets associated with hiring processes Stay up-to-date on innovative recruiting trends and practices Create and maintain an inspiring vision for C&amp;G employment messaging Establish clear performance metrics and reporting to evaluate success and impact of diversity and retention initiatives Enhance our onboarding experience by designing a structured and branded orientation process for new hires Assist our HR Manager as needed for employment related issues Qualifications:</b></p><p>REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree in related field required 5+ years progressive experience with full cycle recruiting including two of those years managing in-house full cycle recruiting 2+ years experience supporting multi-site recruiting needs within a service industry Proven success developing and deploying talent acquisition strategies within a company Ability to think strategically and communicate at the executive level, coupled with top-notch organizational skills and an attention to detail Demonstrated ability to effectively motivate and develop at least 5 direct reports Preferably a regular consumer of the product or familiar with cannabis at a minimum COMPENSATION &amp; BENEFITS: $40,000 - $50,000 annually DOE Paid Sick Leave, Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays Health Insurance Dental and Vision Insurance Life Insurance Employee Assistance Program offering in-person, telephonic, texting and video counseling for help with stress, anxiety, depression, family issues, and more Employee Discount Program offering exclusive discounts from top national retailers 50% off all smokeable products</p></div>","company":{"name":"C&G Management"},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"Washington, DC, USA","stateProvince":"WA"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/c-and-g-management/talent-acquisition-manager/1801eb17a48f6f6a0eca26fe924d6401","title":"Talent Acquisition Manager","hash":"1801eb17a48f6f6a0eca26fe924d6401","postingUrl":"https://us.bebee.com/job/20210726-d8c3e376224495ddb618c42d6a64a72c"},{"employmentType":"Full-time","postedOn":"3 days ago","description":"<div><p>Glass House Group is expanding our retail operations and we are hiring a Project Manager to oversee and manage the construction of our Southern California retail buildouts.</p><p>As Project Manager, you will work closely with key stakeholders to deliver a seamless experience for our buildouts.</p><p>You will partner with our VP of Retail to develop a strategy and vision for the retail buildouts in each market and organize resources to ensure productivity, profitability, growth, and compliance with company procedures. You will support and execute all aspects of our retail buildouts or improvements while maintaining the project budget, schedule, and change management.</p><p>To be considered for this opportunity, you must have experience supervising in all phases of General Construction, including but not limited to, running permits, inspections, and closing projects on time and within budget. As Project Manager, you will serve as the liaison between the field and onsite construction teams.</p><p>Project Management experience in retail construction is essential for this role.</p><p><b>Core Responsibilities: </b></p><p>o Support and Manage all aspects of Retail Store project management, ensuring projects are completed on time or ahead of schedule and on or under budget.</p><p>o Define, plan and manage the full scope of assigned projects. 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Develop and negotiate partnerships with third-party contractors and service providers to deliver best in class service at competitive prices.</p><p>o Coordinate with municipalities and state agencies relevant to permitting.</p><p>o Contract and negotiate with General Contractors and Subcontractors.</p><p>o Travel to various job sites throughout California.</p><p><b>People Development and Operations: </b></p><p>o Lead with strong communication skills, both written and verbal.</p><p>o Develop and Manage Construction Coordinators where applicable.</p><p>o Support and Contribute to weekly Retail Construction calls that are led by the Director of Construction to ensure seamless communication to all cross functional teams.</p><p>o Exhibit consistent professional communication, follow through and problem-solving skills while maintaining a multi-Store perspective of purchasing oversight.</p><p>o Maintain a proactive approach to strategy execution, and consistently communicate vertically and cross-functionally to ensure the alignment of internal priorities and that resources are allocated appropriately.</p><p>o Identify and provide recommendations for Retail Store buildout enhancements and solutions that drive stability and align with critical business needs and the company’s strategic roadmap.</p><p>o Partner with IT to ensure the core systems and supporting infrastructure are working as expected and meeting agreed upon timeline for Construction pipeline.</p><p>o Implement, Support &amp; Maintain project management platform to ensure adherence to construction pipelines and as a tool to inform cross functional teams.</p><p><b>Interpersonal Skills and Ownership</b></p><p>o Communicate and coach effectively to all levels across the Field/Market Teams and Corporate Offices.</p><p>o Develop partnerships to drive positive business results.</p><p>o Adapt to changes required by the business.</p><p>o Act professionally and with integrity providing open, honest, and constructive feedback.</p><p>o Make fast, smart decisions, take initiative and calculated risks to improve personal and Store performance.</p><p>o Works well with others.</p><p>o Accepts responsibility for performance and ensures all commitments are met.</p><p><b>Qualifications and Experience: </b></p><ul><li>Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or other similar degrees. 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Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time, with or without notice.</i></p><p><b>Who We Are</b></p><p>We are Glass House Group: a seed to sale Cannabis company fully compliant with BCC, State and City regulations.</p><p>Glass House Group is a dynamic, supportive, local company that values integrity, transparency, and a genuine desire to help others. We offer a competitive salary and opportunities for advancement.</p><p><b>AAP/EEO Statement</b></p><p>Glass House Group provides equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of their race, colour, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.</p><p>Job Type: Full-time</p><p>Pay: $75,000.00 - $90,000.00 per year</p><p>COVID-19 considerations:<br />Masks required in LA; in other locations, masks required if not fully vaccinated; temperature and symptom checks required upon entry to building; scheduled disinfecting of all high touch surfaces and public spaces</p><p>Application Question(s):</p><ul><li>Do you have experience with the oversight of retail buildouts?</li><li>Are you able to travel to job sites within Southern CA with occasional trips to our corporate office in LA?</li></ul><p>Experience:</p><ul><li>Project Management in Retail Construction: 10 years (Preferred)</li></ul></div>","company":{"companyType":"Private/Growth","name":"GH Group"},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"Anaheim, CA","city":"Anaheim","stateProvince":"CA"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/gh-group/project-manager-retail-construction-so-cal/c482278f83c3545f5a89e12addfcb5ba","title":"Project Manager - Retail Construction (So Cal)","hash":"c482278f83c3545f5a89e12addfcb5ba","postingUrl":"https://www.indeed.com/job/project-manager-retail-construction-so-cal-0dde758b43b87eb6"},{"employmentType":"Full-time, Permanent","postedOn":"18 hours ago","description":"<div><p><b>JOB OVERVIEW</b></p><p>Miss Jones Cannabis Outposts – Store Manager</p><p>Miss Jones is opening our Chemong Outpost and we are looking for a Store Manager to join our team. The Store Manager will assist in the launch, hiring, training and operations of our retail store in Peterborough. Key attributes of this position include setting the pace and vibe of the store, possessing a passionate and vast knowledge of the cannabis industry, ensuring strong sales performance, fostering and nurturing the team across a variety of roles and departments, including Front of House and Inventory Management. A big component of this job is reporting and financials, so proficiency with numbers and being extremely organized are a must.</p><p><b>THE ROLE</b></p><ul><li>Oversee the operations of a single retail location</li><li>Recruit, coach and train top talent to ensure your team can educate and inform our customers</li><li>Work closely with the Regional Operations Manager and Director of Operations to produce business results across the board</li><li>Execute and lead the customer experience to produce top-performing sales</li><li>Maintain a clear “on brand” and well merchandised store to support the customer journey</li><li>Develop and implement processes and procedures to ensure the store runs smoothly</li><li>Conduct weekly inventory and reporting</li><li>Provide feedback on product trends and customer needs</li><li>Assist with audits and AGCO/OCS requirements</li><li>Manage labour, operating hours and standard operating procedures in alignment with Miss Jones cultural values</li><li>Adhere to and enforce loss prevention and security policies, credit policies and procedures (i.e. credit cards, discounts, employee purchases, deposit logs, return and exchange policies)</li><li>Create and nurture valuable relationships with the community</li><li>Stay up-to-date with product knowledge, company information, new launches, campaigns and promotions</li><li>Identify and communicate business needs and opportunities</li><li>Other duties as assigned</li></ul><p><b>QUALIFICATIONS</b></p><ul><li>5+ years as a store manager/general manager of a high-volume retail or restaurant operation</li><li>Must be CannSell Standard certified</li><li>Experience with inventory systems and financial reporting including P&amp;L’s</li><li>Proficiency in handling and utilizing a POS system (additional training will be provided)</li><li>In depth knowledge/expertise of the cannabis industry is ideal</li><li>Experience in the hospitality industry considered an asset</li><li>Excellent communication and organizational skills</li><li>Strong commitment to customer service</li><li>Ability to work in and adapt to a highly regulated industry</li><li>Flexible schedule; able to work evenings, weekends and statutory holidays</li></ul><p>NOTE: Security clearance will be required for this position. 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This position will be responsible to assist with staff scheduling, performance management, employee engagement, training, health and safety, customer relations, marketing and addressing any issues that may arise. This position is also responsible to assist in performing inventory management. On scheduled work days, the Assistant Junior Manager will be responsible to perform opening procedures, to oversee staff changeover periods, and to work alongside the multi-function Budtenders to greet and serve customers and to fulfill orders.</p><p>This position will require an ability to monitor and assess the daily operations, prioritizing and responding appropriately to changing needs. The successful candidate will have a good understanding of retail business management and marketing, and demonstrated strong customer relations skills, teamwork, oral and written communication, and accuracy, speed and proficiency in cash operations, database control and inventory management. A Cannsell certificate and security clearance is required. A good understanding of the AGCO's rules and regulations as well as a working knowledge of the available products is preferred.</p><p>Application deadline: 2021-08-01</p><p>Expected start date: 2021-08-16</p><p>Job Types: Full-time, Permanent</p><p>Salary: $30,000.00-$40,000.00 per year</p><p>Additional pay:</p><ul><li>Overtime pay</li></ul><p>Benefits:</p><ul><li>Paid time off</li><li>Store discount</li></ul><p>Schedule:</p><ul><li>8 hour shift</li></ul><p>Application question(s):</p><ul><li>Are you available to work as a minimum; Schedule A: 830am-430pm Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Friday or Schedule B: 830am-430pm Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 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Communicate feedback directly to the General Manager, Retail Area Manager or VP of Retail.</p><p><b>Interpersonal Skills and Ownership</b></p><p>o Communicates and coaches effectively to all levels across the Store.</p><p>o Develops strong partnerships to enable business success.</p><p>o Adapts to changes required by the business.</p><p>o Acts professionally and with integrity providing open, honest, and constructive feedback.</p><p>o Makes fast, smart decisions, takes initiative and calculated risks to improve personal and Store performance.</p><p>o Works well with others.</p><p>o Accepts responsibility for performance and ensures all commitments are met.</p><p><b>Qualifications Include: </b></p><p>o Must be 21+ years old.</p><p>o Qualified candidates should have a minimum of 2- years’ experience as a Manager in a retail or business environment.</p><p>o Must pass a federal background check via Live scan in certain markets.</p><p>o B.A. preferred, but experience is paramount.</p><p>o Experience working in a highly regulated businesses is desirable.</p><p>o Uses sound judgment when making decisions.</p><p>o Assumes other duties assigned by supervisor.</p><p>o Exhibits strong leadership skills amongst peers and have confidence communicating at the Store and Market level.</p><p>o Uphold excellent consumer service skills and a service orientated culture.</p><p>o Previous retail experience preferred.</p><p>o Previous Cannabis experience preferred.</p><p>o Ability to drive a van/car occasionally as needed.</p><p>o This position regularly requires working evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays.</p><p>o Ability to travel to corporate offices as well as other store locations for training, learning and development.</p><p><b>Physical Demands: </b></p><p>o While performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly required to see, talk, and hear.</p><p>o While performing the duties of this job the employee is frequently required to stand, walk, use hands or feet, reach with hands and arms, and required to lift a min of 50lbs.</p><p><i>Please note this job posting is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are a requirement of the employee for this job.</i></p><p><b>Who We Are: </b></p><p>We are Glass House Brands, a dynamic, supportive, local company that values integrity, transparency, and a genuine desire to help others.</p><p>We are a seed to sale cannabis company. Every link of our supply chain, from DNA to door, is transparent and fully compliant with California’s strict regulations.</p><p>We are industry advocates, partnering with local governments to support safer access and smart regulation. Overall, we are blazing a trail for this new industry and helping define what it will be for generations to come.</p><p>Glass House Brands strives to be a positive presence in every community in which we operate. We contribute to various local arts and education programs and provide jobs with generous pay and benefits that exceed state-mandated minimums.</p><p><b>AAP/EEO Statement</b></p><p>Glass House Brands provides equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of their race, colour, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.</p><p>Job Type: Full-time</p><p>Pay: $58,000.00 - $61,000.00 per year</p><p>Benefits:</p><ul><li>401(k)</li><li>Dental insurance</li><li>Employee assistance program</li><li>Employee discount</li><li>Health insurance</li><li>Life insurance</li><li>Paid time off</li><li>Vision insurance</li></ul><p>Schedule:</p><ul><li>Day shift</li><li>Holidays</li><li>Monday to Friday</li><li>Night shift</li><li>Weekend availability</li></ul><p>COVID-19 considerations:<br />Masks required for all staff and customers who are not fully vaccinated; regularly scheduled disinfecting of all high touch surfaces and public spaces</p><p>Application Question(s):</p><ul><li>Do you have experience working in a regulated industry?</li><li>Do you have experience working in legal cannabis (a plus but not required)</li><li>Are you available to work weekends and holidays?</li></ul><p>Education:</p><ul><li>Bachelor's (Preferred)</li></ul><p>Work Location:</p><ul><li>One location</li></ul><p>Work Remotely:</p><ul><li>No</li></ul></div>","company":{"companyType":"Private/Startup","name":"Glass House Brands","logoUrl":"/logos/glass-house-brands-a38913a71f379997e570f4e79f759ebc.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"Chula Vista, CA 91911","city":"Chula Vista","stateProvince":"CA"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/glass-house-brands/inventory-and-amp-compliance-manager/5010a574e150197a7e9ae537ae41ada6","title":"Inventory &amp; Compliance Manager","hash":"5010a574e150197a7e9ae537ae41ada6","postingUrl":"https://www.indeed.com/job/inventory-compliance-manager-d0982ed7510d8ae5"},{"employmentType":"Full-time","postedOn":"3 days ago","description":"<div><p><b>Job Title: Purchasing Manager</b></p><p><b>Department: Supply Chain</b></p><p><b>Reports to: Supply Chain Director</b></p><p><b>FSLA Status: Exempt </b></p><p><b>About Us </b></p><p>Common Citizen is proud to be a Michigan-based cannabis company committed to changing the social stigma that prevents people from enjoying the greater quality of life that cannabis can provide. Our company is founded on two principles: ‘cannabis for humanity’ and ‘change for the better’. ‘Cannabis for humanity’ meaning we put people first in everything we do – from our safe, high quality cannabis plants to our world-class customer experience to our caring workplace environment. ‘Change for the better’ meaning that we have an insatiable desire to make ourselves, our product and our team experience better each and every day. In fact, we are working hard to become and be recognized as a Great Place to Work® Best Workplaces in the USA.</p><p><b>About This Role </b></p><p>Every position at Common Citizen from seed to sale, is contributing to our mission to serve our fellow citizens of Michigan with the highest quality, safest cannabis product through our highly individualized and education-oriented provisioning centers. The As a <b><i>Purchasing Manager,</i></b> you are responsible for the planning and placing of orders, and/or rescheduling delivery of orders for assigned parts, materials, and supplies pertaining to the manufacturing process, or items required for general business activities – ensuring quality standards are met and products are purchased at the best value.</p><p>Reporting into the Supply Chain Director, the Purchasing Manager will be responsible for purchasing strategy, vendor sourcing, management, negotiations, and budget control. Items purchased will include but not be limited to raw material/consumables, packaging materials, facility &amp; services, capital expenditures and third party finished products.</p><p>As with everyone at Common Citizen, our Supply Chain Lead should also have a personal passion for contributing to the Common Citizen movement to end the social stigma that prevents people from discovering the higher quality of life that cannabis can provide.</p><p><b>What You Will Be Doing</b></p><p>Outlined below is what we see you doing at this point in time. We are a fast-growing company looking for people that are excited to grow along with us.</p><p><b>Sourcing and Vendor Relations</b>, of materials, supplies, services and equipment, including but not limited to:</p><ul><li>Sourcing of raw consumables, supplies and materials with an eye to the greatest quality, lowest possible cost, so our teams always have on hand what they need to keep working efficiently and effectively</li><li>Maintaining an up-to-date vendor database, constantly tracking/reassessing existing and assessing new suppliers/vendors to optimize our roster on an ongoing basis</li><li>Sourcing capital expenditures that meet the specs of the internal brief to the highest quality and lowest possible cost</li><li>Developing RFI/RFP formats and effectively managing the RFI/RFP, NDA, credit check, quote and bid processes</li><li>Summarizing RFI/RFP submissions, conducting a cost-benefit analyzes and working collaboratively with the Supply Chain team on vendor choices</li><li>Negotiating contracts towards the lowest possible, fair cost &amp; terms</li><li>Managing the relationship and timely payment to all vendors to facilitate timely order fulfillment and delivery of accurate, damage-free shipments</li></ul><p><b>Purchasing/Ordering &amp; Receiving</b> for all our business verticals, including but not limited to:</p><ul><li>Strategic procurement planning and analytics, with an eye towards continuous optimization</li><li>Placing and processing of purchase orders with our vendors</li><li>Careful tracking and updating of order statuses</li><li>Accurate data entry, record keeping and reconciliation</li><li>Ensures on-time receipt of products, inventory accuracy and 3-way match.</li><li>Working manager role.</li></ul><p><b>Planning &amp; Internal teamwork,</b> including but not limited to:</p><ul><li>Identifying or creating procurement tools, templates, and best practice processes, minimizing waste in the internal workflow</li><li>Working with the Supply Chain Team to fulfill purchase orders; communicating and collectively problem-solving together when delays or other order issues arise</li><li>Working with the Finance Team to create and manage the procurement budget</li><li>Working with the Finance Team to ensure timely and accurate vendor invoice processing to respect our vendors, maintain strong vendor relationships and reflect our corporate commitment to acting with humanity</li><li>Working collaboratively with our compliance team</li><li>Utilizing/ rolling out our ERP</li><li>Works internally to assist in addressing all aspects of material management including procurement support, project support, pricing, and material availability</li><li>Responsible for driving material cost/lead time in support of program vision with aligned supplier sourcing supporting manufacturing needs</li><li>Collaborate with operations and supply chain teams driving action supporting program vision and milestone deliverables</li><li>Identify risk, mitigate and escalate to get support as needed</li></ul><p><b>Education/ Experience </b></p><ul><li>Post-secondary education in Procurement, Supply Chain Management or equivalent experience</li><li>7+ years in CPG, Pharma or Cannabis industry in a supply chain or procurement capacity</li><li>Proficiency in creating, reading and interpreting financial databases</li><li>Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite – especially MS Excel and MS PowerPoint</li><li>Working knowledge of ERPs</li></ul><p><b>Physical Requirements </b></p><ul><li>Regularly required to sit for long periods of time</li><li>Use hands to handle, control, or feel objects, tools, or controls.</li><li>Reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear.</li><li>Occasionally required to stand and walk.</li><li>Frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.</li></ul><p><b>Why You’d Love This Role</b></p><p>You have:</p><ul><li>A high level of professionalism and believe in our founding principles: “Cannabis for humanity” and “Change for the better”. As such, you enjoy being involved in the community and being a steward for the company and the positive change that we believe in.</li><li>A passion for providing the residents and visitors of Michigan with the highest quality and safest cannabis products in the state.</li><li>A desire to change the social perception of cannabis and a passion for humanity.</li><li>A constant desire to learn new skills and believe in continuous improvement, both personally and professionally.</li><li>Value integrity and honesty and want to bring those values to the cannabis industry.</li><li>Enjoy being part of a team and sharing your skills with your fellow citizens.</li><li>An appreciation for all stages of the production cycle of cannabis, including harvesting and trimming.</li><li>An awareness of the contamination risk between a commercial and home grow, and thus can commit to not operating a home grow while working with us in the greenhouse</li><li>Motivated by fast-paced, rapidly changing environments and unexpected circumstances</li><li>A number person who loves to play with data</li><li>Comfortable working independently, working collaboratively in a cross-functional environment</li><li>Ability to adhere to high standards, strict policies &amp; procedures, and regulations</li><li>Highly organized with strong analytical skills and attention to detail and accuracy</li><li>A customer orientation – understanding &amp; monitoring the needs of both internal and external customers</li><li>A love for pproblem-solving: preventing and solving issues, understanding and mitigating problems, recognizing cause and effect relationships between functions.</li><li>A logistics person with a keen eye for continuous process improvement and optimization</li><li>Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written</li></ul><p><b>Common Citizen</b> is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an environment of mutual respect for all people. If you are a member of an equity group, you are encouraged to self-identify, on your application, cover letter or resume.</p><p><b>***Must be at least 21 years of age as required by the Marijuana Regulatory Association**</b></p><p>Job Type: Full-time</p><p>Benefits:</p><ul><li>Dental insurance</li><li>Health insurance</li><li>Paid time off</li><li>Vision insurance</li></ul><p>Schedule:</p><ul><li>8 hour shift</li><li>Monday to Friday</li></ul><p>Education:</p><ul><li>Bachelor's (Preferred)</li></ul><p>Experience:</p><ul><li>Purchasing: 5 years (Preferred)</li></ul><p>Work Location:</p><ul><li>One location</li></ul><p>Work Remotely:</p><ul><li>No</li></ul></div>","company":{"companyType":"Private/Established","name":"Common Citizen","logoUrl":"/logos/common-citizen-3e62d75f14959e7a96405c11214563de.png"},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"Marshall, MI 49068","city":"Marshall","stateProvince":"MI"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/common-citizen/purchasing-manager/a6729162acb4500787a720682253e5c9","title":"Purchasing Manager","hash":"a6729162acb4500787a720682253e5c9","postingUrl":"https://www.indeed.com/job/purchasing-manager-02f5075d62bd37b2"},{"postedOn":"6 days ago","description":"<div><div>We are looking for an experienced, highly motivated, self-starter Microbiology Laboratory Supervisor who is ready to take a new challenge.<br />Are you looking for an opportunity to work in a large corporation and a lot of growth opportunities?<br />If yes, this could be a great opportunity for you. Work-life balance and great work environment!<br /><br /><br /><b>Advantages</b><br />The ideal candidate will be able to review and approve all microbiology test results, validation protocols and reports within assigned timelines.<br />If you have sound judgment mixed with the ability to work as part of an ever-growing team, we want to hear from you!<br /><br /><b>Responsibilities</b><br /><ul><li>Working collaboratively with Quality Assurance and Quality Control teams to improve processes and optimize productivity.</li><li>Supervise laboratory operations to maintain quality, efficiency, and turnaround time on lab work.</li><li>Review and approve all microbiology test results, validation protocols and reports within assigned timelines.</li><li>Report, record, and lead investigations for any deviations from company procedures, or other discrepancies that may affect or indicate a microbiological problem with product quality; determine and implement any immediate corrective action as necessary; ensure the development of long-term corrective action including identifying root causes; facilitate and review final implementation of corrective action plans.</li><li>Provide support for implementation of new instruments or processes.</li><li>Review and develop current and future laboratory operations and SOPs to improve efficiency and productivity.</li><li>Review and make decisions based on laboratory results.</li><li>Lead by example our team members who are responsible for the day-to-day activities in the Micro lab.</li><li>Ensure that all Microbiology staff are adequately trained to perform duties prior to performing tasks or assays.</li><li>Ensure that applicable equipment/instruments in the microbiology laboratory are qualified, maintained, and calibrated and that system suitability is properly verified. 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The Human Resources Manager will address a variety of employee and compliance issues and provide general support; overseeing the maintenance of records, files and databases of personnel actions, evaluations, and tenure; plan, direct, or coordinate activities ensuring that personnel functions and all documentation conform to all applicable regulatory requirements.</p><p><b>Responsibilities:</b></p><ul><li>Implement company culture, values (innovation, integrity and collaboration) and policies</li><li>Oversee and manage all employee staffing including recruiting, sourcing, testing, interviewing, and checking references</li><li>Develop workforce strategies, to recruit and develop qualified candidates</li><li>Keep apprised of changes affecting Labour Laws and Worker's compensation</li><li>Ensuring compliance with company policies and governmental regulations</li><li>Provide effective Human Resources advice and counsel to employees/managers to ensure effective problem resolution, and compliance with applicable provincial legislation</li><li>Participate in the investigation and guidance for disciplinary actions</li><li>Identify compliance issues that require follow-up or investigation</li><li>Oversee data entry and maintenance of employee records</li><li>Responsible for the management and administration of payroll, compensation, benefits, paid time off, leave of absence, workers compensation and other HR related programs</li><li>Oversee the annual performance review process</li><li>Conduct all on boarding and orientation for newly hired staff</li><li>Facilitate the Quality Management Training Program</li><li>Assist in ad-hoc assignments and projects as assigned</li></ul><p><b>Skills/ Qualifications:</b></p><ul><li>Knowledge and understanding of regulations for labour, compensation, and benefits</li><li>Problem-solving and decision-making skills</li><li>Experience in conflict resolution</li><li>Excellent interpersonal skills (dynamic, strong relationship builder and influencer)</li><li>Previous full-cycle recruitment experience</li><li>Computer proficiency including HR systems</li><li>Continuous knowledge affecting Labour Laws and Worker's compensation</li><li>University degree required; Human Resources or related disciplines preferred</li><li>5+ years work experience in a Human Resources capacity/ 3+ years in a lead/supervisory role</li><li>Previous pharmaceutical or Cannabis experience is an asset.</li><li>CHRL designation is an asset</li></ul><p>At MediPharm Labs we offer comprehensive health and dental benefits, 3 weeks’ vacation and the following opportunities:</p><ul><li>Be part of the foundation of a new, growing industry and make your mark</li><li>Autonomy and key decision-making opportunities</li><li>Work in a fast-paced, collaborative environment with opportunity for growth both personally and professionally</li></ul><p>MediPharm Labs is committed to providing accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes. 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We are ambassadors for the cannabis community, from the novice consumer to the legacy consumer we want to help you find your best fit.</p><p></p><p><br />We are currently looking for Retail Store Manager to join our growing team.</p><p></p><p><b><br />Responsibilities:</b></p><ul><li>Responsible for managing staff, schedules, inventory and customer relations</li><li>Serves as a resource for staff concerning products and services, policies and procedures, industry news and changes in regulations;</li><li>Responsible for submitting and reconciling weekly orders from OCS</li><li>Responds to all staff questions, concerns or suggestions</li><li>Resolves conflicts in a timely manner</li><li>Responsible for delegating tasks to Lead Sales Associate and Sales Associates in order to maintain a compliant and clean retail store</li><li>Coordinates with upper management to ensure accurate information is communicated to staff</li><li>Managing human resources functions, including staff scheduling, payroll and updating SOPs and HR policies</li><li>Ensure store security systems are operational and utilized when necessary to investigate security or shrink concerns</li><li>Conduct staff training and implementation of standard operating procedures and other requirements</li><li>Managing and implementing training on POS systems</li><li>Managing staff Human Resources and Payroll and assist with interviewing new staff</li><li>Provides extraordinary customer service for vendors and customers</li><li>Responds to all customer complaints, requests, concerns, suggestions in a timely manner</li><li>Oversees online order pickups to ensure accurate order information and timeliness of pickup</li><li>Maintain accurate records of all activities including daily cash reconciliations, inventory, sales, online orders and returns in accordance with the AGCO</li><li>Accurate daily, weekly, and monthly recaps and reporting from sales data</li><li>Maintain inventory control system and perform inventory counts on weekly products in the store</li><li>Provide regular inventory, sales and profitability reports to the CEO/Management Team</li><li>Accountable for monthly federal and regulatory reporting submissions to AGCO</li><li>Other tasks might be assigned.</li></ul><br /><p></p><p><b>Qualifications:</b></p><ul><li>Proficient in MS Office; highly proficient in MS Excel</li><li>Experience in data entry and data management</li><li>Knowledgeable in product, resourceful, creative and solution-oriented</li><li>Ability to plan, prioritize and organize ongoing promotions</li><li>A leader with a proven ability to hire, train others and retain talent</li><li>Strong leadership and coaching skills to develop and motivate a sales team</li><li>Proven ability to drive extraordinary customer experiences that build loyalty and deliver measurable results</li><li>Ability to manage competing priorities in a fast-paced and developing environment</li><li>Strong verbal and written communication skills and excellent organizational skills</li><li>Passionate and knowledgeable about cannabis history, products, and accessories</li><li>Open to feedback, coaching and continuous improvement</li><li>Demonstrates high levels of integrity and personal responsibility</li><li>Trustworthy, honest and customer-oriented</li></ul><br /><p></p><p><b>Requirements:</b></p><ul><li>Retail Manager Experience: 3 years (Preferred)</li><li>Minimum 6 months of store experience in a regulated Canadian cannabis retail store</li><li>Minimum age - 19 years old or age as specified by the Ontario provincial government</li><li>Able to lift boxes 5 - 30 lbs</li><li>Must be flexible with hours of work and be comfortable with changing duties</li><li>Must have a comprehensive understanding of AGCO regulations and reporting requirements</li><li>CannSell certification required</li><li>Ontario Retail Managers License from AGCO</li><li>Criminal background check required.</li></ul></div><p></p></div>","company":{"companyType":"Private/Established","name":"Lovekind","logoUrl":"/logos/lovekind-e921d299ee8460d02678d1213d215929.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Stoney Creek, ON","city":"Stoney Creek","stateProvince":"ON"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/lovekind/retail-store-manager/01fd5cb8c7d91dba9f128c82b80161c7","title":"Retail Store Manager","hash":"01fd5cb8c7d91dba9f128c82b80161c7","postingUrl":"https://ca.indeed.com/job/retail-store-manager-bfc5003f679af9d9"},{"employmentType":"Full-time","postedOn":"3 days ago","description":"<div><p>As the 64th largest accounting firm in the nation, Grassi is a leading provider of advisory, tax and accounting services to businesses and individuals. 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