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Legal Counsel, Regulatory Affairs Auxly Toronto, ON
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Legal Counsel, Regulatory Affairs

Auxly Cannabis Toronto, ON Full-time
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About the Company: Auxly is a leading Canadian cannabis company dedicated to bringing innovative, effective, and high-quality cannabis products to the wellness and adult-use markets. Auxly's experienced team of industry first-movers and enterprising visionaries have secured a diversified supply of raw cannabis, strong clinical, scientific and operating capabilities and leading research and development infrastructure in order to create trusted products and brands in an expanding global market.

Learn more at www.auxly.com and stay up to date at Twitter: @AuxlyGroup; Instagram: @auxlygroup; Facebook: @auxlygroup; LinkedIn: company/auxlygroup/.

Overview: We are currently seeking a Legal Counsel, Regulatory Affairs to join the Legal and Regulatory Affairs team to report into the General Counsel and SVP, Regulatory Affairs and Planning. Role allows flexibility to work remotely.*

Applications will be accepted until 11:59 pm, June 1, 2022.*

What can you expect to do: * Product Development*

• Provide guidance to Regulatory Affairs on complex packaging and labeling executions

• Participate in product risk assessments to provide advice on ingredients, hardware, product liability and risk mitigation strategies prior to launch

• Participate in regulatory review of all proposed product innovations and advise on regulatory/legal concerns

• Promotions*

• Review all B2B and B2C promotional materials and executions to ensure compliance with provincial and federal laws

• Provide legal advice and documentation for contesting

• Review and approve all product claims/descriptions prior to use

• Monitor privacy requirements and ensure compliance of online activations, socials and websites

• Ensure record keeping of all promotions to meet Health Canada requirements

• Trade & Distribution*

• Work with the sales team on strategic B2B matters at both the wholesale and retail level to ensure compliance with applicable laws

• Negotiate and draft agreements for same

• Intellectual Property*

• Assist legal on advising on all intellectual property filings all products, brands and protectable intellectual property (e.g. trademarks, designs, formulations, patents etc.)

• Track, review and maintain Auxly's intellectual property portfolio

• Draft and monitor licensing agreements with strategic partners

• Monitor third party activity and advise on infringing IP and assist on and necessary enforcement matters

• Corporate/Commercial Legal*

• Review, draft and monitor various legal agreements with a range of counterparties (customers, suppliers, strategic partners etc.)

• Review and advise on legal disputes over any such agreements

• International Opportunities*

• Assist Regulatory Affairs and Corporate Development on assessing international opportunities including assessing legal and regulatory risks of any international expansion opportunities

• Review, draft and monitor various legal agreements with a range of counterparties for the same opportunities

What we are looking for :

• A J.D. and/ or LL.B. degree from an accredited Canadian Law School.

• Minimum 3+ years' post-call experience with a leading law firm or organization.

• Related regulatory experience with cannabis, natural health products, drugs, medical devices or experience with Health Canada is preferred.

• Excellent analytical and communication skills, both written and verbal; demonstrated consistent and prompt use of sound legal and business judgment.

• Pragmatic approach, including the ability to simplify legal constructs and concepts for business colleagues and non-legal audiences.

• Strong attention to detail and excellent organization skills.

• Project management skills with the ability to prioritize, multi-task, learn quickly and work independently.

• Knowledge of the Cannabis Act, Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, , Narcotic Control Regulations and Food and Drugs Act is not required but would be considered an asset.

Location: 777 Richmond St W,Unit 002, Toronto, ONJob Type: Full-time

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Reporting into the SVP, Regulatory Affairs and Planning, the ideal candidate aspires to work in the growing cannabis field with an award-winning team!</p><p>This role allows flexibility to work remotely.</p><p>Applications will be accepted until 1159 pm, June 1st, 2022.</p><p>Regulatory Submissions &amp; Guidance</p><p>• Compile and prepare of regulatory submissions to Health Canada for key investor reports, annual revenue statements, organizational security plans, and promotional spend</p><p>• Prepare and submit monthly inventory reports to Health Canada</p><p>• Prepare and submit licence amendments and licence renewals</p><p>• Prepare and submit security clearance applications and liaise with regulator on its review of same</p><p>• Work with subject matter experts to translate regulatory requirements into easy-to-understand yet detailed implementation plans to solve problems as they arise on site Customer Success</p><p>Packaging, Labeling, NNCPs, Product Calls</p><p>• Manage the Packaging &amp; Labeling Compliance Team, with the mandate to complete all product artworks, photography, NNCP submissions, GS1 submissions, product calls</p><p>• Provide regulatory guidance on compliance of all packaging, including child resistance certifications</p><p>• Review and approve all labels prior to use</p><p>• Respond to Health Canada on NNCP objection letters and requests for more information</p><p>Product Development</p><p>• Provide guidance to Product Development on complex packaging and labeling regulated matters</p><p>• Participate in product risk assessments to provide advice on ingredients, hardware, product liability and risk mitigation strategies prior to launch</p><p>• Participate in regulatory review of all proposed product innovations and advise on regulatory/legal concern</p><p>Governmental Relations Engagement</p><p>• Draft correspondence to provincial and federal regulators on various matters from product inquiries to audit reports</p><p>• Draft responses to regulatory consultations</p><p>• Provide strategic advice on changes in the provincial and federal legal frameworks</p><p>• University or College Degree in sciences, law or related field.</p><p>• Minimum 3+ years of Regulatory Affairs or related experience with regulator or an organization.</p><p>• Related regulatory experience with cannabis, natural health products, drugs, medical devices or experience with Health Canada is preferred.</p><p>• Understanding of the application of laws, regulations, guidance and policies to specific projects.</p><p>• Ability to interpret and understand regulations in the context of commercial cannabis environment.</p><p>• Excellent analytical and communication skills, both written and verbal; demonstrated consistent and prompt use of sound legal and business judgment.</p><p>• Strong attention to detail and excellent organization skills.</p><p>• Project management skills with the ability to prioritize, multi-task, learn quickly and work independently.</p><p>• Knowledge of the Cannabis Act, Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, Narcotic Control Regulations and Food and Drugs Act is not required but would be considered an asset</p></div>","company":{"website":"auxly.com","name":"Auxly"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Toronto, ON","city":"Toronto","stateProvince":"ON"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/auxly/regulatory-affairs-specialist/a82b4119842f2ebfdfeb55961c3a3212","title":"Regulatory Affairs Specialist","category":"Manufacturing","hash":"a82b4119842f2ebfdfeb55961c3a3212","postingUrl":"https://ca.linkedin.com/jobs/view/regulatory-affairs-specialist-at-auxly-3072650243","timestamp":1652361773003,"postedOn":"NaN days ago","salary":"$46k - $77k"},{"salaries":[{"salaryStart":"$66k","salaryEnd":"$120k","currency":"US","source":"Salary.com","position":"Quality Compliance Manager","type":"per year","url":"https://www.salary.com/research/salary/recruiting/quality-compliance-manager-salary/il"},{"salaryStart":"$50k","salaryEnd":"$undefined","currency":"US","source":"Payscale","position":"Quality Assurance (QA) Specialist","type":"per year (median)","url":"https://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Quality_Assurance_(QA)_Specialist/Salary/82452cfd/Chicago-IL-Regulatory-Compliance"}],"function":["Legal"],"description":"<div><p>The Role</p><p>The purpose of this position is to ensure the successful quality and compliance management operations at our Oglesby, IL cultivation facility. 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This role will also support stores with their compliance questions and help all team members understand the regulations in multiple jurisdictions and the role they play in compliance.</p><p><b>KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:</b></p><p>Regulatory Research</p><p>• Read and evaluate new regulatory developments at the Federal, Provincial, Municipal and International levels.</p><p>• Focus research on growth sectors identified by the corporate strategic plan.</p><p>• Read and evaluate original regulations and industry analysis.</p><p>• Monitoring regulatory updates, political landscape, and identifying useful events and consultations.</p><p>Pro-active Engagement</p><p>• Participate in public consultations on potential new regulations</p><p>• Work collaboratively with VP Business Development and Licensing in the development of presentation materials and in meetings with government at the Federal, Provincial, Municipal and International levels to influence policy in favor of the corporate strategic plan</p><p>Applications</p><p>• Review license application requirements.</p><p>• Make recommendations on corporate application and other pre-application decisions.</p><p>• Review applications requirements with your manager, legal counsel, and external consultants.</p><p>• Develop project plans for licensing submissions.</p><p>• Meet with project team members and stakeholders to discuss deliverables and timelines.</p><p>• Develop engaged, friendly relationships with regulators and hold them accountable to open and ongoing communication.</p><p>• Document all interactions with regulators via email or with notes on phone calls.</p><p>• Track contacts and roles at the regulatory agency.</p><p>• Look for efficiencies and push regulators to disclose questions and issues.</p><p>• Triage requests for additional information, review with your direct manager, legal counsel, and executive as the need arises.</p><p>• Share milestones and deliverables with project team members and stakeholders to discuss deliverables and timelines.</p><p>Ongoing Engagement</p><p>• Work collaboratively with Vice President of Business Development to provide feedback on regulations and regulators once established.</p><p>Risk Assessment</p><p>• Register project and operational risks and issues.</p><p>• Escalate enterprise-level risks and issues that threaten the Company.</p><p>• Discuss risks and issues with your direct manager, and other senior executives to develop mitigation plans.</p><p>Store Support</p><p>• Respond to compliance questions from retail store managers and District Sales Managers.</p><p>• Triage and coordinate property maintenance issues at retail stores.</p><p>• Support lease administration and new lease negotiations.</p><p><b>KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS:</b></p><p>• Bachelor's degree or post-secondary education in a related field.</p><p>• 3 years of demonstrated experience working as a legal assistant or paralegal.</p><p>• Demonstrated experience working in government or highly in regulated sectors.</p><p>• Demonstrated experience conducting legislative research.</p><p>• Familiarity with corporate governance is an asset.</p><p><b>SKILLS &amp; 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Some of us nurture plants while others pore over legal documents or open new stores. A few things we have in common? 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live their very best life by providing them with products that meet the needs of their mind, body, and soul and invoke a sense of wellbeing. Tilray’s mission is to be the trusted partner for its patients and consumers by providing them with a cultivated experience and health and wellbeing through high-quality, differentiated brands and innovative products. A pioneer in cannabis research, cultivation, and distribution, Tilray’s unprecedented production platform supports over 20 brands in over 20 countries, including comprehensive cannabis offerings, hemp-based foods, and alcoholic beverages.</p><p>Looking to develop your career at the forefront of a rapidly expanding industry?</p><p>The Regulatory Affairs Associate is responsible for providing regulatory guidance for new development and business opportunities, leading regulatory activities for global core filing documents, supporting export/import related documentation and overseeing licence maintenance.</p><p>Duties and Responsibilities</p><p>Responsible for the assessment and support of regulatory strategy (importing and exporting) and documentation of Avanti’s portfolio, for both inter companies and external clients, ensuring successful planning and execution of the global regulatory filings, in collaboration with regulatory leaders in each jurisdiction</p><p>Responsible for identifying regulatory risks and provide mitigations for global submission strategies and product/clinical development, working with the global teams and internal departments, to address their specific needs. Conduct risk assessments and recommendations for various regulatory scenarios</p><p>Provide technical support and ensure compliance during the development and approval of products for all markets</p><p>Ensure that strategic regulatory input is provided to key clinical development activities (documents, licensing and product development assessment)</p><p>Supervise and approve labelling development for the international market</p><p>Supervise regulatory maintenance (different type of submissions, post- approval, deficiency letter), follow-up of client´s inquiries and complaints</p><p>Review and interpret international regulations to collaborate with new business development</p><p>Source manufacturing documents and scientific data from various operational departments to assemble dossiers for registration, and reformat data and information to meet specific requirements of each jurisdiction</p><p>Provide support to obtain import and export permits.</p><p>Manage Health Canada (and other government agencies) reporting requirements and overseeing licence maintenance, compliance and renewal</p><p>Supporting the Quality team during inspection by regulators</p><p><b>Qualifications</b></p><p>Minimum B.Sc. in Pharmacy or in a related scientific field</p><p>3-5 years’ experience in the Pharmaceutical/Cannabis Industry, with work function in Regulatory Affairs/Quality Assurance/Compliance</p><p>Thorough knowledge of global regulatory guidelines and regulations (EMA, ICH, Health Canada, US FDA, ANVISA, INVIMA, ANMAT), and quality requirements (cGMP, cGLP, GPP, and GACP)</p><p>Thorough knowledge with CMC submission and post-approval of pharmaceutical drugs in various markets (WHO, Europe, LatAm, Africa, and Asia)</p><p>Leadership skills, including delegation, time management and work allocation</p><p>Ability to think strategically, coordinating global activities and building a positive relationship with clients</p><p>Negotiating skills and resourcefulness</p><p>Business/financial management experience is an asset</p><p>Excellent verbal and written communication skills</p><p>Efficient use and knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook</p><p>Tilray welcomes applications from all qualified individuals and is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace.</p><p>Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. If you require accommodations for interviews or other meetings, please advise when submitting your application.</p><p>Please note that Tilray does not authorize, engage, or sponsor any consultants, agencies or organizations that seek certain personal or financial information from you (e.g. passwords, login ids, credit card information). High Park does not charge any application, processing or onboarding fee at any stage of the recruitment or hiring process.</p><p>When replying to emails, please ensure the sender name and email address match exactly. Please also ensure the Reply-To address matches the sending address exactly.</p><p>If you are concerned about the authenticity of an email, letter, or call purportedly from, for, or on behalf of High Park, please send an email inquiry to [email protected]</p></div>","company":{"website":"leafwire.com","name":"LeafWires"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Toronto, ON","city":"Toronto","stateProvince":"ON"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/leafwires/regulatory-affairs/1573a84ea81da8036e786a95ea856bdc","title":"Regulatory Affairs","category":"Media & Communications","hash":"1573a84ea81da8036e786a95ea856bdc","postingUrl":"https://en-ca.whatjobs.com/jobs/Regulatory-Affairs/Toronto/23987678","timestamp":1643811793372,"postedOn":"NaN days ago","salary":"$41k - $71k"},{"function":["Legal"],"description":"<div><p>Job Title: Batching Technician - Days</p><p>Location: Midway, FL</p><p>Department: Processing</p><p>Type: Full Time</p><p>Min. 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The RAA will ensure regulatory compliance of promotional activities that are conducted at Noya, will submit and track new cannabis product submissions, and will act as the lead for all regulatory and licensing related activities.</p><p><b>Responsibilities:</b></p><p>• Review and approve all promotional materials that are posted on the company's social media platform</p><p>• Prepare and compile regulatory submissions to Health Canada for license amendments, key investor reports and promotional activities reports</p><p>• Compiling and submitting Notice of New Cannabis Products to Health Canada</p><p>• Liaising with internal stakeholders such as Operations, Marketing and Quality Assurance, to address regulatory concerns</p><p>• Conducting label and packaging design reviews</p><p>• Assist, manage and maintain the submitting, tracking and the expiry of security clearance applications of new and existing individuals</p><p>• Responding to regulatory inquiries from brands and external stakeholders</p><p>• Executing on Health Canada and CRA reporting requirements, and overseeing internal and third-party license maintenance, compliance, and renewal</p><p>• Working with Customer Service team and the QA team to monitor and resolve product complaints</p><p>• Ensure control, compliance, standardization, and overall integrity of Quality Management Systems</p><p>• Identify gaps both intra and inter-departmental and create systems and processes to ensure control, compliance, and customer satisfaction</p><p>• Utilize databases such as Ample Organics, QMS, consumer complaints, and KPIs to optimize internal audits and strengthen continuous improvement opportunities related to compliance</p><p>• Other job duties as assigned</p><p><b>Requirements:</b></p><p>• Post-secondary degree or diploma in biological science (chemistry, biology, pharmacology, regulatory affairs)</p><p>• 2-4 years of regulatory experience from the Cannabis Industry; knowledge and understanding of the Cannabis Regulations and Act, Excise Act. 2001.</p><p>• Direct experience with and Deep understanding of sections 17 to 26 of the Cannabis Act and Part 6.1 and Pat.7 of the Cannabis Regulations.</p><p>• Experience with an organization regulated by HACCP Canada or experience in a similarly regulated environment (GMP, GAP, GPP)</p><p>• Ability to follow strict operating procedures</p><p>• Ability to work individually as well as part of a team</p><p><b>Work Conditions:</b></p><p>• Repetitive work</p><p>• Manual dexterity required to use desktop computer and peripherals</p><p>• Will be in contact with Cannabis and its components (THC, CBD and Pollen)</p><p>• Working in a busy environment with frequent interruptions</p><p>• Use of required personal protective equipment</p><p>• Overtime/Weekend Coverage as required</p><p>Job Types: Full-time, Permanent</p><p><b>Benefits:</b></p><p>• Dental care</p><p>• Extended health care</p><p>• Paid time off</p><p>• Vision care</p><p><b>Schedule:</b></p><p>• 8 hour shift</p><p>• Monday to Friday</p><p><b>Education:</b></p><p>• Bachelor's Degree (preferred)</p><p><b>Experience:</b></p><p>• Regulatory Affairs: 2 years (preferred)</p><p>• Marketing Compliance: 2 years (preferred)</p><p>• Cannabis Licensed Producer: 2 years (preferred</p></div>","company":{"companyType":"Private/Growth","name":"Noya Cannabis Inc.","logoUrl":"/logos/noya-cannabis-47fdda4548d3989208bd8c8d85a1fa20.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Hamilton, ON","city":"Hamilton","stateProvince":"ON"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/noya-cannabis-inc/regulatory-affairs-associate-and-promotion-material-compliance/147e87f6a2746a22f6049dd4bb988aff","title":"Regulatory Affairs Associate and Promotion Material Compliance...","category":"Medical & Healthcare","hash":"147e87f6a2746a22f6049dd4bb988aff","postingUrl":"https://careerscannabis.com/job-posting/noya-cannabis-inc/regulatory-affairs-associate-and-promotion-material-compliance-specialist/ff7a9e5b4f161e54262e311f7fab0457","timestamp":1646835872724,"postedOn":"NaN days ago"},{"function":["Legal"],"description":"<div><p>Cannabis Real Estate Development - Regulatory, Licensing and Public Affairs Coordinator Cannabis real estate and licensing company looking to hire an experienced regulatory, licensing and public affair professional to lead ballot initiative efforts, handle local and state marijuana licensing files/applications and public affairs matters.</p><p>Responsibilities: • Initiate and execute petition drives introducing cannabis ordinances throughout the State of Michigan and other emerging markets. • Oversee campaigns to educate communities and collect signatures supporting the adoption/approval of local cannabis ordinances. • Ensure that committees, petition drives and campaign management adhere to local, state, and federal guidelines. • Serve as point of contact for state and local agencies, city councils and other industry professionals on behalf of the company. • Work with vendors for petition drive materials, the creation and distribution of campaign marketing material. • Manage and execute ballot committees and campaign finance reports. • Conduct post-campaign evaluation and identifying successful and unsuccessful elements. • Maintain a deep understanding of new and existing regulations that may impact internal processes and industry compliance. • Understand and monitor local ordinances, state laws and other regulations in Michigan and other emerging markets. • Develop and maintain strong relationships within the industry as well as local and state personnel. • Provide details of various regulations, procedures, and/or policies to employees and stakeholders as necessary. • Attend meetings, conferences, hearings and briefings as necessary to advocate on behalf of the company and the industry. • Maintain municipal and state licensing files, adhering to strict timelines. • Handle municipal and state license application process from start to finish. • Act as a liaison between the company and municipal and state agencies throughout the application process. • Attend local meetings as needed, throughout the application process.</p><p><b>Qualifications:</b></p><p>• 3 + years Relevant Experience • Bachelor's Degree preferred, significant industry and/or related experience may be considered • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills • Stellar advocacy skills • Project management experience a plus • Must have strong organizational skills and be able to manage files, deadlines and other time sensitive matters • Must be self-motivated and have the ability to work proactively and independently, troubleshoot, and work well under pressure. • Must be able to identify and solve problems and work well in a collaborative environment. • Significant industry knowledge • Experience in Government policy, regulations and lobbying strongly preferred. • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, particularly excel Salary: $115,000. - $150,000.00 plus performance bonuses Responsibilities Responsibilities: • Initiate and execute petition drives introducing cannabis ordinances throughout the State of Michigan and other emerging markets. • Oversee campaigns to educate communities and collect signatures supporting the adoption/approval of local cannabis ordinances. • Ensure that committees, petition drives and campaign management adhere to local, state, and federal guidelines. • Serve as point of contact for state and local agencies, city councils and other industry professionals on behalf of the company. • Work with vendors for petition drive materials, the creation and distribution of campaign marketing material. • Manage and execute ballot committees and campaign finance reports. • Conduct post-campaign evaluation and identifying successful and unsuccessful elements. • Maintain a deep understanding of new and existing regulations that may impact internal processes and industry compliance. • Understand and monitor local ordinances, state laws and other regulations in Michigan and other emerging markets. • Develop and maintain strong relationships within the industry as well as local and state personnel. • Provide details of various regulations, procedures, and/or policies to employees and stakeholders as necessary. • Attend meetings, conferences, hearings and briefings as necessary to advocate on behalf of the company and the industry. • Maintain municipal and state licensing files, adhering to strict timelines. • Handle municipal and state license application process from start to finish. • Act as a liaison between the company and municipal and state agencies throughout the application process. • Attend local meetings as needed, throughout the application process.</p><p><b>Experience Qualifications:</b></p><p>• 3 + years Relevant Experience • Bachelor's Degree preferred, significant industry and/or related experience may be considered • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills • Stellar advocacy skills • Project management experience a plus • Must have strong organizational skills and be able to manage files, deadlines and other time sensitive matters • Must be self-motivated and have the ability to work proactively and independently, troubleshoot, and work well under pressure. • Must be able to identify and solve problems and work well in a collaborative environment. • Significant industry knowledge • Experience in Government policy, regulations and lobbying strongly preferred. • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, particularly excel</p></div>","company":{"companyType":"Private/Established","name":"Vangst","logoUrl":"/logos/vangst-1731290886786334fb502ebdee566cc6.png"},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"Bloomfield Hills, MI, USA","city":"Bloomfield Hills","stateProvince":"MI"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/vangst/cannabis-real-estate-development-regulatory-licensing-and/d5a8211d5ad41d8e654edf51968c7ff3","title":"Cannabis Real Estate Development - Regulatory, Licensing and...","category":"Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services","hash":"d5a8211d5ad41d8e654edf51968c7ff3","postingUrl":"https://jobs.cannabis.net/career/106820/Cannabis-Real-Estate-Development-Regulatory-Licensing-Public-Affairs-Michigan-Mi-Bloomfield-Hills","timestamp":1645711278765,"postedOn":"NaN days ago"},{"function":["Legal"],"description":"<div><p>Compliance &amp; Quality Specialist II Ethos Cannabis– Multi-State Website: www.Ethoscannabis.Com Company Overview Ethos Cannabis is a multi-state cannabis company with operations in the cultivation, processing and dispensing of cannabis in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Maryland and Ohio and we are pursuing expansion opportunities. Our goal is to have a clear and compelling consumer-centric vision focused on helping individuals feel and live better through their experiences with cannabis. Our mission is supported by our relationship with Jefferson Health, a leading academic medical center in the U.S., dedicated to collecting and analyzing valuable real-world data and developing educational initiatives with a focus on patient outcomes and quality of life. Jefferson Health is our Academic Clinical Research Center partner for our vertically integrated operations in Pennsylvania. Our principals have significant experience investing in healthcare, consumer products, and regulated markets and have been actively focused on the cannabis industry since 2015. Our leadership at Ethos Cannabis has experience developing and leading successful cannabis operators in the U.S. Position Summary/Objective The primary responsibilities of the Compliance &amp; Regulatory Affairs Specialist II is to manage and complete state and municipality regulatory documentation to support Ethos compliance in multiple markets. This position is also responsible for supporting the overall quality initiatives within the organization. This includes both proactive and reactive efforts to maintain compliance and quality. We are building a strong ethical and team-oriented culture at Ethos Cannabis and are looking for this position to help support this vision while championing our values. This position will report to the Vice President of Regulatory Compliance and Quality. Responsibilities: Works cross functionally with Retail, Production, Supply Chain and Facilities, as needed, to process new license applications and renewals for state and municipalities regulatory bodies in a timely manner. Partners with Talent and Acquisition to process employee regulatory documentation. Support administration of State required employee trainings and audits. Reviews and develops standard operating procedures (SOPs) with respect to regulatory compliance. Review and revises the company’s Plan for Positive Impact and Diversity and monitor compliance with stated goals. Remains abreast of relevant industry-related and state-mandated laws and regulations, analyze their impact and make recommendations to operations and management. Collaborates with management to address and resolve any regulatory concerns that may arise Member of External Audit Team including helping to prepare for facility inspections, train associates, and speak to auditors during government regulatory investigations, and other external audits. Develops collaborative relationships with Regulatory Agency representatives and regulators Review product promotional materials, labeling, batch records, specification sheets, or test methods for compliance with applicable regulations and policies. Supports any recall and/or health/public safety issues. This includes reporting to government agencies, developing communication to dispensaries and/or consumers, working with the management team to develop a corrective plan. Respond to management inquires and requests and resolve issues in a timely, friendly and efficient manner. Evaluates participation in community events and other marketing efforts for risks, assists with marketing activities to ensure compliance with federal and/or state regulations. Maintain compliance with all company policies and procedures. May perform duties of other team members in the compliance department as needed. Conducts internal audits and communicates findings to Management with recommendations for improvement when necessary. Assists with administration of quality management system elements including, but not limited to training, corrective action, and document control. Qualifications: 2-4 years prior experience in compliance, legal, regulatory affairs and/or risk management preferred Prior experience in the cannabis industry preferred Bachelor's Degree in related field preferred Results oriented change agent Work history showing progressive responsibility, willingness to accept additional projects and challenges Excellent time-management skills; ability to effectively plan and prioritize, with strong attention to detail and work ethic Ability to write technical reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals Solid communication, writing, organization, and interpersonal skills Ability to execute and work well in a team setting but also a self-starter Demonstrated ability to work comfortably and effectively within a diverse, multicultural, multigenerational environment Compensation This position is classified as Exempt and is not entitled to overtime pay. Ethos Cannabis is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in the recruitment, selection, or advancement of employees on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, creed, age, religion, marital status, disability, political affiliation, or on any other basis prohibited by law. Ethos is dedicated to creating and equal opportunity workplace and encourages women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and individuals with past drug convictions to apply. Must be 21 or older. Employment opportunities shall be provided for applicants with disabilities and reasonable accommodation(s) shall be made to meet the physical or mental limitations of qualified applicants or employees</p></div>","company":{"companyType":"Private/Established","name":"Ethos Cannabis","logoUrl":"/logos/ethos-cannabis-bc11786c4bdf8cd506a7e5c0e07a4cb5.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"Mantua Township, NJ, USA","city":"Mantua Township","stateProvince":"NJ"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/ethos-cannabis/quality-control-quality-assurance-specialist-ethos-cannabis/7c4b6b80cbdaed2146f8e1e725d60b99","title":"Quality Control / Quality Assurance Specialist - Ethos Cannabis","category":"Agriculture & Farming","hash":"7c4b6b80cbdaed2146f8e1e725d60b99","postingUrl":"https://www.recruit.net/job/quality-assurance-specialist-jobs/3F677E1856DE223E","timestamp":1647438635806,"postedOn":"NaN days ago"},{"salaries":[{"salaryStart":"$44k","salaryEnd":"$85k","currency":"","source":"Monster.ca","position":"Regulatory Affairs Specialist","type":"per year","url":"https://www.monster.ca/salary/q-regulatory-affairs-specialist-l-aylmer-ontario"},{"salaryStart":"$69k","salaryEnd":"$120k","currency":"","source":"Payscale","position":"Regulatory Affairs Manager","type":"per year","url":"https://www.payscale.com/research/CA/Job=Regulatory_Affairs_Manager/Salary/ac10fa19/Toronto-ON"},{"salaryStart":"$47k","salaryEnd":"$54k","currency":"","source":"Glassdoor","position":"Regulatory Affairs Associate","type":"per year","url":"https://www.glassdoor.ca/Salary/Intertek-Regulatory-Affairs-Manager-Toronto-Salaries-EJI_IE15251.0,8_KO9,35_IL.36,43_IM976.htm"}],"function":["Legal"],"description":"<div><p>Reporting to the Director of Regulatory Affairs &amp; QA, the RA Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating activities related to regulatory compliance, while ensuring execution of the change management process from a quality perspective. The RA Coordinator will provide regulatory guidance for new product development and product submissions, and act as the lead for all regulatory and licensing related activities. The extraction facility is located in Aylmer, Ontario.</p><p>Company</p><p>Motif Labs is a licensed cannabis extraction facility located in SW Ontario. Motif operates as a business-to-business enterprise, offering toll processing and contract manufacturing services to Licensed Producers (LP's) and 3rd Party Brands. Motif is experiencing significant growth and we are seeking dynamic and professional individuals to join our team. Motif prides itself on Integrity, Collaboration and Quality, and these core values are at the center of everything we do.</p><p>Position Overview</p><p>- Prepare and compile regulatory submissions to Health Canada</p><p>- Compiling and coordinating the submission of NNCPs (Notice of New Cannabis Products)</p><p>- Liaising with internal stakeholders (Operations, Brands, QA) to champion change control management through to completion</p><p>- Conducting label and packaging design reviews</p><p>- Responding to regulatory inquiries from brands and external stakeholders</p><p>- Executing on Health Canada and CRA reporting requirements, and overseeing license maintenance, compliance and renewal</p><p>- Working with Customer Service team to monitor and resolve product complaints</p><p>- Ensure control, compliance, standardization, and overall integrity of Quality Systems</p><p>- Identify gaps both intra and inter-departmental and create systems/processes to ensure control, compliance, and customer satisfaction</p><p>- Utilize databases such as QMS, consumer complaints, and KPIs to optimize audits and strengthen continuous improvement opportunities related to compliance</p><p>- Other job duties as assigned</p><p><b>Qualifications</b></p><p>- Bachelor s Degree or College Diploma in science, engineering, or a related discipline</p><p>- Minimum 1 year of experience working in Quality Assurance or Regulatory Affairs within in Cannabis, GMP environment, pharmaceutical and/or food and beverage industry</p><p>- Minimum 3 years of experience working within Cannabis, GMP environment, pharmaceutical and/or food and beverage industry</p><p>- Working knowledge of the Cannabis Act and associated regulations</p><p>- Experience compiling and submitting regulatory submissions</p><p>- Experience with Quality Systems: Change Control, CAPA, Document Control</p><p>- Ability to prepare and present reports related to regulatory risks and opportunities</p><p>- Ability to work in a dynamic environment and collaborate with a cross-functional project team</p><p>- Must have proven ability to facilitate change, effectively communicate, and demonstrate strong interpersonal skills</p><p>- Highly organized with attention to detail for successfully satisfying diverse responsibilities</p><p>- Ability to read and correctly interpret documents such regulations, guidelines, and product specifications</p><p>- Must have the ability to communicate effectively with employees and management at all levels</p><p><b>Nice to Have's:</b></p><p>- Previous work experience with a Canadian Licensed Producer (LP)</p><p>- Knowledge of GPP (Good Production Practices)</p><p>- Current knowledge of cannabis industry trends and 2.0 products</p><p>- Experience with C15 Quality Management System</p><p>- Regulatory Affairs and Quality Operations Certificate</p><p>- Experience working in a high growth environment</p><p>- Startup experience</p><p>NOTE: All candidates are required to pass a criminal background check and provide a copy for employment at Motif. We thank all interested candidates. Only those whom we have selected for an interview will be contacted.</p><p><b>COVID PROTOCOL:</b></p><p>This is a hybrid role where you will need to be on site at our production facility with some flexibility to work remotely. Motif provides all required PPE and has continued all safety protocols: a well-fitted mask must be worn at all times while indoors in shared spaces and staff are to remain 2M+ apart. 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The RA Coordinator will provide regulatory guidance for new product development and product submissions, and act as the lead for all regulatory and licensing related activities. The extraction facility is located in Aylmer, Ontario.</p><p>Company</p><p>Motif Labs is a licensed cannabis extraction facility located in SW Ontario. Motif operates as a business-to-business enterprise, offering toll processing and contract manufacturing services to Licensed Producers (LP's) and 3rd Party Brands. Motif is experiencing significant growth and we are seeking dynamic and professional individuals to join our team. Motif prides itself on Integrity, Collaboration and Quality, and these core values are at the center of everything we do.</p><p>Position Overview</p><p>• Prepare and compile regulatory submissions to Health Canada</p><p>• Compiling and coordinating the submission of NNCPs (Notice of New Cannabis Products)</p><p>• Liaising with internal stakeholders (Operations, Brands, QA) to champion change control management through to completion</p><p>• Conducting label and packaging design reviews</p><p>• Responding to regulatory inquiries from brands and external stakeholders</p><p>• Executing on Health Canada and CRA reporting requirements, and overseeing license maintenance, compliance and renewal</p><p>• Working with Customer Service team to monitor and resolve product complaints</p><p>• Ensure control, compliance, standardization, and overall integrity of Quality Systems</p><p>• Identify gaps both intra and inter-departmental and create systems/processes to ensure control, compliance, and customer satisfaction</p><p>• Utilize databases such as QMS, consumer complaints, and KPIs to optimize audits and strengthen continuous improvement opportunities related to compliance</p><p>• Other job duties as assigned</p><p><b>Qualifications</b></p><p>• Bachelor’s Degree or College Diploma in science, engineering, or a related discipline</p><p>• Minimum 1 year of experience working in Quality Assurance or Regulatory Affairs within in Cannabis, GMP environment, pharmaceutical and/or food and beverage industry</p><p>• Minimum 3 years of experience working within Cannabis, GMP environment, pharmaceutical and/or food and beverage industry</p><p>• Working knowledge of the Cannabis Act and associated regulations</p><p>• Experience compiling and submitting regulatory submissions</p><p>• Experience with Quality Systems: Change Control, CAPA, Document Control</p><p>• Ability to prepare and present reports related to regulatory risks and opportunities</p><p>• Ability to work in a dynamic environment and collaborate with a cross-functional project team</p><p>• Must have proven ability to facilitate change, effectively communicate, and demonstrate strong interpersonal skills</p><p>• Highly organized with attention to detail for successfully satisfying diverse responsibilities</p><p>• Ability to read and correctly interpret documents such regulations, guidelines, and product specifications</p><p>• Must have the ability to communicate effectively with employees and management at all levels</p><p><b>Nice to Have's:</b></p><p>• Previous work experience with a Canadian Licensed Producer (LP)</p><p>• Knowledge of GPP (Good Production Practices)</p><p>• Current knowledge of cannabis industry trends and 2.0 products</p><p>• Experience with C15 Quality Management System</p><p>• Regulatory Affairs and Quality Operations Certificate</p><p>• Experience working in a high growth environment</p><p>• Startup experience</p><p>NOTE: All candidates are required to pass a criminal background check and provide a copy for employment at Motif. We thank all interested candidates. Only those whom we have selected for an interview will be contacted.</p><p><b>COVID PROTOCOL:</b></p><p>This is a hybrid role where you will need to be on site at our production facility with some flexibility to work remotely. Motif provides all required PPE and has continued all safety protocols: a well-fitted mask must be worn at all times while indoors in shared spaces and staff are to remain 2M+ apart. 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provide regulatory guidance for new product development and product submissions, and act as the lead for all regulatory and licensing related activities.</p><p>The extraction facility is located in Aylmer, Ontario.</p><p>Company</p><p>Motif Labs is a licensed cannabis extraction facility located in SW Ontario.</p><p>Motif operates as a business-to-business enterprise, offering toll processing and contract manufacturing services to Licensed Producers (LP's) and 3rd Party Brands.</p><p>Motif is experiencing significant growth and we are seeking dynamic and professional individuals to join our team.</p><p>Motif prides itself on Integrity, Collaboration and Quality, and these core values are at the center of everything we do.</p><p>Position Overview</p><p>Prepare and compile regulatory submissions to Health Canada</p><p>Compiling and coordinating the submission of NNCPs (Notice of New Cannabis Products)</p><p>Liaising with internal stakeholders (Operations, Brands, QA) to champion change control management through to completion</p><p>Conducting label and packaging design reviews</p><p>Responding to regulatory inquiries from brands and external stakeholders</p><p>Executing on Health Canada and CRA reporting requirements, and overseeing license maintenance, compliance and renewal</p><p>Working with Customer Service team to monitor and resolve product complaints</p><p>Ensure control, compliance, standardization, and overall integrity of Quality Systems</p><p>Identify gaps both intra and inter-departmental and create systems/processes to ensure control, compliance, and customer satisfaction</p><p>Utilize databases such as QMS, consumer complaints, and KPIs to optimize audits and stren hen continuous improvement opportunities related to compliance</p><p>Other job duties as assigned</p><p><b>Qualifications</b></p><p>Bachelors Degree or College Diploma in science, engineering, or a related discipline</p><p>Minimum 1 year of experience working in Quality Assurance or 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have the ability to communicate effectively with employees and management at all levels</p><p><b>Niceto Have's:</b></p><p>Previous work experience with a Canadian Licensed Producer (LP)</p><p>Knowledge of GPP (Good Production Practices)</p><p>Current knowledge of cannabis industry trends and 2.0 products</p><p>Experience with C15 Quality Management System</p><p>Regulatory Affairs and Quality Operations</p><p>Certificate</p><p>Experience working in a high growth environment</p><p>Startup experience</p><p><b>NOTE:</b></p><p>All candidates are required to pass a criminal background check and provide a copy for employment at Motif.</p><p>We thank all interested candidates.</p><p>Only those whom we have selected for an interview will be contacted.</p><p><b>COVID PROTOCOL:</b></p><p>This is a hybrid role where you will need to be on site at our production facility with some flexibility to work remotely.</p><p>Motif provides all required PPE and has continued all safety protocols: a well-fitted mask must be worn at all times while indoors in shared spaces and staff are to remain 2M+ apart.</p><p>COVID screening must be completed every day prior to entering the facility (a QR code is on the front door for you to scan on your phone) and you must show that you have passed screening to Motifs security personnel.</p><p><b>HOW TO APPLY:</b></p><p>YOU MUST submit your resume and cover letter to Motif Labscareers page at: www.motiflabs.cato be considered</p></div>","company":{"website":"motiflabs.ca","companyType":"Private/Growth","name":"Motif Labs","logoUrl":"/logos/motif-labs-3816f1058317e4c1f8453edba1d3ab66.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Perth, ON","city":"Perth","stateProvince":"ON"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/motif-labs/regulatory-affairs-coordinator/56b8032601d65ee7416fa35f09435d07","title":"Regulatory Affairs Coordinator","category":"Medical & 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We operate the sole legal online store for recreational cannabis in Ontario and is now the provincial wholesaler of cannabis for private retail stores. Working at the OCS is a unique opportunity to be part of an agile start-up in a ground-breaking new industry. We’re a diverse team passionate about delivering a great customer experience, working together with mutual respect and building value out of our differences. We’re an inclusive organization that understands that delivering great results comes out of ensuring every voice is heard. About the Role We’re looking for a Governance, Risk &amp; Compliance (GRC) Specialist to join our Information Technology Team. The GRC Specialist will be responsible for providing highly skilled technical and information security expertise to ensure effective system-wide security analysis, standards and testing. The GRC Specialist will also be responsible for risk assessment awareness and education. Additionally, the GRC Specialist will partner with stakeholders to develop policies, standards and guidelines around Governance, Risk and Compliance. In this role, you will be responsible for assessing and documenting compliance and risk posture as they relate to OCRC information assets. About Your Day Consult where required on process design, governance and documentation requirements for IT or IT-related projectsResponsible for IT procedures and controls to assure compliance with applicable regulatory and legal requirements as well as industry frameworks and good business practicesWhere necessary, create standards and identify evidence thresholds for satisfying control criteria, leveraging iterative improvements to expand controlsOversee OCS’s IT policies, standards, guidelines, and processesEnsure policies are reviewed and updated regularly. Ensure alignment to the enterprise policy frameworkAssist in the development and oversight of required corrective action plans relating to technical compliance issuesSupport both internal and external audits of IT processes, as required, facilitating discussions, evidence sharing, tracking, and remediation planningCoordinate and track all information technology and security related audits including scope of audits, business units involved, timelines, auditors, and desired outcomesAssist in the iterative improvement and monitoring of a compliance framework for OCS's outsourced IT servicesPromote and monitor compliance with our corporate-wide IT Security awareness program.Creation and maintenance of all related documentation, versioning, and approvalsMaintain expertise on GRC trends to mitigate potential exposures and risksAccountability for identifying, logging/repository, remediation for IT-related risks in alignment with the Enterprise Risk Management frameworkOversee formal risk analysis and the self-assessment program for various Information Services systems, processes, and vendors (e.g. SOC, TRA, vendor assessments)About You Bachelor's degree in Computer Science/Information Technology or a related field of study, or equivalent level of education and experience 5+ years of progressive Information Security and/or GRC work experience1-2 years of managerial experience is an asset Certifications in one or more of the following areas preferred: CISSP, CISA, CRISC, CISM, GRCP, CGRC, GIACKnowledgeable of COBIT, CIS, ISO 27001, NIST and related industry standards and frameworks.Knowledgeable in areas of governance, risk, and compliance systems and how to design an enterprise GRC frameworkAdvanced knowledge of risk assessment design and deliveryExperience working in government and/or regulated industries preferredJob DetailsCity: Toronto, ON Employment Type: Full-Time PermanentRequired Travel: Yes, within the GTA Application Deadline: May 20, 2021 We are committed to providing an accessible, equitable and inclusive candidate and employee experience. We provide reasonable accommodation throughout the recruitment process and in employment. If you require an accommodation please let us know, we will work with you to meet your needs</p></div>","company":{"name":"Microart Services Inc."},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Toronto, ON","city":"Toronto","stateProvince":"ON"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/microart-services-inc/grc-specialist/84705b762993c0fb234fba8205c37a25","title":"GRC Specialist","category":"Retail","hash":"84705b762993c0fb234fba8205c37a25","postingUrl":"https://en-ca.whatjobs.com/jobs/GRC-Specialist/Toronto/24031914","timestamp":1643811922342,"postedOn":"NaN days ago"},{"function":["Legal"],"description":"<div><p>The Paralegal will report into the General Counsel &amp; Chief Privacy Officer and will support the legal department with corporate filings, records maintenance and corporate governance. The Paralegal will manage minute books, organize the board and Annual General meetings, draft resolutions, support contract management and assist with a variety of other legal/administrative needs for the business.</p><p><b>ABOUT US:</b></p><p>BZAM Cannabis is as awesome as it sounds! We are an integrated cannabis company whose mission and brand stand for quality and integrity. Our commitment to excellence, service and employee satisfaction is demonstrated in our agile and strategic approach to market entry and investment in our people. As an emerging company in a rapid growth industry, BZAM’s innovative and accomplished leadership team is the cornerstone of our business and portfolio development.</p><p><b>YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:</b></p><p>Ø File and maintain corporate records and minute books, including annual reports, resolutions, board of director changes, extra-provincial registrations, etc. for a multitude of companies in different provinces;</p><p>Ø Organize board and Annual General meetings and coordinating/receiving board and shareholder signatures for documents and materials;</p><p>Ø Assist with contract management, including receiving requests from internal stakeholders, gathering information necessary for drafting/reviewing contracts, maintaining contract database and providing support for standard agreements;</p><p>Ø Assist with the development and implementation of corporate policies and templates;</p><p>Ø Process invoices and liaise with accounting department;</p><p>Ø Identify areas of improvement, optimize resources, assist with implementing best practices;</p><p>Ø Work with other members of the legal team on special projects and initiatives; and</p><p>Ø All other duties as assigned/required.</p><p><b>WHAT YOU BRING:</b></p><p>Ø Graduate of an accredited Law Clerk program or licensed Paralegal;</p><p>Ø Securities experience is an asset as well as familiarity with BC/AB/MB/ON corporate, governance and securities laws;</p><p>Ø Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;</p><p>Ø High attention to detail and accuracy with the ability to stay organized and flexible in a fast-paced setting;</p><p>Ø Exercise sound judgment, discretion and confidentiality;</p><p>Ø Flexibility to adapt to changing demands;</p><p>Ø Exceptional organizational skills and ability to work under pressure;</p><p>Ø Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office applications;</p><p>Ø Ability to work independently, prioritize, maintain a high level of efficiency and work within tight deadlines; and</p><p>Ø Exceptional professionalism and work ethic.</p><p>You are FOCUSED, DETAIL ORIENTED, ORGANIZED AND METHODICAL. Nothing gets by you, and you are a master at time management.</p><p>You are a CLEAR COMMUNICATOR, capable of speaking professionally, clearly and concisely.</p><p>You are a SELF-STARTER who is proactive in the work they carry out.</p><p><b>YOUR EXPERIENCE:</b></p><p>Ø At least 3 years’ experience in a similar position as a corporate/securities Paralegal or Law Clerk;</p><p>Ø Corporate governance experience;</p><p>Ø Experience maintaining corporate records and contracts management;</p><p>Ø Experience with regulatory compliance/filings; and</p><p>Ø Experience working within the cannabis or CPG industry is an asset.</p><p><b>WHAT WE OFFER:</b></p><p>Ø Competitive Compensation</p><p>Ø Extended Health and Dental Group Benefits and Health Care Spending Account*</p><p>Ø RRSP Matching Program and TFSA options*</p><p>Ø Rapid growth and advancement potential</p><p>Ø Learning and development opportunities</p><p>Ø Dynamic and innovative environment</p><p>Ø Exceptional culture</p><p>• Eligible employees</p><p>BZAM Cannabis is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer that values the strength of diversity within the workplace. All qualified applicants, regardless of race, colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity or expression, nationality, age, disability or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law, are strongly encouraged to apply.</p><p>Job Types: Full-time, Permanent</p><p><b>Benefits:</b></p><p>• Dental care</p><p>• Extended health care</p><p>• Paid time off</p><p>• RRSP match</p><p>• Vision care</p><p><b>Schedule:</b></p><p>• Day shift</p><p><b>COVID-19 considerations:</b></p><p>BZAM Cannabis is committed to following all provincial and federal public health authority guidance pertaining to COVID-19.</p><p><b>Education:</b></p><p>• AEC / DEP or Skilled Trade Certificate (preferred)</p><p><b>Experience:</b></p><p>• legal assistant: 3 years (preferred)</p><p>• Securities: 1 year (preferred)</p><p><b>Work remotely:</b></p><p>• Temporarily due to COVID-19</p></div>","company":{"companyType":"Private/Established","name":"BZAM Management Inc.","logoUrl":"/logos/bzam-cannabis-b38c86b85c95534fc19e12da77b862d5.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Canada"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/bzam-management-inc/corporate-securities-paralegal/ea3ebb0c6f6f1215afd830af9eec7e21","title":"Corporate/Securities Paralegal","category":"Agriculture & Farming","hash":"ea3ebb0c6f6f1215afd830af9eec7e21","postingUrl":"https://jobs.laimoon.com/jobs/externalview/32323320","timestamp":1644840807353,"postedOn":"NaN days ago"},{"function":["Legal"],"description":"<div><p>Press Tab to Move to Skip to Content Link</p><p>Senior Analyst, Compliance, Risk and Assurance</p><p>Job location: Anywhere in Canada (remote opportunity)</p><p>Division: Enterprise Risk and Assurance</p><p>Hours: 40 hours per week</p><p>A little about us</p><p>Hi, we’re Aurora Cannabis, and we’re so excited to meet you</p><p>We’re a global cannabis company driven by our passion to help people improve their lives. We have a diverse team who bring their best every day so Aurora can be the cannabis provider of choice for patients and consumers. We love our work, and we especially love our high quality, innovative brands that make up the Aurora family – from Aurora, Aurora Drift, San Rafael ’71 and Whistler.</p><p>Our people combined with our collective passion for the industry is what makes Aurora a special place to work and defines what we call our “A-Team”. We are a high-performing team of cannabis experts, innovators, and champions, that work, learn and win together. We think BIG, act BOLD and execute with PURPOSE in all that we do, and will stop at nothing to cultivate the ultimate cannabis experience for our community.</p><p>Job summary</p><p>You’ve got big dreams and even bigger career plans. You’re motivated, ambitious, and have a knack for problem-solving. You thrive in a collaborative environment and can navigate any challenge that comes your way with a positive attitude – and this is why, we have the perfect role for you.</p><p>We are on the search for a talented professional to join our team as a Senior Analyst (Compliance, Risk and Assurance). In this role, you will be a vital team member within our Compliance, Risk and Assurance division and will work collaboratively to support senior leadership with key governance programs. You will plan, execute, and monitor our global compliance, risk management and internal control activities to elevate our business objectives and enable our success.</p><p>This is not a traditional corporate role; you will be working with cannabis enthusiasts and experts throughout our business, who will amplify your Aurora experience and make everyday fun. You will gain practical leadership skills in a large public company and maximize your potential at Aurora, and here’s how…</p><p>As a Senior Analyst, you will…</p><p>• Collaborate with senior management and business partners to plan, scope, and execute on internal audit, compliance, and risk management projects</p><p>• Analyze findings and observations, draw appropriate conclusions, and make recommendations based on both technical guidance and professional judgment</p><p>• Nurture relationships throughout all levels of the organization to gather appropriate information and understand the business requirements to support insurance, risk profiling, effective control operations, and lease management</p><p>• Coordinate with external auditors and other key stakeholders to support policy development initiatives, manage annual audit plan efforts and maintain accurate program records, such as risk registers, continuity schedules, and policy repositories</p><p>• Facilitate successful key SOX program activities including but not limited to, supporting risk assessments, and scoping procedures, maintaining documents, participating in committees, and overseeing quarterly and annual NI 52-109 and SOX 404 certification</p><p>You’re on brand if you are…</p><p>• A Certified Professional Accountant (CPA, CA, CMA or CGA) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Accounting or Finance</p><p>• A robust professional with a minimum of two years of relevant work experience in auditing, public accounting, risk management or internal controls in a SOX environment (an equivalent combination of experience and education may be considered)</p><p>• An expert in COSO Integrated Internal Control and ERM frameworks with experience implementing control objectives within large public companies</p><p>• The ultimate team-player who thrives in a collaborative environment where they have the autonomy to make decisions</p><p>• A self-motivated individual with exceptional organizational skills looking to build an impactful career at Aurora</p><p>Bonus points if you have</p><p>• A CIA or CISA designation (or be in the process of pursuing)</p><p>• Strong knowledge and background with IT general controls, application control, Sage X3 and COBIT framework</p><p>Why you’ll love working at Aurora</p><p>Our people are at the heart of everything we do here at Aurora, and we take pride in fostering an inclusive space that inspires our team to love where they work From rewarding career opportunities to flexible work environments to team activities, we go above and beyond to prioritize your success and here’s how we do it…</p><p>• flexibility: you will enjoy a flexible work environment that is the perfect blend of work and fun With flexible working hours to remote work options to paid vacation time, you will be empowered to achieve work-life balance in all that you do.</p><p>• total rewards: we will motivate you to go above and beyond with a competitive salary, stock options, an RRSP program, annual bonuses, and a health and personal care spending account for you to use for gym memberships or staycations.</p><p>• benefits: we will foster your health and wellness (and your dependents) with our employee benefits package including, employer-paid health and dentalcare premiums, life insurance and LTD policies and a medical cannabis coverage program, designed exclusively for our A-Team, that will provide you with $3,000 of coverage each year (because we truly believe cannabis is the best medicine).</p><p>• life-long learning: we’re lifelong learners here at Aurora and will invest in your professional development throughout all aspects of your career You will have access to a tuition assistance program, virtual learning activities and annual performance reviews, to ensure you are provided with the toolkit you need to succeed.</p><p>• perks: we love to celebrate our people by providing corporate perks including employee discounts, perkopolis memberships, company SWAG, paid volunteer time, modern technology and snacks and beverages at all our office locations.</p><p>• team: we are a diverse and global team of cannabis enthusiasts, energetic innovators, fitness gurus, caring parents, foodies and more, with a collective passion to nurture an inclusive environment that helps you grow and provide people better days with medical cannabis.</p><p>Next steps</p><p>Think you have what it takes to join our team? So do we</p><p>Apply today by submitting your resume along with salary expectations through our website. You can expect your application to be reviewed by a human recruiter (not a robot) shortly after you apply, and our team will contact you via email if we see a fit.</p><p>Think you’re the ideal candidate but you don’t meet all the requirements? Apply anyways We would love to review your application to see if you’re the right fit or find you an alternative opportunity</p><p>Not the role for you? That’s okay Visit our careers page to find the perfect opportunity for you or share this posting with a friend or colleague that you think would be a great fit (hot tip: if you are already an Aurora employee, take advantage of the employee referral program by referring this posting to a friend If they are successful, you will receive a bonus)</p><p>Diversity and inclusion</p><p>At Aurora, we are proud to foster and celebrate a diverse community of professionals We take pride in nurturing an inclusive culture that empowers our people to be their authentic selves, celebrate their differences and love where they work.</p><p>Our diverse community combined with our inclusive culture, is what sets us apart in the industry and equips our A-Team with superpowers – and this is why, we encourage all candidates to apply for job opportunities regardless of race, national origin, colour, religion, age, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital and family status, disability, or any other identifying characteristic. If you require accommodation (including, but not limited to, an accessible interview site or alternate format of job posting) during the recruitment and selection process, please do not hesitate to let our team know We are here to help.</p><p>Health and safety</p><p>Our mission at Aurora has always been to improve the health and wellness of our core community. We strive to create a safe, healthy, and inclusive environment for our team and strongly believe introducing a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy will help us achieve this.</p><p>As of February 2022, Aurora has introduced a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all employees and as a condition of employment, all candidates must provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or receive an approved medical or human rights accommodation prior to commencing employment with Aurora. If proof of vaccination is not provided or a request for accommodation is not approved, the offer of employment will be rescinded.</p><p>If applicable, Aurora Human Resources will contact you via your email address provided. We do not contact candidates over Facebook or other Social Media apps. 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As one of Canada’s top Cannabis companies, we continue to advance in this exciting new industry along with the incredibly talented people we have working on the team.</p><p>HEXO Corp creates globally trusted brands of easy-to-use and easy-to-understand cannabis products. HEXO Corp is a serious, business-oriented and socially responsible organization that is building dynamic teams of professionals that aren't afraid to step outside of their role, try new things and challenge the status quo.</p><p>If you are excited to take on a new challenge and are open to getting out of your comfort zone, we’re looking for people like you to join the HEXO Corp family.</p><p>This position will carry out the performance of routine tests involving LC and GC analytical methods to characterize cannabis and cannabis-derived products. The successful candidate will also play a role in the development, optimization and validation of existing and new methods.</p><p><b>Responsibilities</b></p><p>• Receive and log samples into sample tracking system</p><p>• Remove samples from packaging, weigh, split and batch samples as needed for multiple downstream tests</p><p>• Follow and fulfill analytical preparation duties for current assays, including potency, moisture analysis, water activity, particle size, and future assays including pesticides, mycotoxins, residual solvents, terpenes, laboratory SOPs</p><p>• Adhere to strict guidelines on documentation while recording data</p><p>• Track various laboratory support activities, including but not limited to, consumable and sample inventory, record-keeping, sample disposal, and cleaning</p><p>• Maintain a safe, clean, and organized work environment free of safety hazards</p><p>• Suggest improvements for safety, work quality, and productivity</p><p>• Perform other job-related duties as assigned</p><p>• Compliance and safety</p><p>• Support compliance with all regulatory agency requirements through documentation, audits, and corrective and preventive actions</p><p>• Support quality control procedures to ensure accuracy of data</p><p>• Participate in the updating of departmental standard operating procedures and database to accurately reflect the current practices</p><p>• Participate in monitoring and auditing activities and investigations, and implementing quality improvement processes, as required</p><p>• Maintain working knowledge of routine instrumentation, equipment, and scientific methodologies necessary to perform assigned tasks</p><p>• Comply with applicable legal requirements, standards, and procedures including, but not limited to, those within the Compliance Process, Code of Conduct, and Health Canada</p><p>• Support timely and accurate reporting and responses to compliance-related issues and assists with implementation of corrective action plans related to such issues</p><p>• Method development</p><p>• Participate in the development of new SOPs and validations</p><p>Physical demands</p><p>• Sitting, standing and computer use</p><p>• Capable of standing continuously for up to 2 hours</p><p>• Supporting work among company labs and production facilities</p><p>• Occasion travel between company sites</p><p>• Occasionally required to climb, balance, bend, stoop, kneel or crouch</p><p>• Specific vision abilities required including close vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus</p><p>• Lift up to 40 lbs.</p><p>Experience &amp; qualifications</p><p>• Minimum college diploma in analytical testing or other relevant scientific discipline</p><p>• Minimum of 3 years of experience; experience with cannabis is an important asset</p><p>• Knowledge of lab management software such as Empower and OpenLab</p><p>• Advanced knowledge of analytical equipment and operations</p><p>• Experience in a GMP, GLP, ICH or ISO setting</p><p>• Experience with sample workup from a variety of matrices</p><p>• Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office particularly MS Word and MS Excel</p><p>HEXO cultivates an inclusive and respectful workplace. This includes treating everyone with dignity and fairness, and maintaining a workplace that is free of harassment, discrimination, and violence. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities and people from different backgrounds and capabilities. This diversity brings our organization a wealth of experience that builds a better team. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the hiring and selection process</p></div>","company":{"website":"thehydropothecary.com","companyType":"Public/Established","name":"HEXO Operations Inc.","logoUrl":"/logos/hexo-corporation-cfa61f882259ac7f742a01266b314a98.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Canada"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/hexo-operations-inc/analytical-testing-technician/da41eb7a67cb4451c84db47b5e5acf53","title":"Analytical Testing Technician","category":"Medical & Healthcare","hash":"da41eb7a67cb4451c84db47b5e5acf53","postingUrl":"https://jobs.laimoon.com/jobs/externalview/32878697","timestamp":1646655505467,"postedOn":"NaN days ago"},{"function":["Legal"],"description":"<div><p>Zoned Properties “The leading experts in cannabis real estate development” is looking for a Designated Broker to run our operations in Mississippi.</p><p>Zoned Properties is a leader in providing commercial real estate services for the cannabis industry. We are redefining the commercial real estate development process with constantly evolving market services based on the specific needs of our clients At the core, we focus on your specific project needs using a full-spectrum approach of customizable services. We join your brain trust to help mitigate project risk, increase operational efficiency, and deliver successful real estate projects in ever changing industries.</p><p>The Designated Broker (DB) plays a key role in Zoned Properties and the local growth of the company. This position is responsible for assisting the Broker team in all aspects of agent supervision. 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In addition to Broker responsibilities, the position will also serve as an agent adoption of Affiliated Businesses responsibilities.</p><p>This opportunity allows for the DB to build a boutique commercial brokerage business while also establishing real estate sales and leasing opportunities in the fast passed cannabis industry.</p><p>Overview of Responsibilities</p><p>• Phone, Email and In-person Broker support.</p><p>• File review and approval.</p><p>• Affiliated Business support and agent adoption.</p><p>• Agent Recruitment.</p><p>• Overseeing the operations of designated local Branch Office and personnel.</p><p>Specific Responsibilities</p><p>• Represents the Zoned Properties Brand through excellent customer service.</p><p>• Consults and advises all agents on company policies and procedures, problem solving, contract concerns, and general real estate issues.</p><p>• Assists Designated Broker in all aspects of agent supervision, compliance issues, etc.</p><p>• Reviews transaction files in a timely manner.</p><p>• Communicates with agents and assists them with their transactions.</p><p>• Reviews all agent advertising material to maintain compliance and graphic standards.</p><p>• Presents broker updates at meetings as required.</p><p>• Makes transactions to stay abreast of market trends.</p><p>• Maintains the branch cleanliness and condition of the office according to Company standards.</p><p>• Attends monthly corporate staff meeting.</p><p>• Supports the affiliated businesses and partners.</p><p>• Recruits’ commercial real estate agents for the Company.</p><p>• Conducts new agent welcome meetings.</p><p>• Attends weekly Zoom 30-minute status call.</p><p>• Maintains the Company culture with the agents.</p><p>• Communicates information from corporate to agents.</p><p>• Educates agents on Affiliated Businesses and their value propositions.</p><p>• New Listing &amp; Closing Calls to agents to congratulate them on their sale.</p><p>• Training with Zoned Properties team to fine tune cannabis real estate skills and nuance.</p><p>• Other duties as assigned.</p><p>Experience Required</p><p>• Current Broker Real Estate License</p><p>• Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task and prioritize in a high-volume, fast-paced environment.</p><p>• Exceptional customer service skill set.</p><p>• Sales experience.</p><p>• Effective and positive interpersonal communication skills.</p><p>• 3 years of experience as a Managing Broker or Branch Manager.</p><p><b>The Perks:</b></p><p>• Salary depending on experience plus company bonus</p><p>• Comprehensive benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision</p><p>• 401K with company match</p><p>• PTO</p><p>• Paid Holidays</p><p>• Professional Development Programs</p><p>• Charitable Contributions and Events</p><p>• Advancement and Career Opportunities</p><p>Apply today and become part of the team!</p><p>We're an equal opportunity employer. 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We are redefining the commercial real estate development process with constantly evolving market services based on the specific needs of our clients At the core, we focus on your specific project needs using a full-spectrum approach of customizable services. We join your brain trust to help mitigate project risk, increase operational efficiency, and deliver successful real estate projects in ever changing industries.</p><p>The Designated Broker (DB) plays a key role in Zoned Properties and the local growth of the company. This position is responsible for assisting the Broker team in all aspects of agent supervision. In addition to Broker responsibilities, the position will also serve as an agent adoption of Affiliated Businesses responsibilities.</p><p>This opportunity allows for the DB to build a boutique commercial brokerage business while also establishing real estate sales and leasing opportunities in the fast passed cannabis industry.</p><p>Overview of Responsibilities</p><p>• Phone, Email and In-person Broker support.</p><p>• File review and approval.</p><p>• Affiliated Business support and agent adoption.</p><p>• Agent Recruitment.</p><p>• Overseeing the operations of designated local Branch Office and personnel.</p><p>Specific Responsibilities</p><p>• Represents the Zoned Properties Brand through excellent customer service.</p><p>• Consults and advises all agents on company policies and procedures, problem solving, contract concerns, and general real estate issues.</p><p>• Assists Designated Broker in all aspects of agent supervision, compliance issues, etc.</p><p>• Reviews transaction files in a timely manner.</p><p>• Communicates with agents and assists them with their transactions.</p><p>• Reviews all agent advertising material to maintain compliance and graphic standards.</p><p>• Presents broker updates at meetings as required.</p><p>• Makes transactions to stay abreast of market trends.</p><p>• Maintains the branch cleanliness and condition of the office according to Company standards.</p><p>• Attends monthly corporate staff meeting.</p><p>• Supports the affiliated businesses and partners.</p><p>• Recruits’ commercial real estate agents for the Company.</p><p>• Conducts new agent welcome meetings.</p><p>• Attends weekly Zoom 30-minute status call.</p><p>• Maintains the Company culture with the agents.</p><p>• Communicates information from corporate to agents.</p><p>• Educates agents on Affiliated Businesses and their value propositions.</p><p>• New Listing &amp; Closing Calls to agents to congratulate them on their sale.</p><p>• Training with Zoned Properties team to fine tune cannabis real estate skills and nuance.</p><p>• Other duties as assigned.</p><p>Experience Required</p><p>• Current Broker Real Estate License</p><p>• Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task and prioritize in a high-volume, fast-paced environment.</p><p>• Exceptional customer service skill set.</p><p>• Sales experience.</p><p>• Effective and positive interpersonal communication skills.</p><p>• 3 years of experience as a Managing Broker or Branch Manager.</p><p><b>The Perks:</b></p><p>• Salary depending on experience plus company bonus</p><p>• Comprehensive benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision</p><p>• 401K with company match</p><p>• PTO</p><p>• Paid Holidays</p><p>• Professional Development Programs</p><p>• Charitable Contributions and Events</p><p>• Advancement and Career Opportunities</p><p>Apply today and become part of the team!</p><p>We're an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.</p><p>Zoned Properties Inc</p><p>OTCMKTS: ZDPY</p><p>www.zonedproperties.com</p><p>Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract</p><p>Pay: From $65,000.00 per year</p><p><b>Benefits:</b></p><p>• Flexible schedule</p><p>• Professional development assistance</p><p><b>Schedule:</b></p><p>• Self-determined schedule</p><p><b>Supplemental Pay:</b></p><p>• Commission pay</p><p><b>Experience:</b></p><p>• Real Estate Sales Occupations: 1 year (Preferred)</p><p>• as a Designated Broker or Associate Broker: 1 year (Preferred)</p><p><b>License/Certification:</b></p><p>• Brokers Real Estate License (Required)</p><p>Work Location: Multiple Locations</p></div>","company":{"website":"zonedproperties.com","name":"Zoned Properties, Inc."},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"Bay St Louis, MS, USA","city":"Bay St Louis","stateProvince":"MS"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/zoned-properties-inc/designated-broker-wanted-for-commercial-boutique-real-estate-office/fbef1bd8133882b2eac41206f00671cf","title":"Designated Broker wanted for commercial boutique real estate office","category":"Real Estate","hash":"fbef1bd8133882b2eac41206f00671cf","postingUrl":"https://www.salary.com/job/zoned-properties-inc/designated-broker-wanted-for-commercial-boutique-real-estate-office/j202204032238107404913","timestamp":1649255397094,"postedOn":"NaN days ago"},{"function":["Legal"],"description":"<div><p>Zoned Properties “The leading experts in cannabis real estate development” is looking for a Designated Broker to run our operations in Mississippi.</p><p>Zoned Properties is a leader in providing commercial real estate services for the cannabis industry. We are redefining the commercial real estate development process with constantly evolving market services based on the specific needs of our clients At the core, we focus on your specific project needs using a full-spectrum approach of customizable services. We join your brain trust to help mitigate project risk, increase operational efficiency, and deliver successful real estate projects in ever changing industries.</p><p>The Designated Broker (DB) plays a key role in Zoned Properties and the local growth of the company. This position is responsible for assisting the Broker team in all aspects of agent supervision. In addition to Broker responsibilities, the position will also serve as an agent adoption of Affiliated Businesses responsibilities.</p><p>This opportunity allows for the DB to build a boutique commercial brokerage business while also establishing real estate sales and leasing opportunities in the fast passed cannabis industry.</p><p>Overview of Responsibilities</p><p>• Phone, Email and In-person Broker support.</p><p>• File review and approval.</p><p>• Affiliated Business support and agent adoption.</p><p>• Agent Recruitment.</p><p>• Overseeing the operations of designated local Branch Office and personnel.</p><p>Specific Responsibilities</p><p>• Represents the Zoned Properties Brand through excellent customer service.</p><p>• Consults and advises all agents on company policies and procedures, problem solving, contract concerns, and general real estate issues.</p><p>• Assists Designated Broker in all aspects of agent supervision, compliance issues, etc.</p><p>• Reviews transaction files in a timely manner.</p><p>• Communicates with agents and assists them with their transactions.</p><p>• Reviews all agent advertising material to maintain compliance and graphic standards.</p><p>• Presents broker updates at meetings as required.</p><p>• Makes transactions to stay abreast of market trends.</p><p>• Maintains the branch cleanliness and condition of the office according to Company standards.</p><p>• Attends monthly corporate staff meeting.</p><p>• Supports the affiliated businesses and partners.</p><p>• Recruits’ commercial real estate agents for the Company.</p><p>• Conducts new agent welcome meetings.</p><p>• Attends weekly Zoom 30-minute status call.</p><p>• Maintains the Company culture with the agents.</p><p>• Communicates information from corporate to agents.</p><p>• Educates agents on Affiliated Businesses and their value propositions.</p><p>• New Listing &amp; Closing Calls to agents to congratulate them on their sale.</p><p>• Training with Zoned Properties team to fine tune cannabis real estate skills and nuance.</p><p>• Other duties as assigned.</p><p>Experience Required</p><p>• Current Broker Real Estate License</p><p>• Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task and prioritize in a high-volume, fast-paced environment.</p><p>• Exceptional customer service skill set.</p><p>• Sales experience.</p><p>• Effective and positive interpersonal communication skills.</p><p>• 3 years of experience as a Managing Broker or Branch Manager.</p><p><b>The Perks:</b></p><p>• Salary depending on experience plus company bonus</p><p>• Comprehensive benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision</p><p>• 401K with company match</p><p>• PTO</p><p>• Paid Holidays</p><p>• Professional Development Programs</p><p>• Charitable Contributions and Events</p><p>• Advancement and Career Opportunities</p><p>Apply today and become part of the team!</p><p>We're an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.</p><p>Zoned Properties Inc</p><p>OTCMKTS: ZDPY</p><p>www.zonedproperties.com</p><p>Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract</p><p>Pay: From $65,000.00 per year</p><p><b>Benefits:</b></p><p>• Flexible schedule</p><p>• Professional development assistance</p><p><b>Schedule:</b></p><p>• Self-determined schedule</p><p><b>Supplemental Pay:</b></p><p>• Commission pay</p><p><b>Experience:</b></p><p>• Real Estate Sales Occupations: 1 year (Preferred)</p><p>• as a Designated Broker or Associate Broker: 1 year (Preferred)</p><p><b>License/Certification:</b></p><p>• Brokers Real Estate License (Required)</p><p>Work Location: Multiple Locations</p></div>","company":{"website":"zonedproperties.com","name":"Zoned Properties, Inc."},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"Gulfport, MS, USA","city":"Gulfport","stateProvince":"MS"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/zoned-properties-inc/designated-broker-wanted-for-commercial-boutique-real-estate-office/2c94adf7e48aeb5278db65ae087d4c73","title":"Designated Broker wanted for commercial boutique real estate office","category":"Real Estate","hash":"2c94adf7e48aeb5278db65ae087d4c73","postingUrl":"https://www.salary.com/job/zoned-properties-inc/designated-broker-wanted-for-commercial-boutique-real-estate-office/j202204032234379275604","timestamp":1649255397261,"postedOn":"NaN days ago"},{"function":["Legal"],"description":"<div><p>Zoned Properties “The leading experts in cannabis real estate development” is looking for a Designated Broker to run our operations in Mississippi.</p><p>Zoned Properties is a leader in providing commercial real estate services for the cannabis industry. We are redefining the commercial real estate development process with constantly evolving market services based on the specific needs of our clients At the core, we focus on your specific project needs using a full-spectrum approach of customizable services. We join your brain trust to help mitigate project risk, increase operational efficiency, and deliver successful real estate projects in ever changing industries.</p><p>The Designated Broker (DB) plays a key role in Zoned Properties and the local growth of the company. This position is responsible for assisting the Broker team in all aspects of agent supervision. In addition to Broker responsibilities, the position will also serve as an agent adoption of Affiliated Businesses responsibilities.</p><p>This opportunity allows for the DB to build a boutique commercial brokerage business while also establishing real estate sales and leasing opportunities in the fast passed cannabis industry.</p><p>Overview of Responsibilities</p><p>• Phone, Email and In-person Broker support.</p><p>• File review and approval.</p><p>• Affiliated Business support and agent adoption.</p><p>• Agent Recruitment.</p><p>• Overseeing the operations of designated local Branch Office and personnel.</p><p>Specific Responsibilities</p><p>• Represents the Zoned Properties Brand through excellent customer service.</p><p>• Consults and advises all agents on company policies and procedures, problem solving, contract concerns, and general real estate issues.</p><p>• Assists Designated Broker in all aspects of agent supervision, compliance issues, etc.</p><p>• Reviews transaction files in a timely manner.</p><p>• Communicates with agents and assists them with their transactions.</p><p>• Reviews all agent advertising material to maintain compliance and graphic standards.</p><p>• Presents broker updates at meetings as required.</p><p>• Makes transactions to stay abreast of market trends.</p><p>• Maintains the branch cleanliness and condition of the office according to Company standards.</p><p>• Attends monthly corporate staff meeting.</p><p>• Supports the affiliated businesses and partners.</p><p>• Recruits’ commercial real estate agents for the Company.</p><p>• Conducts new agent welcome meetings.</p><p>• Attends weekly Zoom 30-minute status call.</p><p>• Maintains the Company culture with the agents.</p><p>• Communicates information from corporate to agents.</p><p>• Educates agents on Affiliated Businesses and their value propositions.</p><p>• New Listing &amp; Closing Calls to agents to congratulate them on their sale.</p><p>• Training with Zoned Properties team to fine tune cannabis real estate skills and nuance.</p><p>• Other duties as assigned.</p><p>Experience Required</p><p>• Current Broker Real Estate License</p><p>• Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task and prioritize in a high-volume, fast-paced environment.</p><p>• Exceptional customer service skill set.</p><p>• Sales experience.</p><p>• Effective and positive interpersonal communication skills.</p><p>• 3 years of experience as a Managing Broker or Branch Manager.</p><p><b>The Perks:</b></p><p>• Salary depending on experience plus company bonus</p><p>• Comprehensive benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision</p><p>• 401K with company match</p><p>• PTO</p><p>• Paid Holidays</p><p>• Professional Development Programs</p><p>• Charitable Contributions and Events</p><p>• Advancement and Career Opportunities</p><p>Apply today and become part of the team!</p><p>We're an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.</p><p>Zoned Properties Inc</p><p>OTCMKTS: ZDPY</p><p>www.zonedproperties.com</p><p>Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract</p><p>Pay: From $65,000.00 per year</p><p><b>Benefits:</b></p><p>• Flexible schedule</p><p>• Professional development assistance</p><p><b>Schedule:</b></p><p>• Self-determined schedule</p><p><b>Supplemental Pay:</b></p><p>• Commission pay</p><p><b>Experience:</b></p><p>• Real Estate Sales Occupations: 1 year (Preferred)</p><p>• as a Designated Broker or Associate Broker: 1 year (Preferred)</p><p><b>License/Certification:</b></p><p>• Brokers Real Estate License (Required)</p><p>Work Location: Multiple Locations</p></div>","company":{"website":"zonedproperties.com","name":"Zoned Properties, Inc."},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"Clinton, MS, USA","city":"Clinton","stateProvince":"MS"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/zoned-properties-inc/designated-broker-wanted-for-commercial-boutique-real-estate-office/3b8053d0b1d99df8ddf11a2f97e7644c","title":"Designated Broker wanted for commercial boutique real estate office","category":"Real Estate","hash":"3b8053d0b1d99df8ddf11a2f97e7644c","postingUrl":"https://www.salary.com/job/zoned-properties-inc/designated-broker-wanted-for-commercial-boutique-real-estate-office/j202204032241596003048","timestamp":1649255398735,"postedOn":"NaN days ago"},{"function":["Legal"],"description":"<div><p>Press Tab to Move to Skip to Content Link</p><p>Senior Analyst, Compliance, Risk and Assurance</p><p><b>Job location:</b></p><p>Anywhere in Canada (remote opportunity)</p><p><b>Division:</b></p><p>Enterprise Risk and Assurance</p><p><b>Hours:</b></p><p>40 hours per week</p><p>A little about us</p><p>Hi, we’re Aurora Cannabis, and we’re so excited to meet you!</p><p>We’re a global cannabis company driven by our passion to help people improve their lives.</p><p>We have a diverse team who bring their best every day so Aurora can be the cannabis provider of choice for patients and consumers.</p><p>We love our work, and we especially love our high quality, innovative brands that make up the Aurora family – from Aurora, Aurora Drift, San Rafael ’71 and Whistler.</p><p>Our people combined with our collective passion for the industry is what makes Aurora a special place to work and defines what we call our “A-Team”.</p><p>We are a high-performing team of cannabis experts, innovators, and champions, that work, learn and win together.</p><p>We think BIG, act BOLD and execute with PURPOSE in all that we do, and will stop at nothing to cultivate the ultimate cannabis experience for our community.</p><p>Job summary</p><p>You’ve got big dreams and even bigger career plans.</p><p>You’re motivated, ambitious, and have a knack for problem-solving.</p><p>You thrive in a collaborative environment and can navigate any challenge that comes your way with a positive attitude – and this is why, we have the perfect role for you.</p><p>We are on the search for a talented professional to join our team as a Senior Analyst (Compliance, Risk and Assurance).</p><p>In this role, you will be a vital team member within our Compliance, Risk and Assurance division and will work collaboratively to support senior leadership with key governance programs.</p><p>You will plan, execute, and monitor our global compliance, risk management and internal control activities to elevate our business objectives and enable our success.</p><p>This is not a traditional corporate role; you will be working with cannabis enthusiasts and experts throughout our business, who will amplify your Aurora experience and make everyday fun.</p><p>You will gain practical leadership skills in a large public company and maximize your potential at Aurora, and here’s how…</p><p>As a Senior Analyst, you will…</p><p>Collaborate with senior management and business partners to plan, scope, and execute on internal audit, compliance, and risk management projects</p><p>Analyze findings and observations, draw appropriate conclusions, and make recommendations based on both technical guidance and professional judgment</p><p>Nurture relationships throughout all levels of the organization to gather appropriate information and understand the business requirements to support insurance, risk profiling, effective control operations, and lease management</p><p>Coordinate with external auditors and other key stakeholders to support policy development initiatives, manage annual audit plan efforts and maintain accurate program records, such as risk registers, continuity schedules, and policy repositories</p><p>Facilitate successful key SOX program activities including but not limited to, supporting risk assessments, and scoping procedures, maintaining documents, participating in committees, and overseeing quarterly and annual NI 52-109 and SOX 404 certification</p><p>You’re on brand if you are…</p><p>A Certified Professional Accountant (CPA, CA, CMA or CGA) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Accounting or Finance</p><p>A robust professional with a minimum of two years of relevant work experience in auditing, public accounting, risk management or internal controls in a SOX environment (an equivalent combination of experience and education may be considered)</p><p>An expert in COSO Integrated Internal Control and ERM frameworks with experience implementing control objectives within large public companies</p><p>The ultimate team-player who thrives in a collaborative environment where they have the autonomy to make decisions</p><p>A self-motivated individual with exceptional organizational skills looking to build an impactful career at Aurora</p><p>Bonus points if you have.</p><p>A CIA or CISA designation (or be in the process of pursuing)</p><p>Strong knowledge and background with IT general controls, application control, Sage X3 and COBIT framework</p><p>Why you’ll love working at Aurora</p><p>Our people are at the heart of everything we do here at Aurora, and we take pride in fostering an inclusive space that inspires our team to love where they work! From rewarding career opportunities to flexible work environments to team activities, we go above and beyond to prioritize your success and here’s how we do it…</p><p><b>flexibility:</b></p><p>you will enjoy a flexible work environment that is the perfect blend of work and fun! With flexible working hours to remote work options to paid vacation time, you will be empowered to achieve work-life balance in all that you do.</p><p><b>total rewards:</b></p><p>we will motivate you to go above and beyond with a competitive salary, stock options, an RRSP program, annual bonuses, and a health and personal care spending account for you to use for gym memberships or staycations.</p><p><b>benefits:</b></p><p>we will foster your health and wellness (and your dependents) with our employee benefits package including, employer-paid health and dentalcare premiums, life insurance and LTD policies and a medical cannabis coverage program, designed exclusively for our A-Team, that will provide you with $3,000 of coverage each year (because we truly believe cannabis is the best medicine).</p><p><b>life-long learning:</b></p><p>we’re lifelong learners here at Aurora and will invest in your professional development throughout all aspects of your career! You will have access to a tuition assistance program, virtual learning activities and annual performance reviews, to ensure you are provided with the toolkit you need to succeed.</p><p><b>perks:</b></p><p>we love to celebrate our people by providing corporate perks including employee discounts, perkopolis memberships, company SWAG, paid volunteer time, modern technology and snacks and beverages at all our office locations.</p><p><b>team:</b></p><p>we are a diverse and global team of cannabis enthusiasts, energetic innovators, fitness gurus, caring parents, foodies and more, with a collective passion to nurture an inclusive environment that helps you grow and provide people better days with medical cannabis.</p><p>Next steps</p><p>Think you have what it takes to join our team? So do we!</p><p>Apply today by submitting your resume along with salary expectations through our website.</p><p>You can expect your application to be reviewed by a human recruiter (not a robot) shortly after you apply, and our team will contact you via email if we see a fit.</p><p>Think you’re the ideal candidate but you don’t meet all the requirements? Apply anyways! We would love to review your application to see if you’re the right fit or find you an alternative opportunity!</p><p><b>Not the role for you? That’s okay! Visit our careers page to find the perfect opportunity for you or share this posting with a friend or colleague that you think would be a great fit (hot tip:</b></p><p>if you are already an Aurora employee, take advantage of the employee referral program by referring this posting to a friend! If they are successful, you will receive a bonus!)</p><p>Diversity and inclusion</p><p>At Aurora, we are proud to foster and</p></div>","company":{"website":"auroramj.com","companyType":"Public/Established","name":"Aurora Cannabis Inc","logoUrl":"/logos/aurora-cannabis-5846417b31dc1080e3c3b4583c3f2096.png"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Vancouver, BC","city":"Vancouver","stateProvince":"BC"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/aurora-cannabis-inc/senior-analyst-compliance-risk-and-assurance-remote/61de7400f5b1c489f1f7a3d3cffcd65e","title":"Senior Analyst Compliance Risk and Assurance Remote","category":"Medical & Healthcare","hash":"61de7400f5b1c489f1f7a3d3cffcd65e","postingUrl":"https://www.jobilize.com/job/ca-vancouver-senior-analyst-compliance-risk-assurance-remote-aurora","timestamp":1650638378121,"postedOn":"NaN days ago"},{"function":["Legal"],"description":"<div><p>Compliance &amp; Quality Specialist II Ethos Cannabis– Multi-State Website: www.Ethoscannabis.Com Company Overview Ethos Cannabis is a multi-state cannabis company with operations in the cultivation, processing and dispensing of cannabis in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Maryland and Ohio and we are pursuing expansion opportunities. Our goal is to have a clear and compelling consumer-centric vision focused on helping individuals feel and live better through their experiences with cannabis. Our mission is supported by our relationship with Jefferson Health, a leading academic medical center in the U.S., dedicated to collecting and analyzing valuable real-world data and developing educational initiatives with a focus on patient outcomes and quality of life. Jefferson Health is our Academic Clinical Research Center partner for our vertically integrated operations in Pennsylvania. Our principals have significant experience investing in healthcare, consumer products, and regulated markets and have been actively focused on the cannabis industry since 2015. Our leadership at Ethos Cannabis has experience developing and leading successful cannabis operators in the U.S. Position Summary/Objective The primary responsibilities of the Compliance &amp; Regulatory Affairs Specialist II is to manage and complete state and municipality regulatory documentation to support Ethos compliance in multiple markets. This position is also responsible for supporting the overall quality initiatives within the organization. This includes both proactive and reactive efforts to maintain compliance and quality. We are building a strong ethical and team-oriented culture at Ethos Cannabis and are looking for this position to help support this vision while championing our values. This position will report to the Vice President of Regulatory Compliance and Quality. Responsibilities: Works cross functionally with Retail, Production, Supply Chain and Facilities, as needed, to process new license applications and renewals for state and municipalities regulatory bodies in a timely manner. Partners with Talent and Acquisition to process employee regulatory documentation. Support administration of State required employee trainings and audits. Reviews and develops standard operating procedures (SOPs) with respect to regulatory compliance. Review and revises the company’s Plan for Positive Impact and Diversity and monitor compliance with stated goals. Remains abreast of relevant industry-related and state-mandated laws and regulations, analyze their impact and make recommendations to operations and management. Collaborates with management to address and resolve any regulatory concerns that may arise Member of External Audit Team including helping to prepare for facility inspections, train associates, and speak to auditors during government regulatory investigations, and other external audits. Develops collaborative relationships with Regulatory Agency representatives and regulators Review product promotional materials, labeling, batch records, specification sheets, or test methods for compliance with applicable regulations and policies. Supports any recall and/or health/public safety issues. This includes reporting to government agencies, developing communication to dispensaries and/or consumers, working with the management team to develop a corrective plan. Respond to management inquires and requests and resolve issues in a timely, friendly and efficient manner. Evaluates participation in community events and other marketing efforts for risks, assists with marketing activities to ensure compliance with federal and/or state regulations. Maintain compliance with all company policies and procedures. May perform duties of other team members in the compliance department as needed. Conducts internal audits and communicates findings to Management with recommendations for improvement when necessary. Assists with administration of quality management system elements including, but not limited to training, corrective action, and document control. Qualifications: 2-4 years prior experience in compliance, legal, regulatory affairs and/or risk management preferred Prior experience in the cannabis industry preferred Bachelor's Degree in related field preferred Results oriented change agent Work history showing progressive responsibility, willingness to accept additional projects and challenges Excellent time-management skills; ability to effectively plan and prioritize, with strong attention to detail and work ethic Ability to write technical reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals Solid communication, writing, organization, and interpersonal skills Ability to execute and work well in a team setting but also a self-starter Demonstrated ability to work comfortably and effectively within a diverse, multicultural, multigenerational environment Compensation This position is classified as Exempt and is not entitled to overtime pay. Ethos Cannabis is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in the recruitment, selection, or advancement of employees on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, creed, age, religion, marital status, disability, political affiliation, or on any other basis prohibited by law. Ethos is dedicated to creating and equal opportunity workplace and encourages women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and individuals with past drug convictions to apply. Must be 21 or older. Employment opportunities shall be provided for applicants with disabilities and reasonable accommodation(s) shall be made to meet the physical or mental limitations of qualified applicants or employees</p></div>","company":{"companyType":"Private/Established","name":"Ethos Cannabis","logoUrl":"/logos/ethos-cannabis-bc11786c4bdf8cd506a7e5c0e07a4cb5.jpeg"},"location":{"country":"United States","address":"New Jersey, USA","stateProvince":"NJ"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/ethos-cannabis/ethos-cannabis-compliance-quality-specialist-ii/38781ac3c1e87d3e2be47c0615e50b5b","title":"Ethos Cannabis: Compliance Quality Specialist Ii","category":"Agriculture & Farming","hash":"38781ac3c1e87d3e2be47c0615e50b5b","postingUrl":"https://www.rapidinterviews.com/job/ethos-cannabis-compliance-quality-specialist-ii-with-ethos-cannabis-in-camden-county-adz-2971","timestamp":1647526441237,"postedOn":"NaN days ago"},{"function":["Legal"],"description":"<div><p>Auxly is a leading Canadian cannabis company dedicated to bringing innovative, effective, and high-quality cannabis products to the wellness and adult-use markets. Auxly's experienced team of industry first-movers and enterprising visionaries have secured a diversified supply of raw cannabis, strong clinical, scientific and operating capabilities and leading research and development infrastructure in order to create trusted products and brands in an expanding global market.</p><p>Learn more at www.auxly.com and stay up to date at Twitter @AuxlyGroup; Instagram @auxlygroup; Facebook @auxlygroup; LinkedIn company/auxlygroup/.</p><p>We are currently seeking a Legal Counsel, Regulatory Affairs to join the Legal and Regulatory Affairs team to report into the General Counsel and SVP, Regulatory Affairs and Planning. Role allows flexibility to work remotely.</p><p>Applications will be accepted until 1159 pm, June 1, 2022.</p><p>Product Development</p><p>• Provide guidance to Regulatory Affairs on complex packaging and labeling executions</p><p>• Participate in product risk assessments to provide advice on ingredients, hardware, product liability and risk mitigation strategies prior to launch</p><p>• Participate in regulatory review of all proposed product innovations and advise on regulatory/legal concerns</p><p>Promotions</p><p>• Review all B2B and B2C promotional materials and executions to ensure compliance with provincial and federal laws</p><p>• Provide legal advice and documentation for contesting</p><p>• Review and approve all product claims/descriptions prior to use</p><p>• Monitor privacy requirements and ensure compliance of online activations, socials and websites</p><p>• Ensure record keeping of all promotions to meet Health Canada requirements</p><p>Trade &amp; Distribution</p><p>• Work with the sales team on strategic B2B matters at both the wholesale and retail level to ensure compliance with applicable laws</p><p>• Negotiate and draft agreements for same</p><p>Intellectual Property</p><p>• Assist legal on advising on all intellectual property filings all products, brands and protectable intellectual property (e.g. trademarks, designs, formulations, patents etc.)</p><p>• Track, review and maintain Auxly’s intellectual property portfolio</p><p>• Draft and monitor licensing agreements with strategic partners</p><p>• Monitor third party activity and advise on infringing IP and assist on and necessary enforcement matters</p><p>Corporate/Commercial Legal</p><p>• Review, draft and monitor various legal agreements with a range of counterparties (customers, suppliers, strategic partners etc.)</p><p>• Review and advise on legal disputes over any such agreements</p><p>International Opportunities</p><p>• Assist Regulatory Affairs and Corporate Development on assessing international opportunities including assessing legal and regulatory risks of any international expansion opportunities</p><p>• Review, draft and monitor various legal agreements with a range of counterparties for the same opportunities</p><p>• A J.D. and/ or LL.B. degree from an accredited Canadian Law School.</p><p>• Minimum 3+ years’ post-call experience with a leading law firm or organization.</p><p>• Related regulatory experience with cannabis, natural health products, drugs, medical devices or experience with Health Canada is preferred.</p><p>• Excellent analytical and communication skills, both written and verbal; demonstrated consistent and prompt use of sound legal and business judgment.</p><p>• Pragmatic approach, including the ability to simplify legal constructs and concepts for business colleagues and non-legal audiences.</p><p>• Strong attention to detail and excellent organization skills.</p><p>• Project management skills with the ability to prioritize, multi-task, learn quickly and work independently.</p><p>• Knowledge of the Cannabis Act, Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, , Narcotic Control Regulations and Food and Drugs Act is not required but would be considered an asset</p></div>","company":{"website":"auxly.com","name":"Auxly"},"location":{"country":"Canada","address":"Toronto, ON","city":"Toronto","stateProvince":"ON"},"frontendLink":"/job-posting/auxly/legal-counsel-regulatory-affairs/87176b6b5dd1e580e8f4c301f8f2f146","title":"Legal Counsel, Regulatory Affairs","category":"Manufacturing","hash":"87176b6b5dd1e580e8f4c301f8f2f146","postingUrl":"https://ca.linkedin.com/jobs/view/legal-counsel-regulatory-affairs-at-auxly-3072649311","timestamp":1652361775871,"postedOn":"NaN days ago"}]