• Helps design, execute, and coordinate processed marijuana products.
• Follow food receipts and laboratory procedures to create manufactured marijuana.
• Batch production and a meeting state testing requirements.
• Research and create reports on the industry, trend forecasts, and competitive analysis.
• Assist in the development and implementation of operational guidelines for the product portfolio.
• Develop prototypes, samples and document product specifications.
• Evaluate consumer preferences using internal tools and turn them into recommendations for product enhancement or innovation.
• Collaborate with management in decision-making, direction and implementation of one or more areas to ensure that operational and sales goals are met.
• Maintain inventory and order adequate product as assigned
• Cleanliness and organization of your workstation and assembly room.
• Passionate about science and the plant is a plus.
• Minimum of 2 years’ experience in the field.
• Education in Bio, Food Science, Chem or related is a plus.
• Experience using laboratory equipment is a plus.
• Must be fully proficient in cooking or following laboratory procedures.
• Physical Requirements – Able to lift up to 50 pounds.
• Must be a team player working with retail, inventory and leadership with a positive attitude
• Ability to operate within State & Company policies, procedures, and standards.
• Ability to work a flexible schedule in accordance with the needs of the store.
• Attention to detail, accuracy, ability to prioritize and follow-through.
• Possess excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills.
Opening Shift Functions:
1. Clock Into LeafLogix at your station.
2. Be sure the technology (CPU, scanner, etc) is functioning correctly. Ensure Surveillance for the front and rear of the building are displayed and reviewed on the workstation monitors.
3. Be aware of your peers and leadership working during your shift.
4. Empty any Supplies from Dishwasher
5. Inspect your station and the room and remove any clutter and or debris.
6. Check for any supplies needed for product development such as ingredients or packaging.
7. Review reports on any inventory coming in for delivery during your shift.
8. Review reports on any inventory going out for delivery during your shift.
9. Review reports on any cash receivables or payable and discuss with shift leadership.
10. Arrange inventory so that the oldest products are known to and accessible for retail and leadership in order to be sold as soon as possible.
11. Check the daily menu for any fresh receipts to be ready for retail on the day.
12. Create products by following receipts, instructions and formulas.
13. Ensure each batch is testing before labeling.
14. Standard Operational Procedures to follow.
In the event:
• Cannabis Raw Material Inventory Count is Off
• Product or equipment is missing
• There is Employee Theft
• There are weapons drawn or harmful threats
• An unauthorized employee is in room
• Someone attempts to get break in or pound on door
• You see troubling activity on monitors
• Presentable workstation & product assembly room.
• Perform counts and ensure all inventory is accounted for.
• File claims on defective or missing products.
• Supports inventory peers to maintain adequate stock levels to meet demand.
• Investigate and correct discrepancies in reported quantities and locations of all inventory.
• Follow production schedule for orders and retail business
• Keep track of the sales and inventory turnover data.
• Competitive analysis on products and pricing in the market.
• Intake and arrange raw goods for production.
• Create, pre-rolls, edibles, drinks, capsule, cartridges, and other products.
• Assisting with compliance for testing, marketing and labeling
• Coordinating workflows with Security, Inventory, Sales, and Delivery peers
Closing Shift Functions:
1. Ensure each batch you were working on during your shift is secured and has a next step in the process for either testing or labeling.
2. Clean equipment from batch receipts, instructions and formulas you’ve been working on during your shift.
3. Check the daily menus and schedules for any products and materials needed to be produced for the next shift.
4. Review reports on any inventory going out for delivery for the next shift.
5. Check for any supplies needed to develop such as ingredients or packaging.
6. Empty any Supplies from Dishwasher
7. Be aware of your peers and leadership working after your shift.
8. Inspect your station and the room and remove any clutter and or debris.
9. Be sure the technology (CPU, scanner, etc) is functioning correctly. Ensure Surveillance for the front and rear of the building are displayed and reviewed on the workstation monitors.
10. Clock Out of LeafLogix at your station.