Cultivation Director

Apr 30, 2019🔗👁️ 7 7 Views

🏢 Remileaf, LLC 📍 Cumberland, MD

💰 $60,000 - $80,000 a year 🗓️ Full-time 🏷️ Cultivation 📛 No license required


About our company

At REMILEAF, we partner with Maryland communities to provide cannabis related resources and support with the aim to combat the ongoing opioid crisis. We educate Maryland communities on effective management of chronic pain with cannabis extracts and derivatives. Our team of highly trained multidisciplinary healthcare professionals, includes physicians, nurses, pharmacists, chemists and educators. Here at REMILEAF, our goal is help each individual member of our communities to gain access to the necessary treatment that will enable them to have a better quality of life.

Job description

A unique and exciting opportunity has arisen to be involved with a start-up Medicinal Cannabis company base in Cumberland, MD Remileaf, LLC is seeking licenses for cultivation and processing. New laws in Maryland allows for applications to be submitted to the MMCC for the commercial cultivation, production and manufacture of medicinal cannabis products.

We proudly and relentlessly continue to meet the highest standards of stewardship when it comes to the three things we value most: our patients, our employees, and our communities.

We are a team-oriented company with a high trust, entrepreneurial culture. We value our employees’ opinions; we have a strong work ethic, and are focused on growing great cannabis our patients and developing our operations profitably. People who are most successful at REMILEAF are energetic, self-directed, and pragmatic.

Responsibilities and Duties:

The Chief Master Grower will be expected to manage a state-of-the-art, purpose built, and commercial cannabis cultivation and production facility of approximately 50,000 to 100,000sq/ft

It is proposed that the facility will utilize either hydroponics or aeroponics technology (or a combination of both) and may include vertical components.

The candidate will be expected to perform and / or manage all the tasks in the grow cycle to include seeding, germination, transplanting, feeding, defoliation, topping, flushing, preventative sprays, harvesting, drying, trimming and all associated inventory management and tracking and must have expert knowledge of temperature, humidity, plant diseases, insects

Qualifications and Skills

Employment History / Qualifications:

Experience: horticulture: 5 years (Required)

Work authorization: United States (Required)

Additional Compensation: Bonuses

Working days:

Typical start time: 8AM

Typical end time: 5PM