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Meryl Montgomery posted a topic in PortlandPRODUCTION ASSISTANT About BARBARI: BARBARI is a lifestyle brand focused on mindful cannabis consumption. We create quality herbal consumables with a focus on clean, quality ingredients and equitable relationships. We are a safe space, looking for motivated candidates that are committed to maintaining a safe and equitable environment and who are comfortable balancing attention to detail with efficiency. We are a startup in the cannabis industry looking for a highly motivated and professional individual to join our team as a Production Assistant. We are interested in someone who is passionate about the Cannabis industry and BARBARI’s inclusive, mindful and ambitious culture. We expect every team member to feel the same sense of ownership, innovation, and hustle as we work to grow the company together. We need exceptionally talented, bright, and driven people who are willing to step out of their comfort zone, get creative and collaborate. We are looking for individuals who will be working with a variety of production tasks. These individuals must be able to multitask, work quickly and efficiently, and be adaptable to changing priorities and tasks as needed. Must be motivated, trustworthy and a team player. What You’ll Do: Coordinate with managers to implement manufacturing schedule based off of current product demands Prepare/process herbs Assist with the spliff production line Follow Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Prep work stations each day Operate small machinery Load and unload items from shelves, carts Measure and pour ingredients Ensure conformance to specifications Fill and package products for delivery Record data Work in Metrc Maintain equipment cleaning, washing, sterilizing, and organizing Clean and close work area down at the end of the day Communicate with supply chain, lab and production leads Take instructions from supervisors Assist production manager in Inventory management Maintain documentation, check and verify numbers, count and fill correctly What You’ll Need: Must be over 21 years of age OLCC Marijuana Workers Permit within 1 week of hire Cannabis production/joint filling experience is preferred but not required Strong attention to detail Excellent interpersonal communication skills Must be able to lift 20+ pounds Must be organized and maintain a clean work space Ability to follow standard operating procedures Ability to stand for long periods of time Ability to work in a periodically dusty space Reliable transportation. Our primary job site is outside of Portland but is accessible by public transportation. Production may occasionally take place in North Portland as well. Details: $15.00/hr 8-16 hrs per week We are an equal opportunity employer. Please submit resume + application to email@example.com
Cannabis Cooking Magazine posted a topic in Minority Women's ConnectionThis came across our desk, and we thought we'd share ~ Karmel Ungerleider-Abrams & Devorah Ungerleider-Moore For those of you who are interested and/or share with your network… 2019 Women’s Farm to Food Business Competition Compete for $40,000 to help launch, grow, or scale your woman-owned business! The National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) Foundation is offering a new business competition for women farmers and entrepreneurs making food and beverage products in Oregon and Washington. NASDA Foundation is partnering with the Washington State Department of Agriculture and Oregon Department of Agriculture to host the first-ever 2019 Women’s Farm to Food Business Competition. The competition will award a total of $40,000 to help women launch, grow or scale their businesses. The competition is open to women farmers/fishers/ranchers who are using their agricultural goods to create food and beverage products. The competition is also open to women entrepreneurs who source agricultural goods from Oregon and Washington producers (e.g., farmers, fishers, ranchers) and use those ingredients to create food and beverage products. The application is now open and closes on January 31. APPLY TODAY! Questions? Email Lisa Benson at firstname.lastname@example.org