Are you an experienced grower in Alabama who wants to get involved in the upcoming medical cannabis industry? Would you like to work as a cannabis cultivation director in Alabama? We have the perfect job for you.
Alabama’s medical cannabis industry is scheduled to begin in late 2022. However, we are beginning to put a team together now so that we can put forth a strong application to win a license and start a medical cannabis company in Alabama.
We are a team of highly experienced cannabis business professionals seeking a cannabis Cultivation Director in Alabama to join our team. This is an opportunity to establish yourself in the medical cannabis industry in Alabama.
Requirements to qualify for Cannabis Cultivation Director in Alabama:
- You must be able to provide records indicating continuous, full-time business experience in the field of commercial horticulture or agronomic production for a period of at least 8 to 15 years.
- You must be able to provide records indicating proof of residency in this state for a continuous period of no less than eight years preceding the application date (2022).
- You must have no criminal background
- Minority Groups strongly encouraged to apply
If you qualify, please apply and we will be in contact shortly.
Check out this article for more information and a general overview of medical cannabis licenses in Alabama.
ABOUT THE JOB
The Cannabis Cultivation Director is primarily responsible for complete oversight of all cultivation facilities including correct propagation, vegetation, and distribution of all cannabinoid based medicines. The Cannabis Cultivation Director possesses oversight of all Cultivation Associates and Managers ensuring that the facility is safe and compliant with OSHA and state regulations. Additionally, this position is responsible for ensuring all company policies are upheld and all company-provided standard operating procedures are adhered to. The Cannabis Cultivation Director also provides oversight for all new research and development regarding medical cannabis cultivation.