JOB OPPORTUNITY | AtlantiCann Medical | Position: Trim and Harvester
Position: Trim and Harvester
Job Type: Full Time, Hourly
Location: Lower Sackville, NS
Reporting to: Trim & Harvest Manager
$14.50 per hour + Incentives
Accurately and efficiently complete the harvest, trimming and packaging of cannabis while maintaining a contaminate free workspace.
- Ability to learn to trim 120 grams per hour and or more.
- De-fanning plants
- Post-harvest breakdown and clean-up
- Waste removal
- Loading and unloading trays with plants
- Clean and sanitize drying rooms and trim room
- Scouting for imperfections
- Tray and workstation sanitation
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Good verbal and written communication skills
- Basic math skills
- Ability to operate standard office equipment
Requirements of Applicant:
- Must be 19 years of age or olde
- Must have reliable transportation to and from the facility
- Can work rotating shifts, weekends and holidays if necessary
- Have the physical ability to sit, squat, bend, lift, push, pull 50 pounds and kneel repetitively throughout a workday
- Able to stand and walk for extended periods of time
The Trim and Harvester is exposed to pollen, allergens, and chemical pesticides at the facility. As well as fumes, dust, odors, extreme heat temperatures, heights, indoor AC, no AC, motion, noise, protective gear, vibrations, and water
- Dental Care
- Extended health care
About AtlantiCann Medical
AtlantiCann Medical is majority owned by the Mi’kmaq First Nations of Nova Scotia.
We are proud to be producing quality cannabis in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People. The 8-point star, a symbol very important to the Mi’kmaq community, often presents with 4 colours signifying unity between the four races of people as well as the 4 directions (North, South, East and West), emphasizing balance within oneself and mother earth.
We are proud to embrace these values and provide Mi’Kmaq product to NS and across the nation.
We are an equal opportunity employer and adhere to fair employment practices.