|Packaging Machine Technician|
Sep 13, 2021 👁️ 98 98 Views
Both cannabis connoisseurs and first-time customers have made Lightshade their destination of choice and for good reason. Our expert budtenders, comfortable in-store experience, dedication to community support and philanthropy, and our commitment to providing cannabis education and outstanding customer service—makes Lightshade an industry leader.
The Packaging Machine Technician works under the direction of the Packaging Machine Operations Manager to operate Lightshade packaging machinery. Duties include carrying out daily packaging runs, cleaning machinery and workspaces, maintenance as assigned, and ensuring product produced is compliantly weighed and labeled.
RESPONSIBILITIES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO):
Operating packaging machinery.
Calibrating machines and modifying operations according to instructions provided.
Meeting daily productivity goals.
Carrying out prescribed cleaning and maintenance of packaging machinery.
Ensuring all packaging labels include valid compliance data (test results, potency levels, ingredients, etc.).
Ensuring that packaged material is of the proper quality and weight.
Working independently to meet prescribed goals.
Packaging machinery operation, or other relevant experience preffered.
High proficiency with Microsoft Office and Google Suite (or equivalent) programs preferred.
High proficiency with Metrc operations and MED Compliance preferred.
Strong background in cannabis quality preferred.
REQUIRED CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
This position assumes the responsibility of Packaging machinery operation. This position does not supervise others.
Guidelines include the employee handbook, Post-Harvest SOPs, Post-Harvest training/procedural documents, CO MED Rules, and other state, local, and federal regulations as applicable.
Work involves reading, analyzing, and interpreting complex documents including technical procedures and governmental regulations.
SCOPE AND EFFECT:
The purpose of the work is to maintain the operations of the packaging machine.
This position requires continuous contact with numerous staff, contractors, vendors, and regulators as needed to successfully accomplish the duties of the position on a daily basis.
PURPOSE OF CONTACTS:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to communicate professionally in person, over the telephone, through email and other electronic means, and may move across various locations as needed.
Ability to work 7 days per week including holidays, days, nights, and weekends.
Ability to lift, push, and pull 50 pounds.
Ability to sit, squat, bend, and kneel repetitively throughout a work day.
Ability to stand for extended periods of time.
Ability to use a ladder (up to 12 ft. extension) and general hardware tools needed for common repairs.
Ability to wear and work in all necessary PPE.
Ability and willingness to work in environments that may include exposure to pollen, allergens, dust, odors, high temperatures, noise, and moisture. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee may encounter while performing the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The term “qualified individual with a disability” means an individual with a disability who, with or without reasonable accommodation, can perform the essential functions of the position.
In addition to your compensation, you will be eligible to receive any benefits which are offered to all full-time Lightshade employees. The employer will pay 250 towards Employee Health Insurance, and half of the employee cost of Dental insurance. The employee pays for Vision and Aflac. These benefits are available after 60 days. The company pays Life at 1 x your annual salary and Short-Term Disability. We offer a 401k program, with a 6% match after 90 days. Lightshade offers Vacation time at 80 hours accrued in the first year, 120 hours during the third year, and 160 after four years of service. Sick time is 80 hours per year. Both are a maximum of 160 hours of accruals.