PA - Assistant Cultivation Manager

Pharmacannis Olyphant , PA 18447

Posted 2 months ago

Company Description

Join the movement!

Pharmacann Inc., one of the nation's leading cannabis companies, is changing the way people view cannabis. Be a part of the team shaping the future of this booming industry, where our people, our reputation and our standards matter. With a strong foundation and dynamic growth plan, opportunities to join our team abound in this fast-paced environment. Are you ready to join the movement?

We're grounded and growing. Based in Chicago, Pharmacann Inc. operates dispensaries and production facilities across multiple states including New York, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, Ohio and Pennsylvania with licensing secured in the Midwest and on the east coast. For more information about our company, please visit

Job Description

Under minimal direction and guidance of the Cultivation Manager, the Assistant Cultivation Manger is responsible for managing the cultivation and growing processes in the Greenhouse. As Assistant Cultivation Manager, the successful candidate will have a team of cultivation technicians reporting to him/her and will be responsible for organizing daily and weekly work assignments, oversight and management of employee's time and attendance, schedules, and performance.

Duties and responsibilities or (Essential Functions)

  • Perform and leads all tasks in the grow cycle, including transplanting, feeding, cloning, harvesting and inventory management

  • Assist the Cultivation Manager in hiring, training, and development efforts of the cultivation team

  • Leads and independently manages the cultivation team in the absence of the Cultivation Manager

  • Manage assigned team members performance feedback, talent development, goals, and disciplinary actions.

  • Manage daily scheduling and performance of all Cultivation personnel to ensure a highly efficient operation while operating in strict compliance with all state and company rules, regulations, security procedures and record keeping

  • Maintain a clean and safe environment while adhering to all applicable rules/regulations

  • Work directly with the Cultivation Manager and Director of Cultivation to ensure the quantity, mix and yield of strains planted will meet cultivation team goals and objectives

  • Facilitate meeting cultivation goals for the facility as directed

  • Ensure all cultivation related standard operating procedures are followed including cultivation, inventory management, security, and cleanliness within the team

  • Regular activities required to ensure optimal plant health (de-leafing, scouting for pests, irrigation, transplanting, etc)

  • Maintain activities required to ensure optimal health of mother plants, clones, veg and flower plants

  • Dispose of waste in accordance with the State Regulations, ensuring that proper record keeping has occurred

  • Participate in training sessions, educational classes, or attend conferences designed to either improve your skills or your understanding of cultivation, harvest, and/or cannabis regulations

  • Projects a positive image of the organization to employees, customers, industry, and community

  • Embodies the culture, values, and tenets of PharmaCann and full support of our purpose, goal, and key objectives


The Assistant Cultivation Manager must have impeccable organization, management, and team building skills for our startup operation. The ideal candidate will have previous supervisory experience in the cannabis cultivation industry, horticulture or agriculture and 2-3 years of experience leading a team of cultivators.

Knowledge of all applicable laws, regulations, rules and company policies

Successful candidates will have unsurpassed attention to detail and excellent communication skills

Knowledge of cannabis cultivation including but not limited to: seed germination, cloning, mother plant care, veg, flower, harvest, plant diseases and pathogens, as well as plant treatment options

Proven strong leadership experience

Working conditions

This position involves a fair amount of manual labor which requires repetitive tasks. This position operates within a greenhouse which can reach elevated temperatures. The Cultivation Department operates on weekends and holidays, and standard work hours may apply regardless of day or season.

Physical requirements

Ability to lift up to 60lbs and perform manual labor tasks requirement for the management and operation of the greenhouse.

Direct reports

Cultivation Technician I

Cultivation Technician II

Cultivations Supervisor

Additional Information

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

PharmaCann, LLC provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age disability or genetics. We value diversity, military service, and law enforcement experience. Compensation is competitive and will be commensurate with experience. Benefits are available.

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