The production facility job descriptions provides an overview of a role for candidates interested in working for your production/processing facility. It also shows the state that you know the roles of each employee type. Use this guide to edit every job description type.
1. Operators can use this as a working operational document which gets updated periodically as policies and procedures change.
2. License applicants can use this plan in its entirety in applications when the application requires a section or exhibit solely addressing staffing or job descriptions for an organizational chart section.
Search for each of these terms in the regulations. You're looking for pieces of each regulation that pertain to job descriptions, hiring and staffing. Refer to the General Sheet Editing DIY Guide for guidance on what to do with these key words.
Search for each of these terms in the onboarding, including the brackets, and do a "replace all" with the description of the term located underneath the term in non-bolded font. (NOTE: Not all job descriptions include all of these so if you can't find the identifier in a job description, don't be alarmed).
Replace with the name of the company.
Replace with the title of the person that the position reports to.
Replace with the name of the state in which your business will operate
Replace with the name of the authority that regulates cannabis production/processing facilities in your state.
We suggest that you read through the sheet and make any additional edits or additions that you see fit. Here are some suggestions to get you started. Search for the following items in green lettering within the onboarding and make the suggested changes.
When you save the document, if using it for an application, make sure to title the document in the specific way that the application requires.
If not using for an application, keep the document named as is, or name it as your desire.