About 1906: 

We started 1906 because we believe cannabis is the greatest medicine on earth. Our goal is to make cannabis a trusted, normal part of daily wellness with products that are easy to understand and easy to fit into your life and offer the most healthful format of cannabis available. 1906 is named for the last time cannabis was widely accepted as a beneficial medicine. The Wiley Act was enacted the following year, beginning nearly a century of misguided cannabis prohibition with devastating consequences. We say it’s high time to make cannabis accessible and understandable for all—for the greater good (and the greater fun).

Our team is seeking a Brand Ambassador for New Jersey

Role Overview: 

We're scouting for a dynamic Brand Ambassador to represent 1906 and New Jersey's cannabis dispensaries. Serving as the face of both brands, you'll play an instrumental role in enhancing our visibility, educating retail staff, and fostering lasting partnerships, and building community. This role demands 15-20 hours of your week, with an emphasis on weekends.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsibilities:

    • Be the on-ground presence in dispensaries and industry events
    • engage with and motivate retail staff, enhance the 1906 and New Jersey Cannabis in-store brand visibility, and increase sales conversion
    • Impart product knowledge and benefits to both customers and retail staff
    • Oversee in-store visual merchandising and manage product displays
    • Deliver comprehensive post-event reports to our Sales and Field Marketing teams.
    • Demonstrate unwavering brand loyalty and professionalism

Qualifications:

  • An inviting, engaging and hospitable personality.
  • Stellar verbal and written communication abilities.
  • Flexibility in scheduling with availability on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
  • Proven relationship-building expertise.
  • A commitment to punctuality and time management.
  • Physical ability to manage retail floors for extended periods.
  • An inherent ethical compass and high integrity.
  • Tech-savvy with keen attention to detail.
  • A foundational grasp of the cannabis landscape and culture.
  • Personal vehicle with ample space for event materials.
  • Reliable transportation and a valid driver's license.
    • 1 - 1 retail selling experience
    • Product knowledge sales
    • Beauty sales experience is welcome 

Required Experience:

  • Background in retail sales, particularly in influencing, problem-solving, and active listening.
  • Prior roles in health & wellness, adult beverages, or the beauty industry.

What We Offer:

  • Competitive hourly pay ($25+ hour) based on experience.
  • Tremendous growth potential within a booming industry.

Our Commitment: 

At 1906, diversity is not just a buzzword. We're passionate about fostering an environment where everyone, irrespective of their race, gender, sexual orientation, or background, feels valued and included. We especially encourage applications from Black, African American, Hispanic, Latinx, Indigenous, Women, Veterans, differently-abled, and LGBTQ+ candidates.

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