About Us

11 years from our humble beginnings as the founders of Fruitridge Health & Wellness in Sacramento, Connected now maintains a portfolio of proprietary top-shelf cannabis genetics cultivated in state-of-the-art grow facilities. We are proud to be the largest grower of premium flower in California.  

With three retail doors in California, recent expansion into Arizona and national expansion plans in motion, we operate one of the fastest growing, vertically integrated cannabis companies in the country.   

Our mission has remained the same since day one: To breed, grow and sell the best cannabis in the world.  This commitment to deliver at the absolute pinnacle comes to life in the standards we hold our product, our people, and our partners to every day.  

Proprietary genetics cultivated with cutting-edge technology and over 100 years of combined plant cultivation experience has earned our flower the highest wholesale price in any major legal market. Our continued curiosity can be traced back to an early obsession with R&D that poured resources into what is now one of the most advanced cannabis breeding programs in the world. 

In 2017, we welcomed Alien Labs to the Connected family; a partnership built on the foundation of like-minded quality standards and the desire to raise those standards across the industry.

Today, a new emphasis on elevated experiences will ride in tandem with geographical and menu expansion on the fast paced and thrilling road ahead for the entire Connected family of brands.

 

About the Job

We are looking for a temp-to-hire People Ops Coordinator to be our on the ground People Operations support for our new Lee, Florida facility. This role will be a combination of direct support for the Florida teams, and organization-wide support to the People Ops team. The People Ops Coordinator's primary role is to perform administrative tasks and services to support effective and efficient operations of the organization’s human resource department. This person will be working side by side with the Corporate People Ops Team, and will create a footprint in the industry through hard work, high energy, and high attention to detail.

 

What You Will Do

  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date human resource files, records, and documentation.
  • Assist our Florida teams with day to day HR questions.
  • Collect documentation for investigations, conduct interviews alongside leadership.
  • Assist with recruitment efforts as needed. 
  • Maintain the integrity and confidentiality of human resource files and records.
  • Perform periodic audits of HR files and records to ensure that all required documents are collected and filed appropriately.
  • Provide clerical support to the HR department.
  • Answer frequently asked questions from applicants and employees relative to standard policies, benefits, hiring process.
  • Assist with onboarding new hires.
  • Conduct or assist with new hire orientation.
  • Miscellaneous tasks and duties as assigned.

 

What We Are Looking For

  • 2+ years in HR, clerical and payroll administrative responsibilities
  • Recruiting experience, a plus.
  • Experienced user of HR software and tools: Kronos & Wurk onboarding strongly preferred
  • High school diploma, GED or equivalent; college degree preferred.
  • Must be 21 years of age per state regulations and pass a criminal background check.

Why Connected?

Connected is an exciting and innovative workplace with a highly engaged workforce brought together by a shared passion to be the best in the business.  We are on a mission to breed, grow and sell the best cannabis in the world!  This is a super unique opportunity to be part of the start-up stage of the booming cannabis industry.  We are looking for exceptional people to join our team as we transition into the next phase of our business ventures and become a leader in the cannabis space.  

  • Career Growth and Internal Advancement Opportunities
  • Competitive Pay and Stock Options
  • 401(k), Medical, Dental, Vision

 

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