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Curaleaf is a rapidly expanding, multi-state medical cannabis company dedicated to the needs of its patients.  The Extraction Lab Technician assists the Laboratory Manufacturing team by maintaining quality control measures in the extraction process and thereby ensuring the delivery of high-quality product. The Extraction Technician carries out day-to-day tasks including prepping for Extraction runs, Extraction using supercritical fluids and flammable solvents, maintain paperwork using Good Documentation and adhering to GMP standards. The Extraction Lab Technician must monitor and maintain production facility in accordance with the state of Maryland and standards set by Curaleaf Maryland.  

Job Duties: 

  • Monday - Friday, 2:00 PM - 10:30 PM.
  • Preparing for production by reviewing production schedule; studying and clarifying specifications; calculating requirements; assembling and weighing plant materials and supplies for extraction. 
  • Operating highly sophisticated extraction equipment; Processing concentrates and extracts 
  • Cleaning and maintaining extraction equipment and laboratory facility following current good manufacturing practices (cGMP), and standard operating procedures; complying with legal regulations; monitoring environment. 
  • Operating, maintaining, adjusting, and repairing laboratory equipment such as extraction vessels, heaters/chillers, ovens, balances, vacuum pumps, and other laboratory equipment. 
  • Operating extraction equipment to harvest terpene extracts and cannabinoid-containing extracts. 
  • Operating highly sophisticated purification equipment to convert crude oil into decarboxylated oil. 
  • Following procedures for extract purification including ethanol addition, winterization, filtration, rotary evaporation, decarboxylation, and distillation. 
  • Assisting with the development of further purification processes and in-process materials, including processes for new products. 
  • Maintaining inventory records of supplies, materials, and equipment, and preparing requisitions as needed, maintaining inventory within state-issued cannabis inventory software. 
  • Storing supplies and equipment, disposing of waste according to state guidelines, and keeping laboratory, storerooms and working areas immaculate. 
  • Washing and sanitizing laboratory glassware. 
  • Performing clerical work related to laboratory activities such as word processing, record keeping, and filing. 
  • Maintaining material safety data sheets for all department chemicals and products. 
  • Performing related duties as assigned 
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Compliance: 

  • Ensure processing operation is fully compliant with state regulations and federal and state law. 
  • Assure that operation adheres to all business and industry license requirements. 
  • Maintaining strict inventory records of all plant materials, chemicals and equipment used in the laboratory and documents production by completing forms, reports, logs and batch records 

Job Qualification Requirements: 

  • Associates Degree with 1-2 years of experience in a laboratory or manufacturing setting preferred 
  • 1-2 years of experience with Supercritical Extraction highly preferred 
  • Must be at least 21 years of age 
  • Subject to background check per state cannabis requirements 

Job Skills: 

  • Knowledge of and hands on experience with Supercritical Extraction and Rotary Evaporation desired 
  • Mechanical inclination with the ability to monitor, maintain and troubleshoot/repair laboratory equipment 
  • Ability to keep precise, highly detailed, and accurate records of calculations, procedures, and inventory of equipment, chemicals, consumables, and production 
  • Knowledge of scientific laboratory procedures and techniques as used in a chemistry laboratory 
  • Knowledge of scientific laboratory equipment and apparatus 
  • Knowledge of scientific methods of measurements 
  • Health and safety practices and precautions applicable to a chemistry laboratory 
  • Proper and safe handling and disposal of harmful chemicals, substances, and hazardous wastes 
  • Capabilities with computer systems, software, and hardware common to laboratories recordkeeping procedures 

Physical Requirements: 

  • Must be able to stand for prolonged periods of time, along with frequent bending 
  • Close vision (unobstructed vision at 20 inches or less) 
  • Manual dexterity sufficient to reach/handle items, work with fingers 
  • Ability to lift to 50 pounds and push up to 100 pounds with assistance 

 

Curaleaf is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

 

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