Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA) (OTCQX: CURLF) ("Curaleaf") is a leading international provider of consumer products in cannabis with a mission to enhance lives by cultivating, sharing and celebrating the power of the plant. As a high-growth cannabis company known for quality, expertise and reliability, the Company and its brands, including Curaleaf, Select, and Grassroots provide industry-leading service, product selection and accessibility across the medical and adult-use markets. In the United States, Curaleaf currently operates in 17 states with 147 dispensaries and employs nearly 5,200 team members. Curaleaf International is the largest vertically integrated cannabis company in Europe with a unique supply and distribution network throughout the European market, bringing together pioneering science and research with cutting-edge cultivation, extraction and production.   Home | Curaleaf | Cannabis with Confidence

Our corporate social responsibility is Rooted in Good. We believe in taking corporate and social responsibility very seriously, from our educational outreach to national partnerships, state-wide initiatives and local causes. Giving back to the communities where we operate is important to us and helps to change old attitudes by showing the positive impact of cannabis in creating jobs, changing lives, and helping local communities. Social Responsibility | Curaleaf | Cannabis with Confidence

 

Our Mission: To enhance lives by cultivating, sharing, and celebrating the power of the plant. 

Our Vision: To be the world's leading cannabis company by consistently delivering superior products and services and driving the global acceptance of cannabis. 

Our Values:

  • Lead and Inspire.  
  • Commit to Win.  
  • ONE Curaleaf.  
  • Driven to Deliver Excellence.  

 

Curaleaf Culture: 

At Curaleaf, we have a passionate commitment in everything we do. From innovative products to promoting social justice, from environmental sustainability to building world-class brands, we know that none of this is possible without our Team Members, which is why we’ve committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive experience for all.

 

What You’ll Do:

The Regional Trainer will deliver effective training plans (hard skills and soft skills) and appropriately address the region's learning and development needs. The Regional Trainer is expected to travel to sites/locations in their respective regions.

 

•    Facilitates learning using a variety of instructional techniques (role play, simulations, demonstrations, exercises, group discussions, case studies, scenarios, etc.). 
•    Responsible for coordinating, supporting and/or facilitating hard skills (systems, software, etc.) and soft skills (leadership development, communication, conflict management, etc.) training. 
•    Utilizes data and reports to establish accountability for completion/participation and leverages ongoing check-ins to follow up deficiencies and highlight successes.
•    Serves as a liaison and provides coaching and support to leaders and team members.
•    Utilizes information and feedback from Regional Leadership, People & Culture Business Partners, Legal, Organization Development & Learning (ODL) Sr. Learning & Development Partners and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to align and deliver on training priorities within the region.
•    Designs and develops content, using multimedia (text, audio, images, animations, video, etc.) that can be delivered online, in-person and in blended formats.
•    Creates participant materials, guides, instructional/demo videos and other supporting documentation for courses and programs.
•    Research credible sources to ensure content is relevant, meaningful and up to date.
•    Administers and leverages a variety of learning technologies and platforms (ex. authoring tools, Learning Management Systems (LMS), Performance Management, etc.) to ensure effective and efficient deployment of courses and programs. 
•    Conducts ongoing learning sessions for leaders and individual contributors.
•    Reports and analyzes learning data to inform and enhance courses, workshops, and programs. 
•    Plans, organizes and coordinates various learning and development initiatives and special projects as assigned. 
•    Applies best practices of learning and development to all initiatives and projects.
•    Performs various administrative activities directly related to learning and development; e.g. scheduling of rooms, scheduling of speakers, ensures cleanliness of facilities, performs room set-up and breakdown, prepares class materials, orders supplies, orders food and beverage, maintains inventory of supplies, program certificates, etc. 

 

What You’ll Bring:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Organizational Development, Adult Learning, or similar degree required
  • 2-3 years of related experience in Human Resources, including facilitating staff and/or professional development education.
  • Experience applying adult learning principles.
  • Certification in psychometric tools such as Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (M.B.T.I.), Clifton Strengths or DiSC, preferred.
  • Strong research, planning and organizational skills with attention to detail.
  • Experience in communicating effectively with a diverse group of individuals.
  • Fluent in verbal and written English and Spanish (required)

This role involves extensive travel, approximately 60-75% of the time

 What We Offer:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Medical, Dental, Vision Benefits
  • Healthcare and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Retirement Plan - 401(K)
  • Life/AD&D Insurance
  • Short- and Long-Term Disability
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Community Involvement Through our Rooted in Good Initiative
  • Employee Resource Groups
  • Employee Referral Payment Program
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Commuter Benefits
  • Employee Product Discounts

 

Curaleaf Awards and Achievements:

2023 Ragan’s Top Places to Work

2022 TIME100 Most Influential Companies

2020 Cannabis Doing Good’s Good Neighbor Award

2020 Minorities for Medical Marijuana’s Diversity & Inclusion Award

 

Follow us on Social Media 

Instagram: @curaleaf.usa

Twitter: @Curaleaf_Inc

Not all benefits listed above are available to all employees at all locations.  

Curaleaf is an equal opportunity employer. Curaleaf recruits, employs, trains, compensates, and promotes regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical ability, age, veteran status, and other protected status as requires by applicable law.

We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation.

Individuals adversely impacted by the war on drugs are encouraged to apply. 

Current Curaleaf employees should use our internal job board to submit an application for current openings: https://app2.greenhouse.io/internal_job_board 

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