The Role

Starting pay for this role is $17/hr
 
The Cultivation Technician is responsible for the overall maintenance of the vegetation cycle of all sustainable plants within the facility.

Responsibilities

  • Plant maintenance in veg cycle:
    • Topping plants
    • Bottoming plants
    • Transplanting
    • Mixing soil
    • Scouting for disease or potential insects
    • Training plants
  • Flower:
    • Move plants from veg to flower
    • Stick irrigation emitters into plants
    • Lay trellis netting and work plants into place
    • Defoliate and prune plants
  • Harvest:
    • Prepare room for harvest
    • Harvest/ take down plants
    • Defoliate and break plants into smaller pieces
    • Hang plants on dry rack
    • Clean both dry and flower rooms in between harvests
  • Cleanliness:
    • Sweeping, mopping and all other required cleaning
    • Cleaning of the plant housing devices
    • Maintenance and cleaning of the plant tables
    • Maintenance of the plant pots
    • Reporting any issues to management to ensure a timely fix

Requirements

  • Previous experience working with plants, plant disease and pests is desired
  • Strong work ethic with flexibility to work days, nights, weekends and holidays
  • Proven ability to maintain consistency in a fast paced, hard working, high-stress environment
  • High attention to detail with ability to scout for disease and pests is required
  • Ability to work in ever changing physical conditions
  • Must possess a can-do attitude and be able to work with a team
  • Must be able to obtain required licensing at time of hire and submit personal information for licensing and fingerprinting
  • Must be 21 years of age or older

 

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