About Nabis
Nabis is the #1 Licensed Cannabis B2B Platform in the world with the largest portfolio of cannabis brands, supplying over 100 brands to 99% of California’s dispensaries and delivery services. Our mission is to empower the world to discover cannabis by providing choice, access, and innovation.


WHY YOU'LL LOVE WORKING AT NABIS!

  1. Competitive pay starting at $19 per hour, paid weekly.
  2. You'll work at the fastest growing cannabis startup in California!
  3. Medical/Dental/Vision offered to all full-time employees.
  4. Well-rounded co-workers and teammates that are all striving towards the same goal. Nabis maintains a fun and energetic culture!
  5. Competitive compensation.
  6. On-site snacks and beverages.

 

The Role
The Warehouse Associate at Nabis is responsible for a wide variety of important functions such as picking, packing, inventory and quality assurance. This is a critical role, and we are looking for reliable, dedicated and hardworking individuals to join our team and help our company grow!

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in loading and unloading product into vans
  • Picking and packing orders
  • Verifying and preparing orders
  • Product intake assistance
  • Warehouse organization
  • Paperwork, printing, labeling - METRC & Dispatch
  • Inventory cycle counts
  • Occasional communication with brands/clients
  • General assistance of Operations Managers

Educational and Skill Requirements:

  • Associates degree OR 2 years relevant work experience
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs., bend, stretch, and twist
  • Must be comfortable using ladders and loading/unloading from top shelves
  • Ability to pass pre-employment background check
  • Ability to work occasional evening/weekend shifts
  • Cannabis experience is a plus
  • Clean driving record
  • Basic math skills
  • Must be at least 21 years of age or older
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Excellent judgement and work ethic
  • Professionalism, patience and process-driven approach
  • Adaptability, low-ego and high attention to detail
  • Can-do attitude and team player
  • Professional appearance
  • Tech savviness

 

Nabis is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Nabis is seeking to create a diverse work environment because all teams are stronger with different perspectives and life experiences. We strongly encourage women, people of color, LGBTQIA individuals, people with disabilities, members of ethnic minorities, foreign-born residents, older members of society, and others from minority groups and diverse backgrounds to apply. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, color, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. All employees and contractors of Nabis are responsible for maintaining a work culture free from discrimination and harassment by treating others with kindness and respect.

 

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