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.


  1. Competitive pay, 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 Nabis Facilities Maintenance Associate is a locally based role that ensures the execution of the Nabis Corporate Preventive Maintenance, Safety Inspection, and Vehicle Compliance programs in accordance with operational standards and ensures adherence to all local legal, and health and safety regulations. This role operates in collaboration with the on-site Operations and People teams, providing both strategic and corrective maintenance-based solutions and ensuring the proper allotment of required resources are available to support the day-to-day operations for both “Under the Roof” and “On The Road” activities. This role reports directly to the Fleet & Facilities Operations Manager. 


  • Performance and documentation of the Daily Vehicle Inspection/Launch process, ensuring road readiness for all dispatched equipment, including Delivery Vehicles and Larger Format Commercial Fleet
  • Scheduling and compilation of day-to-day maintenance and repair of buildings, grounds, and associated equipment.
  • Participation in Site Safety meetings, including providing updates on the status of the next steps for outstanding or completed items
  • Procures warehouse supplies for all operation functions and maintenance.
  • Coordinate on-site contractor activities and scheduling in conjunction with Nabis Visitor Safety procedures, and provide on-site leadership while present for the following: 
  • Schedules and ensures completion of Preventative Maintenance Program.
  • Produces and completes Excel/Sheets based Inventory reports on all required Fleet and Facilities supplies
  • Participates in and researches solutions for Site and Corporate initiatives.
  • Ensures costs for solutions are within budget expectations and approved based on agreed-upon limits
  • Other duties as assigned


  • At least 2-3 years of experience in facility maintenance
  • Must be over the age of 21
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs., bend, stretch, and twist
  • Ability to work occasional overtime and weekend shifts
  • Exceptional customer service and professional 
  • Adaptability and flexibility to learn new technologies and incorporate them into daily work

Education & Experience:

  • High School Degree or equivalent
  • Maintenance Certifications, a plus
  • CDL Experience, a plus

Skills Preferred:

  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Decision-making ability
  • Leadership and supervisory competencies required for teams and projects
  • Teamwork ability
  • Attention to detail
  • Proactiveness and sense of urgency
  • Time management skills and ability to prioritize tasks effectively
  • Intermediate knowledge of Google Suite with proficiency in Google Sheets


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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