Crystal Grower Job Description Sample
Date posted: July 13, 2018
The responsibilities of the Assistant Grower within Garden Remedies broadly embrace the key areas described below. Working with the Director of Cultivation, the Assistant Grower will assist in the day-to-day operations of growing consistent, high-quality medical marijuana while remaining fully consistent with Garden Remedies' Standard Operating Procedures. Extensive knowledge of the plant and its environment are necessary for success.
Implements cultivation techniques and methodologies at various stages of plant growth and development, as directed by Cultivation Management Team.
Participates in harvests, trimming, cloning and other duties to maintain an efficient work flow through-out the facility.
Assists in the operations of the grow, to include but not limited to set-up, cleaning of pots and equipment, repotting, cloning and all other duties as required.
Maintains a respectful and business-like work environment.
Maintains a serious, positive and team-oriented approach to Security, reporting any security concerns or breaches immediately to designated person(s).
Assists the Cultivation Management Team daily to ensure that whatever that needs to be done within the facility and with the plants is completed in a timely manner.
Reviews daily check lists and ensures that the appropriate procedures within each room are completed and ensures that the rooms are clean and in good working order.
Understands and reviews operational equipment within the indoor plant production rooms, including temperature gauges, water and CO2 levels.
Is responsible for adhering to Garden Remedies' Security Policies and Procedures as well as the MA DPH's regulations 105 CMR 725.110: Security Requirements for Registered Marijuana Dispensaries.
Has 2+ years' experience or a BS degree applicable to growing for a large-scale commercial cultivation facility.
Strong inter-personal skills with the ability to engage in creating an amicable work-place.
Good personal hygiene, physical aptitude and health necessary to perform manual labor.
The candidate must pass the state required background check and will have a high security clearance within the company. 5. Must be at least 21 years of age.
● Works under the general supervision of the Cultivation managers
● This position is not responsible for supervising other employees
● At least 21 years of age.
● Must be able to pass a background check
● Must not have been convicted of any felony offense
● Medical marijuana and recreational marijuana knowledge highly desirable
● Experience in a complex, fast-paced environment
● Ability to genuinely and respectfully connect with coworkers
● Desire to learn more about cannabis
● Organization and planning skills
● Team-building skills
● Ability to pass all required background checks to work with cannabis
● Ability to work a set schedule
Assistant Master Grower
If you have an interest in being part of one of the fastest growing industries in the nation and in our own state, Florida, you may consider wanting to work for Trulieve! If you have a desire to help others in need through your efforts, this may be the role for you!
Trulieve products are hand-grown and specially cultivated in a state-approved, climate-controlled environment to ensure purity and safety. We leave nothing to chance, while letting nature do her work.
Our products are designed to alleviate seizures, severe and persistent muscle spasms, pain, nausea, loss of appetite, and other symptoms associated with serious medical conditions such as cancer.
At Trulieve, we strive to bring our patients the relief they need in a product they can trust. Our plants are hand-grown in an environment specially designed to reduce unwanted chemicals and pests, keeping the process as natural as possible at every turn.
Our specially-trained staff works hand-in-hand with physicians to provide the right products and the correct dosage to ensure patients get the compassionate care they need.
To learn more about our company, please visit our website;
The business is a "blue-collar" manufacturing based operations-oriented work place and the ideal candidate will have experience working in a like or similar environment.
The Assistant to the Master Grower will assist the master grower in aspects of the grow. This individual will work with the growers, inspecting the grow and insuring that the growers are following procedures and meeting the specified requirements set forth by the master grower.
Walking the grow daily looking for issue that arise.
Identify plant deficiencies and adjust feed schedules as needed.
Insuring the grow is clean and correcting issues that exist.
Assist in maintaining appropriate supply levels.
Assist in managing the employees.
Report back to the master grower on all findings in the grow.
Make suggestions to increase the health and function of the grow.
Carries out orders from the master grower.
Scout for and identify pests that are in the grow.
Adjust IPM schedules as needed to allow eliminate pest and disease pressure.
Create necessary documents.
Possesses a strong understanding of plant nutrients and their deficiencies.
Possesses a strong understanding of cannabis pests and diseases.
Has experience growing cannabis in different environments and with various techniques.
Has significant experience growing in coco coir.
Possess significant understanding of the cloning process.
Understands how pesticides work and affect the pests and plants.
Strong written and verbal skills.
Strong computer skills.
Strong understanding of common grow room equipment including electrical systems, lights and light bulbs, timers, irrigation systems, air conditioners and dehumidifiers, and plumbing.
Must be a minimum of 21 years of age.
Must have a valid Florida Driver's License or ability to obtain one.
Must be able to pass a comprehensive background check.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to perform grasping, carrying, sitting, and repetitive motions. Must be able to handle organic plant material daily.
Must be able to lift, carry and balance up to 30 pounds, manage stairs, and perform typical cleaning of facilities and equipment.
Salary will be commensurate with experience. A comprehensive benefits package including paid time off is offered with this position. This position will work an average of 40 hours per week and will be available "after hours" if an emergency situation should arise.
We are an EOE company
Bring your expertise to our 150-acre container nursery or our leading tissue culture laboratory and young plant production nursery. We know, understand and most importantly, appreciate the skill and dedication it takes to be successful in this industry and want to give you the foundation to flourish in our unique industry.
We’re hiring a for an experienced Grower to lead the Perennial department in Waller, TX. You’ll be responsible for hands on management, grower practices of our perennial, annual and tropical products (mainly 1-3 gallon containers). We are seeking a detail-oriented individual who thrives on delivering consistent, high-quality product. You will work with customers and internally with the sales team to ensure the right product is delivered on time as well as working closely with upper management on various levels such as production targets and budgeting.
We’re always searching for ways to improve our horticulture practices, operational efficiency and consistency of plant quality. We’re looking for a leader to facilitate and be a part of that continuous innovation.
What we have to offer:
- Competitive salary and profit sharing
- 401k with 3% company match
- Paid time off
- Health, dental, vision, and life insurance
- Relocation assistance
- Constant care and monitoring of growing facilities for optimum crop quality, climate, and placement
- Responsible for all aspects of growing, including watering, fertilizing, spraying, and testing
- Develop/document high quality standards for consistently growing crops developing best practices that will be incorporated into our computer production module
- Lead/Supervise 12-15 employees in the Perennial Department
- Maintain good growing practices to meet required ready dates and contract grow dates
- Work with Sales to promote quality programs for our customers
- Conduct trials/experiments to evaluate possible improvements to the crop
- Meet with and understand customer needs and quality requirements
- Perform/track soil, water, disease tests as needed
- Identify/track/control insects
- Monitor/control computerized greenhouse environments
- Interact/communicate with a dedicated, knowledgeable, well organized grower team
- Identify crop problems and develop corrective and preventative actions
- Degree in Horticulture or related field (preferred)
- People management experience
- 6-10 years commercial propagation or growing experience
- Perennial growing experience preferably in the Southern U.S. region
Grower Relations Harvest Intern - South Napa
Treasury Wine Estates is seeking multiple motivated seasonal Harvest Interns to assist the Grower Relations Representatives with growing season and harvest tasks. Individuals should possess a strong desire to work hands-on and perform efficiently in variable conditions. This is a physically demanding position that will require working independently, early mornings, and walking in steep and rough terrain. Hours may vary throughout season depending on work load, and potential for some flexibility. Position starts in July through mid to end of October, season dependent.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Pest and disease scouting
Vine health and phenology monitoring
Crop estimation, including cluster and vine counts and cluster weights
Maturity sampling, processing and analysis
Data entry and analysis
Working knowledge of viticulture and/or agriculture
Knowledge of Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Google Earth
Valid driver's license and clean driving record
Able to pass pre-employment drug screen, physical and background check
Able to lift and carry up to 30 pounds
Able to bend over repeatedly
Ability to work flexible hours and in various climatic conditions and physically demanding terrain
This is a great opportunity to learn about the diverse and unique growing areas of the Napa and Sonoma AVA's - from cool, maritime influenced growing areas to warmer regions and valley floors to steep hillside vineyards. There are only a handful of internships that can offer this breadth of experience, working with a team who is dedicated to growing and making the highest quality wines. The Treasury Wine Estates portfolio includes Acacia, Beringer, BV, Chateau St. Jean, Etude, Provenance, Stag's Leap, Sterling and Beringer.
Send resume c/o: Pete.Hoffmann@tweglobal.com
Please specify in your email if you prefer North Napa or South Napa
Grower Customer Service Representative
Indigo is a company dedicated to harnessing nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet. With a vision of creating a world where farming is an economically desirable and accessible profession, Indigo works alongside its growers to apply natural approaches, conserve resources for future generations, and grow healthy food for all. Utilizing beneficial plant microbes to improve crop health and productivity, Indigo's portfolio is focused on cotton, wheat, barley, corn, soybeans, and rice. The company, founded by Flagship Pioneering, is headquartered in Boston, MA, with additional offices in Memphis, TN, Research Triangle Park, NC, Sydney, Australia, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and São Paulo, Brazil. www.indigoag.com
Indigo's Grower Customer Service Representatives provide a seamless, one-stop customer service experience to Indigo's US growers. Indigo views growers as true partners, and GCS representatives make them feel as such by handling all inbound and outbound communication with a proactive, professional, and patient approach. GCS core responsibilities include Customer Experience, Data Collection, Logistics, Issue Resolution, and Inbound Sales.
Outcomes & Responsibilities:
Maintains up-to-date knowledge of each Indigo grower contract, with the ability to relate details to growers and answer any questions growers may have
Proactively communicates with Indigo grower customers to ensure their experience with Indigo is positive
Manages collection and coordination of inbound customer documentation, including but not limited to FSA Forms, BCI Compliance forms, and Harvest Notification forms
Serves as point of contact between Growers and other functions of the Indigo organization, and close feedback loop as needed
Resolves all grower issues professionally and in a timely manner via phone, email, text, or chat
Ensures that response times are minimized and emails are answered in a timely manner
Confirm that Grower account records are complete
Assist with contract renewal at the end of the season
Guarantee Net Promoter Score goals are met
Strong people skills with service mindset
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to maintain a level head and diffuse heated situations
Competent multi-tasker, with the ability to act quickly and make decisions in a changing environment
Adept at building relationships and working with cross-functional teams
Curious and inquisitive about a wide variety of subjects
Ability to operate well in ambiguous situations
Comfortable navigating ERP and CRM systems
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
Minimum 2 years' experience working in Customer Service
Bachelor's degree or equivalent
Experience in the agricultural industry preferred
Some technical experience, or familiarity with IT systems
Grower Relations Representative
We are currently hiring a Grower Relations Representative who is responsible for locating and sourcing grapes for wine programs by building/maintaining relationships with growers and monitoring all aspects of grape production. Advises growers on production methods, ensures quality control.
What You Will Do:
Functions as a liaison between winery and growers, educating/advising them on market conditions, quality standards and viticulture practices.
Develops and maintains vineyard records on cultural practices, yields and grape quality.
Monitors all aspects of crop development and forecasts crop tonnages.
Schedules the delivery of grapes from the field to winery.
Negotiates most grower contract terms.
With guidance, initiates, implements and manages short and long term projects.
Provides cost savings and avoidance input for project requests.
Participates in pricing strategy.
Ensures application of policies and procedures; makes recommendations for change, and implements approved changes.
Supports the establishing and controlling of budgets.
Oversees the performance of growers and monitors their application of procedure; reports issues to Senior Grower Relations Rep or Grower Relations Area Manager.
Supports the training and development of new Grower Relations Reps.
Must maintain satisfactory attendance, to include timeliness.
Responsible for understanding and complying with applicable quality, environmental and safety regulatory considerations. If accountable for the work of others, responsible for ensuring their understanding and compliance.
What You Will Need:
A High school diploma or State-issued equivalency certificate.
A Master's degree in AG Policy, AgriBusiness, Plant science, Biology or Ag Science plus agriculture experience OR Bachelor's degree in AG Policy, AgriBusiness, Plant science, Biology, Enology, Viticulture or Ag Science plus 2 years of agriculture or winemaking experience reflecting increasing levels of responsibility OR 6 years of agriculture or winemaking experience reflecting increasing levels of responsibility.
Valid driver's license and successful completion of background check. Required to obtain a California driver's license or appropriate state driver's license within 30 days of hire.
Required to drive to various ranch locations as part of job functions.
Specific vision abilities required for this job include color vision.
Required to lift and carry equipment weighing up to 25 pounds.
Required to work long hours during peak season.
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Area Manager Grower Relations
Why E. & J. Gallo Winery?
Recently recognized by Glassdoor as one of the "Top 50 Best Places to Work", we couldn't be prouder of our employees. As a family-owned wine and spirits company with over 90 brands, the heart of our success story is our people. Our passions run deep and what unites us is an incredible culture of teamwork, innovation, and collaboration. Are you a passionate team player who is looking to grow your career? If so, apply today! Cheers! Your Talent & Gallo — A Perfect Pairing.
E. & J. Gallo Winery is seeking a Grower Relations Manager to lead our South Central Valley team. As Grower Relations Manager, you will be responsible for leading a team year-round while also driving our seasonal harvest initiatives. You will build strong partnerships with contract growers to deliver high quality grapes that meet or exceed wine style targets.
What You Will Do
Develop pricing and sourcing strategies to meet winery demand forecasts.
Monitor grape market activity
Maintain and enhance business relationships with growers
Ensure grape quality standards and wine style targets are achieved
Utilize your extensive knowledge of viticulture and vineyard practices alongside wine grape experience
Work with winemakers to stream grape supply to appropriate programs
Work cross-functionally with winery crush sites and trucking company to deliver the harvest
Assist Grower Outreach and Viticulture Research groups in disseminating new technologies and best practices to growers
Effectively lead a high performing team
Build relationships with a broad group of grower partners
Perform assignments that are broad and strategic in nature requiring strong analytical skills
What You Need
High school diploma or State-issued equivalency certificate.
Bachelor's degree in Viticulture, Plant Science, Agricultural Science or Agricultural Business plus 5 years of grower relations or agriculture experience to include supervisory or managerial experience reflecting increasing levels of responsibility.
Valid driver's license and clean driving record.
Required to travel to various locations via automobile.
Required to work extended hours during peak season.
What Will Set You Apart
Bachelor's degree in Viticulture, Plant Science plus 8 years of grower relations, agriculture, sales, or finance experience to include supervisory or managerial experience reflecting increasing levels of responsibility.
Wine grape experience.
Gallo does not sponsor for employment based visas for this position now or in the future.
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We are a Wholesale Perennial Nursery, looking for an experienced and qualified Head Grower to organize and manage propagation and production activities. You will be in charge of propagation, production and quality control of over 1300 varieties of perennials, ferns, grasses, herbs and small fruits, ensuring high quality plant material to our customers.
- Control and direct the propagation and production processes and any other relative activities
- Help to decide on varieties to discontinue or trial for future inclusion in the catalog
- Plan orders of plugs, seeds, unrooted cuttings, etc.
- Arrange for repairs when necessary
- Remedy any problems by fertilizing or pesticide application as needed
- Oversee the work of subordinates
- Comply with regulations and safety standards
- Foster a climate of cooperation and respect between co-workers
- Proven experience as head grower
- Exceptional proven ability of greenhouse management
- Ability to divide responsibilities and monitor progress
- Outstanding communication and leadership skills
- Stay up-to-date with trends and optimized processes
- Good understanding of useful computer programs (MS Office, greenhouse management software)
- Credentials in safety training and pesticide application
- Degree in Horticulture or related certificate
- Spanish a plus!!!
- Health Care Plan (Medical, Dental, Short Term Disability) when eligible
- Retirement Plan (401k) when eligible
- Unique individuals welcome!!
- Flexible hours and work schedule
- Help to make the world a better, more beautiful place.
Sr Home Lending Advisor - Crystal Lake, IL - Crystal Lake Branch
Sr Home Lending Advisor - Crystal Lake, IL - Crystal Lake Branch
Req #: 180060054
Location: Crystal Lake, IL,US
Job Category: Relationship Management/Sales
You're a great listener and a natural relationship builder. You enjoy interacting with people and helping them while building lasting relationships – in fact you thrive on it.
You have a knack for finding creative solutions to everyday challenges and love helping people's home ownership dreams come true! Join us as a Sr. Home Lending Advisor and apply your exceptional people skills to shape the customer home buying and refinancing experience on our Consumer Branch team.
Customers and potential customer leads are connected to Sr. Home Lending Advisors through comprehensive needs based promotion and marketing of home loan products to clients inside and outside the branch footprint, and develop and work with centers of influence to expand your customer base.
As a Sr. Home Lending Advisor, you will be required to deliver strong results in home lending products, and demonstrate strong interpersonal skills as well as provide exceptional service throughout the sales process. You will serve as customer's chief point of contact throughout the life of the loan adhering to all regulatory requirements while marketing and promoting the financial products offered by Chase.
The Sr. Home Lending Advisor is responsible for serving as the home lending specialist at the branch by coaching and mentoring the branch team and providing training on products and services.
You will work hand-in-hand with bankers, meeting with their customers and introducing new clients to bankers for additional products and services. All of you working as a team will create an outstanding customer experience by utilizing centrally managed direct mail, media advertisements, cross-sell efforts, relocation programs, statement programs, Chase.com, electronic newsletters, outbound lead sourcing, and other marketing efforts.
This position is subject to the Dodd Frank/Truth in Lending Act qualification requirements for Loan Originators. As such, an employment offer for this position is contingent on JPMC's review of your criminal conviction history, credit report, information available through NMLS, and any other information relevant to a determination by JPMC that you demonstrate financial responsibility, good character, and general fitness for the position.
Note that any felony conviction within the last seven years will disqualify you from consideration for this position. Your continued employment in this position would be contingent upon compliance with Truth in Lending Act/Dodd Frank Loan Originator requirements.
In addition, this position requires National Mortgage Licensing System and Registry (NMLS) registration under the SAFE Act of 2008. As such, upon active employment with JPMorgan Chase, you will be required to either register on NMLS, or to update your existing registration as necessary to grant access to and reflect your employment with JPMorgan Chase. Your continued employment in this position with JPMorgan Chase is contingent upon compliance with the SAFE Act, including successful registration immediately after your start date, and timely completion of annual renewal and required updates thereafter.
Any information obtained during the registration, update, and renewal processes or through NMLS notifications may impact your employment with the firm. Any of the completed information you provide during the Chase on-line application process may be transferred, on your behalf, to NMLS by JPMorgan Chase.
Please carefully review the information you provide to Chase for accuracy and consistency and with any current NMLS record, if applicable, before submitting. Further information about NMLS and registration requirements of registration can be found at: http://mortgage.nationwidelicensingsystem.org/SAFE/Pages/default.aspx.
Minimum three years of mortgage lending, proven sales experience in retail banking required
Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience in sales and/or real estate preferred
Marketing, promoting, relationship building and consulting skills preferred
Intermediate PC skills in a Windows environment preferred
FHA/VA sales experience preferred
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Knowledge of real estate market in local area
Knowledge of FHA, VA, FNMA, and FHLMC guidelines
Internal: Ability to develop a strong partnership with the assigned retail branches to promote mortgage loan originations (in footprint territories), and can function well within formal and dotted-line reporting relationships
External (Customer): Build role as the internal and external mortgage expert; builds and maintains good relationships with customers; and exhibits consultative skills to provide recommendations based on financial analysis and expertise, product knowledge, and knowledge of the customer's financial needs, goals, and circumstances
Crew Member - S.E. Hwy 19, Crystal River, FL
Discover what's right for you. At Wendy's, you'll find a fast-paced, high-energy environment where everyone on the team works together, and also knows how to have fun!
As a Crew Member at Wendy's, you'll enjoy:
Competitive pay and generous benefits, including employee meal discounts
Flexible full-time or part-time work schedule that makes sense for you
One-on-one, self-paced training, and promotion from within
Opportunity to gain experience in all aspects of restaurant operations, from customer service to food prep, cash handling and opening/closing duties
Defined career paths for those who are interested in a career at Wendy's
If you're interested in a position that rewards your commitment, then Wendy's is right for you. We encourage you to complete our application process and look forward to discussing your place on the Wendy's team.
The responsibilities and qualifications described above are for positions at Wendy's International, Inc. company-owned and operated restaurants. A large percentage of Wendy's restaurants are independently owned and operated franchised Wendy's restaurants.  Job descriptions, compensation, benefits and other employment terms and conditions applicable to positions at independent franchised Wendy's Restaurants will vary and are determined solely by the Franchisee.
Our candidate has a strong customer focus, initiative, and a can-do attitude. We're looking for real team players who can take and receive direction well and accomplish many tasks during one of our action-packed shifts. Whether you're wearing a headset and manning the drive-thru, greeting customers and running the register, preparing menu items, loading stock or keeping the restaurant clean and inviting, your accuracy and attention to detail are qualities that will make you a star player on the Wendy's team.
Wendy's is an equal employment opportunity employer who may provide reasonable accommodation to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
The following are examples of some, but not all, of the essential job functions of a Crew Member position at Wendy's:
Ability to stand for long periods
Frequent bending, kneeling, lifting (25 - 50 pounds)
Ability to use Headset to take customer orders or to take or give direction
Ability to use general restaurant equipment (e.g. warmer, fryer, slicer, grill, etc.)
Ability to come to work promptly and regularly
Ability to take direction and work well with others
Ability to accomplish multiple tasks within established timeframes
Ability to concentrate and perform duties accurately
Ability to learn and apply policies and procedures
Ability to react to change productively and handle other tasks assigned
Ability to complete all applicable training programs
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment that may involve exposure to noise, heat, cold or other elements
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