Employment

The team will continue to prepare for the tribal jobs fair, recruitment, and training process in preparation for the opening of our greenhouse and dispensaries. Once the Warm Springs Tribal Council approves the changes in scope of work and funding this will be finalized and construction will begin.

The project scope of work has been scaled back and until the team has established the revised greenhouse construction timeline and design completion a job fair will not be scheduled. Any questions, please contact Laurie Danzuka the Cannabis Project Coordinator at 541-553-3565 ext. 3109 or email [email protected]

The location, date, and time for these events has yet to be determined. More information regarding eligibility requirements, job descriptions, and dispensary locations will be available at that time. A letter of interest and resume will be required for anyone interested in applying for any position.



Job Opportunities

Due to the change in scope of work and scaled back greenhouse design this list will be revised to fit the needs for the facility. Subject to change.

Cultivation:

  • Greenhouse Grow Lead
  • Greenhouse Grow Team
  • Greenhouse Harvest Lead
  • Greenhouse Harvest Team
  • Outdoor Grow/Harvest Team

Facilities:

  • Security
  • Tracking/Data
  • Maintenance

Retail – Off Reservation: Will not be needed until Phase 3 plans are determined.

  • Retail Manager
  • Assistant Manager
  • Drivers
  • Budtenders
  • Front Desk Clerks

Processing:

  • TBD by progress in Phase 2 or 3

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

Q: Does tribal preference apply to this project?
A: Yes. All phases of the project will be subject to Tribal Council Resolution 8363 and 8363A which states tribal preference in employment, contracting and subcontracting.
Q: What are the general requirements for applying to work at the facility?
A: Must be 21 years of age or older. Must be able to pass an extensive background check.
Q: What other requirements will there be to be eligible for hire?
A: All applicants must be able to obtain a worker permit from the Cannabis Commission.
Q: Is there a minimum qualification in education to be considered for hire?
A: Yes. The minimum is a high school diploma or equivalent GED.