Compliance Associate, Phoenix

Position Responsibilities: Create process maps and standard operating procedures for all critical processes.

· Create distribution manifests and maintain accurate inventory control records.

· Verify and submit daily, weekly and monthly production and distribution records

· Ensure workplace health and safety policies and procedures are followed.

· Modify processes and practices to ensure compliance in accordance with state law.

· Assist with investigations when appropriate

· Liaise with central compliance office to report any legal concerns, stay abreast of compliance updates, and best practices

· Conduct environmental assessments of cultivation and dispensary operations, to mitigate any risks that could lead to violations, fines and loss of license.

· Collaborate with Compliance Director to Develop Quality Assurance standards for critical processes, assist department managers to ensure quality objectives are achieved.

· Assist with regular audits and make recommendations for improvements. .

· Assist with drafting and implement corrective action measures in relation to compliance and QA/QC findings for cultivation

· Communicates all compliance related issues to employees in a clear, consistent and effective way possible

· Assists in the development of an audit plan and schedule and perform all audits per schedule

· Writes audit reports and issues audit follow-up documents in a timely manner

· Serves as a subject matter expert and resource for staff concerning products and services, policies and procedures, industry news, and changes in regulations

· Supports and executes Curaleaf’s mission and goals

· Develop and maintain relationships with all the Compliance Director and other department managers

· Monitor and maintain compliance in all cultivation operations.

 

Qualifications

· Must be at least 21 years of age

· Bachelor’s Degree in any business-related capacity or equivalent experience. (healthcare, pharma, business management, bio)

· Experience working in a regulatory environment

· 3-5 years of progressive responsibility in a compliance role or regulatory field.

· Experience in writing and training team members on implementation of SOP’s

· General knowledge of workplace health and safety requirements.

· Meticulous attention to detail is required. Detailed oriented, accurate, organized, and analytical

· Proficient in spreadsheet and data management software, strong Excel skills

· Experience in staff training and development desired.

· Efficient in state mandated cannabis software programs (Metrc, BioTrack, MMJ)

· A reliable car is required for travel to difference sites within the states.

· Strong process management skills

· Skilled in working with technical experts

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