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Part Time Budtender / Retail Sales Associate

Cannabis and Glass is looking to add part time, knowledgeable Budtenders/Retail Sales Associates to our three retail stores located in North Spokane on Francis Ave., Spokane Valley on Trent Ave., and in Liberty Lake on Appleway Ave. 

This position is responsible for providing exceptional customer service while adhering to strict compliance standards.  We are looking for the right people for this role: great work ethic combined with high energy & enthusiasm for the products, industry, and company is a MUST.

The ideal candidate has complete open availability: Monday - Sunday, 7:30 am - 11:30 pm. Those with complete open availability will be given top priority for the job.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Greeting customers in a timely and energetic fashion
  • Answering customer questions regarding our cannabis products
  • Answering customer phone calls in a timely fashion
  • Providing fast, friendly, and informative customer service
  • Using our POS system accurately 
  • Handling all payments correctly 
  • Organizing and cleaning the store
  • Maintaining extensive knowledge of our product offerings, various consumption methods, and cannabis in general


REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum of 21 years of age and MUST be a resident of Washington State.  We require all employees to have a WA State ID.
  • Must remain compliant with any and all legal or company regulations for working in the industry. We have a ZERO-TOLERANCE policy for consumption of any kind prior to or during the work day.
  • Previous retail, sales and/or customer service experience is strongly preferred; although, we are open to experience from other industries as long as it's applicable to this role.
  • We do not require previous professional experience in the cannabis industry, but would strongly prefer that the applicant be a regular consumer of the product.
  • Budtenders are required to have a thorough first-hand knowledge of all the products we sell.


EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • High School Diploma / Equivalent
  • 4 Year College Degree (obtained or in progress) strongly preferred, especially for possible advancement within the company


COMPENSATION:
$15/hour plus tips

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