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Budtender/Inventory Specialist - Full Time

Cannabis and Glass is looking to add a select few full-time Budtender/Inventory Specialists to our three locations: Liberty lake, Spokane Valley, and North Spokane

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.
 

COMPENSATION:
This position pays $15/hour plus tips
 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Greeting customers in a timely and energetic fashion
  • Providing fast, friendly, and informative customer service
  • Maintaining extensive knowledge of our product offerings, various consumption methods, and cannabis in general
  • Accurately using our POS system
  • Correct cash handling
  • Store organization and cleaning

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 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
  • Bachelor’s degree (BA/BS) from four-year college or university in a relevant field highly preferred
  • 1+ year(s) of retail and/or customer service experience
  • 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 sold.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Greeting customers in a timely and energetic fashion, providing fast, friendly, and informative customer service
  • Maintaining extensive knowledge of our product offerings, various consumption methods, and cannabis in general
  • Restocking our inventory with proper reports
  • Accurate use of our POS system Greenbits.
  • Leafly/Weedmaps/Website Menu audit/update
  • Store organization and maintaining store cleanliness.
  • Follows assigned schedule and accurately reports time
  • Maintain a positive working environment:
    • Respect and honor diversity (race, religion, marital status, age, sexual orientation, color, creed, national origin, and abilities.
    • Treat all co-workers with respect and in a manner that will promote teamwork, productivity and positive working environment.
    • Work collaboratively with others to accomplish goals and/or assigned tasks.
    • Meet expected outcomes or let supervisor know of any needed direction, support or resources to ensure attainment of expected outcomes.
    • Maintains regular and consistent attendance and punctuality.
    • Inform team members of import information that will assist in providing quality support to the department.
    • Follow dress code guidelines to provide an appropriate role model and to represent our company in a professional standpoint.
    • Act according to the guidelines of the company policies & procedures and the employee handbook. Maintain working knowledge of these documents by reviewing them at least once a year.
    • Stay calm in challenging situations, maintains positive attitude, and serves as a role model for employees.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

This position involves constant moving, talking, hearing, reaching, grabbing and standing for at least two consecutive hours. May occasionally involve stooping, kneeling, and crouching. Must be able to frequently (up to 4 hours of an 8 hour shift) lift up to 50 pounds with or without reasonable accommodation.

 

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