WeedHire’s Cannabis Job of the Month: November

WeedHire.com is a career website specifically targeting employment within the legal cannabis industry. Their mission is to help clients hire the most qualified individuals and to help those individuals find the best job opportunities in their respective fields furthering their careers.

WeedHire.com provides job postings for cannabis related employment such as recommending physicians, physician’s assistants, growers, budtenders, dispensary operators, security guards, dispensary administrators, solar panel specialist, delivery drivers, lab techs, marketing specialists, lawyers, insurance agents and government jobs. In addition, the specialized focus of WeedHire.com benefits those job seekers by helping to ensure that the job opportunities posted by their customers are relevant and attractive to them.

Check out WeedHire’s featured job for November below!

Water Resource Control Engineer-Marijuana Cultivation

Job Description:

This is a limited term position that may be extended and/or may become permanent in the future. The incumbent will oversee engineering analyses, investigations and enforcement of slope stability, hydrologic analyses, erosional processes resulting from improper or unpermitted road construction activities and watercourse crossings associated with marijuana cultivation. The incumbent will perform the following duties in the North Coast Regional Water Board’s Cannabis Cultivation Waste Discharge Regulatory and Enforcement Program. Investigate/inspect sites as part of partner multi-agency inspection teams, or as part of in-house staff teams, sometimes accompanied by law enforcement officials.

Sites may be identified through task force tactical/strategy meetings and efforts, in-house aerial reconnaissance efforts or imagery analysis, or in response to complaints received through other channels of alleged and/or actual pollution or other conditions contributing to water quality degradation, and make appropriate recommendations for abatement and/or prevention. Conduct field investigations jointly with local, state, or federal agency staff and law enforcement officials at sites where wastes, including toxic or hazardous materials, are discharged, threatened, or stored. Document observations related to impacts or threatened impacts to water resources, both water quality and quantity, including observed impacts and threatened impacts to aquatic habitat and the aquatic ecosystem with a written report, and accompanying pictures and/or sampling/test results. … READ MORE

Job Requirements:

Organization and decision making sills and the ability to work effectively with stakeholders and members of the public. Well established verbal and written communication skills, good customer service and teamwork skills, ability to make effective presentations, and proficiency in standard computer applications. WHO MAY APPLY: Individuals who have list, transfer or reinstatement eligibility for appointment to the Water Resource Control Engineer class. Applicants that do not have transfer or reinstatement eligibility must have list eligibility on the State Water Resources Control Board’s Water Resource Control Engineer certification list.


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