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TrinitySt James, MO
  • Dispensary Security Officer
  • GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES: Responsible for maintaining safety and security of cannabis dispensary for patients, employees, and visitors.
  • SUPERVISED BY: On-Site Dispensary Manager and Director of Security
  • TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in a busy cannabis dispensary monitoring the administrative office area, dispensary area, and other areas of the facility as needed.
  • Will be in almost constant contact with both staff, patients and individuals from the public.
  • Will check in eligible patients or caregivers and allow access inside the dispensary.
  • Work can be stressful and may include dealing with consumers, outside vendors/contractors, and law enforcement.
  • Must be available to work varied hours and/or days, including nights, weekends, and holidays.
  • Scan all cards for authenticity and verify eligibility in order to access dispensary.
  • Greet everyone at the door with a welcoming and enthusiastic manner.
  • Monitor surveillance cameras at control desk.
  • Must keep current with the dispensary flow & product locations.
  • Utilize radio for communications.
  • Monitor suspicious activity and report all findings to supervisor.
  • Patrol areas of the dispensary (indoors and out).
  • Provide documentation and reports of any adverse incidents.
  • Recall of company, state & federal procedures & policies.
  • Immediate attention to all threats or other incidents at facility.
  • Be courteous and friendly to patients, purchasers, visitors, and staff.
  • Adept at radio communications.
  • Deep understanding of surveillance and security measures.
  • Assistance with cash management and coordination of deposits.
  • EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Associate degree or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school; or six months to one-year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Prior law enforcement experience a plus, but not required.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
  • Hardworking, persistent, and dependable.
  • Previous experience with Microsoft Office software preferred.
  • TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Work requires periods of prolonged sitting and standing, some bending, stooping, and stretching.
  • Requires normal range of hearing.
  • Requires hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a cash register, computer, telephone, calculator, etc.
  • May require lifting up to 50 pounds occasionally.
  • Job Type: Part-time
  • Pay: From $15.00 per hour
  • Are you a veteran?
  • When are you available to start work?
  • Are you at least 21 years old
  • High school or equivalent (Preferred)
  • Customer Service: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Security: 3 years (Preferred)
  • Cannabis: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Retail sales: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Work Location: One location

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