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Bonsai CultivationDenver, CO
  • · Must posses a current MED support or key badge
  • · Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle
  • · Must be punctual and have a positive attitude and be able to work well as part of a team
  • · Must have a strong work ethic
  • · Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs
  • · Must be able to sit, stand, reach, and lift for long periods of time
  • · Must be able to handle labor-centric work
  • · Separate and organize trimmed product into specific containers for bud, trim, stems, fan etc.
  • · Weigh and record information regarding trimmed plant material
  • · Responsible for following operational guidelines
  • · Ability to listen and communicate effectively with other trim staff and management
  • · Work in a quick and efficient manner while still being able to meet speed and quality standards
  • · Maintain a clean, sanitary, and organized work environment
  • · Develop basic knowledge of strain characteristics and main problems with plants
  • · Responsible for end of day cleanup of trim room, break room, and bathrooms
  • · Abide by scheduling policies, show up on time for scheduled shifts, and request time off in accordance with company policy
  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Pay: From $17.00 per hour
  • Monday to Friday
  • All staff are required to be fully vaccinated and must wash hands frequently.
  • We have stringent cleaning protocols and follow suggested CDC guidelines.
  • High school or equivalent (Preferred)
  • Work Location: One location

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