Effective and efficient Cultivation operations supporting production are of primary importance to the success of Zoë Therapeutics. The Zoë Therapeutics Cultivation Technician (CT) assists in all Cultivation activities including but not limited to, propagating, transplanting, watering, fertigation, pruning, trellising, production, monitoring pH and EC, and scouting and mitigating pests and diseases, monitoring environmental conditions, and observing and reporting on plant health.
The Cultivation Technician reports to the Flower Space Cultivation Lead and/or the Vegetative/Clone Room Lead and also to the Director of Cultivation (DC). The CT is an essential assistive position helping to ensure that daily, weekly and longer-term production goals are met within Cultivation. The Cultivation Technician receives a twice annual review with an initial review at 3 months after hiring. The CT is provided with a 3 to 6-month Work Plan that outlines specific goals and milestones for the CT and this Work Plan is the subject of the biannual reviews.
Each work day, the CT is assigned to various tasks within Cultivation. CTs may be asked to provide up-to-date information on conditions and progress, observe work being done, inspect plants for health, diseases and pests, verify operations, and to evaluate plant and soil conditions. These tasks may include:
Monitoring facilities and/or operational systems.
Communicating any needs and/or deficiencies that may impact the work being performed and the schedule for completion. Use Slack to communicate internally.
Remain current and knowledgeable about all Cultivation SOP’s and protocols. Bring and discuss ideas and information on Cultivation practices to the DC and the CMiT so that Zoë can adopt and modify its practices to be best in industry.
Assist with fertigation, irrigation, plant nutrient equipment and the safe handling, maintenance, and storage of pest and disease control chemicals, nutrients, and plant care equipment.
Be alert to issues and problems within all facilities and equipment for signs of wear, malfunction, abnormal function, and disrepair. Communicate any issues immediately via Slack.
Must be able to lift 50lbs and perform manual labor.
Comfortable with working 12 hour days when needed.
Assisting with managing plant health within Cultivation spaces include executing effective IPM protocols to monitor, identify, mitigate, anticipate and eliminate diseases and pest problems following guidelines and compliance within the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) and the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) Pesticides Program.
Experience: Direct commercial nursery or Cannabis production or horticultural experience a plus.
Specific Skills: Good communication skills, proven ability to comfortably work alone or in groups. Plant care experience a plus.
Personal Characteristics: High level of motivation and willingness to learn. Attention to detail, careful time planner, good observer, trustworthy, dedicated, passionate for the work, self-motivated, works well with others.
Licenses/OLCC permit: Must have an active Oregon Liquor Control Commission Marijuana Worker Permit or ready to apply for one.
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About Zoe Therapeutics
Zoë Therapeutics is an industry leader, producer, and innovator in best-quality Cannabis products; hemp seeds, flower, clones, seed starts, and biomass.
Located in Southern Oregon's (Selma) Rogue Valley.
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