Company & Role Overview
The CCO is primarily responsible for the administration and auditing of compliance for the company, reviewing and evaluating compliance issues within the organization’s operating facilities. The CCO ensures that the company’s employees are following the rules and regulations of regulatory agencies. The candidate works to ensure that employees are following company policies and procedures, and that behavior in the organization meets the company standards of conduct and disposition. The CCO will be responsible for monitoring, reporting and aiding in remediating any compliance issues.
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- Develop and conduct compliance reviews, assessments, analyses, and other business engagement activities within established frameworks to identify, track, and report on the remediation of compliance gaps
- Create, maintain, and monitor compliance systems to ensure effectiveness in all facilities
- Create and maintain a third-party due diligence system
- Provide leadership in Compliance department and throughout the Company
- Develop and prepare meaningful reporting and tracking of compliance activities to enable effective communication to senior management and all facilities
- Assist in the ongoing development and enhancement of the compliance program
- Keep current on emerging compliance issues and trends
- Monitor state and local laws and ensure compliance; create and implement updated documentation and processes as needed to reflect changes
- Manage the renewal process for all licenses
- Assist with and oversee compliance training needs in all departments and facilities
- Supervise the submission of responses to state regulators by facilities
- Develop and maintain relationships with state regulators
- Create, maintain, improve, and track the Company’s standard operating procedures and policies in collaboration with Operations and Retail department leadership
- Lead investigation and resolution into compliance concerns
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- Prior experience in regulated industry in healthcare, medical devices, pharmaceutical, consumer packaged goods (food), or cannabis is highly desired.
- Highly desirable: FDA, GMP, SQF, and/or HACCP experience. Strong experience with product sampling and inspection.
- Ability to follow written procedures and monitor others for adherence to written procedures.
- Ability to create or update written procedures with site operations personnel.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills. Strong attention to detail.
- Team player with strong interpersonal skills.
- Open-minded self-starter with the ability to adapt and problem solve, as well manage multiple tasks concurrently.
- Understanding of the Medical and Adult use Marijuana laws, rules and regulations is preferred and the passion to further their understanding and knowledge of the industry and the laws.
- Associates Degree required