Product Development Technician

Denver, CO


    • Run equipment and perform tasks to produce new products.  This could include:
    • Lab scale production of infused products, likely to be small scale and very manual.
    • Support scale-up to manufacturing processes.
    • Produce initial batches of new products, larger scale, manual to semi-automated production taking hours to days to complete.
    • Learn as required, new process/production capabilities.
    • Following successful production, participate in technology transfer to operations team by training and supporting operators assigned to newly developed products.
    • Provide input to guidelines, protocols and procedures to support technology transfer.
    • Perform sampling and submit for testing of raw materials, in-process and finished products.
    • Document productions activities and compile test results accurately and in a timely manner.
    • Track products in METRC.
    • Follow work instructions, SOPs, company practices and regulations.
    • Communicate effectively with peers, supervisor, and management.

Required Qualifications:

    • Highschool Diploma or GED
    • At least 2 years experience in a production environment manually producing products and/or running equipment
    • Willingness to work in a production environment to include manual labor
    • High ability to follow written and oral instructions
    • Excellent grasp of safety guidelines for a variety of job contexts
    • Ability to work overtime as needed
    • Able to work effectively with cross-functional teams
    • Experience with Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
    • Ability to walk/stand on concrete surfaces for up to 8 hours/day
    • State issued occupational license or the ability to meet the requirements and obtain one

Preferred Experience:

    • Associate‚Äôs Degree
    • At least 2 years in the Cannabis Industry
    • Industrial food or pharmaceutical manufacturing experience
    • New process/production experience
    • Demonstrated skill set and understanding in support of cGMP and cGLP