5 Hot New Cannabis Career Jobs Hiring Now In The Hudson Valley
Looking for a new job? Are you interested in the world of cannabis? If you do, New York State is about to explode in cannabis opportunity.
If you’re looking for a job, there are plenty of ways to start your career path in this growing field. Some jobs and job titles haven’t even been created yet. So who is hiring? Where can you apply?
Curaleaf in Newburgh, NY, part-time
Curaleaf Newburgh, NY is located near the corner of Route 84 and 9W in Newburgh and is seeking a part-time associate. According to the list, it is possible to earn up to $34,000 in part-time work hours.
Lagustas Luscious, New Paltz, NY
Lagustas Luscious in New Paltz is looking for someone to work in their retail and wholesale department for their CBD lines. Depending on the number of hours you work, your salary could reach $55,000.
Aurora Innovation, hydroelectric farm in Goshen, NY
Do you like to grow and cultivate things? Then working as a “production worker” at the hydroelectric farm might be for you. They are looking for people to work on their earth and worm manufacturing lines. Entry-level positions pay around $19/hour.
Sunnyside, Cresco Labs, Poughkeepsie, NY
Sunnyside is looking for a District Manager with knowledge of high quality cannabis. Although your territory is the entire Hudson Valley, you are expected to be involved in day-to-day operations, salary expectations are between $78,000 and $98,000 per year.
iAnthus Capital, Wappingers Falls, NY
iAnthus is seeking a part-time Dispensary Associate whose duties include assisting patients under the observation of the pharmacist. You must be 21 years old and have a valid driver’s license.
Good luck in your job search.
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