IND HEMP is always looking to grow our team and better our services. We believe a strong, close-knit, and diverse team inspires growth as well as value in the workplace, and we do all we can to encourage our colleagues.
To attract the best candidates we promise to provide state-of-the-art training, create ongoing opportunities and challenges, and offer competitive and comprehensive benefit packages. If you are interested in being a part of this rapidly growing and exciting industry as well as be a key player in developing, processing, and distributing life changing products, we would love to meet you.
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The Maintenance Lead will be a key player on the operations team. This position will be responsible for the repair, maintenance, preventative maintenance of plant equipment and heavy equipment and building and grounds maintenance.
This position will be responsible for grower support, field data collection and seed
management, and will work closely and report to the Agronomist. This position will be a primary
contact and face of IND HEMP with our growers to assist in hemp farming practices.
The Laborer position will report to the Plant and or Shift Supervisor and perform duties in an industrial hemp processing facility. Duties will include but not limited to tasks such as unloading trucks, driving a forklift and other equipment, packaging and palletizing product and general facility cleaning.
The Analysist will perform quantitative analysis concerning two fields within the organizations: Financial Planning and Market Analysis. Primary tasks will include 1) maintaining a proforma financial model, 2) monitoring/quantifying operations variables/KPIs, and 3) performing analysis of competitors and markets and developing product/relevant
commodity price indexes.
We would love to hear from you! Just call, email or use the button here to connect with us. Our mission is to connect our farmers with the hemp businesses of tomorrow. Let us provide the supply chain consistencies your business or product needs to scale and be successful.
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