Plant Manager - NY

MedMen - Utica, NY2.7

Our Story
We started MedMen with a simple vision; cannabis as a consumer product. It is a simple idea with profound consequences for how marijuana is cultivated, produced and marketed. Quality standards matter, best practices matter, brand reputation matters. Today, MedMen is the most dominant cannabis enterprise in the emerging legal marijuana industry.

We have an excellent opportunity for a Plant Manager who provides overall leadership and Supply Chain management for functions relating to our manufacturing facility. This includes Cultivation, Extraction, Finished Product Manufacturing, Distribution, QA, and Maintenance of the plant.

Essential Functions
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the
essential functions.

Leads and sets the strategic direction for the Plant team to include:
Establishment of the Plant’s vision to assure consistency with the corporate vision and direction.
Building a culture of employee engagement
Developing plan to achieve the Plant’s goals
Owns talent management for the plant including but not limited to employee development, employee performance reviews, and succession planning
Meet the customer’s expectations by ensuring product availability meets the demands of customers
Provides for effective labor relations within the operations unit by ensuring that employment practices are fair and consistent
Build and own the plant financial budget for all operations, including variable and period budgets and meeting key performance indicators that are aligned with the business matrix at the Division level
Leads and directs cost and operational improvement initiatives, including raw material yield and reliability, to ensure that the Plant is producing and shipping the highest quality product at the lowest possible cost
Ensure all guidelines of Good Agricultural Practices, Good Manufacturing Practices, SQF, ISO Standards, and OSHA standards are in compliance
Oversees and ensures compliance of all policies and procedures for the total facility including health, safety, sanitation, environmental processes, quality, and safety
Partner and collaborate with corporate functions
Leads, supports and embraces a Continuous Improvement culture.
Ensure safety and efficiency of the facility. Able to lead root cause analysis investigations

Required Education and Experience
Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering preferred
5+ years’ plant operations experience
Required knowledge of accepted quality control procedures and guidelines
Effective oral and written communication skills and expertise in the areas of human relations skills and team development within
Demonstrated experience in leading and managing projects from start to finish
Leadership skills that exhibit integrity, ownership and a “can-do” attitude are a must
Decision-making skills with an inherent ability to command, consult, gain consensus and effective delegation also required
Strong interpersonal and communication skills

Problem Solving/Analysis.
Attention to Detail.
Teamwork Orientation.
Communication Proficiency.
Personal Effectiveness/Credibility.
Business Acumen.
Presentation Skills.
Technical Capacity.