Company is a licensed stand-alone processor in NE Ohio (just east of Cleveland), doing exclusively hydrocarbon extraction and manufacturing. Hiring for an extraction technician position (w/ experience).
Pay rate is negotiable based on experience, somewhere between 20-25/hr, relocation assistance possible for the right candidate though local-ish is always nice (though I’m not sure how many experienced operators are here in NE Ohio, they had to bring me out from Cali)
Our current senior extraction technician is going to be departing in the next 3 to 4 months for family reasons, we want to find a stellar individual to be ready to step into his role prior to his departure, while he is still here to work on ensuring the hand-off and transition is as seamless as possible. We’ve got other technicians but none have the experience yet to take over his role and we don’t want to start fresh on this hire.
The role has room for growth, we’re expanding and growing rapidly. We want a candidate ready to take a crack at stepping into a leadership position once they’ve found their feet here and they will be able to grow as we do.
Looking for someone who is ready for an opportunity in a rapidly growing market that’s heading recreational next year, who wants to work w/ some great equipment and other experienced individuals.
Required Experience (bare minimum):
CLS Extraction Experience is a must, we operate an ETS MEP70 system, familiarity w/ that is a bonus but at the end of the day they’re all just a series of tubes and knobs right?
Basic Post Processing: You should know how to make most standard outputs, we’ll teach and refine what you don’t know so if you’re not a master of diamonds that’s ok just be upfront with me.
Lab Safety/Good Habits: I don’t want someone I’m going to be having to shout at for sparking a jay in the C1D1 or who doesn’t ‘believe in PPE’ (honest to god had a guy look me dead in the eyes and tell me that once). You don’t have to have the fire codes memorized but you should have a pretty firm handle on good lab practices and safety coming in.
Honestly we’re a great company to work for. We’re not a big MSO, but we’re also not a bunch of ego’s in the room politics like you can get w/ some of the super small companies. Business is booming and there’s a lot of scramble as we expand which is either a huge plus or a huge negative depending on you. I like it, figuring out how to increase throughput and refine processes to keep up with demand are the fun problems to solve!
Anyway, if this sounds like an opportunity you’d be interested in exploring, shoot a resume over to me at AlexS@LighthouseSci.com and we can chat. Hope to talk soon!