COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND EDUCATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE
COE Representative is a professional who leads educational efforts to drive revenue and exploration of new revenue channels in the emerging medical cannabis market. This position will pioneer Virginia’s medical cannabis program on behalf of the Dharma. This position is responsible for provider education about medical cannabis and specifically about Dharma products. The COE Representative is expected to create a state-wide strategic sales plan based on those goals that will promote revenue growth for the company across retail and wholesale channels of distribution.
CORE JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Develop a strategic plan and build provider and patient participation in the medical cannabis system that is focused on providing relief to those patients that have been approved by the Commonwealth of Virginia.
- Rapidly expand the addressable patient population: Establish a network of recommending providers to enable patients seeking relief to safely and responsibly access the necessary resources.
- Work closely with the team to educate the Virginia medical community on the key benefits, proper treatments, and responsible use of medical cannabis and Dharma’s products.
- Develop strong relationships and rapport with the Virginia provider community centered around growing greater understanding of the Dharma products, medical cannabis treatments at large, usage benefits, and the legal environment in Virginia.
- Build provider accounts through targeted in-person meetings and presentations to the Virginia medical community.
- Facilitate the registration of providers into Virginia’s recommending registry so as to increase patient access to qualified medical advice.
- 2+ years of progressive experience in Pharmaceutical Sales, Nursing or experience in Alternative Medicine, Pharmaceuticals, or Nutraceuticals.
- 75% travel is required.
- Bachelor's degree preferred.
Technical proficiency in MS Office, excellent communication skills, negotiation and sales skills, highly motivated and target driven with a proven track record in sales, strong organizational and time management skills.
Knowledge of Cannabis policy and law.
Ability to make decisions as necessary with oversight when needed.
Ability to manage multiple projects at a time.
Demonstrated experience in a position requiring critical-thinking, problem-solving, planning and assessment.
Physical requirements include standing, bending, and lifting up to 50 pounds.
Organized, understanding of legal rules and regulations, government reporting and record keeping. .
Physical requirements include standing, bending, and lifting up to 50 pounds..
The Compliance I QA Manager has overall responsibility for Company adherence to all local, state, and Company policies and procedures, laws, rules and regulations. This position works in collaboration with Cultivation, Processing, Retail, IT, Human Resources, and ensures the Board of Directors, management and employees are in compliance with the rules and regulations of regulatory agencies, that company policies and procedures are being followed, and that behavior in the organization meets the Company's Standards of Conduct. This position participates with other management staff in charting the direction of the Company, ensuring its accountability to all constituencies, and ensuring its effective operation. Within the Company, the position has primary working relationships with the senior management team, security, cultivation, extraction and processing, and the dispensing management. Outside the Company, the position coordinates, primarily, with regulatory agencies and independent testing laboratories. The Compliance/QA Manager will work directly with the Cultivation and Processing team for tight controls and management of all product inputs and final products to ensure the highest product quality. This position oversees all inventory management and tracking as well as recordkeeping to improve business efficiencies and Company asset protection. The Compliance I QA Officer is responsible for tracking the Company Diversity Programs.
CORE JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Drafts and monitors all compliance procedures. Continually reconciles and monitors inventory to maintain full compliance with state and local law. Maintains communication with all state and local law enforcement and regulatory agencies in order to ensure complete compliances across Cultivation, Processing, Dispensing, Asset Protection, and IT.
- Establish and develops operational protocol.
- Ensures compliance with regulations and controls by examining and analyzing records, reports, operating practices, and documentation; recommending opportunities to strengthen the internal control structure.
- Complies with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions.
- Ensures proper reporting of violations or potential violations to duly authorized enforcement agencies as appropriate and/or required
- Ensure the record keeping meets the requirements of auditors and government agencies.
- Bachelor's degree or 4 additional years of experience
- 2+ years’ experience in a regulatory, compliance, or ISO environment.
- Regulated industry experience in pharmaceuticals is preferred.