Assistant General Manager, Delta
Tweed
Delta, BC, Canada
5d ago

The Company

With millions of square feet of licensed cannabis production and operations spanning five continents, Canopy Growth Corporation ( Canopy Growth ) is the largest legal producer of cannabis in the world.

It is a listed company on the Toronto Stock Exchange (WEED), the New York Stock Exchange (CGC), and is part of the S&P Composite Index.

Its wholly owned subsidiaries including its flagship, Tweed, and international medical companies operating under the Spectrum Therapeutics brand are leading producers of legal, regulated cannabis.

Headquartered in Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canopy Growth recognizes that employees are at the core of its success, and takes pride in a corporate culture that emphasizes inclusiveness, collaboration, and diversity.

Our employees come from a wide range of backgrounds, each bringing their own unique skills and talents to the table, working together to continue and increase our incredible momentum of growth.

The Opportunity

As an Assistant General Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing the facility of BC Tweed in Delta, while working closely with the team to accomplish set goals.

You will need to work alongside the Canopy management team in order to align with all company policies and procedures that are required.

Responsibilities

  • Overseeing the BC Tweed facility in Delta.
  • Reporting into General Manager, you will ensure that operations are consistent with Canopy’s human resource, IT, and general operational structure.
  • Ensure that the facility operates to the exact standards developed by Canopy, adapted with permission as necessary for the Canadian Market.
  • Manage ongoing operating performance against plans and budget completion, including the scheduling of all resources required for harvest, post-harvest production, packaging, storage and shipping.
  • Ensure that all Health Canada and corporate regulations and policies are being met with the support of the Canopy QA team and guidance from Canopy’s QA team.
  • Ensure operational practices are compliant with the regulatory framework.
  • Work with the procurement team in order to provide all materials and services needed to operate the facility.
  • Ensure that Health, Safety and Environmental standards are compliant with British Columbia’s Occupational Health and Safety Regulation (OHSR) and WorkSafeBC.
  • Investigate issues and implement corrective actions.

  • Develop and implement projects to increase efficiency, yield, productivity and capacity across all processes, always in a manner that remains consistent with the precise intellectual property and process of Canopy and ensuring the required quality.
  • Determine staffing requirements, interview, hire and train new employees in coordination with HR.
  • In conjunction with the management team, successfully perform according to the expectations and under the budget and KPIs established.
  • Ensure that Canopy best practices, standard work methods, and Lean methodology are used across the site.
  • Ensure all work activities are documented timely and correctly to achieve on-time performance.
  • Lead all operational planning and review meetings to ensure harvests are conducted on-time and assets are fully utilized.
  • Lead and manage direct reports up from the Operations, Facilities Manager, and the Cultivation Manager to achieve operational targets.
  • Lead and champion change management activities, including communicating the change and its desired impact on the operation, involving stakeholders, planning, execution, monitor and control, and completion of the project.
  • Coordinate effectively with the Human Resources department to identify and address Employee Relations issues and promote Employee Engagement.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Experience

  • Business Education is an asset.
  • Experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing or related environment.
  • Experience in a large-scale environment.
  • Excellent knowledge of GMP and regulatory agencies.
  • Knowledge of Lean Manufacturing and Continuous Improvement processes Green Belt Certification is an asset.
  • Strong experience leading and administrating large projects and budgets.
  • Excellent communication and relationship skills.
  • Profit and Loss experience.
  • Financial Experience Budget and Expenses.
  • Strong ability in developing teams.
  • Strong technical skills.
  • Able to communicate clearly both in a board room setting and on the work floor.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Leadership and negotiation skills.
  • Experience in directing process improvement and working according to KPIs.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team.
  • At least five years’ experience of working in a senior role with multiple direct reports in manufacturing industry preferred.
  • Other Details

    This is a full-time position based out of our Delta, British Columbia facility. Depending on your seniority and what you bring to the table, we’ll figure everything else out.

    We appreciate the interest from all candidates, and promise to review all applications, but we will only be contacting those who best fit the requirements.

    If you don’t hear from us, don’t fret; every resume we get is kept in our database for six months for consideration in future searches for talent.

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