Wyld produces the best tasting beverages and edibles on the market using real fruit and natural flavoring in our products. Consistent quality and stunning packaging makes Wyld an ideal choice to take on life’s adventures.
As a company, we hire individuals that seek adventure, test boundaries, and live life to the fullest. We love what we do and we work hard to be the best.
The compliance department ensures Wyld meets and exceeds governmental and industry standards across multiple states. As Compliance Specialist, your primary responsibilities include researching applicable law, investigating facts, and preparing documents as directed by the Director of Compliance. In addition, you will track new and changing regulations as applied to existing and anticipated products and clearly communicate information to appropriate departments.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Research, analyze, and accurately summarize sources of regulation, including applicable constitutions, statutes, regulations, articles, bulletins, and treaties concerning cannabis and hemp regulation in each state and at the national level
- Prepare documents for license applications, renewals, and audits
- Attend educational workshops, rulemaking committees, legislative hearings, and other public hearings affecting the cannabis industry to gather information on how any proposed or actual changes affect our employees and our business
- Conduct facility and record audits, review compliance reports, and review operational activity to, summarize findings and coordinate and communicate pertinent information and changes with appropriate departments
- Vet all SOPs affecting cannabis activities
- Coordinate with Operations, Legal, Sales, Inventory, and IT Departments regarding any day-to-day compliance questions
- Analyze licensing requirements for new states as directed by the Expansion Team when identifying new markets
- Prepare, review, and update internal resources for daily use and review by Sales, Operations, and Inventory departments
- Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university in history, business, law or a related field is recommended, or commensurate experience
- 1-3 years experience in work of a comparable character, such as experience/training in research and/or writing or work as a paralegal
- Proficiency in Microsoft office, data analysis, and Google Apps
- Active OLCC marijuana worker permit
- Must be able to effectively and concisely communicate in English, both verbally and written, with impeccable spelling and grammar, organized sentence structure, and coherent thought
- Must be capable of responding to rapidly evolving regulation, while providing accurate responses to day-to-day compliance issues
- Must be able to quickly research and accurately apply regulatory guidance to changing circumstances
- Possess basic mathematical skills: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
- Willing to submit to a background check
- Occasional travel may be required between work facilities
As a exempt employee, you'll receive a competitive salary, paid holidays, PTO and fully paid health, dental and vision insurance.
Wyld is an equal opportunity employer.