Need help with your cannabis resume?

Cannabis ResumesIf you need help with your cannabis industry resume, then you came to the right place. The fact is, an average hiring manager will only spend about 15 seconds reviewing your resume for the first time, and in that time you really need to impress them.  So if you think you could benefit from the assistance of a seasoned resume professional, one with years of cross-functional experience in both the hiring industry and the cannabis industry, then get started today and send me your info for a free consultation.

Let’s put you on the path to success!

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Cannabis Industry Resume Help

To tell you a bit about myself, my name is JR Hindman and my professional credentials include over 15 years of combined experience as a staffing executive, career consultant, and freelance resume writer. I have owned and operated Pro Resume Builder LLC since 2010, and I have helped thousands of people to land their dreams jobs by providing them with effective resumes formatted to fit the needs of potential employers in just about every conceivable industry.

Cannabis Resume HelpI also moved to Colorado in 2010, and that was my formal introduction to the world of cannabis. I myself became a “caretaker” and learned all about the intricacies of growing high-grade marijuana, both in large production environments as well as small-scale growing operations. I worked with all sorts of cannabis professionals, and performed just about every task there is from seed to sale (trimmer, budtender, etc). In fact, this was how I supplemented my income for years as I was growing my resume writing business.

Then, in 2016, as the industry really started to take off and the rest of the US started to embrace legalized marijuana, my two worlds collided and 420 Resumes was born!

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Marijuana Careers & Cannabis Industry Jobs

Marijuana careers are some of the fastest growing careers in the world right now, and cannabis industry jobs are popping up everywhere. In the US alone, over half of the states have introduced some form of legalized medical marijuana, while a handful of other states have also legalized recreational usage (not to mention Canada…way to go, eh!).  It’s projected that the cannabis industry will create millions of new jobs in the upcoming decade, and it set to outpace jobs in manufacturing, utilities, and even the government!

Cannabis Industry ResumeSo, how do people break into the cannabis industry?
How do people start their marijuana careers?

Well first you need to decide what you want to do, and how you can bring value to a cannabis company. Let’s face it, not that many people have a diverse history in the cannabis industry because until recently there was no industry to speak of! So if you’re a newbie you’ll need to focus on your most transferable skills, and you’ll need to decide the best way to get your foot in the door. On the other hand, if you’re an experienced grower, or you’ve held other cannabis industry jobs in the past, then you’ll have a lot more to talk about on your marijuana resume. But either way, you will need to do some research if you want to succeed and land the perfect job for you.

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Cannabis Grower Resume

Horticulturists and hobbyists often have a tough time putting together their cannabis grower resume for a number of reasons, the most obvious being that a lot them don’t have any “legal” growing experience to brag about. But if you’re applying for a job as a Head Grower at a facility, your resume has to show that you are familiar with the intricacies of cannabis grow room climates, pest control, curing, etc. And if you can’t do that, why would they want to talk to you?

Now, if you’re a master grower with years of above-board experience then it should be easy to about yields and quote other statistics about your previous operations. But if you’re trying to transition into the cannabis industry it may be a bit harder, so the trick is to highlight your most impressive and relevant skill sets and to “talk the talk” as much as possible. Hopefully your marijuana grower resume will be good enough to at least land you an interview, and then you can sell yourself in person from there!

Cannabis Grower ResumeJobs that may be of interest in this area include: master grower, grower apprentice, grow site operations manager, general laborer, extraction technician, concentrates production, edibles production, trimmer, and cure management, amongst others.

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Cannabis Dispensary Resume

If you’re finding it difficult to create a resume for a cannabis dispensary, then you’re one of the many. A whole generation of job seekers are interested in careers in this field, and they’re making the transition from a number of different industries, bringing with them an array of different skill sets. So how do you make your cannabis dispensary resume stand out amongst the rest?

There are a variety of jobs available in a dispensary, after all. There’s the most obvious job, the budtender, but then there are a range of other jobs behind the scenes including: packaging, accounting, security, licensing, consulting, marketing, event planning, sales, brokering, and business development, just to name a few. So what do you want to do? What are your skill sets, and what do you have to offer as an employee of a dispensary?

Cannabis Dispensary ResumeThese are the questions that need to be addressed immediately on your cannabis dispensary resume. You need to show them how you will hit the ground running, and how you will immediately contribute to their bottom line. You need to show them that you are a quick learner, and that you get along well with others.

And if your resume can do all that then maybe, just maybe, you have a chance at landing an interview and taking it to the next step!

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How A Cannabis Resume Writer Works

If you’re curious how a cannabis resume writer works, then let me break it down for you. It’s a completely painless process, with really only 5 simple steps:

  1. Send me your previous resume along with any other information you would like to include on your new resume. If you don’t have an old resume to work from, then send me an email to request the Cannabis Resume Questionnaire.
  2. Once I have received all of your information, I will let you know if I have any further questions just to make sure I have all the pertinent facts about your education and background.
  3. After confirming your payment through the website, I will be begin crafting your new resume and will get everything back to you ASAP (typically within 24-48 business hours).
  4. Upon receipt of your new resume, you have a 7-day period to request minor revisions and I will work with you until you are satisfied and confident in sending those documents to potential employers.
  5. You go out there and land the perfect job for you! It’s that easy!

Contact Cannabis Resume Writer

So what are you waiting for?! If you think you could benefit from the assistance of a seasoned cannabis resume writer, then send me your info or request to fill out the Cannabis Resume Questionnaire. Once I’ve collected all your info and your payment has been processed, I can typically have everything back to you within 24-48 hours.

Get started today! Let’s put you on the path to success!

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