Gisborne, New Zealand based medicinal cannabis company Rua Bioscience who were the first local company to secure a license to cultivate medicinal cannabis are now looking for someone to help them grow their budding empire.
Advertised online this week, the cultivation project manager would "play a key role in setting up stage two of our cultivation and growing activities".
The ideal candidate would have a degree in horticulture and at least three years experience in both "large-scale" commercial growing and staff management.
In return for providing "hands-on support" for cultivation, running audits and overseeing budgets, the project manager would receive "competitive remuneration" and be part of a "fantastic work environment".
Rua Bioscience is the second company to advertise for cannabis growers since the Government passed its medicinal cannabis bill in December.
Helius therapeutics last month advertised for two "cultivation technicians" and said it was looking to more than triple its team of eight staff by the end of the year.