The Cannabis Act also known as Bill C–45 is almost here and as the recreational cannabis use is approaching, also are the companies who want to expand their businesses. Some companies have been trying the cannabis infused drinks, others prefer to keep it simpler.After Bill C-45 comes into force (this week!), it won’t be a crime to buy, consume, and grow your own weed in Canada, and of course, you’ll be able to work with it (some restrictions still apply). Adult tourists and residents will be completely allowed to walk into a government-approved store and purchase up to 30 grams of dried or fresh cannabis.Previously, we had explained how colleges are expanding and offering cannabis classes from growing to cultivating. Now, you won’t only be available to study about it. Recently, a great news hit the internet; A Canadian company is looking for cannabis experts to share their impressions about strains and pay them for it!
AHLOT is a curation company offering different choices in the cannabis industry in Canada. The Cannabis Curation Committee (CCC) includes expert-level connoisseurs who have lived with cannabis long enough to understand and express the differences between one strain from another.In this case, a seat on the Cannabis Curation Committee is a paid opportunity to directly impact AHLOT’s ongoing Cannabis Collections™ series. AHLOT is based in Toronto, Ontario. As a CCC member you are always welcome to drop by, but this role requires neither a physical presence in the office nor residence in Toronto. Candidates are welcome to apply from across Canada, and can perform their duties from their current location.
The vacant: it’s real!
Looking for a new income? According to their official website, they are looking for a “Cannabis Curator”; if you’re hired:
They will pay you $50/hour (to a maximum of 16 hours per month) to evaluate the best that Canada’s growers have to offer.
Expenses of $200/month will be covered.
5 Connoisseur Committee jobs available.
Specific details related to obtaining weed will depend on what province you live.
It looks simple, but you need experience. For this job position, you don’t only need to know the difference between sativa and indica, it’s more than that.This is one of up to 6 contracted positions. Chosen candidates will be required to provide feedback on cannabis strains on a regular basis, and report their findings via an online form.Also, CCC members may be asked to participate in other activities, such as writing social media posts, appearing in video segments pertaining to the curation role (solo and with other CCC members), and personal appearances at AHLOT events.
Similar to any other job
The CCC member role is a part-time activity and does not require leaving one’s current employment. A typical time commitment will be between 1 and 3 hours per week, not exceeding 12 hours per month. You may have the opportunity to travel (to attend an event or a physical meeting of the CCC) or to participate in a video segment planned by AHLOT. In these cases, you’ll be given ample advance notice and participation is at your discretion.The CCC serves a vital function within AHLOT, helping Canadians navigate the complex system of cannabis brands and strains. A diverse group of experts with varied backgrounds andexperiences ensures we have a strong collective set of values upon which our ultimate product choices are founded. What do you need? An incredible interest in cannabis and the ability to distinguish the often nuanced characteristics of different strains is desirable. Evaluation and reporting will include visual, factory and tactile examination of samples, and as such a deep familiarity with the plant is important.
Applications for Cannabis Curation Committee members is open from September 17, 2018 to October 17, 2018.If you think cannabis is more than recreational, probably this is a job for you!What do you think about these kind of job vacatures? Have you read recently anything similar? Comment bellow!