Broken Coast Cannabis Ltd. is looking for an operations manager to join the team at our cannabis production facility. Broken Coast is a federally licensed producer of cannabis under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR), located in Duncan, BC.


The operations manager is responsible for all manufacturing & logistics activities from harvest through shipment to clients. This role will be directly accountable for driving operational effectiveness in planning, production, logistics, and occupational health and safety. The successful candidate will be a strong communicator and have a demonstrated track record of managing people, process, and equipment in a manufacturing setting.


  • Manage manufacturing and logistics portfolio , including hiring, training, scheduling, and performance management.

  • Lead planning, scheduling, procurement, and logistics.

  • On-time and on-cost delivery of product from harvest through shipment to customers.

  • Manage and control inventory levels of both product and supplies.

  • Ensure that production activities and finished product are compliant with both internal and regulatory standards.

  • Develop and document procedures.

  • Partner with quality assurance to identify and correct process gaps effectively and swiftly.

  • Develop, measure, monitor, and communicate operational KPIs for communication to senior management.

  • Manage departmental budgets and provide performance reporting as required.

  • Foster a continuous improvement culture and make recommendations on changes to team structure, process, and equipment.

  • Ensure process/equipment safety and adherence to all established and regulated OHS procedures.

  • Lead safety culture through a demonstrated commitment to OHS and membership on the joint occupational health & safety committee.

Experience & Education

  • Minimum bachelor’s degree in engineering, life sciences, or related discipline.

  • 5-10 Years of experience managing productivity, efficiency & process improvement in a manufacturing setting (preferably GMP or pharmaceutical).

  • 3-5 years direct management experience including hiring and performance management.

  • Experience managing planning, procurement, and logistics.

  • Previous experience managing manufacturing equipment lines.

  • Experience with small package pick/pack and order fulfillment an asset.
  • Previous experience with ERP systems an asset.
  • Experience authoring and reviewing technical documentation & SOPs.

  • Familiarity with batch record and pharmaceutical processing requirements.


Applications may be sent to Please include a cover letter with your application and reference competition 18-031 when applying.

We thank all applicants for their interest in the role, though only those short-listed will be contacted.

Competition: 18-024

Broken Coast Cannabis Ltd. is looking for a full-time Staff Accountant to work in the Finance department at our busy medical cannabis production facility. Broken Coast is a federally licensed producer of cannabis under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR), located in Duncan, BC.

Reporting to the controller, the staff accountant will be responsible for full cycle accounting and day-to-day financial transactions. Key accountabilities will include month-end reconciliations, account analysis, maintenance of the general ledger, AR/AP, and assistance with payroll.  The successful applicant will be a multi-tasker, attentive to detail and have strong written and oral communication skills.


  • Tracking, completion, and posting of day-to day financial transactions, receivables/payables, and payroll
  • Completion of required financial transactions with vendors and financial institutions
  • Maintenance of all electronic and manual payroll records
  • Completion of journal entries and preparation of account reconciliations
  • Analysis of account information and options by developing spreadsheet reports; verifying information
  • Preparation of monthly and annual accounting records
  • Preparation of provincial and federal related tax returns
  • Other duties as may be required from time to time by management

Requirements & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance
  • 2+ years experience in accounting or related field
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel and Word)
  • Proficiency in QuickBooks accounting software
  • Experience with AR/AP and payroll duties
  • Organized, efficient and attentive to detail
  • Demonstrated abilities to identify priorities and work independently  
  • Experience in a regulated environment is an asset
  • Eligible for Health Canada security clearance under the ACMPR

Please attach a resume and reference competition 18-024 when applying for this position.

Applications can be sent to

We thank all applicants for their interest in the role, though only those short-listed will be contacted.


Job Posting – Production Team Member

Broken Coast is growing, and we’re looking for full-time Production Team Members to join us in Duncan, BC.

As the key players that keep it all going behind the scenes, our Production Team Members support the entire production process including harvesting, trimming, packaging, and shipment of cannabis.

We’re proud to be at the forefront of a rapidly evolving industry, and this is an exciting time to join our team!

Who We Are

Broken Coast Cannabis is a medical cannabis producer based in British Columbia, licensed under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. We are proud to be Canadian owned and operated and adhere to Canada’s Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes regulations. Broken Coast is committed to providing fast and reliable service to our customers.

What We Look For

  • The ability to work quickly, efficiently, and reliably in a fast-paced work environment.
  • The ability to work at a repetitive task.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Enthusiasm to work as an engaged member of a rapidly evolving business.
  • The ability to sit and stand for long periods of time.
  • The ability to obtain security clearance under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations.


  • We offer extended health and dental benefits after 3 months.
  • We’re a fun, flexible company with a positive, people-first culture.
  • Great work-life balance and a reliable, predictable schedule.
  • Work in a clean, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility as part of a fantastic team of dedicated people!


To Apply

Piqued your interest? Apply directly to with your resume and cover letter, telling us about you and why you’d be an excellent addition to the Broken Coast team! A review of applications will begin April 16, and applications will be accepted until April 30, 2018.

Broken Coast thanks all applicants in advance for your interest – we look forward to hearing from you!


Broken Coast Cannabis Ltd., a licensed producer of marijuana under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR), is recruiting for a full-time entry level position with the grow team at their Cowichan Valley production facility. Reporting to the lead growers, this role will directly support plant production activities and help ensure timely and quality delivery of product.

The job duties include but are not limited to: 

  • Cutting clones
  • Transplanting
  • Pruning
  • Destruction of plant waste
  • Other support & production duties as required by management

 Successful candidates will have:

  • Ability to understand and follow documented procedures
  • Ability to follow direction and carry out tasks independently
  • Ability to perform repetitive & labour intensive work
  • Great attention to detail & ability to work cleanly and methodically.
  • Ability to obtain security clearance under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) 

Previous experience is not required and on the job training will be provided. However, an interest in growing plants is a requirement. 

Please include a cover letter explaining why you are interested in the position & reference competition 18-057 when applying for this role. Applications can be sent to

The IT Support Technician will primarily be responsible for the maintenance and deployment of hardware, software, and security infrastructure at BCC. Central to the role will be the accountability of ensuring that all IT infrastructure and systems are maintained such that interruptions to the business are minimized and all regulatory requirements are satisfied.


•             Ensure that BCC’s IT systems are functioning optimally to support business needs and activities

•             Maintain and manage internal IT assets, including networking, software, and issued hardware resources

•             Address IT support requests submitted via internal ticketing system

•             Maintain internal hardware asset tracking

•             Make recommendations on improvements to software, infrastructure, and hardware

•             Liaise with corporate IT to ensure that BCC systems & infrastructure are properly aligned

•             Execute & coordinate software and hardware purchasing and deployment

•             Other responsibilities as required by management

 Requirements & Experience:

•             2-5 years experience with IT infrastructure and network management

•             Hands on experience and proficiency in configuration and management of VOIP, and IP security cameras is a huge plus

•             Experience with backup and recovery software and methodologies

•             Document issue resolution using help desk ticketing system (ZenDesk)

•             Experience with configuring and maintaining network access points, switches, and firewall

•             Excellent problem solving and troubleshooting skills and written/verbal communication skills

•             Experience in a regulated environment is an asset

•             Eligible for Health Canada security clearance under the ACMPR

Applications can be sent to

Please attach both a resume and cover letter, referencing competition 18-052 when applying for this position.

Reporting to the master grower, as lead grower you will be responsible for ensuring all work related to your assigned coverage area is completed in a timely fashion, meets all scheduling timelines, and adheres to all internal and regulatory standards. This role will work directly with the Master Grower to ensure that the schedule is maintained and that all issues critical to crop production are communicated and resolved in a timely manner.

This role will be responsible for every plant in their assigned coverage area, from clone to harvest through curing the final product. Critical success factors for this role include attention to detail, the ability to respond rapidly to changing crop needs, and excellent communication.


Scheduling & Crop Management 

  • In conjunction with other lead growers, ensure that the plants required to maintain scheduled production are healthy and available.
  • Monitor the schedule daily to ensure that both plants and allocated resources are managed to meet requirements.
  • Cooperate with other lead growers and advise the team of any issues that are noticed anywhere in the facility.
  • Schedule and manage the assistant growers, ensuring that all work done by the team follows standard operating procedures and is executed to a high standard.
  • Make recommendations to the Master Grower regarding plant assignments and creation of mothers.

Systems & Equipment 

  • Ensure all control functions are working correctly and set to the correct state for all crops in the assigned area.
  • Populate the week’s work from the master schedule and coordinate daily tasks, ensuring standards for completion are met.
  • Ensure all feed requirements are met and monitored.
  • Ensure all equipment in assigned areas are calibrated and functioning correctly.
  • Ensure all tools and equipment in assigned areas section are functioning and set correctly.

 Other Accountabilities 

  • Train, Coach, and provide feedback to assistant growers, including direct participation in performance management.
  • Ensure that all work completed in the department is carried out in accordance with all internal and regulated OHS requirements, correcting any deficiencies that arise.
  • Work closely with quality assurance to discuss & resolve any issues encountered.
  • Maintain functional knowledge of the current pest monitoring and control regime and ensure monitoring, trap placement, and treatment are carried out safely and in accordance with approved procedures. 
  • Ensure that controlled plant/product inventory in the assigned section is correct, documented, and properly stored & maintained.
  • Make recommendations to the Master Grower regarding process improvements and changes.
  • Ensure adequate supply stock by monitoring inventory and triggering orders at when re-order points are met.
  • Ensure that all transactions for controlled inventory, including documentation and electronic records, are recorded properly and accurately.
  • Ensure timely submission of documentation and swift resolution of any inventory or labeling errors.

Requirements & Experience

  • 3-5 years of operational experience with plant cultivation
  • Ability to obtain ACMPR security clearance
  • Previous experience with hydroponics will be considered a strong asset.
  • Previous experience in other horticultural setting will be considered an asset.
  • Degree, diploma, or certificate in horticulture or cannabis cultivation an asset.
  • Previous experience working with GMP and quality systems an asset.
  • Ability to coordinate & supervise other staff.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong problem solving skills.
  • Mechanical aptitude an asset.

Strong preference will be given to candidates with previous hydroponics experience.

Please include a cover letter with your application and email to, referencing competition 18-049