The Regulatory Coordinator is a member of the Regulatory Affairs team and primarily responsible for maintaining our database of licensed cannabis businesses. Raw data is obtained through a combination of open records requests and web-based research. On a regular schedule, the Coordinator updates our database and runs regular checks to confirm its accuracy.
- Collect license data from government agencies via open records requests. We have attorneys on staff to help with the legalities, but you will be submitting the requests and following-up as necessary.
- Collect license data from government websites. You will be downloading spreadsheets, converting PDFs, copying and pasting from web pages, and performing individual look-ups.
- Once license data is collected, you will compare it to our existing data to identify records that have updated or are new. You will apply a variety of data cleansing techniques to make the data suitable for presentation and upload it to SV.
- You will develop and maintain internal documentation of our data collection and update procedures.
- Assist team members with administrative and organizational tasks, including internal content updates and file maintenance.
- Excellent data entry, analysis, and manipulation skills. You must be able to efficiently and accurately work with data that comes in a variety of formats, identify new or changed data, then format and upload the data. It requires strong spreadsheet skills and very high attention to detail.
- Superb organizational skills. You must be able to document tasks and assignments in an efficient, logical manner and provide the supervisor with concise and informative updates.
- Strong independent work ethic. We value individual accountability and expect employees to seek guidance when needed, keep co-workers apprised of status, multi-task, demonstrate initiative, and accomplish their assignments on time.
- Bachelor’s degree, preferably in a related field.
- Experience with data analysis or manipulation tools.
- Experience in any of the following types of companies or industries would be helpful: software, startup, cannabis, regulatory, compliance, audit, licensing.