Inventory Control Coordinator

About Token Naturals 

Token Naturals is an Edmonton-based independent cannabis company, creating products for companies and consumers. With a Standard Processing licence from Health Canada, Token’s central Edmonton facility focuses on extract and derivative products. We serve B2B clients with white label and contract manufacturing, and have our own consumer lines in the cannabis beverage space. 

Our company is powered by people. We take a values-forward approach and our community spirit is high. Ours is a startup environment, which means that we each often wear many hats to meet the company goals; the job will not be siloed nor rigid. We offer a flexible, remote-heavy work environment and a fun and friendly team compiled of individuals from all backgrounds and demographics. We’re proud to be an organization that champions diversity. Token is minority-led and majority owned by shareholders who identify as visible minorities and/or women. 

 

Position Overview

Reporting to the Production Manager, the Inventory Control Coordinator is responsible for organizing shipping, receiving, verifying inventory accuracy, investigating, and resolving errors and exceptions between physical stock for both cannabis and non-cannabis inventory.   Working with the Production Manager on required items for production and managing and reordering of inventory, the position works as a member of a team in the completion of all administrative functions as required.

A criminal record check is required.

 

Application Requirements

Applicants selected to move forward in the hiring process may be assessed on the knowledge, skills, abilities, and competencies as outlined.

Education and Experience:

Preferred qualifications include:

Knowledge

Skills and Abilities

Behavioural Competencies

The following competencies are requirements of the position:

We provide accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities in the job application process. Applicants must be legally entitled to work according to the relevant provincial / territorial legislation and regulations.

 

To apply:  Applicants should send a resume and introductory cover letter to careers@milimakamiles.com 

Ensure your resume includes your educational accomplishments, employment history including start and end dates (month and year) of your employment, and any relevant information that relates to the job to which you are applying.