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Delta 9 is currently looking to start adding talented individuals to our team who share our vision for this new and exciting industry.

We are a fast paced start-up work environment looking for passionate motivated individuals who are devoted to not only producing the highest quality in cannabis based medicines, but also to providing our customers with the highest quality of care and service.

We have opportunities in all areas including; Sales and Customer Care, Marketing and E-Marketing, Production and Distribution, Retail and Products, Corporate Development, and Finance. We would encourage applicants to pursue any position that fits with their experience and ambitions and to indicate which positions they are interested in when submitting their application.

You can view current listings below as well additional job listings on indeed.

If you are interested in joining our team please send your resume and cover letter to

We thank all applicants for submitting their information but we will only contact those candidates considered for an initial interview. In the event that you are not contacted, we will be keeping your resume on file for future opportunities. As positions become available we will contact all suitable candidates to arrange interviews.

Current Openings

Delta 9 Cannabis is Manitoba’s largest Health Canada-licensed producer of cannabis and Manitoba’s only licensed distributor of cannabis products.  We are now expanding our business to include retail Cannabis stores specializing in meeting and exceeding customer needs for locally and nationally grown cannabis strains. With recreational store legalization in a few months, we are looking for enthusiastic and knowledgeable leader(s) to join our Delta 9 Cannabis team as our Store Managers. Our store network will be expanding quickly so do not miss your opportunity to join the exciting Cannabis industry with Delta 9.

Position Summary

Our Store Managers provide strong leadership at store level, promoting respect, honesty, and fairness among our store team members and ethical service to our customers.  This includes inspiring, encouraging and coaching our people to be at their best so they can provide our customers with helpful and socially responsible service in a secure, clean environment with appropriate levels of product, attractively displayed and properly accounted for.

Other responsibilities include: analyze and develop action plans to drive top line sales, maintain payroll budgets, recruit and hire appropriately to ensure the store is properly staffed at all times, manage cost effective store operations, ensure consistency and compliance, and ensure the individual skills of the team are utilized effectively to create a positive customer experience.

General Duties (include but are not limited to):

  • Implement effective social responsibility and compliance measures
  • Identify store training needs and providing ongoing coaching and training opportunities to the team as needed
  • Develop action plans to address performance issues, as required.
  • Utilize company tools to stay current regarding salable merchandise as well as maintain online and in-shop product menus
  • Plan and adjust weekly employee schedules along with securing replacement staff when needed. Actively recruit to ensure open positions are filled quickly.
  • Responsible for cash management practices; money orders, change, deposits, cash reconciliation, tracking daily sales and expenses in POS, etc.
  • Ensure a welcoming environment for the customer as well as quickly responding to customer needs
  • Plan, coordinate, and lead employee meetings
  • Ensure all pricing, signage, and displays are correct
  • Receive regular product and vendor deliveries and ensure sales floor displays are fully stocked at all times.
  • Responsible for inventory management and records reconciliation
  • Responsible for creating and submitting biweekly merchandise orders based on the store’s needs
  • Regularly communicate with upper management to discuss strengths, opportunities, and trends in the industry
  • Provide consistent, in the moment, feedback and coaching to staff
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies and procedures, including workplace health and safety.
  • Meet KPI goals, manage staff hours and expenses to budget.
  • Active involvement in community events as appropriate.
  • Responsible for all store administrative functions.



  • Must be a minimum of 19 years of age
  • Must have 4 years of prior retail management experience
  • Post-secondary education in Business Accounting courses or equivalent
  • Must be enthusiastic, friendly, optimistic, outgoing, and a team player
  • Marketing and networking experience a plus
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel)
  • Ability to analyze data to make decisions
  • Must have excellent attendance and professionalism
  • Knowledge of and experience working with Cannabis is preferred
  • Must be detail oriented and able to handle cash, and operate a POS register
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check (excluding Cannabis related charges)
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Strong organizational, communication, time management and problem solving skills
  • Available to work rotating shifts including: days, evenings, weekdays, weekends, and some holidays
  • Prior work experience in a regulated environment is a definite asset.
  • Knowledge of Bill 11: The Safe and Responsible Retailing of Cannabis Act.
  • Willingness and flexibility to relocate to other Manitoba communities would be an asset for upcoming rural stores.

What We Offer:

  • Exciting opportunity to join a dynamic and fast-growing company
  • Competitive wages
  • Industry specific training
  • Benefits package

Wages to be determined by knowledge & experience.

We thank all applicants for taking the time to submit their resumes, but we will only contact those candidates considered for an initial interview.

If you meet the above qualifications and have the desire to work in a dynamic and growing industry, you are encouraged to provide your resume, in confidence to:

We thank all applicants for submitting their information but we will only contact those candidates considered for an initial interview.

Delta 9 Bio-Tech Inc. is looking for a full-time Human Resource Advisor to join our operations team. As a Winnipeg based, federally licensed producer of cannabis. Delta 9 is a Manitoba leader with a dynamic and “growing” work environment.

The Human Resources Advisor will support management in the delivery of essential Human Resources services and be the front line contact for our employees.  The primary focus of this role will be talent acquisition but the position will also involve employee relations, training and development, benefit & payroll administration performance management and policy/procedure administration.


Staffing and Recruitment                                                                                   

  • Draft job descriptions in cooperation with departmental management
  • Determine the most effective methodology to attract potential candidates
  • Place advertisements and on-line postings as required
  • As the first point of contact for all new employees, manage resume intake and respond to questions regarding employment opportunities in the company
  • Conducts preliminary interviews based on position criteria
  • Schedule secondary interviews for management
  • Counsel management regarding appropriate interview questions in keeping with all applicable legislation (Human Rights, Employment Standards etc)
  • Assist management craft appropriate interview questions
  • Conduct reference checks to verify candidate credentials and interface with Backcheck as part of the reference check process
  • Prepare offers of employment letters for Management’s signature
  • Attend career fairs at colleges/universities as required and appropriate
  • Coordinate campus co-op programs for the company, as required
  • Conducts new employee orientation training
  • Creation and management of employee files

Human Resources Administration                                                                                             

  • Enter employee information into the Human Resources/Payroll Information System
  • Enroll employees in company benefits plans and answer employees’ questions
  • Ensure that any Workers Compensation forms are submitted in a timely manner; report serious instances to the WS&H Branch
  • Maintain and update the HRIS database ensuring accuracy of records and produce system reports
  • Update employee files with training records and policy change sign-offs
  • Monitor access fobs for all employees
  • Ensure Employee records are secure at all times
  • Create and tabulate manual timesheets regarding hours worked in a pay period; create timesheets for new employees
  • Assist management in determining appropriate accommodated duties, as required
  • Preparation of Confirmation of Employment Letters
  • Assist management in the creation of any required performance related letters (disciplinary, commendations, termination, etc.)
  • Provide support to the Training & Development area in the creation of training materials and arranging venues.
  • Recommend and/or create new policies/procedures upon direction of management.

Employee Relations                                                                                                                     

  • Provide employees with information concerning the interpretation of company policies, benefit plans
  • Provide advice to supervisors concerning provincial legislation such as the Employment Standards Code, Human Rights Code etc.
  • Coordinate any time off requests with employees and management – notify employees of decision.

General Provisions

  • Take reasonable care to protect personal safety and the safety of others by following all safety rules, wearing all personal protective clothing, using all safety equipment as may be required for the position.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience

  • Completion of a Human Resource degree or diploma program is required.
  • A Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation is considered an asset.
  • A minimum of 3-5 years in an HR generalist role including staffing and recruitment, benefits, compensation, Canadian employment law, and employee relations, plus 3-6 months on the job is required.
  • The candidate must have superior computer skills including the Microsoft Office suite of products. Excellent grammar, spelling and writing skills are required in addition to above average customer service telephone skills.
  • An extreme level of accuracy is required.
  • A discriminating level of confidentially and discretion is required at all times.

If you meet the above qualifications and have the desire to work in a dynamic and growing industry, you are encouraged to provide your resume, in confidence to:

We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted

Delta 9 Bio-Tech Inc. is looking for some part-time Harvesters to join our operations team. As a Winnipeg based, federally licensed producer of cannabis. Delta 9 is a Manitoba leader with a dynamic and “growing” work environment.

Delta 9 Bio-Tech Inc. is seeking Harvesters/Trimmers to join our expanding team. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience in a labour position, ideally in an ACMPR environment. Harvesters/Trimmers must be flexible with shiftwork and comfortable working in warehouse working conditions. Successful candidates will exude passion for plants and strong attention to detail.

Responsibilities will include

  • Harvest and trim plants using hand cultivation tools; operate and maintain equipment according to SOPs
  • De-leaf, separate and hang buds quickly and efficiently;
  • Consistently and routinely inspect plants for disease and pests; perform quality control inspections of final trimmed products;
  • Weigh and record materials for performance tracking and complete all required documentation; ensure waste products are accurately labeled and documented appropriately;
  • Move cannabis (pre- and post-processed) between production environments in an efficient and sanitary manner;
  • Ensure all equipment and rooms (grow, processing and dry rooms) have been cleaned and sterilized according to SOPs and ACMPR requirements;
  • Assist with inventory counts as required;
  • Communicate issues with management in a timely manner;
  • Other duties as assigned by management.



  • Solid understanding of cultivation or gardening techniques;
  • Knowledge of marijuana plant anatomy and strains;
  • Understanding of documentation procedures.


  • Manual dexterity and motor coordination; Good eye-hand coordination;
  • Strong attention to detail and skilled in precision work while maintaining consistency;
  • Exceptional organizational and time management skills to ensure consistency of product;
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to thrive in a team environment.


  • Ability to stay focused and complete redundant and routine tasks;
  • Capable of working efficiently in independent and team environments;
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to follow strict operating procedures;
  • Able to stand and/or sit for prolonged periods of time and capable of climbing ladders;
  • Capable of lifting 60 lbs. and ability to work in humid greenhouse conditions.
  • Comfortable with working in confined spaces for long periods of time

Other Qualifications and Experience

  • Completion of High School Diploma or equivalent;
  • Previous harvest and labour experience; MMAR/ACMPR experience considered an asset;
  • Must be able to pass a criminal record check;
  • Previous experience with ACMPR considered an asset.

If you meet the above qualifications and have the desire to work in a dynamic and growing industry, you are encouraged to apply here:

We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted