SPARC is Hiring!
We need team-oriented professionals that value diversity to help us support members and be the example for the cannabis community. We support our staff by offering full health benefits including medical, dental, vision, long-term disability, life, paid holidays, paid vacation, paid sick leave, and Employee Assistance Programs. Be part of a team who supports you, take part in shaping the movement and have fun doing it! Work in cannabis!
New to the cannabis community? Want a job in cannabis but not just any job? Looking for a professional organization who prides itself in helping the community and building and working with a great team that places importance in equity and inclusivity? Apply for an open position and learn how we do things differently!
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2. Prepare an up-to-date resume, and (optional) cover letter that speaks to SPARC’s needs and the specific position that you are applying for.
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Equal Opportunity and Equity Statement
The BPN-RPC and SPARC companies provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. We comply with all applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. We value diversity and promote a culture of inclusivity and respect for all people.
BPN-RPC Staffing, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Pursuant to Article 16, in conjunction with the San Francisco Office of Cannabis and other agencies, and in alignment with our commitment to workplace equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts SPARC will, within the constraints of local, state and federal laws, give priority consideration to applicants for employment that meet at least three of the following criteria:
At the time of application, is a member of a household that earns no more than 80% of the San Francisco Area Median Income, adjusted for household size;
During the period 1971-2016, was arrested for, convicted of, or adjudged to be a ward of the juvenile court for any crime under the laws of California or any other jurisdiction relating to the sale, possession, use, manufacture, or cultivation of Cannabis;
Since 1995, experienced housing insecurity in San Francisco, as evidenced by eviction, foreclosure, or revocation of housing subsidy;
Has a parent, sibling, or child who, during the period 1971-2016, was arrested for, convicted of, or adjudged to be a ward of the juvenile court for any crime under the laws of California or any other jurisdiction relating to the sale, possession, use, manufacture, or cultivation of Cannabis;
Attended a school under the jurisdiction of the San Francisco Unified School District for five years, either consecutively or in total, during the period 1971-2016; or
During the period 1971-2016, lived for at least five years, either consecutively or in total, in San Francisco census tracts where at least 17% of the households had incomes at or below the federal poverty level, as determined by the Director.