All our current available positions are listed above. As we are entering a brand new industry and growing, more positions will be listed so please check back often.
As this is a brand-new industry, we are not using Autobots to screen resumes. We’re going old-school to make sure we can harvest the best applicants for our roles. Please complete the application questions and submit a current up to date resume for the position (s) you are interested in. All of our current available positions are listed above on our jobs page.
Tip: If you want to stand out, be prepared and add copies of any relevant qualifications such as SellSafe and/or your Qualified Cannabis Worker Certification to your application and do your research into our company, our values and think about why you want to work with us!
National Access Cannabis are actively working with the Alberta government to secure all of our NewLeaf store licenses in time for October 17th, or as soon as possible following legalization. When we get final confirmation on store license approvals, we will communicate it in real-time to our communities via NewLeaf’s website and social channels. From our standpoint, we have multiple locations ready to open, and will wait for the approval process to run its due course.
Yes. If you have lots of retail experience and have demonstrated that you are willing and able to learn (and retain) new things, make sure you apply! You may also want to enroll in some of the online training available to show that you’re taking some initiative and responsibility for your personal development.
Yes, you will definitely need to complete your AGLC SellSafe online as well as apply to be a Qualified Cannabis Worker. These are required by AGLC before you can even start work as one of our team members in a store. As these may take a while, it’s best to have these before you apply. For certain roles, such as Store Managers and above, you will be required to complete more extensive background checks and paperwork for the AGLC. If this is required, we will let you know during the recruitment process.