Sunday, January 6, 2013
The job posting (here and at the end of this blog) says the agency is looking for someone to manage just about everything that comes along with I-502, which passed in November, legalizing possession of small amounts of recreational marijuana for people 21 and older. That includes overseeing the board's establishment of rules for pot growers, processors and retailers and leading "state, local and federal agency collaboration." Plus, they'll guide outreach to the public, the media and lawmakers.
The gig pays between $80,510 and $87,664 a year and is based in Olympia. Along with a bachelor's degree in administration or management and experience navigating complex law, the person who'll take charge of building one of the first regulatory structures for pot in American history must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
Here's the ad: