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Government Program Manager

Company: Metrc LLC
Location: Sacramento
Posted on: June 25, 2022

Job Description:

GENERAL OVERVIEW The Program Manager will provide leadership and guidance on Metrc's RFID Program and future RFID initiatives within the organization. This role will support projects that optimize inventory management processes across the organizations regulatory tracking platform and any future supply chain efforts. The position will work across the user community to define, qualify, and prioritize projects utilizing RFID technology. The RFID Program Manager will lead and achieve operational excellence through the advancement of customer experience, leveraging an approach that considers all interdependent, interrelated processes that occur within our regulatory compliance systems. This role will have internal interaction with key management, support, technology, and operations within the company. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Live Metrc's Core Values - Every day and all the time. Successfully manage, maintain, and grow your Metrc State programs to a world class standard. Foster client-agency relationships through frequent communication of updates, a thorough understanding of the Metrc system and State regulations, and regular productive meetings with the client-agency. Provide insight into general practices taken across all client agencies to allow for informed decisions on changes to the Metrc system. Generate documentation of State processes and requests for Enhancement Service Orders (ESO) and communicating all updates in changes in status to necessary parties Create messaging for the industry to effectively communicate changes in the system Deliver the required documentation and services during the deployment of a new program to ensure that the expected project schedule is met Coordinate internal Metrc departments to provide additional resources to client agency requests Monitor reported issues to ensure that all communication encourages compliant behavior Maintain oversight on Metrc environment configurations for client agencies Understand all current Metrc system offerings and/or identifying resources to convey the Metrc system offerings for any scenario presented by a client-agency Demonstrate all Metrc system offerings to client agencies and/or licensed businesses using the platform. Maintain weekly, monthly, and quarterly reporting of the programs Maintain Teamwork project management site(s) or any future project management tool implemented Assist / coordinate meeting preparations and travel arrangements when traveling to our client agencies

QUALIFICATIONS- KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES Two+ years working in Software within an Account Management/Customer Success Role College Degree or Equivalent Working Experience Outlined Preferred Experience with Government Projects Preferred Background in Regulated Cannabis Industry and Government Policies This role is required to be located in Sacramento, CAPHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT This role is a remote position when not performing travel based on business needsModerate travel, around 30 - 50%, may be required (based on business need). Travel is typically by company car and or commercial air carrierOccasional evening and weekend work are required. Business travel will include meeting with client agencies at their offices and visiting cannabis business operators that grow, process, test, and sell cannabis productsFrequently required to sit Frequently required to talk or hear Continually utilize visual acuity to operate equipment, read technical information, and/or use a keyboard. PI183209838

Keywords: Metrc LLC, Sacramento , Government Program Manager, Executive , Sacramento, California

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