Temp to Hire, Seasonal Workforce & Executive Search

Let's face it the cannabis industry is a unique and special industry that deserves a unique and special recruitment and staffing team behind your corporate expansion goals! We offer top solutions from payroll solutions, security clearance, vetting, cannabis handlers permit verification, cannabis education, staffing and executive search. We have you covered in the HR department from A-Z.

About Us

Travis and Jessi Cox started CannabiStaff to help cannabis focused businesses thrive in the cannabis industry. Both Jessi and Travis understand your needs and help lead teams of HR professionals to ensure you have the best team at your disposal any time of year!

Executive & Seasonal Workforce Search Staffing Team

At CannabiStaff we work diligently to respond, review and execute your expansion goals while supporting your HR team! Find out how your team can scale quickly and save money by emailing or calling us today!


CannabiStaff works with everyone. We offer temp to hire, seasonal staffing and executive search services for the cannabis industry. Our clients have helped us pave the way for many people to enter the cannabis sector from other industries! Businesses like Bayer AG, Bayer Crop Sciences, Keirton, MedMen, Packaging Brothers, PhCanna For full client list, please email.


FAQs: Marijuana Worker Permits Are Required Example: Oregon

Most states and provinces require marijuana worker permits when working directly with cannabis. Generally, anyone working directly with cannabis will need a marijuana handlers permit before they can start work.

Who needs to have a marijuana worker permit?

All employees who perform work on behalf of an OLCC licensed producer, processor, wholesaler, or retailer, including the licensees working in a licensed business or managing information in CTS must possess a marijuana worker permit.

How do I apply for a permit?

Go to http://www.oregon.gov/olcc/marijuana/Pages/mjworkerpermit.aspx

How much does the worker permit cost?

The worker permit fee is $100 and is only due upon approval.

I took the on-line test for my workers permit, where is my permit?

Taking the online test is just the first step. To complete the process you need to apply for your worker permit online. Click on Register for a Worker Permit account and follow the directions that follow.

When I try to login, it says that I don’t have a valid token or password. What do I do?

You may use the same USERNAME and PASSWORD as you did for the testing site if you would like, however the website for the online test and the application need to registered for separately.

I got locked out of my account or forgot my password. Should I just create a new account?

No. Please email your USERNAME to marijuana.workerpermit@oregon.gov from the email address you used to register your account. You will receive an email response within 24 hours during regular business hours, M-F, 8am-5pm. Please allow for the next business day if you submit your request after 5pm on Fridays

I got an email stating that my account is in a DRAFT status or that I have something pending. How do I fix this?

Do not create an additional account. Log in to your account and follow the directions listed in
the email.

Will the OLCC be sending me my worker permit in the mail?

No. Worker Permits are available to be printed from your account dashboard after payment. Log in, click on Print my Worker Permit and print it off. This is what a Recreational Marijuana Worker Permit should look like:

How do I know if my criminal convictions will make me ineligible for a permit?

Denial criteria is located in the OLCC Division 25 rules, OAR 845-025-5540.

I work as a trimmer, why do I need to learn about checking ID’s?

All marijuana workers will take the same test, this will allow for you to change jobs within the industry if you so desire.

I am planning to work for a producer over the summer and go back to school in the fall, since I’m only working 3 months do I need a permit?

Yes, all employees, even seasonal employees need a worker permit.

I work at an OHA medical dispensary – do I need a worker permit?

Worker permits are only required for employees of businesses licensed by the OLCC. However, some medical marijuana businesses may ask you to get a worker permit.

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