Pure Sunfarms is a vertically integrated, large-scale, low-cost supplier of high-quality cannabis to the Canadian adult recreation market, headquartered in Delta, BC, with offices in Vancouver. Our principal business is the sale of cannabis to Licensed Producers. As a 50/50 joint-venture of Village Farms and Emerald Health Therapeutics, Pure Sunfarms is backed by two of the country’s leaders in high-tech greenhouse growing.

We are trail blazing this industry with some serious clout – and by serious, we mean a 30-year track record of operating mega-scale greenhouses. We are led by a team of seasoned executives along with a team of cultivation experience from around the world. Let’s just say - we are building and operating on a whole new level.

Here is where you come in as the Production Group Lead for our Delta facility.  As a key member of the Operations Team that oversees the Production Team Leads and other processing staff, you will be serving as a key point of contact and facilitating the safe, hygienic, and efficient processing of cannabis.

Your attention to detail, ability to maintain a safe, clean work space and comply with standard operating procedures is proven to be a model for others. You are an energetic self-starter with the ability to take initiative and identify opportunities to be able to deliver a consistently high-quality product.


  • Ensures the team executes their responsibilities safely, efficiently, and in a way that maintains exceptional product quality throughout the process.

  • Meets and exceeds production targets and remain in constant communication with the Production Manager regarding variances from daily goals.

  • Ensures the daily instruction(s) received from the Production Manager are being followed.

  • Ensures the trim and dry room’s are operating in accordance with all standard operating procedures, safety standards, and quality control directives.

  • In conjunction with the Production Team Lead, oversees daily pre-inspections and post-inspections of all trimming equipment, tools, and materials.

  • Maintains the highest levels of cleanliness and sterility inside the production area.

  • In conjunction with the Production Manager, administers training programs to the staff.

  • Oversees the daily logging of production room activities including, but not limited to, active processing, sanitation, general cleaning, surface testing, safety inspections, etc.

  • Demonstrates consistent attention to detail in all aspects of the procedure for the specific processing area.

  • Serves as a resource and point of contact for processing staff, paying specific attention to the health and safety requirements of workers in the processing facility.

  • Ability to work varied shifts in order to meet business requirements.


We are essentially a start-up, rolling up our sleeves to build something bigger than ourselves. Other duties may arise from time to time and as a team, we look to support each other.


We already know you are passionate about planning, but we want to know more about your story and experiences. You’re good at the following:

  • Organizing and prioritizing your work to meet deadlines and can adapt to unexpected priorities.

  • Leading a team and taking on roles of increasing responsibilities

  • Working well alone or in a collaborative team environment.

  • You are proficient in the use of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel).

  • Exercising professional judgment and decision-making.

  • You are dependable and consistently at work and on time.

  • Following instructions and direction and soliciting feedback to improve performance.

  • Attention to detail and excellent communication, both verbal and written skills.

  • Attend applicable training to support improved business practices and enhance career growth.

  • Must have the ability to obtain and pass a RCMP Criminal Record Check and maintain security clearance.

We offer an energetic and supportive environment where your skills and experiences will be valued and recognized.