Associate Enforcement Counsel Cannabis Control Commission Worcester, MA


Salary $70,000 – $80,000 a year Job Type Full-time Full Job Description PURPOSE OF THE JOB The Associate Enforcement Counsel, under the direction of the Enforcement Counsel, is responsible for assisting the Investigations and Enforcement Department staff regarding legal matters with licensing, inspections, investigations, and suitability issues. This position will assist the enforcement units in implementing consistent regulatory compliance measures for the Commonwealth’s marijuana industry. In addition, the Associate Enforcement Counsel will assist in developing policies and proposing revisions to comply with legislative and regulatory changes with a focus on compliance and enforcement matters. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Foster the principles of the Commission’s Mission Statement among the staff and all stakeholders; Monitor developments in federal marijuana policy and state regulatory rulemaking and guidance; Conduct research comparing regulatory approaches in legalized marijuana jurisdictions; Coordinate responses to inquiries about licensing issues, investigations, and enforcement; Advise and work with the investigative, licensing, and enforcement staff related to any prospective or pending disciplinary actions involving an agent or licensee; Assist investigators and compliance officers with the legal analysis, factfinding, and drafting of Notices of Deficiencies, requests for information, written interrogatories, administrative subpoenas, and other investigative instruments to determine whether there is reasonable cause to believe that an entity or individual was in violation of 935 CMR 500.000, 935 CMR 501.000, M.G.L. c. 94G, M.G.L. c. 94I, or any other state laws or regulations in which the Commission has jurisdiction; Monitor licensee activity and conduct investigations through the Commission’s seed-to-sale inventory tracking system of record; Lead special investigations as assigned; Maintain administrative and investigative files to support any compliance and enforcement initiatives; Assist Enforcement Counsel in developing, implementing and facilitating department staff engagement with case management protocols; Conduct legal training programs for the licensing and investigative staff and for external stakeholders. Draft memoranda of…

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