Ensures the collection, sorting, and refurbishment of Transmission and Distribution stock and non-stock material, and Generation stock and non-stock material. Maintains scrap metal containers sorted by type for all scrap ferrous and non-ferrous metals collected. Maintains a working knowledge of the scrap metals markets (to include current price, trends, and regulations). Supports Investment Recovery as needed with collecting and staging assets for sale or proper disposal. Provides support for all Santee Cooper environmental related activities to include dedicating space for Universal Waste satellite storage and assisting in Spill Response.
Essential Job Tasks:
Operates container truck and other associated equipment to pickup and transport various containers, including but not limited to: scrap metals, recyclables, construction and debris, universal waste, and other material types as required. Sorts materials into appropriate bins/containers for refurbishment. Refurbished materials are returned to active stock. Scrap ferrous and non-ferrous metals are placed into appropriate bins/containers for sale via contract. Transports non-refurbished materials considered waste to the local landfill. Ensures proper sorting to minimizes landfill costs. Ensures the Asset Recovery Center (ARC) buildings, equipment, and tools are maintained and operated in a safe and efficient manner. Coordinates with Material Planning and Supply to ensure refurbished materials meet or exceed standards prior to the material being returned to active stock. Also works with Material Planning and Supply to adhere to and monitor type and quantity of refurbished materials to be returned to active stock. Coordinates with Line crews to ensure materials placed into collection containers (construction and debris, pole-top hardware, wire, wood-only, steel only) are placed in a safe and efficient manner that allows for the safe retrieval of those containers. Communicates any updates in laws/regulations with the Line Crews as the changes pertain to the materials placed into the collection containers. Utilizes the FIS Purchasing system in the preparation of specifications, Purchase Requisitions, LPOs, Releases, and Receipts to acquire equipment, parts, and services needed to accomplish assigned responsibilities. This duty is accomplished in compliance with corporate/unit policies/procedures. Assist Investment Recovery Agents in preparing for sales, donations, transfers, and disposing of materials. Coordinate transportation of material as requested by Investment Recovery Agents. Provide guidance to Investment Recovery Specialist B and C as well as contract labor and temporary Investment Recovery employees.
*Will consider Investment Recovery Specialist A, B or C
Investment Recovery Specialist A
High School Diploma/GED +5 years experience. Class A CDL required after 1 year of hire date. Must have forklift certification.
$21.80 - $27.25 (min.-mid.)
Investment Recovery Specialist B
High School Diploma/GED +2 years experience.Class A CDL required after 1 year of hire date. Must have forklift certification.
$17.80 - $22.20 (min.-mid.)
Investment Recovery Specialist C
High School Diploma/GED required. Class A CDL required after 1 year of hire date. Must have forklift certification within six months of hire date.
$16.00 - $20.00 (min.-mid.)
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