We are currently seeking a Project Manager I, that can coordinate all activities for the receipt and shipment of household hazardous waste materials in accordance with applicable Federal, State, and local regulations and Stericycle policies, practices and procedures.
Essentials and Responsibilities:
•Coordinates daily activities, performance and development, and employee training in accordance with Stericycle Human Resources policies, practices and procedures.
•Schedules all work activities related to receipt and shipping of waste.
•Conducts Safety Meetings to ensure that all plant employees comply with all job safe operating procedures including equipment maintenance.
•Ensures a clean and orderly work area is maintained at all times, proper chemical storage, proper labeling and handling techniques, and proper use of personal protective equipment.
•Facilitates and or conducts compliance inspections in the plant, and implements corrective actions based on results of compliance inspections. May move trucks in the plant.
•Provides production reports to management.
•Directs the shipping, receiving, packaging, and processing of hazardous waste materials in compliance with standard operational procedures and regulatory requirements.
•Coordinates segregation, transfer and compacting procedures according to company policies, job safe practices, and quality assurance guidelines.
•Maintain compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements.
•Inspects work area for proper storage, labeling, leakage, and equipment or material deficiencies, and correct any deficiencies.
•Reports and responds to plant emergencies as needed in accordance with the Contingency Plan.
•Performs other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience:
•Education equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in business, engineering or science, or the equivalent in related work experience.
•PMP certification is a plus.
•Two or more years of experience in Household Hazardous Waste management.
•40-hour HAZWOPER certified.
•Two or more years experience in the hazardous waste industry.
•Two or more years experience with hazardous waste segregation.
•Demonstrate competency in DOT, RCRA and OSHA regulations.
•Be able to successfully direct and motivate co-workers.
•Knowledge of hazard classes, chemical compatibilities, and segregation.
•Familiar with DOT shipping, packaging, and labeling requirements for hazardous waste.
•Good analytical and problem solving skills and communication skills.
•Ability to read and interpret signs, labels, waste documents, manifests, procedures, and regulations.