Under limited direction directs, supports, and services assigned organizations requiring the processing and disposition of hazardous and non-hazardous waste materials. Acts in a professional and courteous manner, meeting all customers’ needs in regards to waste packaging, segregating, transporting, profiling, training and addressing other customer needs.
•Conduct various activities in a hazardous/non hazardous waste facility including but not limited to: container inspections, switching out of full containers, sorting pharmaceutical waste while complying to federal, state, and local rules and regulations, also consulting with the organization’s staff for best practices.
•Manifest and coordinate the transport of waste safely and according to all federal, state, and local rules and regulations. Schedule waste pickup. Provide work direction to lower level staff.
•Coordinate the identification, segregation, and packaging of chemicals according to DOT & EPA guidelines.
•May facilitate site visits and meetings from regulatory agencies and industry professionals. Promote staff training, conduct facility inspection audits and documentation/record keeping of program implementation.
•Acts as liaison in resolving issues/concerns for clients including, but not limited to, miscellaneous route inquiries, re-routes, request for extra pick-ups, request for change in pick-ups, and request for containers.
•Performs various regulatory compliance and safety tasks. Performs weekly inspections and maintains inspection records.
•Performs warehouse work related to receipt, shipment, storage, distribution, or delivery of waste materials. Loads, unloads, moves, or stores items according to delivery or routing documents, or supervisor instructions and performing general housekeeping duties.
•Perform customer surveys to assess service needs, rollout of program to new sites.
•Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
•Education equivalent College Degree in Environmental Science, Biology, or other related field preferred, along with two or more years of experience, preferably in the waste management/pharmaceutical/environmental industry, demonstrating sound knowledge in working with chemicals/chemical lab packing.
•Must be able to speak and write fluently in English and Spanish.
•In the absence of a degree, the equivalent in related work experience would include five or more years of experience, preferably in the waste manage-ment/pharmaceutical/environmental industry, demonstrating sound knowledge in working with chemicals/chemical lab packing.
•Demonstrates strong working knowledge of Environmental/Regulatory rules and re-quirements including RCRA, DOT, DEA, OSHA a plus.
•Demonstrates knowledge of the segregation, disposition, and transportation or multiple waste streams.
•Possession of 40-hour HAZWOPER, Advanced DOT, and HAZCOM certification(s).
•Demonstrates the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, gaining a thorough understanding of the project assigned, and ensure that the project is completed on time and per specifications, in a fast past environment.
•Maintain high-end relationships with client(s) with positive, professional leadership skills a must.
•Demonstrates the ability to manage account(s) on a daily basis, as assigned. May require mandatory immunizations and credentialing based on customer requirements