Department: Field Services and Transportation
Reports to: Supervisor
Purpose: Onloads, offloads, and provides cross-country transportation of hazardous waste
containers. Acts as lead person in various projects related to the management of
- Drive and operate semi-tractors, single and double roll-off trailers, tankers and box van (up to 53 feet)
- Onload/offload containers of hazardous waste.
- Use proper placards in accordance with DOT regulations
- Verify containers are properly marked and labeled
- Perform a variety of tasks related to the management of hazardous waste. Screen drums to verify waste characteristics; operate air monitoring equipment such as LEL and halide meters; clean tanks using various equipment such as pressure washers, pneumatic pumps, tornado vacuums, and air compressors; perform other duties as required.
- Accurately completes, reviews and signs various forms such as driver logs, service and work orders, manifests, land ban forms, and bills of lading
- Maintain required training, certificates and licenses to perform job functions.
Non Essential functions:
- Any other duties as assigned.
- Current Class A drivers’ license with hazardous materials and tanker endorsements
- Clean DMV driving record
- 2 years cross-country commercial driving experience, which included the completion of driver logs
- 2 years experience driving/operating semi tractors, single and double roll-off trailers, tankers and box vans (up to 48 feet)
- 2 years experience working in hazardous waste industry
- Working knowledge of DMV and DOT regulations pertaining to hazardous waste transportation
- Current 40-hour Hazwoper certificate
- Ability to perform strenuous physical labor
- Ability to crawl, stand, bend, stoop, kneel and reach
- Ability to wear a respirator and protective clothing
- Ability to sit/drive for long periods of time
- Ability to lift 50 pounds several times a day
*To apply, please fill out form and attach documents below.