Dispatcher Radioactive Waste Disposal Job Description Sample
Hazardous & Radioactive Waste Technician
Facilities & System Support
Principal responsibilities include the identification, collection, processing, and shipment of radioactive and/or hazardous wastes and associated recordkeeping. Position requires a high level of customer interaction and the ability to meet the needs of the customer while maintaining compliance with applicable regulations.
High School degree or equivalent and 5 years relevant work experience. Experience should include leadership, team building, and problem-solving skills as well as a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with multiple disciplines (i.e. physician, administrative, supervisory, and allied health staff). Must have strong communication (both verbal and written), organizational, public speaking and human relation skills.
Ability to be flexible and adaptable to changing work schedules and environment. Must have knowledge of PC and ability to use routine computer software packages (word processing, spreadsheets, and databases).
Knowledge of radiation safety, chemical safety, industrial hygiene, or radioactive/hazardous waste management as appropriate to position.
License or certification
For positions involving radioactive/hazardous waste transport, CDL with Hazardous Materials Endorsement within 90 days of hire.
Education, experience and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended. The minimum pay rate is $22.80 per hour.
Hours / Pay period
Monday - Friday either 05:45 or 07:30 start times
Mayo Clinic is located in the heart of downtown Rochester, Minnesota, a vibrant, friendly city that provides a highly livable environment for more than 34,000 Mayo staff and students. The city is consistently ranked among the best places to live in the United States because of its affordable cost of living, healthy lifestyle, excellent school systems and exceptionally high quality of life.
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Equal opportunity employer
Mayo Clinic is an equal opportunity educator and employer (including veterans and persons with disabilities).
Liquid Waste Disposal Attendant (Part-Time Hourly) - Pomona
NOTICE OF EXTERNAL RECRUITMENT
$13.50/hr. (Part-Time Position)
HOURLY - LIQUID WASTE DISPOSAL ATTENDANT
WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT, WATER RECLAMATION PLANTS SECTION, POMONA WATER RECLAMATION PLANT
- Pomona work shift is Wednesday/Thursday or Friday/Saturday.
To monitor offloading and handling of liquid waste at a disposal station.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
Job content involves greeting liquid waste transporters; maintaining a daily log of transporters disposing of liquid waste at station; using a desktop computer to input data and to e-mail reports; verifying information and payment fees on Uniform Sewage Manifest forms; visually inspecting liquid waste loads; collecting liquid waste samples, and performing simple tests to screen for unacceptable wastes; preparing weekly and monthly liquid waste disposal summaries; completing forms; preparing samples for further analysis; cleaning up and maintain the station; opening and closing and providing general on-site security of the station; and performing related duties as required.
Candidates must possess a valid California Class C driver license; -AND- any amount of education or experience that provides the knowledge and abilities listed.
EXAMPLES OF ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
The competitive selection process may cover knowledge of: Basic recordkeeping.
The ability to: Read and write basic English; check documents for accuracy; utilize test equipment to perform simple comparative tests to screen for unacceptable liquids; perform basic mathematical calculations; interact and communicate effectively with Districts' employees and the public; learn computer system.
Please apply online at www.lacsd.org within the application period. Or you may submit a paper application to the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County, Human Resources Department, 1955 Workman Mill Road, Whittier, CA 90601. Please reference "LA-329-18E" on your application.
Written examination and interview. Prior to appointment, a thorough reference check will be conducted. The individual recommended for hire must undergo a job-related pre-employment physical, which includes a drug and alcohol test.
As an equal opportunity employer, the Districts strongly encourage qualified minorities, women and disabled persons to apply.
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Master Explosive Ordnance Disposal (Eod) Training Specialist - Instructor
Full-time, on-site contract support to the US Navy providing coordination and execution of curriculum development, training activities, and evaluation/certification events. Provide Subject Matter Expertise (SME) support to Navy EOD for organizing, managing, and delivering effective classroom, laboratory, and practical instruction in unique tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) for specific Special Operations support and SOF Counter-WMD operations.
- Provide Counter-Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) instruction in a dynamic field where technical materiel and tactics are constantly evolving to meet real world threats and scenarios.
- Plan, organize, manage and conduct effective classroom, laboratory and practical instruction in support of Special Operations Forces Units C-IED and WMD Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs).
- Provide Subject Matter Expertise (SME) for assigned division in establishing, facilitating and evaluating C-IED and WMD classroom training and practical exercises.
- Provide experienced base guidance and oversight of resources; role players, equipment training aids.Provide support for complex multi-divisional and SOF enterprise-wide training schedules and objectives to accommodate customer training needs.
- Support the development of novel material and procedural solutions for emerging and/or unresolved CBRN-E related threats.
- Facilitate effective communication and information exchange between all elements of the US Navy SOF EOD force structure related to support of Joint Special Operations Forces mission areas.
- Proctor US Navy EOD SOF ULT National Laboratory blocks of instruction.
- Be required to travel during the evenings and weekends (20% of hours worked)
- Be able to work in a classroom environment with willingness to teach, instruct and mentor students.
- Maintain physical fitness.
- Current TOP SECRET clearance
- Operational EOD experience in the Naval Special Warfare Development Group (NSWDG), the US Army Combat Applications Group (CAG), or EOD support for GCC Crisis Response Forces (CRF), OR extensive experience in EOD support to dismounted Special Operations, EOD counter-WMD operations, and EOD radiography.
- Graduate of Naval School Explosive Ordnance Disposal (NAVSCOLEOD) and Master EOD Technician qualification.
- Qualified as a Master Training Specialist or demonstrate ten years of equivalent specialized training and evaluating.
- Thorough working knowledge of isotope transportation, storage, handling, practical exercise usage and accountability.
- Must have a valid US driver's licenses and eligible for US passport.
- Meet the requirements of the Lautenburg Act to handle Arms, Ammunition and Explosives.
- Able to pass an ionization physical IAW NAVMED P5055.
- Able to qualify as a Radiation Worker.
- Able to perform duties dressed in SOF Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE).
- Able to maintain certification in First Aid IAW standards of the American Heart Association.
Competitive salary starting at 125,000.00 +
Depending on KSAs, candidate may qualify for a sign-on bonus
Health and Dental Insurance
Short-term & Long-term Disability insurance
Workers Compensations benefits
401k retirement plan*Not an exhaustive list
Zero Point is an equal opportunity employer of protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.
Disposal Equipment Operator
Under supervision of the Landfill Supervisor, this position is responsible for operating heavy equipment to compact refuse and cover with fill dirt daily at the landfill. Duties include digging new landfill pits and various earthmoving tasks necessary for refuse disposal, cleaning, performing maintenance checks on equipment and repairing minor problems daily. This position will be required to work shifts including evenings, weekends, holidays, inclement weather, and overtime as needed by the department. This position is considered weather essential personnel.
Operates and performs daily maintenance checks on trash compactor, 23 yd. elevating scraper, backhoe, road grader, water truck and bulldozer, as needed.
Fuels and repairs equipment when minor problems are observed during daily inspections.
Assists with spotting incoming trucks and vehicles at landfill dumping site, when needed.
Fills in on any position or shift as required.
Keeps all heavy equipment clean inside and out.
Abides by all SWP3 and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality rules and regulations.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Requires a High School Diploma or equivalent and a minimum of one year experience in the operation of heavy equipment. Experience in the operation of a front-end loader, road grader, elevating scraper or bulldozer is preferred. Must be able to obtain a Class C Solid Waste License on Sanitary Landfill operation and attend a waste screening class within 2 years of employment. Valid Texas Driver's License is required; Class A CDL with Tanker endorsement is preferred The City will consider all relevant education and experience.
Reasonable accommodation will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position. While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is required to exert up to 100 pounds of force occasionally and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects. The employee must also balance, crawl, climb, kneel, crouch, stoop, walk, stand, sit, hear, grasp, handle, push, pull, feel, finger, reach, speak, see, and talk. Also requires the ability to make rational decisions and perform repetitive motions.
Ability to operate trash compactor, 23 yd. elevating scraper, road grader, water truck, semi-tractor and trailer, backhoe, front end-loader, mechanical tools, power washer and hand tools.
Strong verbal and written communication skill.
Ability to operate small office equipment, including copy machines or multi-line telephone systems
Essential Job Functions:
The employee must also balance, crawl, climb, kneel, crouch, stoop, walk, stand, sit, hear, grasp, handle, push, pull, feel, finger, reach, speak, see, and talk. Also requires the ability to make rational decisions and perform repetitive motions.
Work hours: 6:00 am-3:00 pm, 8:00 am-5:00 pm, or 2:30 pm-10:30 pm Monday thru Friday. Subject to call backs when necessary: morning shift, holidays and Saturdays.
Disposal Well Operator (Job Based In: Norwich, OH)
Nuverra Environmental Solutions Disposal Well Operators assist in the operation, maintenance and control of wastewater systems: including salt water disposal wells, pipeline distribution systems, and transporting wastewater, to ensure the safe, economical and efficient operations of the disposals. Operators monitor, maintain and report the operation of wells; inspect and maintain property and equipment on a routine basis; work to optimize production in a safe, cost-effective manner.
Education or Training:
- High School Diploma or GED
- Will work in all weather conditions
- 24/7 shift work is required
Climb stairs, sitting, standing, walking, carrying, pushing, lifting up to 50 lbs., pulling, kneeling, bending, twisting, repetitive wrist and hand movements, hearing, seeing (including depth perception and peripheral vision), rapid mental coordination and alertness for entire shift
Must be 18-years of age or older
Must have a valid Driver's License with a satisfactory Motor Vehicle Record (MVR)
High school diploma or GED
Vocational or equivalent training in general machinery operation or equipment usage, oil and gas production, or relevant field preferred
Six months to a year related experience and/or training in oilfield and/or waste water related fields preferred
Knowledge of general water piping systems, pumps, motors, valves, meters and other related equipment preferred
Ability to pass pre-employment drug screening, and fitness for duty test (FIT test)
- Must pass pre-employment background check
Maintains equipment and fluid levels to ensure compliance with regulatory and environmental agencies
Check loads to ensure readiness for disposal and no hazardous materials are put into the disposal well
Handle oilfield fluids while abiding by safety, DOT and Company safe driving policies. Sample water and/or waste water
Read and interpret information such as driving routes, safety rules, operating instructions and manuals as required by Company, DOT, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and State Agencies
Provide relief pumping when needed
Routinely monitor and inspect pumping units and production equipment such as flow meters, tank gauges, well heads pressure and flow meters for proper operations and maintenance records. Ensure they are well maintained.
Routine checks on well sites according to schedule. Ensure they are clean and maintained; check for spills, fluid leaks etc.
Participate in periodic well review meetings with Well Operations Supervisor and Manager and HSE Representative
Record, maintain and submit daily data/paperwork for the number of loads and amounts of barrels that are unloaded in a timely, accurate and legible manner. Turn in all reports and tickets on a timely basis.
Demonstrate basic computer knowledge through effective use of a personal computer including Microsoft Office applications. Ability to learn company specific applications
Analyze production related problems and work with relative personnel to troubleshoot
Perform light maintenance on equipment
Perform all duties in accordance with environmental, health and safety guidelines.
Work cooperatively as a part of a team to efficiently meet the needs of SWD department.
Attend safety meetings and follow safety precautions according to OSHA standards, and attend training as necessary
Promptly report all work incidents to Company personnel including: Supervisor, Dispatch and HSE Representative
Maintain proper cleanliness of work environment and security of assigned equipment along with well site. Ensure well site provided vehicle is well maintained and cleaned.
Strong interpersonal communication skills. Must be able to relate to people, positively influence them and use positive conflict resolution as needed.
Excellent written, organizational and computer skills. Must be detail-oriented and able to multi-task; capable of using Microsoft Products such as Word, Excel and Outlook to input, process, document, and file data.
Communicate effectively with co-workers in English dialect: orally, in writing and typing.
Ability to be flexible in the working environment, learn and carry out directives including mechanical ability.
Ability to read gauges, do minor math calculations, and complete proper paperwork.
Required to attend and complete education and training assignments and read and interpret documents and carry out instructions such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals
Professional Courage – Must be able to perform in challenging situations remaining professional and committed to the safety of personnel, operations, neighbors and the environment while maintaining a positive attitude and representing the Company in a professional manner.
Empathy, humility, sincerity, respect – Must be able to demonstrate these and other related traits as necessary to successfully communicate safety related ideas and thoughts to supervision, management representative's and employees.
Flexibility – Ability to work safely and independently in a fast-paced and fluid environment; may be required to respond to emergencies, after-hours training/meetings etc., and other times outside of the normal working day.
Thought process and decision making – Successful candidate will be required to use analytical processes, make decisions based on facts but also must be able to use good judgment based on the information available.
Interest, passion and commitment – Self-motivated team player who is passionate about HSE; an interest in safety, genuine care for others, willingness to keep the best interest of safety success the foundation for their daily work while maintaining a positive attitude and projecting Company policies in a constructive and encouraging manner.
Department of Transportation (DOT), Health Safety & Environmental (HSE), and Company regulations:
Comply with all Department of Transportation (DOT), Health Safety & Environmental (HSE), and Company regulations and safely meet qualifications
Complete required equipment inspections
Accurately track assigned well site vehicle and equipment maintenance and fueling
Properly wear all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Attend and participate in all Company Safety meetings and assigned trainings such as daily Tailgate Meetings, Weekly Target Zero Training, and scheduled Safety Meetings
Accurately complete Job Safety Analysis (JSA), Behavior Based Safety (BBS), and Company Safers as required
Business Unit: Disposals
The Well Attendant is responsible for the integration of core competencies in to daily functions, including but not limited to: a commitment to integrity, knowledge/quality of work, support of financial goals of the company, initiative/ motivation, cooperation/relationships, problem analysis/discretion, accomplishing goals through organization, positive oral and written communication skills, leadership abilities, dependability, flexibility and accountability.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Duties may include the following: (other duties may be assigned)
Overall maintenance, upkeep and appearance of disposal area
Gauge and records necessary information pertaining to the retrieval of oil, water and pressure daily
Monitor water pumps and trucks when disposing salt water
Retrieve oil from working pit/tanks
Unload lines, discharge and relieve valves or other equipment related to disposal of fluids
Generate and document third-party tickets and other forms of documentation in support of disposal
Ensure tickets are completed with accuracy and signed by drivers
Ensure smooth transition from day to night attendants: communicate current status and potential issues prior to end of shift
Perform daily follow up calls with drivers/pushers to ensure delivery of fluid
Attend company meetings as requested
Follow company policies and procedures
Improve utilization efficiently, driver compliance
Ensure immediate work area is neat and orderly to ensure safety of workers
Report and correct unsafe conditions of practices
To perform this job successfully, and individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required:
Working knowledge and understanding of disposal business
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Must possess valid driver's license and be eligible to drive a company vehicle according to Select's insurance guidelines
High School Diploma/ GED and minimum of 6 months related experience
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
Excellent customer service and relationship-building skills
Knowledge of Microsoft Office
Ability to execute duties based off of instruction with little supervision or guidance
Exhibits qualities of a team player
Ability to lift up to 50lbs
Ability to withstand exposure to extreme weather elements (hot/cold)
Manual dexterity to operate specialized equipment
Requires a high degree of concentration in a busy area
The company will supply adequate training and equipment to perform the functions of the job
Position will require travel
This position will be exposed to weather elements
Willingness to adjust schedule as operations dictate
Select Energy Services participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S. If E-Verify cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, Select is required to give you written instructions and an opportunity to contact Department of Homeland Security (DHS) or Social Security Administration (SSA) so you can begin to resolve the issue before the employer can take any action against you, including terminating your employment. Select only uses E-Verify once you have accepted a job offer and completed the Form I-9.
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Waste Water Treatment Operator
Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc., amember of Johnson & Johnson's Family of Companies, is recruiting for a WasteWater Treatment Operator in Lancaster, PA.
Johnson & Johnson Family ofCompanies touches more than a billion people's lives each day through ourhealth care products and services, our corporate giving, and the volunteerefforts of our employees. The Johnson & Johnson Group of Consumer Companiesdevelop and market beloved brands that address the needs of consumers andhealth care professionals worldwide. Our portfolio ranges across severaldistinct business units: Baby Care, Oral Care, Compromised Skin Care,Beauty, Feminine Care, and Over-The-Counter (OTC) products.
Under minimal supervision, the objective of the Facilities Technician position is to perform a wide variety of electrical, mechanical, plumbing, HVAC, maintenance and installation duties in the operation/maintenance/repair/troubleshooting/service/adjustment of all Facilities equipment and Utilities supporting manufacturing processes. To provide support of facility-related project management duties as required for all Facilities equipment/utilities involved in the batch manufacturing of over-the-counter products under current pharmaceutical safety and cGMP guidelines.
Able to perform a variety of tasks included by not limited to monitoring and adjustment of utilities to improve throughput, equipment efficiency, and implementation of corrective actions.
Able to perform routine cleaning, housekeeping and non-routine maintenance with adherence to all safety, environmental, and quality policies and procedures.
Able to communicate and coordinate with customers/stakeholders regarding schedule, impact of work being performed, and providing confirmation to customers/stakeholders when the work is completed.
Proficient in the use of various types of instrumentation to service, maintain, and repair all types of facility/related systems.
Capable to analyze, troubleshoot, and repair equipment in both a team setting and independently.
Work with computerized building automation system to monitor, operate, and adjust environmental and process temperature and humidity controls to ensure efficient operations.
Read, understand, and work with schematics, drawings, diagrams, and service/repair manuals. Update as necessary to maintain accuracy of these items.
Work with Engineering and/or contractors in the design, layout, installation, troubleshooting, and repair of various systems throughout the facility.
Responsibilities include but are notlimited to:
Ensure quality and compliance in all my actions by:
Attend GMP training on the schedule designated for my role and as appropriate for my role
Complete training in learning management systems, in assigned instructor led classrooms or as a performance qualification as assigned.
Adhere to strict compliance with procedures applicable to my role and functions.
Exercise the highest level of integrity in the tasks that I perform
In a timely and prompt manner, identify, report and seek correction for deviations noted in my workplace.
Embrace a behavior of employee involvement and commitment to doing the job right the first time, while being open to change, accepting, seeking to understand, having conversations that are professional and respectful, while controlling emotions and ensuring that these conversations occur in the appropriate location.
Support all investigations in a timely and professional manner.
Acts in accordance to the principles expressed in Our Credo and the Quality Statement Policy in all negotiations and activities within and outside the company, and assures these are met.
Design/engineer, upgrade, perform preventative maintenance, repair and troubleshoot all facilities/utilities equipment throughout the plant (HVAC, USP water, process pretreatment plant, dust collection, mechanical systems, electrical systems, piping systems, fire systems, boilers, building and grounds systems, security systems, PLC control systems, oil-free compressed air systems, etc.). Act as Subject Matter Expert for assigned area of responsibility including operation and maintenance of systems to meet safety, compliance, and expense budget goals.
Perform project management duties including requesting and managing capital funds, coordination of design engineers, coordination of contract/contractor services (insect/rodent control, trash, housekeeping, security, exterior building and grounds), installation/start-up of facilities and maintenance of systems (parts systems, preventative maintenance, telephone, computer hardware and equipment calibration) as required.
Draft/Manage/Administer required documents, as appropriate, for Facilities tasks and/or project work (including, but not limited to: construction protocols, triage forms, updates for CMMS items, annual EHS contractor training, system for contractor safety pre-qualification as required by EHS, etc.).
Identify and communicate to supervision all immediate and potential quality, safety, or environmental issues (material, procedure, and process) as observed.
Responsible for ensuring the reliability of equipment/utilities that supports the processing and packaging of Lancaster products.
Must be responsive to the manufacturing environment for maximum up-time of equipment. Provide back-up support to Facility Team members as well as off shift support coverage.
Perform Corrective, Preventative, and Emergency Maintenance and document within CMMS.
Contribute to root-cause analysis of facilities equipment/utilities downtime issues.
Support the planning group with information to order repair parts or coordinate contracted repair services. Order, receive, inspect and organize incoming spare and charge parts, manufacturing supplies, facilities supplies, etc.
Ensure that all documentation associated with his/her activities is documented with Good Documentation Practices. (includes but not limited to: CMMS, protocols, batch records, investigations, PM modification forms and log books)
Follows all appropriate safety requirements- use of PPE, Lock out/tag out, confined space entry, etc. Works safely on the mechanical and electrical elements/components of heat pumps, chillers, air handling units, boilers, gas furnaces, and other ancillary equipment.
Participates in protocols, change control activities in the planning, execution and analysis phases.
Operate Facilities equipment/machinery to support the manufacturing and/or packaging of product, as per applicable SOPs, for the purpose of troubleshooting/adjustment/repairs/etc. Operate Forklift and Personnel Lift.
Administer all activities related with the storage, transportation, and off-site disposal of non-hazardous wastes and maintain all records. Perform responsibilities associated with management of hazardous waste as qualified through training.
Follow applicable SOPs and batch records.
Maintain an updated and current training record (adhere to training due dates in Compliance Wire, completing assigned "no completion date" training within 60 days of assignment, etc.)
Participate in Safety initiatives and other plant designated programs (JJPS, Safety Day, etc.)
Willing to assist and support projects and other key plant initiatives as needed. Maintains a level of flexibility to meet maintenance and Project deadlines.
Works with Information Technology personnel during periods of technical difficulties, patching, or upgrades on various facility systems.
Collaboratively works towards solutions in a professional demeanor when confronted with challenges, opportunities, and problems.
Present a professional office appearance, eliminating desk clutter. Own assigned area from a 5S perspective, meeting standards and maintaining inspection readiness.
Willingness to travel for training and developmental opportunities.
Performs other related duties as required, including snow removal.
Conduct work based on established and certified cGMP, Safety & Environmental practices.
Participates in investigations and internal and external audits.
Maintains a safe and clean work environment.
Ensures all assigned trainings are completed on-time.
Ensure training in the assigned tasks have been delivered prior to execution.
Identifying continuous improvement opportunities for process and equipment.
Maintain 5S status of facility maintenance areas.
High school diploma or its equivalent
Completed and documented formal training program of two or more years or a minimum of five years technical work experience
PA DEP Wastewater License – Class A, B, C, or D. Class E will not be considered. If you do not currently possess the PA DEP Wastewater License, the candidate must have the ability to obtain the license within 6 months of the start date. Possession of this license is a condition of employment for this position.
Specific technical experience troubleshooting, doing repairs, improving processes, and performing preventative maintenance while acting in a mechanical, electrical, machinist, electronic, or hydraulic/pneumatic capacity. Strong mechanical background with an emphasis in electrical and controls.
Demonstrated ability to operate PLCs is highly desirable.
Three years' experience in a similarly manufacturing environment (i.e. clean room, machinery, processes, continuous production, etc.)
Prior experience operating and maintaining utility/facilities systems is preferred.
Experience in a regulated, automated industry is preferred. Pharmaceutical/GMP experience is preferred.
Heavy work that requires physical effort, communication skills, hand-eye coordination, and the ability to move. Involves body movements such as: reclining, climbing, reaching, bending, crawling, squatting, kneeling, and climbing up and down stairs/ladders. Requires movement of objects such as: pulling, throwing, carrying, lifting, and pushing. Also Snow shoveling.
Manipulation of machinery and equipment, and fork lift driving/ personnel lift.
The ability to work in a highly integrated team environment, providing strong support to teammates and customers.
Read and write English, knowledgeable on diagram/drawing/schematic reading and repair manual interpretation. Basic knowledge in Microsoft programs (Outlook, Excel, Word, etc.).
Demonstrated ability to safely/effectively operate machine shop equipment (i.e. drill press, powered band saws, etc.)
Able to work extra hours, at night or on weekends and/or irregular shifts. Ale to respond to emergency calls. Able to support other departments or projects according to business needs. Willingness to be on-call for off-hours, holidays, and weekends.
J & J Consumer Inc. (6101)
Retain And Disposal Clerk
Intertek/Caleb Brett, a leading provider of ATIC Assurance, Testing, Inspection and Certification Services, is looking for a Retain Clerk to join our Cargo & Analytical Assessment team in Gonzales, LA.
This team provides cargo inspection and analytical assessment to the world's petroleum, mining, minerals and biofuels industries. With solutions based on years of expertise, innovation and advanced analytical capabilities, we help customers optimize return on cargoes and help them resolve difficult technical challenges.
The Retain Clerk will support the Cargo & Analytical Assessment business through guidance provided by the Laboratory Manager.
In a safe, legal and ethical manner, the Retain Clerk performs duties to support analytical testing for the company and its clients, maintaining associated records, and thus supporting the goal of providing a service to our clients that is accurate, timely and cost effective
We're looking for:
Good verbal communication skills.
Protocol, procedure and safety oriented.
Organized with time management skills.
Experience in handling chemical and petroleum products.
An ability to work and communicate with persons of diverse personalities and background
Receives, examines and records through a login process, inbound samples for testing.
Delivers test samples to the sample staging area.
supplies known to the Laboratory Manager.
- Verifies and communicates results obtained, and makes appropriate entries into instrument logs,
control charts, calibration records, laboratory worksheets, and any other media, whether print or
electronic, required, assuring the validity and traceability of the information
Maintains documentation, equipment, and work areas in a neat, orderly and safe condition.
Carries out all of the above responsibilities in a supportive manner with adherence to the Company's Safety Policy and Procedures, Quality Management System, Ethics Policy, Environmental Management System, Vision and Strategy, and exercises good judgment, common sense, and diplomacy.
High school education or equivalent.
Ability to obtain TWIC card
A career with Intertek means joining a global network of professionals dedicated to bringing quality and safety to life. Our vision is to become the world's most trusted partner for Quality Assurance and we offer our employees the chance to make an impact with attractive growth opportunities in this industry on a global scale.
We offer a salary and benefit package competitively placed within the local market, including medical, dental, vision, life, disability, 401(k) with company match, tuition reimbursement and more.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to veterans status or on the basis of disability. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender or national origin.
Intertek is a drug-free workplace. As a condition of employment, all hires are required to pass a pre-employment drug test.
Headquartered in Lynchburg, VA., BWX Technologies, Inc. (BWXT) is a leading supplier of nuclear components and fuel to the U.S. government; provides technical, management and site services to support governments in the operation of complex facilities and environmental remediation activities; and supplies precision manufactured components and services for the commercial nuclear power industry. BWXT has more than 5,200 employees and significant operations in Lynchburg, VA.; Erwin, TN.; Mount Vernon, IN.; Euclid, OH; Barberton, OH; and Cambridge, Ontario, as well as more than a dozen U.S. Department of Energy sites around the country. Follow us on Twitter @BWXTech and learn more at www.bwxt.com.
We are searching for a Waste Specialist for our project at Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory In Niskayuna, NY.
Job Description / Duties:
Will report to the Waste Engineering Manager in support of the Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) of facilities at the Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory in Niskayuna, New York. As part of an assigned project team the Environmental/Waste Specialist is involved in project planning, development of technical work documents and waste evaluations, support during operational execution and finally to certify waste containers (radiological and environmental) in preparation for shipment to the appropriate disposal site.
Specific responsibilities include:
Identifying the necessary environmental and waste management tasks and their duration, cost to ensure appropriate planning is provided.
Performing walk-down of facilities/area to identify the necessary environmental and waste characterization activities.
Support the Engineer of Radiological Work (ERW) by providing input to technical work documents and sampling plans, and develop the necessary paperwork to package waste that is part of the work document package.
Communicating the environmental and waste management project needs to the Project Manager and Environmental Engineering lead to assist with site prioritization and reporting status.
Support operational personnel by resolving questions related to environmental and waste activities.
Review packaging paperwork and preparing additional forms to certify waste containers for shipment to the appropriate disposal location.
Manage the waste container loading, movement and storage activities associated with BWSR projects.
Conduct maintenance of the waste container database, coordination of the field waste activities and management of the BWSR-owned waste storage locations.
Job Qualifications / Requirements:
Position requires a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering or Science with minimum of five (5) years of related experience in Environmental and/or Waste Management and/or Radiological.
General knowledge of environmental regulations.
Specific knowledge of waste disposal regulations (RCRA/CERCLA).
Knowledge of specific waste acceptance criteria for Energy Solution, DOE, and Nevada Test Site disposal sites is desired.
Knowledge of DOT shipping requirements is a plus.
Technical writing skills to write technical work records in support of waste characterization and write environmental characterization summary reports for assigned projects.
Prior Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program experience is desired.
Must be a US Citizen, no dual citizenship.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a DOE Security Clearance
US Citizenship, with no dual citizenship is required for this position.
Applicants selected will be subject to a Federal background investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information or matter. Position requires U.S. Citizenship with (no dual citizenship) ability to obtain and maintain a Department of Energy (DOE) security clearance which involves an extensive criminal and financial background investigation and previous employment reference verifications.
BWXT supports diversity and is committed to the concept of Equal Employment Opportunity. We have established procedures to ensure that all personnel actions such as recruitment, compensation, career development, benefits, company-sponsored training and social recreational programs are administered without regard to race, color religion, gender, national origin, citizenship, age, disability or veteran status.
Hazardous Waste Program Manager
The Hazardous Waste Program Manager known internally as an InSite Program Manager leads and manages a team of employees in supporting the execution of a client's environmental management program. The InSite Program Manager serves as the client's main contact and primary interface with Clean Harbors on a daily basis. They are responsible for and manage the client's hazardous waste program.
Ensures Health and Safety is the number one goal by following policies, processes, and acting in a safe manner at all times.
Establish baseline audit protocol for all new waste programs; Communicate and document scope of compliance parameters for each Project location.
Adhere to Health and Safety Practices of at all times while on site; Communicate H&S feedback with technical Services H&S efforts upon request, including data capture, site review, and delivery of training content if needed.
Conduct facility wide compliance audits to include inspections of staging, accumulating and storage areas to ensure proper housekeeping procedures and compliance.
Manage waste storage area and ensure that material is properly packaged, profiled and labeled prior to shipment
High School diploma or equivalent required (B.S. in Chemistry, Biology, or Environmental Science preferred)
3+ years of environmental experience
3+ years of experience running a hazardous waste program
3+ years experience running a hazardous waste program at a Government facility and working with Government Contracts
Management experience in areas of budgets, record keeping, supervision, planning and liability
Ability to develop and deliver training materials and programs related to environmental health, safety, and hazardous materials management
Familiarity with regulatory status requirements of Small and Large Quantity Generators, such as RCRA, DOT etc.
Requires sitting, standing, walking, puling and/or pushing, stooping and crouching.
Requires lifting, carrying, grasping, speaking and listening.
Clean Harbors is the leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services throughout North America. The Company serves a diverse customer base, including a majority of the Fortune 500 companies, thousands of smaller private entities and numerous federal, state, provincial and local governmental agencies. Through its Safety-Kleen subsidiary, Clean Harbors also is a premier provider of used oil recycling and re-refining, parts washers and environmental services for the small quantity generator market.
Headquartered in Norwell, Massachusetts, Clean Harbors has waste disposal facilities and service locations throughout the United States and Canada, as well as Mexico and Puerto Rico. We offer competitive salaries and progressive benefits including health, dental, life insurance, 401K, generous paid time off, tuition reimbursement and more. We offer a drug free work environment and require a pre-employment drug screen. All Applicants are subject to pre-employment security background checks, and some positions may require pre-employment physical fitness for duty tests.
Employment is contingent upon a successful background check and drug screen. Some positions also require a pre-hire medical exam. Must meet all work eligibility requirements. Environmentally-responsible business.
To learn more about our company visit us at www.cleanharbors.com
We thank all those interested in joining the Clean Harbors team; however only those that complete the online application and meet the minimum job qualifications will be considered for this role.
Clean Harbors is a Military & Veteran friendly company
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