Advanced Disposal Careers
Be a Champion for Your Community! Our people make a difference and leave the world a cleaner and more beautiful place. We thrive on developing our employees to take their careers to new heights and explore opportunities perhaps never imagined. We are proud to provide cost-effective and environmentally sound solutions for waste/recycling collection, transportation, processing and disposal. We truly are an environmental services company, and we are looking for our next environmental hero who has the entrepreneurial spirit and dedication to support our company mission: Every day, Driven to Deliver Service First Safety Always.
General Daily Duties: Operate refuse truck to collect refuse and recyclable materials on a designated route and dispose of materials at designated transfer or landfill stations
Operate trucks on established routes throughout residential and business areas
Operate automated or semi-operated hoisting devices that raise refuse bins and dump contents into openings in the truck bodies
Dismount the truck to collect garbage and remount the truck utilizing three points of contact as needed
Perform safety checks; pre and post-trip inspections to ensure safe operating conditions and compliance with Company safety and maintenance procedures
Effectively communicate with dispatchers and leadership team concerning delays, unsafe routes, accidents, and equipment breakdowns
Refuel truck and add fluids, as needed
Properly and promptly report defective equipment
Be aware of weather conditions and surrounding areas on route
Special Skills, Education or Licensure Required:
Valid Class A OR B CDL
Candidate must meet Motor Vehicle Records standards set by the Company
3 years of prior driving experience required. Previous commercial driving experience preferred.
Equipment/Tools Used: Truck, seat belts, vehicle inspection equipment
Protective Clothing & Equipment Used: Reflective vest, gloves, steel-toe boots
Seasonal exposure to extreme temperatures; outdoor working environment
May be exposed to solvents, chemicals, and animals while working with refuse
May be exposed to other risks associated with working around machines, tools, and trucks
Ability to operate trucks and other equipment as needed
Ability to frequently lift or carry containers, recycling bins, or loose materials to truck; which may result in twisting, pulling, pushing and bending, depending on the material and collection vehicle type
Ability to climb, bend or stand for an extended period. In addition, individuals may have to reach above shoulders to lift materials that can weigh 50 pounds or more.