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  • 29 Jul 2022 3:02 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    EXCITING JOB OPPORTUNITY: 

    GGI currently seeks to hire multiple full-time Program Coordinators for our Pleasanton and Hayward, California programs. Program Coordinator(s) will plan, implement, and codify programs that prepare schools to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions through recycling, composting, and source reduction.  


    Supporting schools to reduce waste at the source, recycle, compost, and prevent contamination, this project prevents short-lived climate pollutants from entering the environment and supports the GGI’s work to prioritize districts most impacted by environmental harm. Specifically, these projects address the development of a district-wide waste diversion program which includes implementing all-hands training at all sites for students, staff, custodians, administrators, district staff personnel and measuring success with Quarterly Progress Reports (QPR’s) that track program success, quantify diversion rates and environmental impacts, and provide the district with the data needed to evaluate waste hauling service needs.


    The position requires a personal commitment to improving environmental factors and serving youth and schools. The ideal candidate is a self-starter who can manage projects and competing priorities, is highly organized, and can expertly support students from diverse backgrounds. This role requires top-quality client management to build relationships and support outcomes in schools.


    APPLY TODAY: Job description: https://bit.ly/ProgramCoordCA and application: https://bit.ly/ApplyHerePC


    The Go Green Initiative (GGI) works to improve the lifelong outcomes for children in communities most impacted by environmental harm by advancing environmental health, safety, and sustainability at school. GGI is committed to environmental justice for every child in every school, and partners with district administrators, school stakeholders, and student leaders to improve the quality of the air, water, and food at schools, develop sustainable operations, and conserve natural resources.

  • 27 Jul 2022 2:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    City of Portland, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability

    Job opening: Solid Waste Team Manager

    Salary: $102,918.00 - $180,107.00 Annually

    Closes: August 15th

     

    The Solid Waste Manager leads the City of Portland’s waste portfolio and staff including oversight of Portland commercial and residential waste collections, the public trash can program, waste reduction, reuse and prevention policies and education and outreach related to these programs. The Solid Waste Manager will advance waste related programming to ensure the City of Portland maintains world class garbage, recycling, and compost collection services while applying a racial equity lens. Portland is looking for a Solid Waste Manager who can effectively implement this work in collaboration with other city bureaus, governments, and essential stakeholders.

     

    Apply now!


  • 27 Jul 2022 2:35 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Communications Director: Click HERE to view the full Job posting.

    Director of Sustainability: Click HERE to view the full Job posting.

  • 20 Jul 2022 4:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Apply before July 22, 2022

    CalRecycle has an exciting new job opening!

    Click link below for details about applying for the job: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=316868


    For external candidates, you must take the exam and receiving a ranking on the list to be eligible to apply for this position.


    Click on the link to search for information about taking the online exam
    https://calcareers.ca.gov/CalHRPublic/Search/ExamSearch.aspx

    In the search box input the position name and you will be able to pull up information about taking the exam for this specific position



  • 14 Jul 2022 8:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Northwest Region Administrator (Natural Resource Protection and Sustainability Administrator 1)

    Application Deadline: 08/07/2022

    Western Region Air Quality Manager (Natural Resource Protection and Sustainability Manager 2)

    Application Deadline: 08/04/2022

  • 14 Jul 2022 8:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Click HERE to view the full job posting and how to apply. 


    DEFINITION:

    Under the general direction of the San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority (IWMA) Executive Director, the Program Manager plans, coordinates, directs, and manages assigned diversion programs (e.g., AB 939, AB 341, AB 1826, AB 827, SB 1383) and all related activities for IWMA. This includes data management and reporting, public education and outreach, monitoring legislative activity, maintaining regulatory compliance, providing technical direction, and developing program recommendations.


  • 30 Jun 2022 8:13 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Click HERE to view the full job posting and how to apply.

    Overall Responsibility

    The Recycling Programs Coordinator is part of a team of coordinators responsible for the implementation, monitoring, education and reporting of the commercial, multifamily recycling and 4-R- planet educational programs at Marin Sanitary Service. This outreach position reports to the outreach manager, and works closely with operations, customer service and the other outreach staff. This position may provide limited direction to administrative support staff and/or interns, and is responsible for providing vacation and sick time coverage for the other Recycling Program Coordinators, and Customer Service Representatives.

    This is a non-exempt, full-time, position.


  • 20 Jun 2022 1:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Click HERE for the full job posting and to apply. 

    Apply before July 27, 2022

    What You’ll Do

    The City of San Mateo is a very progressive City that encourages staff and resident engagement to develop positive solutions that meet the demands of the community and regulatory landscape.  The Solid Waste Technician performs technical field, office, and investigative work related to Solid Waste Division programs, abatement, and public nuisances such as illegal dumping.  Some of the duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Implement program activities related to Solid Waste Division compliance efforts and programs including the Illegal Dumping, Hazardous Waste, Universal Waste, Electronic Waste, Trash/Litter Reduction, and Downtown Maintenance Programs.
    • Monitor and maintain systems related to assigned areas of responsibility including the Illegal Dumping Camera Program monitoring and report progress as required.
    • Investigate and complete field reports of illegal dumping and litter conditions; implement appropriate abatement methods and issue enforcement notices.
    • Document illegal dumping incidents, coordinates with the City’s solid waste franchise waste hauler and other agencies regarding solid waste cleanup.
    • Independently respond to phone calls, letters, e-mails and general correspondence. Answer inquiries and complaints from the public and others in person and in writing.

    The Solid Waste Technician reports to the Regulatory Compliance Manager and receives general supervision from the Waste Management Supervisor.  This is a non-supervisory position.

     

    For a complete list of duties, reference our job specifications at https://www.cityofsanmateo.org/DocumentCenter/Home/Index/86

    Job PDF: 

    PDF icon Solid Waste Technician JA 6-2022 Final.pdf

    Job Video Link URL: 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GTIzeSpc_g


  • 14 Jun 2022 12:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Apply by July 27, 2022

    Click HERE for the full job posting.

    THE POSITION

    Under general direction, the Waste Program Manager plans, organizes, directs, and participates in the administration of multiple integrated solid waste management agreements and programs within CDA’s Planning Department. The Waste Program Manager will be responsible for leading compliance efforts related to the County’s new Waste Program, which includes administering the Alameda County Solid Waste Collection and Organics Waste Reduction Regulations, and implementation of SB 1383. The Waste Program Manager receives general direction from an Assistant Planning Director.

    Temporary Appointment: The Waste Program Manager will be hired through the County’s Temporary Assignment Pool (TAP) as a provisional employee of the Human Resource Services Department. Your immediate supervisor will be an Assistant Planning Director in the County Planning Department. Examples of Duties

    NOTE: The following are the duties performed by employees in this classification.

    However, employees may perform other related duties at an equivalent level.

    1. Serve as technical expert and staff consultant for solid waste, recycling, and organics reduction

    2. Lead development of Alameda County’s new SB 1383-compliant solid Waste Program serving residents and businesses in the unincorporated portions of the county that are not located in a Sanitary District

    3. Manage recycling, waste reduction, and organics programs serving residents and businesses in the County’s Waste Program Jurisdiction; plan, organize, and implement programs and projects designed to encourage business, citizen, and public compliance, and maximize efficiency and material recovery

    4. Ensure Waste Program compliance with federal, state, local and other pertinent mandates, laws, codes, rules, regulations and agreements in multiple areas

    5. Prepare cost estimates for budget recommendations; monitor and control expenditures

    6. Lead negotiation of the County’s hauler agreements for residential and commercial garbage, recycling, and organics collection

    7. Administer hauler agreements including reviewing revenue and expenses, monitoring performance and regulatory conformance, resolving customer service issues, and monitoring service providers for compliance with contracted level of service and other contractual obligations

    8. Maintain Waste Program records, including but not limited to the County’s Annual Report/EAR data and County’s SB 1383 Implementation Record

    9. Prepare and submit reports and other data requests to CalRecycle or other agencies as required

    10. Prepare a variety of data analyses on waste stream quantities and overall program elements

    11. Coordinate with department staff, other County Agencies, StopWaste (Alameda County Waste Management Authority), Sanitary Districts, and other jurisdictions as needed pursuant to County’s SB 1383 compliance efforts

    12. Monitor proposed state and federal legislation affecting solid waste management

    13. Prepare reports and documents for Agency leadership, public meetings, and the County Board of Supervisors

    14. Make presentations to staff, the County Board of Supervisors, other boards and commissions, and community groups

    15. Coordinate with Development Planning staff to review new developments with respect to solid waste services, including accessibility and adequacy of proposed solid waste systems for proposed building occupants in compliance with state waste division mandates

    16. Develop proposals to obtain county, state, and federal grants; implement and administer grant programs

    17. Lead Waste Program and SB 1383 outreach efforts, including developing Waste Program website content

    18. Answer questions and provide information to the public; investigate complaints and recommend corrective action as necessary to resolve complaints

    19. Perform related duties as assigned

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