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  • 18 Sep 2021 3:52 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Application Due 10/04/2021

    Link to full application HERE.

    Job Description and Duties

    The California Department of Human Resources (CalHR) has implemented the requirement that all state employees attest to their vaccination status. Employees are required to indicate whether they are vaccinated, unvaccinated, or if they choose not to disclose their vaccination status. As an additional health and safety standard to protect the state workforce and the public it serves, CalHR is also implementing COVID-19 testing of all state employees working on site (including field sites) if they are unvaccinated, vaccinated but choose not to provide documentation, or choosing not to disclose their vaccination status. Any employee seeking exemption from COVID-19 testing or wearing a face covering must provide evidence of vaccination. This requirement is subject to change depending upon updated Federal, State, and/or local requirements and guidance.

    This is a re-advertisement.  Applicants who previously applied do not need to re-apply.

    Most positions at the Water Boards might be eligible for telework and will require in-person attendance based on operation needs of the position.

    Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, applying electronically is highly encouraged. 

    The State Water Resources Control Board’s Division of Water Quality has an opening for a permanent, full-time Water Resources Control Engineer in the Materials Management Unit. The position is located at 1001 I Street, 15 Floor, Sacramento, right in the heart of downtown, next to light rail stations and other public transportation.



    Specific duties include:  The incumbent must use sound scientific principles and professional judgement to assist Regional Board staff provide technical comments on reports of waste discharge, on disposal and containment practices, including slope stability and liner analysis, and provide guidance and regulatory oversight for discharges to land and waters which could impact human health and the environment. The incumbent must represent the State Water Board at meetings and conferences related to waste containment systems, serve as a technical expert, and be responsive to regulatory questions from the public, State Water Board staff, Regional Water Board staff, and other agencies.

    The incumbent will research and prepare program guidance on technical and procedural elements of materials management, composting, and land disposal.  The incumbent with prepare and give oral presentations on such guidance to the State and Regional Board staff, as well as other governmental agencies and members of the public. The incumbent must use sound science to assess surface and groundwater monitoring data to evaluate the performance of the programs and use graphical information systems to organize and display this data. The incumbent must interpret and apply pertinent laws, regulations, policies, and guidelines, and provide technical support for environmental remediation or litigation projects, including determination of regulatory applicability.

    The incumbent must coordinate with other State Water Board programs to ensure consistent policy development and implementation.The incumbent with coordinate with land disposal staff and other agencies on issues related to landfills, mines, and other facilities regulated pursuant to California Code of Regulations, title 27.

  • 07 Sep 2021 2:59 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

     Apply by 09/15/21

    Waste Management Specialist I

    $5,534 - $6,725/Monthly*

     Full Link HERE.

    Grow your career in resource conservation and waste reduction with Zero Waste Sonoma - Become a Waste Management Specialist I!


    Starting salary up to $38.67/hour ($80,708/year), a cash allowance of $600/month, and a competitive total compensation package!*

    Zero Waste Sonoma is Sonoma County's local government entity for all things related to Household Hazardous Waste (HHW), organics municipal composting, and education and planning for recycling and solid waste disposal. As a joint powers authority for the County's unincorporated areas and nine cities and towns, Zero Waste Sonoma helps residents and businesses reduce, reuse, recycle, and discard all materials in the safest and most environmentally responsible way possible. As a Waste Management Specialist I, you will support Zero Waste's efforts by encouraging community participation in e-waste, HHW, and propane collection events. Additionally, you will be responsible for processing grant applications and performing outreach work related to compliance initiatives and food recovery programs such as SB 1383.

    The ideal Waste Management Specialist I candidate is a self-starter with a strong work ethic and has:

    • Good judgment when gathering, analyzing, and organizing data to more effectively communicate through written reports and verbal presentations
    • Highly effective written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to interact and build professional relationships with audiences of all levels
    • Excellent presentation skills and experience presenting, performing public outreach, and/or providing educational training
    • The ability to independently plan, prioritize, and follow through on multiple, simultaneous projects/assignments
    • A passion for engaging diverse groups of people to work towards improving our communities' environment now, and for future generations!

    What We Offer

    When you join the County of Sonoma, you become part of a challenging and rewarding work environment where you gain the satisfaction of knowing that you are working to better your community. You can also look forward to a competitive total compensation package, including*:

    • An annual Staff Development/Wellness Benefit allowance of up to $500 and ongoing education/training opportunities
    • Competitive vacation and sick leave accruals, 12 paid holidays, and an additional 8 floating holiday hours per year
    • A significant portion of health care premiums paid by the County and access to several health plan options
    • County contribution to a Health Reimbursement Arrangement to help fund post-retirement employee health insurance/benefits
    • Retirement fully integrated with Social Security
    • May be eligible for up to 8 weeks (320 hours) of Paid Parental Leave after 12 months of County employment
    • Eligibility for a salary increase after 1,040 hours (6 months when working full-time) for good work performance; eligibility for a salary increase for good performance every year thereafter, until reaching the top of the salary range
    • With time and good performance, the opportunity for advancement to Waste Management Specialist II (up to $42.21/hour)


    *Salary is negotiable and benefits described herein do not represent a contract and may be changed without notice. For more information, including minimum qualifications, & to apply, visit, or call 707-565-2331. The County of Sonoma is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and we are committed to having a workforce that is representative of the communities we serve.

  • 31 Aug 2021 8:54 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The StopWaste Schools Team is happy to share that we are once again hiring associates to join our team this 2021-2022 school year!

    Schools Sustainability Associates (SSAs) support our waste education programs like the Transfer Station Field Trips and 4Rs Student Action Projects, provide technical assistance to teachers and school staff, and support StopWaste’s general outreach and education initiatives.

    This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in joining the waste or environmental education field whether you are just entering the job market or are looking to transition in your career. With an emphasis on professional development, the associate program has seen alumni go on to jobs with local government, waste haulers, consulting firms, private businesses, education, and beyond!

    The deadline to apply is Monday, September 20, 2021 by 5:00pm.

    Click HERE for the full job posting.

  • 14 Aug 2021 6:07 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    To view the full job posting click HERE.


    The City of San Ramon is recruiting for a full-time Sustainability Specialist position in Public Works. Under general supervision of the Solid Waste and Environmental Services Program Manager, performs varied, complex and technical duties in support of the City’s solid waste and stormwater programs; strategizes public outreach and enforcement issues associated with State and local regulations; identifies public recycling opportunities, and related programs; coordinates with franchised waste hauler and related contractors; has an understanding of tracking waste by weight or volume on an annual basis; provides technical recycling/reuse advice to City staff and performs related work as required. This position will be instrumental in helping San Ramon achieve its goal of zero waste sent to the landfill and meeting state recycling and composting mandates. The Sustainability Specialist position performs technical, complex, and/or specialized office support and project oversight to an assigned City department and/or division; may provide lead direction and/or training to a small office support staff on a project or day-to-day basis; provides information and assistance to staff and the general public; executes special projects and activities related to the department or division to which assigned; and performs related work as required.
     The Ideal Candidate 

    • Has a welcoming, professional, and personable demeanor;
    • Is self-motivated with the ability to anticipate needs and take on projects and tasks that need to be completed;
    • Is highly organized with excellent follow-up and follow-through skills;
    • Understands zero waste and recycling principles and practices; 
    • Is well-versed in materials management and source reduction;
    • Possesses excellent customer service skills;
    • Has a working knowledge of State regulations such as AB 939, AB 341, AB 1826, and SB 1383; and 
    • Has the ability to work under own initiative and is self-motivated.
    Supervision Received and Exercised
    Receives direct or general supervision from assigned supervisory or management personnel. Provides technical and functional direction to administrative and clerical positions.

    Class Characteristics
    This is an experienced, skilled office support class. Incumbents with well-developed office skills are expected to perform technical and specialized work requiring in-depth of knowledge of rules, regulations, policies, procedures and activities related to the department or division to which assigned and to apply them independently. The work includes lead direction of other office support staff on a project or day-to-day basis. This class is distinguished from the Office Technician in that the nature of the work of the latter classification is more transactional and has a comparatively narrow spectrum of work assignments. This class is distinguished from the Administrative Coordinator in that the nature, scope, and diversity of responsibilities of the latter class requires a broader understanding of department functions and the capability of relieving management of day-to-day office administrative and coordinative duties including the supervision of support staff.

    Typical Duties
    Management reserves the right to add, modify, change, or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job. 

    When performing all assignments:
    • Performs data entry on automated systems, including, but not limited to employee or population information, mailing lists, rosters, invoices, payroll data, work orders and purchase orders.
    • Prepares correspondence, reports, forms, receipts, vouchers, work orders, and specialized documents related to the department/division to which assigned from drafts, notes, brief instructions, corrected copy, or dictated tapes using a word processor or computer with form templates.
    • Proofreads materials for accuracy, completeness, compliance with departmental policies, formatting, and correct English usage, including grammar, punctuation and spelling.
    • Prepares and distributes meeting agendas; takes and transcribes minutes; maintains department and/or official City records.
    • Checks and tabulates standard arithmetic or statistical data; summarizes such information and prepares periodic or special reports.
    • May direct and review the work of a small office staff on a project or day-to-day basis; may train staff in work procedures.
    • Answers telephones and greets visitors; directs calls to appropriate staff or takes messages; makes referrals to other agencies or departments; and schedules meetings and conference rooms.
    • Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

    When assigned to the Sustainability Specialist position:
    • Participates in implementing recycling programs and projects.
    • Provides businesses with information on right-sizing their waste services for optimal diversion and cost-savings.
    • Becomes familiar with storm water requirements, and performs outreach to ensure only rain goes down the storm drain.
    • Serves as a technical resource for not just how to reduce waste, but how to recycle and compost properly, and explains the beneficial aspects of these practices.
    • Coordinates with the franchised waste hauler on technical outreach to businesses, multifamily complexes, and City departments.
    • Represents the department at conferences on specialized topics and at meetings with appropriate vendors.
    • Collects data and shares analysis with Program Manager.
    • Audits residential and business waste accounts, advises of best management practices.
    • Performs waste assessments; recommends methods of reducing overall waste along with service adjustments to increase diversion; and tracks tonnage reporting functions within programmatic and local/state guidelines. 

    Knowledge and Abilities

    Knowledge of: 
    Principles and practices of municipal management and government; principles, practices, and procedures of public administration in a municipal setting; applicable Federal, State, and local laws, regulatory codes, ordinances, and procedures relevant to assigned area of responsibility; basic research and reporting methods, techniques, and procedures; business letter writing and the standard format for reports and correspondence; principles and practices of data collection and report preparation; modern office administrative and secretarial practices and procedures, including the use of standard office equipment; computer applications related to the work; English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation; and techniques for dealing effectively with the public, vendors, contractors and City staff, in person and over the telephone.

    Ability to: 
    Provide varied, confidential, and responsible secretarial and office administrative work requiring the use of independent judgment, tact and discretion; respond to and effectively prioritize multiple phone calls, and other requests/interruptions; interpret and implement policies, procedures, technical processes, and computer applications; evaluate programs and processes in order to determine optimum efficiency; perform basic research and prepare reports and recommendations; analyze and resolve office administrative and procedural concerns and make process improvement changes to streamline procedures; organize, maintain, and update office database and records systems; enter and retrieve data from a computer with sufficient speed and accuracy; compose correspondence and reports independently or from brief instructions; establish and maintain a records management system; make accurate arithmetic and statistical calculations; organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner; organize own work, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines; operate modern office equipment including computer equipment and specialized software applications programs; use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone and in writing; and establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work.

    Minimum Qualifications

    Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:


    Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth (12th) grade.  College level coursework related to the area of assignment is desirable.



    Three (3) years of general office support or secretarial experience

    Licenses and Certifications

    • Specified position must possess and maintain a valid California class C driver's license and a satisfactory driving record.
    Recruitment Process

    Resumes cannot be substituted for a completed application. 

    The recruitment process is as follows:

    1. The most qualified candidates, as determined by initial screening of applications, will be invited to participate in a written/online exam and/or oral panel interview.
    2. Panel Interviews are tentatively scheduled for early October, 2021. 
    3. The eligibility list will be established from the interview process. Individuals on the eligibility list may be asked to participate in a second round of interviews based on specific individual qualifications and the City's needs. The eligibility list will remain in effect for one (1) year for potential future vacancies.
    The City of San Ramon is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex origin, sexual orientation or disability.  In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, should special accommodations be necessary at any stage of the selection process, please contact the Human Resources Division at

  • 13 Aug 2021 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Under general direction, ensures compliance with permit requirements and regulations related to environmental protection programs in solid waste management and landfill operations and the District’s approved Operations Plans; responsible for ensuring compliance with all air, landfill gas, ground water, stormwater and wastewater sampling, monitoring and reporting requirements; interacts with other departments, regulatory agencies and the public; perform other duties related to ensuring that the operating landfill is in compliance with permits and regulatory requirements; and oversee environmental control systems.



    This is a mid-level manager, registered engineer classification responsible for coordination of the environmental protection compliance programs under the general direction of the Sr. Engineer and is a member of the Management Unit.



    The following duties are typical of this classification and are intended only to describe the various types of work that may be performed, the level of technical complexity of the assignment(s) and are not intended to be an all-inclusive list of duties. The omission of a specific duty statement does not exclude it from the position if the work is consistent with the concept of the classification or is similar or closely related to another duty statement to address business needs and changing business practices.

    • Provides technical support including engineering for the design, permitting, operation, and maintenance of the landfill’s environmental control systems (e.g., storm water, leachate, underdrain water, groundwater, landfill gas, etc.).
    • Implements the District’s environmental protection programs and other related programs and projects.
    • Coordinates state mandated sampling, monitoring, and reporting programs related to landfill operations (air quality, landfill gas, groundwater, stormwater, leachate, and soils and ensures compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and permits either directly or through the management of consultants and service contracts.
    • Prepares various written correspondence, reports, materials.
    • Assists in the investigation of complaints associated with regulatory compliance issues.
    • Maintains environmental compliance records.
    • Plans, develops, and delivers, or manages and coordinates the delivery of, a variety of educational and safety programs to landfill and inspection staff.
    • Supervises inspection of industrial waste users for compliance with federal, state and local regulatory  standards.
    • Monitors and interprets conditions during storms and other hazardous situations and recommends appropriate actions.
    • Prepares complex technical reports and makes recommendations.
    • Conducts field tests and trains staff on proper sampling and inspection techniques.
    • Performs inspections and documents field collected data and observations.
    • Performs various monitoring and sampling activities to ensure compliance with regulations.
    • Reviews, analyzes and interprets test results and makes recommendations for correction of problems.
    • Prepares, reviews and submits environmental reports for internal and external audiences as required either directly or through the management of consultants and service contracts.  Maintains EP data tracking systems and provides District related reporting.
    • Plan, organizes and secures related environmental permits and other regulatory approvals.  Prepares related documentation either directly or through the management of consultants and service contracts.
    • Administers customer special waste disposal approvals in accordance with the District’s approved Waste Acceptance Program.
    • Adhere to an assigned work schedule and meet District attendance standards.
    • All District positions require the employee to provide good customer service to both internal and external customers, maintain positive and effective working relationships with other District employees, and have regular and reliable attendance and timeliness. Must show cooperation and respect to fellow employees and supervisors at all times.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.


    Knowledge of:

    • California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
    • Civil engineering principles and practices as applied to the field of solid waste management, including the planning, development, design, maintenance, construction, and operation of solid waste management, landfill, and related public works facilities.
    • Technical, legal, financial, and public relations problems related to the conduct of a solid waste management district engineering program.
    • Permitting requirements and processes for solid waste and landfill operations.
    • Working knowledge of chemical and physical characteristics of organic and inorganic waste.
    • Working knowledge of principles of chemistry, engineering, biology, geology, hydrology and water, air and soil quality management.
    • Working knowledge of research methodology and standard statistical procedures.
    • Applicable County, State, and Federal laws, codes, and ordinances related to the design, construction, and operation of solid waste management and landfill facilities.
    • Sound customer service practices and procedures.
    • Safety laws, programs, and requirements related to District operations.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Intermediate knowledge of MS Office, CAD, general computer acumen and ability to learn and utilize other job-related technical software.



    • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or related field.
    • Three to five years of environmental protection and compliance related experience.



    • Possession of a valid and current California Driver's License.
    • Possession of valid and current registration as a Professional Engineer, issued by the California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors.



    The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Physical Demands - While performing the duties of this class, employees are regularly required to sit; talk or hear, in person, in meetings and by telephone; use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate standard office equipment including keyboard; and reach with hands and arms. Employees are frequently required to walk and stand on uneven ground. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus. Lifting boxes such as recruitment files, applications or other forms weighing up to 25lbs.

    Mental Demands - While performing the duties of this class, employees are regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve policy and operational issues; observe and interpret people and situations; use math and mathematical reasoning; learn and apply new information or skills; perform detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks with constant interruptions; work under deadlines and interact with all levels of District management and personnel, and the public.

    Work Environment – Normally, work is performed in both indoor and outdoor environments; occasionally will be exposed to varying temperatures; regular exposure to exposure to dirt, dust, fumes, noise, garbage, foul odors; potential exposure to hazardous materials and chemicals, moderate exposure often works around fast-moving vehicles and equipment; constant contact with staff and the public.

    Special Demands - Must be able to actively participate in public meetings including giving presentations in person and on camera before the Board of Directors and members of the public.

    Click the link HERE for the full job position.

  • 05 Aug 2021 11:41 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    About Joint Venture Silicon Valley

    Joint Venture Silicon Valley is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. Established in 1993, Joint Venture provides analysis and action on issues affecting the Silicon Valley economy and quality of life. The organization brings together established and emerging leaders—from business, government, academia, labor and the broader community—to spotlight issues, launch projects and work toward innovative solutions.

    About Silicon Valley Food Recovery Initiative

    This position supports the Santa Clara County Food Recovery Steering Committee and the newly formed Santa Clara County Edible Food Recovery Program as SB 1383 is implemented.

    The Santa Clara County Food Recovery Steering Committee, originally convened through Joint Venture in 2016, is made up of city and county officials, zero-waste professionals, nonprofits, corporate partners, and citizens focused on the sourcing and recovery of prepared food. Thanks to continued funding through the Recycling and Waste Reduction Commission of Santa Clara County, we deepened our work to focus needed attention on SB 1383. To reduce food waste and help address food insecurity, SB 1383 requires that by 2025 California recover 20 percent of edible food excess. Jurisdictions must establish food recovery programs, food donors must arrange to recover the maximum amount of their excess food, and food recovery organizations and services must maintain agreements with generators and records for submission to the State. Joint Venture will manage the Santa Clara County Edible Food Recovery Program through the Steering Committee. Program to include:

    • Education and Outreach coordination
    • Centralized data collection/Documentation
    • Capacity Analysis, surveying and reporting
    • Develop Inspection and Monitoring Strategy- with goal of all jurisdictions standardized
    • Edible food program management/expansion

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    Joint Venture is seeking an impassioned food recovery Associate Director to support the administration of a county wide food recovery program. This position will support nonprofits working in the field and local jurisdictions as they enact the new SB 1383 legislation. This position will support all aspects of the program, including:

    • Managing their own projects related to SB 1383 implementation
    • Administration of surveys
    • Program tracking and documentation
    • Research and report writing
    • Representing the initiative in meetings throughout Silicon Valley
    • Compiling data for a Santa Clara County-wide food recovery capacity analysis

    Education: bachelor’s degree required, master's degree preferred.


    • 3+ years experience researching and/or writing
    • Great at networking, cultivating and maintaining organizational relationships
    • Strategic and data-driven, enjoy testing new approaches
    • The ability to participate in an environment that prioritizes participation from people of diverse backgrounds and perspectives
    • An understanding of how to work successfully with public, private and nonprofit sectors.
    • Excellent computer skills, with the ability to learn new software when needed. Most work is accomplished with the google suite of applications
    • Effective at working independently and remotely, but you’re also naturally collaborative and enjoy working with a team
    • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to lead meetings, listen to stakeholders, and speak publicly

    About the Position

    • This is a 70% position with Joint Venture Silicon Valley
    • Salaried, non-exempt role
    • The position is funded for two years. We expect it will continue into future fiscal years, pending success of the program
    • As a part-time employee, no benefits/paid vacation are included; however, we offer a flexible work schedule which can be adjusted to accommodate unpaid time off
    • Our organization is committed to flexibility and work-life balance
    • In the near-term, several monthly meetings are in-person in Santa Clara County, but most work will be conducted remotely. Longer-term remote work will be possible, as long as you have the ability to travel to San Jose and other parts of Silicon Valley for regular in-person meetings, several per week.

    How to Apply

    Please submit a cover letter and resume to: Robin Martin (, Executive Director, Silicon Valley Food Recovery, Joint Venture Silicon Valley.

  • 05 Aug 2021 11:18 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Solid Waste Management (SWM) program within the Washington State Department of Ecology is looking to hire a SWM SRS Section Manager (WMS Band 2) position. This position is located in our Headquarters Building (HQ) in Lacey, WA.


    The Solid Waste Program is at an interesting and challenging time with management of discarded material, plastic packaging, and other recyclable products. This position will be involved in helping to develop policy and regulation to improve Washington State’s solid waste system by responsibly managing solid waste and recyclable materials. New programs may include policy around product producer responsibility programs, product bans, removing plastic and plastic debris from the environment, and improving Washington’s recycling system by removing contamination and selling reusable recycling material. The SWM SRS Section Manager position will be involved in helping create Washington’s circular economy.


    The salary range for this position is from $91,652-$114,396 per year.

    Initial screening date for this position is August 9, 2021, with an application deadline of August 8, 2021 to be considered during initial screening.

    Please contact Robert Barkman with any questions 

    Pronouns: He/Him

    Human Resource Consultant, Recruiting and Diversity

    Department of Ecology, Human Resources Office

    Phone: 360-280-4787


  • 28 Jul 2021 7:03 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    TRUE, a zero waste certification owned and operated by USGBC/GBCI, is currently seeking an experienced zero waste professional to fill the position of Certification Manager. The position can be remote from anywhere in the U.S. Details on the position and how to apply are below. It is recommended to apply as soon as possible!

    Click HERE for the full job posting.

  • 27 Jul 2021 3:46 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Click HERE for the full job posting.

    Position Summary

    GreenWaste of Palo Alto is currently seeking highly motivated, professional, self-directed, and enthusiastic candidates to fill the Environmental Outreach Coordinator (EOC) position. Candidates should have experience implementing public outreach and education programs, and possess a strong desire to expand waste prevention, reuse, and recycling programs. The Program Specialist will lead the implementation of various new programs and will spearhead enforcement in the field.

    Position Description

    As a member of the Environmental Outreach team, contribute to the following efforts: • Identify the waste disposal and recycling needs of commercial businesses, multi-family complexes, and schools. • Conduct waste audits. • Conduct in-person waste sorting training with businesses and residents. • Provide all customers with appropriate educational information necessary to make informed, environmentally forward decisions relative to waste reduction, reuse, and recycling activities. • Report progress, challenges, and successes, including daily logs. • Respond to customer needs immediately and completely. • Help plan recycling and waste disposal needs for special events and large venues.

  • 27 Jul 2021 3:35 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Click HERE to view the full job posting.

    Position Summary

    GreenWaste of Palo Alto is currently seeking highly motivated, professional, self-directed, and enthusiastic candidates to fill the Environmental Outreach Coordinator: Public Education Specialist position. Candidates should have experience implementing public outreach and education programs, and possess a strong desire to expand waste prevention, reuse, and recycling programs. The Public Education Specialist will be the “head educator” of the Outreach team, working with schools, community service organizations, and the public as a whole.

    Position Description

    As a member of the Environmental Outreach team, contribute to the following efforts: • Identify the waste disposal and recycling needs of commercial businesses, multi-family complexes, and schools. • Conduct waste audits. • Conduct in-person waste sorting training with businesses and residents. • Provide all customers with appropriate educational information necessary to make informed, environmentally forward decisions relative to waste reduction, reuse, and recycling activities. • Report progress, challenges, and successes, including daily logs. • Respond to customer needs immediately and completely. • Help plan recycling and waste disposal needs for special events and large venues.

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