CRRA Jobs Board


Have a job posting you'd like listed? Email Lauren or call 916-441-2772, ext 3.

  • 14 Mar 2018 3:48 PM | Lauren Meyer (Administrator)

    The Environmental Programs Manager for the City of Santa Clara leads a dynamic team to implement the City's urban run-off pollution prevention program and  solid waste, recycling and waste reduction efforts. This position supervises and assigns staff and monitors contractors responsible for the implementation of environmental programs and services. The incumbent will plan, develop and administer solid waste and recycling and urban runoff pollution prevention programs.  

    For more information and information on how to apply, click here

  • 14 Mar 2018 3:44 PM | Lauren Meyer (Administrator)

    The Climate Corps Program is hiring for a half-cycle (5 month) Fellow (with possibility of a year-long extension) to join Alameda County as a Compost & Recycling Associate. The anticipated start date for this position is on or after April 1, 2018 and is flexible with candidate availability.

    The Compost and Recycling Associate will expand and increase the effectiveness of the Sustainability Office’s waste diversion programs at Alameda County facilities to help meet our climate protection goals. 

    1)      You will roll out composting and mixed container recycling program at owned and leased facilities. Launching this enhanced recycling program at new sites involves completing site assessments; developing site specific roll-out plans; and coordinating with janitors, waste haulers, and other stakeholders to implement the plans. You will also do targeted outreach to employees to ensure the program is used correctly.

    2)      You will design and lead engaging educational workshops and outreach campaigns to improve recycling rates at existing facilities.

    3)      To ensure overall success, you will also conduct waste and bill audits, assist in the delivery of services (i.e., placing bins and signs, coordinating service delivery, researching and purchasing waste/recycling systems), and work with internal and external partners to troubleshoot issues.

    4)      You will also assist with other sustainability initiatives as needed, potentially helping to update our greenhouse gas emissions inventory and Climate Action Plan for internal operations.

     

    You will gain:

            Project management experience, including project scoping, developing work plans & timelines, and project implementation;

            Experience implementing projects that rely on the cooperation of diverse stakeholder groups;

            Opportunities to guide projects through (often complex) government structures;

            Firsthand experience working in the waste and recycling field;

            Practice creating and delivering target outreach campaigns; and

            Experience gathering and analyzing quantitative data & field data and using it to assess project effectiveness and to inform program decisions.

     

    This position provides a monthly stipend of $1,750, a $250 End of Program Award, and offers a training and travel reimbursement. (Site supervisor & SEI approval required for reimbursement.)

     

    This position is based in downtown Oakland, on Lake Merritt, and is accessible from two BART stations and multiple bus lines.

     

    Alameda County employees are based in over 150 facilities and campuses. Waste disposal at these locations accounts for a significant portion of the greenhouse gas emissions from County operations. Employees have an impact on these emissions through decisions about how they dispose of their waste. This Fellow’s service will provide the infrastructure and information employees need to divert a large portion of their waste from landfills, thereby eliminating methane emissions from landfills and enabling materials recycling, which lowers the emissions associated with using virgin (as opposed to recycled) materials. Recycling also helps to decrease our reliance on natural resources that will be impacted by climate change.

     

    Qualifications

            Self-motivated and comfortable working in a highly collaborative environment

            Comfortable coordinating the activities of partners in multiple independent agencies

            Skilled in producing/delivering creative outreach campaigns (e.g., public presentations, materials in a variety of media)

            Organized, with the ability to track multiple deliverables in different project areas

            Comfortable communicating with individuals from a variety of positions and backgrounds

            Flexible

            Have, or be able to obtain a valid California driver’s license

     

    Desired Experience

            Familiarity with waste and recycling systems, processes, and technologies

            Creativity in designing and delivering outreach campaigns

            Comfort with Microsoft Office suite, particularly Excel and Publisher

            Project management

            Attention to detail

            Polite persistence in advancing the County's needs with external partners and vendors

     

    For information on Alameda County’s Office of Sustainability and past Climate Corps Fellows, see:http://www.acgov.org/sustain/who/careers/climatecorps.htm 

     

    To apply: visit www.climate-corps.org

  • 14 Mar 2018 3:39 PM | Lauren Meyer (Administrator)

    The Site Operations & Facilities Manager plans, directs, supports and monitors the employees and operations of the landfill and its environmental control systems , landfill gas (LFG) plant, scales, and site and facilities maintenance; develops, proposes, and manages approved budgets of each department; makes recommendations for improvements of the business activities, performs a variety of administrative and technical tasks relative to assigned departments and operations compliance; provides technical assistance to the department supervisors and Director of Operations.

    See the full job posting and more details here

  • 13 Mar 2018 9:02 AM | Lauren Meyer (Administrator)

    Overview

    Are you passionate about reducing waste and helping the environment? Do you want to work on current issues in the solid waste industry?

    R3 Consulting Group, Inc. (R3) is seeking talented, dedicated, and passionate entry-level through senior-level associates to join its high-performing team. Entry level associates are especially sought, with immediate positions available for the right candidates. R3 is an environmental consulting firm specializing in supporting government agencies with solid waste management and sustainability issues. R3 operates under three guiding principles – Resources, Respect, and Responsibility – which shape our work developing and implementing cost-effective, community-friendly, sustainable solutions to benefit our clients and society as a whole.

    Primary Responsibilities

    • Manage and successfully complete multiple projects simultaneously
    • Conduct relevant research and analysis
    • Prepare reports and deliverables
    • Deliver presentations in public settings
    • Attend in-person meetings and events
    • Support business development activities including marketing services to new and existing clients, producing proposals, and interviewing for competitive projects
    • Plan, coordinate, and follow through on tasks and assignments in a timely manner
    • Follow R3 policies and standards of conduct
    • Other duties as assigned
    • Some travel within California required

    Please see attached for details and application instructions.  We are especially seeking ambitious developing professionals with middle to senior levels of experience to join our growing management team and organization. Many R3 employees will be present at NCRA Recycling Update on March 20 and at the CRRA Conference in Oakland in July – please find us and ask your questions about consulting with R3!

  • 01 Mar 2018 10:48 AM | Lauren Meyer (Administrator)

    The Recology internship program will take you outside the classroom and provide you with hands-on professional experience. During the 12-week paid summer internship, you will learn what resource recovery really means and have fun while doing it! You will see first-hand the many facets of our business, as well as lead a project and experience how our employee-owners help communities reach their sustainability goals.

    Internships for 2018 will run from May 21st to August 17th, and June 25th to September 14th.

    To apply, click here

  • 14 Feb 2018 10:17 AM | Lauren Meyer (Administrator)

    RethinkWaste, the operating brand for the South Bayside Waste Management Authority (SBWMA), seeks a talented, experienced person to service as its financial, accounting, and budgetary expert. This position acts in a fiduciary capacity to provide, among other services, budgeting and internal financial projections, review of third-party contractors' annual compensation applications, rate-related technical assistance to 12 member agencies, payroll and benefits administration, oversight of general insurance and bonds, and capital project cost analysis and control. RethinkWaste owns and manages a major transfer station and materials recovery facility, manages service providers that collect and handle solid waste and recyclable materials, and provides waste reduction and recycling education and outreach. RethinkWaste serves over 400,000 residents and businesses in San Mateo County. The position is based in our seven-person administrative office located in San Carlos. For more information, see: http://www.rethinkwaste.org/about/about-us/employment-opportunities

  • 30 Jan 2018 3:15 PM | Lauren Meyer (Administrator)

    The Mattress Recycling Council is hiring a Southern California Program Coordinator. For more information and to apply, see the full posting here:  www.mattressrecyclingcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/MRC-CA-coordinator-job-posting-1-23-18.pdf

  • 18 Jan 2018 3:11 PM | Lauren Meyer (Administrator)

    PaintCare seeks a qualified candidate to assist with growing and maintaining the paint stewardship program in California. This position will be located in Southeastern California and will coordinate the recruitment, contracting and maintenance of PaintCare drop-off sites in San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange, San Diego, and Imperial Counties and other surrounding areas as needed.

    Full position posting can be found at:

    https://www.paintcare.org/about/#/jobs-rfps?paintcare-coordinator-for-california

    https://www.paintcare.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/PaintCare_Regional_Coordinator.pdf

    Contact Information

    To apply for this position, please email a cover letter stating your motivations for applying and salary requirements, a narrative or academic writing sample (of approximately 500 words), and a current resume to jobs@paintcare.org. Please indicate “PaintCare Southeast Regional Coordinator for California” in the email subject line. Please follow these application instructions precisely, as incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

  • 13 Dec 2017 12:07 PM | Lauren Meyer (Administrator)

    Cascadia Consulting Group is current recruiting for a Zero Waste Ambassador. For full details, click here

  • 12 Dec 2017 4:49 PM | Lauren Meyer (Administrator)

    Waste Management has hundreds of job opportunities across the country. Click here to search for available openings. 

 California Resource Recovery Association   915 L Street, Suite C-216   Sacramento, CA 95814  (916) 441-2772

www.crra.com>>

Privacy Policy

 

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software