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THE POSITION will act as part of the hazardous materials response team as well as maintain, construct, operate and monitor leachate collection, surface water, ground water, landfill gas and hazardous waste management systems, and other environmental issues for the Kootenai County Solid Waste Department.
$21.31 to $24.33 per hour depending on experience
Public Employees Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI) a pension plan with five year vesting, 11.94% employer contribution, and lifetime payout upon retirement.
This position will be required to work the posted work schedule rotating months with other employees for 24-hour on-call status, including holidays, weekends and non-scheduled hours.
DO YOU QUALIFY?
Do you have an Associate’s degree or Applied Associates degree or certification from a two-year college or professional/technical school or program in Chemistry, Biology, Sanitation, or Environmental Science?
Do you have a minimum of 48 months related experience and/or training?
Do you possess or have the ability to possess a valid commercial driver’s license (Class B) and are you insurable?
Are you able to meet the minimum physical fitness standards for this position and be respirator fitted?
About Kootenai County Solid Waste
Kootenai County: Located in beautiful northern Idaho, in an area known as the Panhandle, Kootenai County is surrounded by scenic mountains and more than twenty pristine lakes--an outdoor enthusiast's dream. The largest city and county seat is located in beautiful Coeur d'Alene and is on the majestic shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene. The county is 1,310 square miles, including 70 square miles of water, 245,000 acres of national forest, and 33,000 acres of state timberland. Kootenai County is a destination location for regional, national, and international travelers; hence, the seasonal population increase is well beyond the local population of 138,494 (2010 Census).SOLID WASTE DEPT: Kootenai County provides two full service transfer stations for customer convenience. The Coeur d'Alene station is located at 3650 N. Ramsey Road in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The Post Falls Station is located at 15580 W. Prairie Avenue in Post Falls, Idaho.