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The Construction and Demolition Debris Diversion Analyst is a new position for Pitkin County. This role will be responsible for managing and incentivizing diversion of construction materials from the landfill through public outreach and developing community connections in the construction industry. This role will require a high level of analytical skill, competence with various computer systems and the ability to work effectively with internal and external stakeholders.
Responsible for the analysis and development of productivity measurements to create and/or improve processes for the construction and demolition debris diversion program as it applies to the Pitkin County Construction and Demolition Debris Diversion Code.
Conducts load inspections to determine contamination rate as required by the Pitkin County Construction and Demolition Debris Diversion Code.
Works with the County’s Community Development department in coordinating approvals of waste diversion goals and plans.
Works with the Community Development Department to determine if diversion reporting requirements to determine if final permit approvals have been met.
Creates and maintains a database of current and past construction and demolition debris jobs, tracks incoming waste from these jobs and assigns tiered pricing structure for individual jobs.
Uses project tracking software to monitor and review reports from construction and demolition projects.
Track and calculate additional budget line item revenues generated from the C&D ordinance and eventually make recommendations on use of funds generated from the program.
Maintains files and records related to the construction and demolition debris diversion program.
Follows, recommends, and adopts industry best practices for construction and demolition debris diversion and recycling. Looks for opportunities to increase construction and demolition debris diversion, including finding procedures for end-use markets.
Represents the County at construction and demolition debris related meetings and conferences; conducts public outreach and education related to construction and demolition debris diversion.
Maintains the construction and demolition debris diversion section of the LandfillRules.com webpage.
Manages the Drop and Swap reuse area of the Solid Waste Center.
Supports the relationship between Pitkin County government and the general public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with citizens, visitors, and County staff; maintains confidentiality of work-related issues and County information; performs other duties as assigned.
Maintains regular and reliable attendance.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, Earth Sciences, Business or related field; AND two years’ related program management experience; OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
Required Licenses or Certifications:
Must possess a valid Driver’s License and acceptable Motor Vehicle Record.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: plus relocation and 12 month housing stipend. Insurance, Retirement Savings, Paid Time Off
Internal Number: 52100-2
About Pitkin County Solid Waste Center
Covering 975 square miles, Pitkin County is located in the heart of the White River National Forest, surrounded by the spectacular peaks of the central Rocky Mountains. Pitkin County includes the communities of Aspen, Snowmass, Woody Creek, Old Snowmass, Meredith, Thomasville, Redstone and portions of the town of Basalt.
The Solid Waste Center/Landfill is a small municipal solid waste facility regulated by the state of Colorado. The economy of Pitkin County is powered by tourism. As such, we see our business change along with the seasons. Construction waste constitutes a majority of our business during the summer months, and we have established multiple programs for recycling and repurposing of household hazardous waste, metal, tires, electronics, mattresses and textiles. Our Compost programming has also been growing, in our efforts to divert as much as possible from the Landfill.