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Ensure the day-to-day operations at the transfer station, compost facility and closed landfill are in full regulatory compliance with all local, State and Federal laws, regulations, policies, practices and procedures.
Maintain operational standards for Municipal Solid Waste Facilities
Ensure a high level of customer service for the division
Manage surface water drainage and oversee Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection and disposal
Performing waste classifications
Develop Scopes of Work (SOW) and coordinates project work with City staff, consulting engineers, environmental consultants, and/or contractors
Develop, prepare and present a wide variety of periodic and special reports, presentations, and recommendations to business/industry/environmental groups and associations, contractors, waste haulers, and the general public on any aspect of the transfer station, compost facility and landfill operations, including regulatory matters, environmental concerns and project plans/changes
Coordinate key purchases and payments for projects with Finance Department
Ensure site personnel and stakeholders are following the Site Operating Plan (SOP)
Apply best management practices to site maintenance and correct any deficiencies
Recommend necessary changes and improvements to the division’s operations and facilities
Perform personnel duties such as assigning job duties to employees, processing payroll, evaluating employee performance and monitoring overtime
Provide public outreach services to educate and inform the public of self-disposal requirements; e.g. trap coverage, fees, hazardous waste, tires, etc.
May be asked to perform other duties as assigned
Certifications, Licenses or Other requirements
TCEQ Class A Municipal Solid Waste license is preferred
If no license at the time of hire, must obtain a provisional license within 6 months of hire and must obtain full license within 1 year of hire
Requires a Bachelor’s Degree (BA/BS)
Minimum of five (5) years of experience and two (2) years supervisory experience required
Successful out of state candidates must be able to obtain a valid Texas Class B driver's license within 90 days of hire