This position is responsible for overseeing the function and productivity of their department by performing the following duties.
Starting at $95,000
*Must have 3+ years experience in the Emergency Spill Response/Environmental/Remediation/Waste Management industry or another related field.
- High school diploma or GED
- 40- and 80-hour OSHA certification, TTCI training center
- ICS training, preferred
- Obtain or can qualify for the Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC).
- Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical procedures, or regulations.
- Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
- Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.
- Has advanced basic computer and electronic equipment skills including logging on to systems, experience with Microsoft Office Suite, GPS, Digital Monitoring Equipment.
- Manage department staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees.
- Complete operational requirements by scheduling work and assigning departmental employees, subcontractors, and others required to operate your department for growth.
- Oversee planned and emergency projects involving the containment, cleanup, remediation and waste disposal of hydrocarbon and other pollutant releases including hazardous and non-hazardous materials resulting from transportation spills occurring on-land, waterways and railways; industrial incidents, and releases from energy transmission facilities and equipment.
- Ensure proper field paperwork is collected and submitted to accounting department for processing.
- Communicate with customers regarding project objectives, budgets, planned activities, progress and contractual issues to achieve project goals and enhance relationships.
- Communicate and coordinate with local, State and Federal regulators/representatives regarding cleanup requirements and temporary closure of work areas.
- Familiar with heavy equipment operation, liquid vac trucks (80bbl to 165bbl), air movers, combo trucks, jet rodding and hydro-excavation.
- Preform sampling, order analytical testing, and review results to identify substances and ensure successful project completion.
- Specialize in estimating projects, writing bid letters and cleanup reports.
- Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local requirements for reporting, and advising management on needed actions.
- Available for after-hours on-call rotation.
- Oversees budget preparation, expense management, and quality improvement activities within the assigned department.
- Develops best practices for operational efficiency.
- Ensures team responds to customer queries and concerns in timely and accurate manner.
- Assists in developing employee safety and risk management programs.
- Develops positive and safe working environment for employees.
- Protects operations by maintaining strict confidentiality of all employee and company information.
- Respectfully takes direction from Executive Vice President and/or Director of Operations.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance for employees and their dependants
- Life and AD&D – Voluntary and Company Paid
- Specialty RX program
- Group AFLAC Options
- Telehealth by Teladoc
- 401(k) profit share plans with company matching contribution
- Company Profit Share Incentive Program
- Paid Holidays
- Paid Time Off
Pacific Northern Environmental LLC DBA Cowlitz Clean Sweep (“CCS”) is an equal opportunity employer. We are a drug and alcohol-free workplace. All new hires are subject to testing in accordance with local, federal, and state guidelines.