ES Field Technician

Republic Services

POSITION SUMMARY: The Environmental Services Field Technician performs
operational functions relating to emergency response and hazardous and
non-hazardous spill clean-up and Hazmat Decon work. PRINCIPLE
RESPONSIBILITIES: Daily work will involve confined space entry such as
manholes, tank cleaning, oil spill cleanup, drum handling,
decontamination, sweeping and shoveling, high pressure washing and
various other remedial activities. Operates light and heavy equipment
relating to clean-up, including: rolloff truck, vacuum truck, box
trucks, skid steer, forklift, pumps and pallet-jack Responds to customer
spills and emergencies during normal business hours and after hours.
Performs pre-trip and post-trip Department of Transportation
inspections. Maintains vehicle logs. Performs general housekeeping,
including maintenance of equipment and site. Performs other related
duties as assigned. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to use heavy and
light equipment, such as forklift, and pallet-jack. Skilled using hand
and shop tools, and instruments. Demonstrates, accuracy, thoroughness
and attention to detail. Must be able to prioritize, stay focused and
handle multiple, diverse responsibilities. A valid driver?s license may
be required for some positions. Current 40-hour HAZWOPER Training.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to pass 40-hour HAZWOPER training upon
hire Rewarding Compensation and Benefits: Eligible employees can elect
to participate in: Comprehensive medical benefits coverage, dental
plans and vision coverage. Health care and dependent care spending
accounts. Short- and long-term disability. Life insurance and
accidental death & dismemberment insurance. Employee and Family
Assistance Program (EAP). Employee discount programs. Retirement
plan with a generous company match. Employee Stock Purchase Plan
(ESPP).

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