Full TimeUnited States - California - AnaheimPosted 04/22/2021Areas of interest: Health/SafetyRequisition Number: 279081BRESE311
The Management Area Waste Coordinator will be responsible for maintaining the Charter-Spectrum Waste and Recycling Program for an assigned geographical area as directed by the Management Area Safety Manager.
Leading various California Environmental compliance efforts including understanding and interpretation of waste regulations and requirements for Charter, recordkeeping, and submission of regulatory reports to the State of CA related to waste and chemical management.
Develop and implement environmental and waste-related training within Management Area
Develop and support environmental and waste programs for Spectrum Stores and Tech Center locations including
non-hazardous and hazardous materials management,
trash and recycling segregation and waste hauler liaison,
universal and hazardous waste management
physical maintenance and organization of the waste storage/management areas
waste characterization/determination including proper segregation, containerizing, labeling and preparing for shipment, other EHS (environmental, health and safety) compliance with federal, state and local regulations including DOT and RCRA requirements, OSHA and California specific regulations and requirements.
Serve as the main point of contact (POC) for Charter’s emergency response vendor in relation to incidental spill/leak/release cleanup activities.
Liaison with Management Area Safety, Field Operations and facilities teams responsible for the generation of waste.
Communicate and escalate EHS and waste management -related concerns with all levels of Management EHS-related issues as identified to Safety, Facilities, and Operations.
Review program operations through audits and inspections for compliance, identify program strengths and weaknesses and areas of non-compliance, and recommends corrective action.
Other duties as assigned.
Hazardous Waste Training Certificate (RCRA)
DOT Hazmat Transportation 49 CFR 172.704 training
40-Hour HAZWOPER Certification
Experience operating powered industrial trucks
High School diploma or equivalent and at least 18 years old
2-3 years of experience or a combination of education and experience in CA Waste Management
Ability to take and pass the RCRA/DOT training course
Experience with inventory, bin types, containers, and tools used to move product in warehouses
Ability to work extra hours as required
Proficiency with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook and Explorer)
Understanding of Shipping, Receiving and Operations processes.
Strong written and oral communication skills at all levels
Possess organizational and time management skills
Excellent attention to detail and work with the highest level of accuracy
Able to work productively in an independent or team setting.
Self-motivated and proactive
Able to prioritize work
The ability to lift/move items that weigh up to 65 pounds
Ability to operate material handling equipment.
Must have a clean driving record and possess a valid California driver license
Must submit to and pass drug screening
Ability to travel throughout assigned Management Area (60%)
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