Waste Pro Jobs

Mechanic  

Department: Operations 

FLSA Status: Non Exempt 

Created: February 17, 2015 

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: 

Reports To: Shop Manager 

SUMMARY OF POSITION

Performs preventative maintenance, run inspections, diagnostics tests, and repairs a variety of  vehicles and equipment.  

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

1. Diagnoses mechanical problems and performs repairs and maintenance on all equipment to  maximize safe and productive operations.  

2. Reviews and completes repairs identified on DVIR (Driver Vehicle Inspection Report) and/or  repair orders. 

3. Communicates with managers and drivers on issues with vehicles and determines preventative  techniques to minimize future repairs. 

4. Completes all required paperwork in a timely and concise manner. 

5. Follows all safety policies and procedures 

6. Maintains a clean, safe work area in compliance with corporate and OSHA standards.  7. Utilizes vehicle computer electronics systems to interpret failure modes to initiate or assign  repairs. 

8. Conducts safety checks on vehicles and equipment.  

OTHER JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: 

• Employees in this job classification must attend and participate in corporation  sponsored training courses as assigned.  

• Employees in this job classification are responsible for keeping up to date on current  technology, as job appropriate, being used by Waste Pro. 

• Any additional job duties that may be assigned by the Supervisor. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Waste Pro 

• Knowledge of all maintenance and repair techniques 

• Ability to make road calls or perform test drives, so a valid driver’s license and a clean driving  

record is a qualification. 

• Able to hold and maintain a valid CDL license, preferred 

• Mechanical or trade school certification, preferred 

• Knowledge of all tools required to perform repairs and maintenance on vehicles • Computer skills as required 

Special Considerations/Physical Work Requirements: 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the  essential functions of the job. 

• Exposure to chemical and residential waste. 

• Walking, Jogging, Twisting, Crouching, Lifting 

• Sufficient stamina for steady work pace throughout the day 

• Able to utilize all Personal Protective Equipment as mandated by company • Physically able to get up and down from the cab of a commercial motor vehicle between 50  and 100 times a da 

• Physically able to lift 50 to 75 pounds from the floor to waist height unassisted • Physically able to lift 50 pounds from the floor to shoulder height unassisted • Physically able to lift 50 pounds form the floor to overhead unassisted 

• Physically able to push and pull 50 pounds unassisted 

• Physically able to frequently (100-200 times) bend at the knees and waist • Physically able to frequently (100-200 times) reach over your head or reach out with  extended arms to perform work 

• Physically able to frequently (100-200 times) twist at the waist to perform work • Physically able to work in extreme temperatures and weather environments (road calls) 

WORK ENVIRONMENT: 

• Normal setting for this job is: Inside and Outside with occasional exposure to extreme  weather conditions.


Residential Driver 

Department: Operations 

FLSA Status: Non Exempt  

Created: February 15, 2015 

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: 

Reports To: Route Supervisor 

SUMMARY OF POSITION

Operates refuse collection vehicles on pre-assigned and special routes to pick up garbage, yard  waste, or recycling. Oversees work of helpers assisting on assigned route; performs pre-trip and  post-trip truck check and cleaning; and performs other related work as assigned. Work is performed  under supervision and performance is reviewed while in progress and upon completion through  direct observation of routes, and discussion of problems 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

1. Safely drives truck on pre-established route in accordance with Decision Driving principles  

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within prescribed time. Collects and dumps garbage and refuse into refuse trucks while  covering a designated route in a residential zone. Unloads refuse trucks at the landfill,  transfer station, or similar facility. 

2. Provides Distinguishably Different level of service through courteous and expeditious  customer service in all aspects of refuse operation to the general public and customers.  Exhibits a positive attitude towards company, customer and municipal goals. 

3. Ensures garbage and recyclables at residences are picked up and transferred properly;  pick up may require using back door. Tags improper refuse containers and waste; 4. Performs Daily Pre and Post Trip inspections as set forth by Waste Pro procedures and  D.O.T. guidelines. Completes Safety Lane activity and DVIR daily in accordance with  Waste Pro safety lane guidelines. Includes inspection under hood, check under carriage,  check fluid levels and air tires.  

5. Maintains clean truck and washes exterior weekly. Inspect/Clean Truck: Lift hood, inspect  under the hood, walk around and check under carriage; pump gas, check fluid levels and  air tires – Uses air gauge, dipstick for levels, and gas pump nozzle for gas fill. 

6. Performs a variety of manual duties in the clean-up of scattered refuse; moves and  empties large trash bins using truck hydraulics;  

7. Prepares, maintains, and submits required company and regulation-mandated reports and  documents;  

8. Responsible for all persons working on vehicle during the designated route. 9. Must comply with all Department of Transportation and State requirements for operators of  commercial motor vehicles. 

10. May be required to work during emergency situations. 

OTHER JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: 

• Employees in this job classification must attend and participate in corporation  sponsored training courses as assigned.  

• Employees in this job classification are responsible for keeping up to date on current  technology, as job appropriate, being used by Waste Pro. 

• Any additional job duties that may be assigned by the Supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS: 

• Must have a Class A or B CDL valid for the state in which the position works. Requires a  clean driving record.  

• At least 1 year of previous experience operating a vehicle requiring a CDL within the past 7  (seven) years  

• Must be at least 21 years of age or older 

• Understand refuse collection policies, procedures, guidelines and practices; understanding  of Department of Transportation and State requirements for operators of commercial motor  vehicles. 

• Hear in the normal audio range with or without correction 

• See in the normal visual range with or without correction  

• Exhibit normal range of body motion  

• Drive a front-end, side, rear-end, or roll off loading refuse truck, including right-hand driver’s  position on certain equipment, observing legal and defensive driving practices.  • Manipulate heavy equipment control levers  

• Follow a designated refuse collection route or work schedule;  

• Understand and carry out oral and written instructions;  

• Maintain written records and service responses.  

• Must be able to speak and read English well enough to communicate with customers, co workers, dispatch and super visors, understand highway and traffic signals, and be able to  make legible entries on paperwork. 

Special Considerations/Physical Work Requirements: 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the  essential functions of the job. 

1. Physically able to push or pull independently (unassisted) 50 pounds between 800 and  1000 times a day 

2. Physically able to lift independently (unassisted) 50 pounds from the ground to waist height  between 800 and 1000 times a day 

3. Physically able to get up and down from the cab of a commercial motor vehicle between  800 and 1000 times a day 

4. Physically able to bend at the waist and knees between 800 and 1000 times a day 5. Physically able to work 8 to 12 hours in extreme weather conditions (heat, cold, and rain) 

WORK ENVIRONMENT: 

• Works in a variety of environment conditions, including wide temperature and weather  variations including heat, cold, rain, wind; noise and vibrations, fumes, odors and dust.

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