Online applications accepted at: http://www.mcohio.org/departments/human_resources/job_opportunities.php
The schedule for this position is Tuesday through Friday 12:00pm to 8:30pm and Saturdays 7:30am to 4:00pm. General supervisory level in waste disposal/exchange/fleet operations under general supervision of the Solid Waste Services Manager and Assistant Manager – Operations requiring thorough knowledge of solid waste operations and related equipment in order to direct transfer station operations including loading and compacting of waste into trucks, directing traffic in tipping area, directing fleet operations, keeping grounds at facility free of debris, directing scale house operations, directing waste exchange and recycling operations, directing county transfer fleet and integrating contractor transfer fleet, directing the collection and shredding/destruction of County records and the litter program. Supervise assigned staff (i.e., Facility & equipment Maintenance Worker, Equipment Operator I, Equipment Operator II, Scales Operator, etc. Performs the material and substantial duties of the classification more than 50% of the time.
Supervises assigned staff as listed above; directs the transfer station operations including scale functions, waste exchange operations, fleet operations, and recycling operations during assigned shift in order to ensure facilities are in compliance with department policies and procedures, transportation and disposal contracts, and state and federal regulations regarding waste disposal/handling/transportation; maintains grounds and general maintenance of county solid waste facilities; directs collection, destruction and disposal of county records; directs litter collection operations. Oversees schedules and assigns staff; manages traffic flow through the facilities; manages the handling of solid waste, yard waste, donated items, or recyclables received; handles citizen issues; trouble-shoots scale equipment problems; oversees an inventory control system; makes site visits to potential donors; works with vendors on the recycling programs; operates a motor vehicle Class B or A equipment as needed to direct various operations. Conducts safety meetings, investigates and reviews accident reports, accountable for working within an established budget and preparing periodic and special reports covering operating metrics. Performs tasks of the functional area(s) supervised (i.e., operates various trucks and motorized equipment such as dump truck, rubber tired front loader, forklift , and street sweeper, tractor/trailer; loads open top and operates tamping crane to level loads and hydraulic compactor to compact loads; cleans tipping floor; monitors, records and inspects inbound solid waste; assesses and collects fees; inspects incoming donations and loads/unloads and transports materials; provide litter collection on roadside and illegal dumpsters; operates collection vehicles and equipment to destroy county records with expired retention period); serves as liaison with vendors, agencies, communities, the media, government officials, for the purpose of promoting the waste exchange programs; responds to customer concerns/questions regarding waste transportation, recycling and disposal operations; orders and dispenses tools and supplies; maintains inventory of tools and supplies; monitors expenditures of items purchased; maintains records. (Performs Related Duties As Required)
Must have valid State of Ohio Commercial Driver's License (CDL) with appropriate endorsements. Must pass Department of Transportation physical exam. Equivalent to high school diploma and 6 yrs. experience in the functional area, including 2 yrs experience in the operation of equipment indicated, and 2yrs. experience as team leader/supervisor or 6 college level business/management courses.. OR Completion of associate degree core course work in management, transportation or a related discipline and 4 years related experience in functional area supervised, including 2 years experience as team leader/supervisor. OR alternative, equivalent evidence of the Minimum Class Requirements. (Other Evidences May Be Substituted)
Must maintain licensure.