Demolition/ Renovation Waste Technician
Parks & Environmental Services – Environmental Resource Management
Regular Full time
Hours of Work
80 hours bi-weekly
Rate of Pay
$30.11 – $33.07 per hour (2021 rates)
Review of applications begins
4:00pm on January 5, 2021 however, this position will remain open until filled
This position is responsible for responding to public enquiries about waste disposal, explaining regulatory requirements regarding the disposal of demolition wastes (including clean demolition, asbestos, and controlled wastes). Assesses loads of demolition waste at the Hartland Landfill to ensure permit compliance. Process and verifies Clean Demolition Permit applications, updating database entries, and assisting with residential demolition outreach and education initiatives.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Assesses loads of demolition waste at Hartland Landfill to ensure permit compliance.
- Provides information and response to public enquiries about waste disposal.
- Explains regulatory requirements regarding the safe disposal of demolition wastes (including asbestos and controlled wastes).
- Communicates additional permit requirements
- Provides guidance to landfill attendants in the area of controlled waste.
- Assists with demolition waste business and residential outreach and education initiatives including assisting with program initiatives and educational materials.
- Records and processes permit applications with routine analysis.
- Verifies supporting documentation (eg: structure age, laboratory analytical data, hazardous waste reports, etc.).
- Updates entries in the clean demolition waste database.
- Drafts correspondence regarding clean demolition waste.
- Performs data entry.
- Follows all policies, procedures and standards of the CRD.
- Performs other related duties as required.
- Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety including courses in industrial hygiene or a related field and two years’ experience recognizing and evaluating occupational contaminates. OR
- A one year certificate program in Occupational Health with three to five years of experience in recognizing and evaluating occupational contaminates.
- Experience with educating key stakeholders on industrial hygiene is also required.
- Certification in WHMIS and TDG Regulation.
To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit your resume and covering letter online at www.crd.bc.ca under “Careers”.
The CRD thanks you for your interest and advises only those candidates under active consideration will be contacted.
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