Solid Waste Site Attendant (Substitutes)
POSITION: Solid Waste Site Attendant (Substitutes)
DEPARTMENT: Duplin County Solid Waste
SALARY: $ 9.2928 Hourly
OPENING DATE: July 17, 2020 Closing Date: July 31, 2020
APPLY AT: Duplin County Personnel Office
County Administration Building
224 Seminary Street
Kenansville, NC 28349
Website Address: www.duplincountync.com
“Equal Opportunity Employer”
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
Under general supervision of the Solid Waste Director, the employee directs citizens to appropriate waste disposal locations; inspects disposal loads for hazardous materials and unacceptable materials; approves and rejects such loads depending on their content; performs other related duties as assigned.
- Provides information and assistance to customers in a professional, courteous and tactful manner regarding disposal and recycling procedures, rules, policies and options.
- Directs customers to proper disposal sites and monitors combined loads to ensure correct placement.
- Directs incoming and departing vehicles to and from disposal and recycling areas.
- Ensures that only residential waste is accepted.
- Complies with proper safety regulations and performs work in a safe manner.
- Performs routine operation and maintenance of compactor.
- Coordinates the servicing and collection of containers.
- Position is responsible for general site maintenance and clean-up of center area. Cleans and sweeps as necessary to maintain a clean work environment including local road litter.
- Educates the general public by promoting and encouraging participation in the county recycling program.
- Ensures recyclable materials are sorted and placed in containers provided at centers.
- Opens and closes center at specified times.
- Some judgment is exercised in determining enforcement of waste/recyclable acceptance rules.
- Other projects and responsibilities may be added at Duplin County’s discretion.
Customer Service Experience
- Training Requirements (licenses, programs, or certificates): Have or willing to complete a household hazardous waste training session of 40 hours within first 6 months of employment