Load Operator--Hatfield, PA

Education and Experience Required (including certifications and/or software requirements for the position): Education equivalent to graduation from High School or GED as well as a heavy equipment operator certificate from a technical school. Three or more years experience operating heavy equipment required. Demonstrates general working knowledge of computers. May be required to maintain certification from Hazardous Shipping, RCRA, DOT; and OSHA forklift training. Maintains valid driver's license. Key Competencies: Demonstrates the ability to review and proofread work for accuracy and completes specific aspects of assignments, as directed. Concentrates on tasks at hand, even in distracting work environments. Demonstrates the ability to be held accountable for individual decisions, actions and results. Demonstrates the ability to persist with a specific course of action. Must be willing to commit the necessary time and effort to complete work assignments and do a quality job. Demonstrates the ability to function independently; resolve problems without direction. Position requires extensive lifting, walking, bending, and pushing. Must be able to lift up to 55 pounds and push and/or pull carts weighing as much as 650 pounds. Must be able to work in extreme environmental conditions. Activities occur inside and outside. Must be able to tolerate extreme heat and cold. Temperatures above 100 degrees F for periods of more than one hour. (South and Southeastern part of the country). Temperatures below 32 degrees F for period of more than one hour. (North and Northeast part of the country).
We are currently seeking a Load Operator. In this role, under direction, will safely operates wheel loader in containment building, receives bulk solid waste, samples, dumps and stabilizes. Responsibilities include but not limited to: Initializes stabilization process for solid waste as provided by applicable treatment procedures. Loads dump trailers for outbound disposal. Receive bulk solid waste, log, sample, dump and process. Segregate and organize vault waste piles by destination. Other duties as assigned or requested.

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