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Project Coordinator
Elizabeth, NJ
Posted 3 years ago

The primary purpose of the Project Coordinator (PC) position is to understand the customer’s remediation and service needs as they relate to materials, personnel, equipment & documentation for remediation projects.

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General Foreman
Nashua, NH
Posted 3 years ago

Serves as a working foreman of a crew of Technicians who remove and dispose of hazardous and non-hazardous materials.

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Project Coordinator
Pulaski, PA
Posted 3 years ago

The primary purpose of the Project Coordinator (PC) position is to understand the customer’s remediation and service needs.

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General Foreman
Skowhegan, ME
Posted 3 years ago

Serves as a working foreman of a crew of Technicians who remove and dispose of hazardous and non-hazardous materials, the foreman will be responsible for all onsite paperwork, meeting all safety requirements, prepare worksite to ensure safety of the public during the removal of the hazardous materials, conduct safety briefings, and monitors jobs to insure compliance with federal, state and local regulations.

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Project Manager
Skowhegan, ME
Posted 3 years ago

Manage labor crews in the field and assist in completing projects in the estimated time frame in a safe, efficient, and professional manner.

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General Foreman
Bangor, ME
Posted 3 years ago

Serves as a working foreman of a crew of Technicians who remove and dispose of hazardous and non-hazardous materials, the foreman will be responsible for all onsite paperwork, meeting all safety requirements, prepare worksite to ensure safety of the public during the removal of the hazardous materials, conduct safety briefings, and monitors jobs to insure compliance with federal, state and local regulations.

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Heavy Equipment Operator
Bridgeport, CT
Posted 3 years ago

The primary purpose of the position is to ensure that driving and operation of equipment is conducted in a safe and compliant manner.

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General Foreman
Hartford, CT
Posted 3 years ago

Serves as a working foreman of a crew of Technicians who remove and dispose of hazardous and non-hazardous materials, the foreman will be responsible for all onsite paperwork, meeting all safety requirements, prepare worksite to ensure safety of the public during the removal of the hazardous materials, conduct safety briefings, and monitors jobs to insure compliance with federal, state and local regulations.

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Senior Environmental Specialist
Cambridge, MA
Posted 3 years ago

Supervising teams of specialists who perform variety of tasks at customer sites relating to lab safety, environmental compliance, and hazardous management.

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Environmental Specialist
Cambridge, MA
Posted 3 years ago

Perform a variety of tasks at customer sites relating to lab safety, environmental compliance, and hazardous material/waste management.

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Oil Burner Field Technician
Norfolk, MA
Posted 3 years ago

The Norfolk Service center is looking for a Oil Burner Technician / Field Tech with experience installing residential and commercial heating oil tanks.

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General Foreman
Williamsport, PA
Posted 3 years ago

Serves as a working foreman of a crew of Technicians who remove and dispose of hazardous and non-hazardous materials, the foreman will be responsible for all onsite paperwork, meeting all safety requirements, prepare worksite to ensure safety of the public during the removal of the hazardous materials.

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Account Executive
Clayton, NJ
Posted 3 years ago

The primary purpose of the Account Executive position is to deliver profitable, incremental revenue to the region as well as developing and managing relationships with assigned accounts.

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Depack Supervisor
Lewisberry, PA
Posted 3 years ago

The Depack Supervisor is charged with managing the repack operations in the hazardous waste storage building.

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General Foreman
Ashland, VA
Posted 3 years ago

Serves as a working foreman of a crew of Technicians who remove and dispose of hazardous and non-hazardous materials, the foreman will be responsible for all onsite paperwork, meeting all safety requirements, prepare worksite to ensure safety of the public during the removal of the hazardous materials, conduct safety briefings, and monitors jobs to insure compliance with federal, state and local regulations.

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