Responsible for the operation of equipment and waste hauling vehicles as assigned including checking that equipment is operational and in compliance with Company policy before it is used in the field; that it is properly transported, used and maintained in the field; that any related damage to equipment is duly reported to the Project Supervisor or mechanic in a timely manner; responsible for the proper completion of all related equipment documentation, such as, vehicle inspection reports, drivers' logs, and manifests. Depending on the specific needs of the job, an equipment operator may also be required to perform the duties of a Field Technician as determined by the Project Supervisor or Foreman.
Valid Commercial Driver's License (CDL), minimum Class B with hazmat, tanker, and air brake endorsements; experience driving heavy vehicles; clean motor vehicle driving record; must pass DOT physical exam including drug screening; 40-hr health and safety training certificate a plus.
Responsible for all the duties or tasks assigned by a Project Supervisor or Foreman; scope of duties includes, but is not limited to, clean-up activities related to oil and chemical spills and remediation sites; maintenance and operation of field equipment; accountable for all assigned work being performed in a timely and acceptable manner and in compliance with all Company guidelines and policies.
Previous experience working in the environmental service industry or construction as a field technician, laborer or tradesperson; valid driver's license and clean driving record; 40-hour health and safety training certificate a plus; must pass medical exam including drug screening.
Please print, complete and sign Alpine's Employment Application including a copy of your driver's license and send them to:
Alpine Environmental Services, LLC