Plan, coordinate, direct and manage the operations, maintenance, safety, environmental compliance, customer service and collection of fees at the Clover Flat Resource Recovery Park (CFRRP).
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Supervision and direction is provided by the Company President. Responsibilities include the direct and indirect supervision of operations and support staff.
Manage daily site operations; ensure the safety of the public and CFRRP staff; prepare and interpret topographical based landfill phasing maps, including the planning and execution of refuse fill and soil excavation sequences; manage compost operation by insuring proper time and temperatures are achieved and record keeping is maintained; manage C&D recycling operation to meet CalGreen 65% diversion requirements; maintain landfill gas well field and engine to meet environmental and contractual power sales obligations; supervision and reconciliation of daily receipts, cash, checks, voids and change funds; oversee waste inspection and screening activities; monitor traffic, vehicles entering and exiting site and daily tonnage; select, supervise, train and evaluate assigned personnel; coordinate daily schedule, including staff scheduling, project management and shift assignments; inspect refuse disposal sites and equipment to ensure compliance with laws and regulations governing refuse operations, environmental compliance and safety standards; meet with environmental regulatory agency personnel and perform site inspections; investigate, report and correct safety concerns and accidents; instruct and train personnel concerning proper landfill operations methodology and equipment maintenance and repair; train new employees in correct refuse disposal techniques, equipment operation, traffic direction and collection of fees; recommend policy and procedure to improve customer service and daily operations; work with all departments, public agencies, residents and other entities to resolve opposition and increase customer service; perform related duties as assigned.
Paid time off: Two weeks per year for the first five years; Three weeks per year for the next five years; Four weeks per year thereafter.
Medical and dental insurance.
Profit sharing plan.
Seven Paid Holidays per year: New Year’s Day, Presidents’ Day; Memorial Day; Independence Day; Labor Day; Thanksgiving Day; Christmas Day.
Opportunity to participate in a 401(k) plan.
Family owned since 1963. Fully integrated waste management company consisting of two collection companies, two composting operations, materials recovery and C&D processing facilities, and a landfill which includes a landfill gas to energy power plant.
Knowledge of:Budget preparation and tracking; environmental regulations specific to California Code of Regulations Title 27, Title 5 and permits issued by the California State Water Resources Control Board, California Air Resources Control Board and CalRecycle; state safety regulations administered by the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration; heavy equipment operation and maintenance of a refuse compactor, dozer, scraper, loader and motor grader; methods, equipment and materials used to transport and dispose of solid wastes; WasteWORKS solid waste management point-of-sale software or equivalent; cash reconciliation practices; personnel supervision.
Skill/Ability to: Assist in planning disposal operations to meet service needs and sanitary requirements; read and interpret disposal and safety manuals, gauges and meters; work and communicate effectively with people of various educational and socioeconomic backgrounds by respecting beliefs, interpersonal styles, attitudes and behaviors of both clients and co- workers; demonstrate patience, tact and courtesy to customers and regulators; establish work priorities; schedule, assign, and review the work of others; prepare and read disposal site maps; administer a variety of site programs.
Education and Experience:
Any combination of education and experience that could likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be:
Education: Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade.
Experience: Six (6) years of increasingly responsible experience in heavy equipment operation and maintenance in a service related industry, including at least four years in supervisory capacity.
LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE
Possession of a valid California Class "C" driver's license; possession of a valid California Class "B" driver's license; and shall obtain within the first year of employment, a Solid Waste Association of North America, Manager of Landfill Operations Certification.
About Clover Flat Resource Recovery Park and Landfill
Upper Valley Disposal Service and Clover Flat Landfill & Resource Recovery Park are owned and operated by the Pestoni Family. The company was founded by in 1963 by Bob Pestoni. The facilities are located in Napa Valley California and neighboring Lake County . In total there are two small hauling companies - a total fleet of 25, two composting operations, a 60 acre landfill, located in a 300 acre canyon. The site is producing one megawatt of power using a Jenbacher engine. We are looking to a hire a landfill site manager that understands gas wells, skid system and Jenbacher engine function. In addition to general landfill daily management and heavy equipment knowledge associated with landfill operations, including all environmental reporting associated with daily, weekly, monthly and annual reporting. The site is permitted for 600TPD until 2047. We are looking for a dynamic and vested individual to grow with the company who is creative and has excellent communication, management and coordination skills.
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