Southeastern Public Service Authority (SPSA) is a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
SPSA operates an integrated solid waste management system and serves a region expanding over 2,000 square miles that includes eight member communities (Chesapeake, Franklin, IOW, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Southampton County, Suffolk and VA Beach) in Southeast Virginia since 1985. SPSA maintains a regional landfill and nine transfer stations located throughout the service area.
TRANSFER STATION MANAGER
Responsibilities: Manages and directs the overall operations of SPSA’s transfer stations and scalehouse providing services to municipal and private customers in accordance with governing solid waste management laws and regulations. Coordinates with other departments to ensure a smooth and efficient operation in receiving and removal of solid waste. Also coordinates general work plans and transfer stations holiday schedules with the community’s solid waste departments and transportation.
Thorough knowledge of all aspects of operating a high volume solid waste transfer system to include hazardous wastes, traffic control, unloading procedures, reloading, and operation and maintenance of heavy equipment.
Qualifications: Successful candidate will posses an associate degree in business management or equivalent experience with an additional eight years of experience in managing the operation and the application of heavy construction equipment. Qualified candidates must possess or have the ability to obtain a Class I Waste Management Facility Operator License issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia within six months of employment. Previous solid waste management experience is preferred.
Current driver's license is required.
Additional Salary Information: Based on Experience.
About Southeastern Public Service Authority
Southeastern Public Service Authority (SPSA) is a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia.SPSA operates an integrated solid waste management system and serves a region expanding over 2,000 square miles that includes eight member communities (Chesapeake, Franklin, IOW, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Southampton County, Suffolk and VA Beach) in Southeast Virginia since 1985.Our values provide us with guides of how we are to accomplish our work, how we are to treat each other and how we treat our customers. •Integrity•Teamwork•Accountability •Productivity •Positive Attitude •CompetencySPSA's system development is overseen by the Board of Directors, composed of a member and alternate representative from each of the eight communities SPSA serves. SPSA’s Waste Management System consists of:•Regional Landfill•Transfer Stations•Household Hazardous Waste/Environmental•Business and Community Education