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Recycling Specialist I and Recycling Specialist II
City of San Diego, Environmental Services Department The Recycle Team at the City of San Diego, Environmental Services Department is hiring for a Recycling Specialist I and Recycling Specialist II positions. Come work on our exciting new organic waste recycling program and various other recycling projects! Application deadline is 9/12.
Environmental Services Specialist
City of San Jose see link
Republic Services Republic Services is hiring for these positions in the Bay Area, as well as others throughout California. Please go online for job descriptions. Interested candidates must apply online.
Director of Waste Management
Merced County Regional Waste Authority Under general direction of the MCAG Executive Director, plan, assign, coordinate, direct, and supervise the Merced County Regional Waste Management Authority (RWA or “Authority”) functions including the two landfills and perform related work as required.
The position classification is responsible for the overall management planning, development, and coordination of regional waste management disposal and diversion programs, resources recovery, contract development and administration and other integrated waste management programs. This position reports directly to the MCAG Executive Director.
Waste Reduction Assistant
City of Santa Cruz Recruitment closes 9/15/22 Under general supervision, the Waste Reduction Assistant assists in the planning, organization, publicizing and conducting of public education and promotional programs for waste reduction, recycling, household hazardous waste disposal, pollution prevention and related areas; works with staff and the public to assist them in identifying waste reduction and recycling problems and opportunities; and performs other related work as assigned.
Zero waste specialist
SEMCO Zero waste research, development and implementation activities for local govt and industry.
Senior Environmental Program Manager - Environmental Enforcement
City of San Jose The Environmental Services Department (ESD) is a national leader in pollution prevention, watershed protection, utility service provision, and climate action. Together, ESD employees positively impact every resident and business in San Jose.
Our department is an exceptional place to start or grow your career. We have a supportive leadership team, numerous professional growth opportunities, and an inclusive workplace culture that is welcoming of your talents! We offer an array of meaningful career paths and value flexibility – offering hybrid work and alternative work schedules in select roles. Additionally, the City offers excellent health and pension benefits, as well as 15 paid holidays!
To learn more about ESD, follow @sjenvironment on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and San Jose Environmental Services on LinkedIn.
Student Intern/Graduate Student Intern
City of San Jose Become an Intern with the City of San José
The City of San José, the Capital of Silicon Valley, is one of the nation's best managed cities and one of the top ten cities in which to live, work, and do business. Moreover, San José is the center of cultural, government and economic activity for the region. The employees of the City of San José have embraced the following values: Integrity, Innovation, Excellence, Collaboration, Respect and Celebration.
We are looking for talented, diverse, and innovative future professionals of all fields who are eager to work in a public sector setting.
The City of San José Internship Program is designed to help students gain professional public sector work experience pertaining to their academic area of interest and/or study. This is an exceptional opportunity to build networking, communication, and analytical skills. In addition, internships at the City of San José are project-based and can help steer students into a possible career direction.
SMM Project Professional
SCS Engineers The Sustainable Materials Management (SMM) Project Professional will be responsible for leading our waste characterizations, SB 1383 assessments and lid-flip projects in California, as well as providing report writing, data analysis and review, and outreach support for projects being conducted for private and public clients. This individual will possess and provide regulatory compliance knowledge and/or guidance. The SMM Project Professional will work with clients to improve the management and profitability of waste reduction, recycling, composting and special waste programs. Assignments will be conducted in an office setting and in the field. The SMM Project Professional will serve as a Project Lead on one or more projects, as well as be responsible for assisting with business development efforts such as writing proposals, presenting at conferences, and looking for leads and new clients. The SMM Project Professional should exercise independent judgement and be able to complete tasks with little to no direction from management within a year of employment. How you can make an impact as a Sustainable Materials Management Professional Plan, organize and coordinate sustainable materials management activities and programs specifically related to waste characterizations and audits.
For more details see link below.
Environmental Education Specialist
Science Discovery Join Our Team!
Science Discovery provides environmental education programs to thousands of students annually throughout the central coast of California. You can make a positive difference by engaging learners of all ages, helping them to understand, appreciate and explore the natural resources upon which we all depend.
Description: The Environmental Education Specialist (EES) drives to schools throughout San Luis Obispo and northern Santa Barbara Counties to give class programs. Topics presented include Recycling, Vermicomposting, Water Conservation, Stormwater Pollution Prevention, and Marine Debris.
Hours / Days Monday – Friday As early as 7:00 am to as late as 4:30 pm
Qualifications • Coursework in Environmental Studies or closely related field • At least one year of relevant experience, volunteer or paid
Requirements • Ability to present science-based topics to grades K-12 • Skills and knowledge to adjust presentations depending on classroom or environmental conditions • Excellent communication skills • Ability to work well with children • Capacity to be a self-starter and work independently as needed • Own reliable transportation with a good driving record • Team-oriented work ethic • Flexible weekly schedule • Lift and carry 30 pounds for a distance of 50 feet
To learn more about Science Discovery, see our company video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ES2sRXzJ62c
Nothing Wasted Consulting Nothing Wasted Consulting is a sustainable consulting company that assists companies and cities in reducing their solid waste footprint. We consult on everything from property waste management to large city events and venues looking to divert waste away from landfills.
Our team is currently looking to expand by adding new team members to assist with our upcoming projects. These projects include SB1383 compliance for various waste generators (businesses, schools, etc.) located around the SF Bay Area, waste diversion rate reporting for MRFs, and waste management for small & large-scale in-person events. Anyone with a passion for working in a hands-on role in the sustainable waste management industry without wanting a full-time commitment would be an ideal fit.
All prospective team members must be comfortable sorting through organics (compost), recycling, and landfill (trash) piles, and be able to stand for long hours. Commuting to various locations around the SF Bay Area (and occasionally farther) is required. Housing stipends will be provided if the project location requires an unusually long commute. Waste sorting training will be provided on-site by current team members. The majority of work will be done on-site at these various locations, though occasionally some projects will allow for some remote work. Customer service & data entry skills are also desired for certain technical assistance projects, though they are not required.
This position is contract-based work and currently has no official benefits. Interested individuals can send their resumes to email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org or feel free to contact us at (858) 827-2178.
Environmental Communications and Engagement Senior Associate
Cascadia Consulting Group Cascadia is seeking an Environmental Communications and Engagement Senior Associate to work primarily on project management and business development within Cascadia’s Communications and Engagement (C&E) line of business, while periodically supporting research and planning projects within Cascadia’s other lines of business. Applications will be accepted until Monday, September 12, 2022
California Program Coordinator
Mattress Recycling Council The Mattress Recycling Council (MRC) seeks qualified candidates to serve as an in-state staff member to assist in the on-going implementation of the statewide mattress recycling program created by California’s mattress recycling law (AB187). This position will perform varied tasks required to deliver a successful mattress recycling program to all California residents. The program will achieve a variety of performance goals including the development of a comprehensive collection network in territory that provides convenient no-cost mattress recycling for residents and businesses. This is a remote position, however applicants must reside in Northern California with a preference for Sacramento or the San Francisco Bay Area. Ideal applicants will have experience working with California’s solid waste and recycling community.
To learn more, view the posting at https://mattressrecyclingcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/MRC-CA-Program-Coordinator-job-description-9-2022.pdf