Equal Opportunity Employer: Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Waste Management (WM), a Fortune 250 company, is the leading provider of comprehensive waste and environmental services in North America. We are strongly committed to a foundation of operating excellence, professionalism and financial strength. WM serves nearly 25 million customers in residential, commercial, industrial and municipal markets throughout North America through a network of collection operations, transfer stations, landfills, recycling facilities and waste-based energy production projects.
Chemical Waste Management, Inc. (CWM) Lake Charles
In operation since 1978, this award-winning, environmentally safe hazardous waste facility boasts a stellar safety record and an excellent technical service team. CWM Lake Charles adheres to strict regulations administered and overseen by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region VI and the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LADEQ).
The CWM Lake Charles Facility is one of the most secure treatment and disposal facilities in the U.S. This facility is constructed inside the perimeter of a 40' deep bentonite clay slurry wall. Disposal cells, constructed under very strict EPA and state guidelines, utilize double layers of 60 mil High Density Poly Ethylene (HDPE). Additional security measures include a sophisticated leachate collection system, monitoring wells, as well as a complex leak detection system.
Located in Sulphur, Louisiana, CWM Lake Charles offers convenient access just minutes south of I-10. CWM Lake Charles provides environmental and hazardous waste services for business and industries in the Gulf Coast, Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi and surrounding areas.
You will be working 12 hour rotating shift
6:30 am – 6:30 pm Mon – Fri
6:30 pm – 6:30 am Mon - Thur
Ideal Candidate will have experience working on:
Mechanical and Electrical
Operate and monitor control room instrumentation of a Thermal Desorption Unit. Perform troubleshooting, preventative checks, maintenance, and repairs on pumps, motors, pipes, valves, electrical systems, and various other mechanical equipment necessary for the continuous operation of the Thermal Desorption Unit.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
- Monitors the TDU unit's temperature, pressure, etc. at various points in the process.
- Monitors the performance of numerous motors, pumps, ventilations systems, electrical systems, utilizing control room interface.
- Performs preventative checks and maintenance on pumps, motors, valves, etc.
- Identifies and troubleshoots mechanical issues and repairs or replaces pumps, motors, fans, electrical systems, etc.
- Checks operation and status of facility operations being controlled by control panel.
- Controls the operations of treatment process to maximize waste feed and treatment rates with specific instructions and regulations. Continuously checks operation on computer.
- Generates reports on the computer as necessary.
- Reports all abnormal situations to Management.
- Records all pertinent information in the control room log.
- Communicates all pertinent information along to field crews.
- Operates, records, and monitors computer functions.
- Maintain hourly logs and operations data.
- Initiates corrective actions in critical situations.
- Performs shut-down and start-up operations.
- Maintains control room housekeeping and maintenance.
- Checks graphic display panel for integrity.
- Insures cleanliness of control panel, control room and computer.
- Assists in maintenance of records and files.
- Acts as a CPR and first aid provider at the unit.
- Maintaining a safe work environment including cleaning the work station, reporting defective equipment, storing and handling equipment or materials
- properly, and participating in company training.
- Following site safety and environmental policies and practices.
- Participating in safety meetings, problem solving meetings, incident and near-miss investigations.
May act as a Lead over other hourly team members.
The requirements listed below are representative of the qualifications necessary to perform the job.
Education and Experience
- Education: High school diploma or G.E.D (accredited).
- Experience: Five (5) years of experience maintaining, troubleshooting, repairing, and replacing pumps, motors, valves, and other mechanical and electrical equipment.
- Past computer experience or facility computer training (seminar or on-the-job training). Trained in the aspects of RCRA requirements.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations or Other Requirements
RCRA REQUIRED TRAINING:
- A1. New Employee Orientation (1 time)
- A2.1 Basic Fire Fighting
- A2.2 Emergency SIMLT/EVAC Drills
- A3 Contingency Plan
- B3 Personal Protective Equipment
- B4.41 Waste Analysis Plan
- C1. First Aid *
- C2. CPR
- C4. Casualty Control
- C6. Spill Response
- 0C1.02 Safety Shoes
- 0C1.03 Safety Glasses
- 0C1.08 Fire Protection Plan
- 0C2.04 Environmental Compliance
- 0C2.06 RCRA Inspections
- OC2.11 Incident Reporting
- OC5.05 Trans of DOT Haz Material *
- OC5.06 DOT Classification/Haz Mat Table *
- OC5.09 DOT Hazardous Material Security Training*
- B2 Hazard Communication
- B3.2 Hearing Conservation
- B3.3 Heat & Cold Stress Training
- B9.6 Lockout/Tagout
- B9.11 Linebreaking
- B9.12 Confined Space Entry
- C3. Blood Born Pathogens
- CWM Safety Policies
- OSHA 24 Hour (1 time)
- OSHA 8 Hour Refresher
- Stormwater Pollution Prevention
- Confined Space/Emergency Response Drill
- Medical Exam
- Pre-Employment Physical and Drug Test
- Complete Physical Biennially
- Pulmonary Function Test (PFT), Audiogram, and Respirator Fit Test annual
- Physical at Termination
Listed below are key points regarding environmental demands and work environment of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
- Required to use motor coordination with finger dexterity (such as keyboarding, machine operation, etc.) All of work day; most of the work day;
- Required to exert physical effort in handling objects less than 30 pounds occasionally;
- Required to be exposed to physical occupational risks (such as cuts, burns, exposure to toxic or caustic chemicals, etc.) frequently; rarely;
- Required to be exposed to physical environment which involves dirt, odors, noise, weather extremes or similar elements frequently: rarely;
Normal setting for this job is: Hazardous waste landfill, material handling equipment.
At Waste Management, each eligible employee receives a competitive total compensation package including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability. As well as a Stock Purchase Plan, Company match on 401K, and more! Our employees also receive Paid Vacation, Holidays, and Personal Days. Please note that benefits may vary by site.
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