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Waste Audit Technician

Waste Reduction Group Inc.

This is a Full-time position in Newmarket, ON posted September 27, 2020.

When it comes to the environment, there’s no more time to waste. It’s crucial that each and every one of us does our part to ensure a healthy and safe environment for the future. That’s why you decided to become a waste audit technician.  You’re passionate about helping organizations reduce waste and improve their recycling efforts. By doing what you do, you get to make an even greater environmental impact, and that’s exactly what gets you out of bed each morning. Now, you’re looking to take the next steps in your career. If you’re interested in an opportunity that will allow you to leverage your municipal waste auditing experience, while continuing to make a positive difference in your community, look no further.  At Waste Reduction Group, we’re ready to offer you that opportunity. This position is an opportunity to participate in a unique and detailed study which will reveal how wasteful people are and how much recycling our residents put into the garbage. For 20 years, our company has solved our clients’ challenging waste management problems with creative approaches to waste reduction and recycling. Like you, we care deeply about making a positive environmental impact. Our team is currently in search for several new waste audit technicians – individuals eager to make an impact, drive results and be part of our ambitious team! This is where you come in. As a Waste Audit Technician, you will be expected to: * Work in the field by conducting waste audits for The Regional Municipality of York and other clients* Have access to a vehicle to get to and from the site each day* Occasionally travel to projects throughout the GTA and Ontario as needed This includes: * Receiving samples of waste from transfer station operators* Manually sorting waste into many different categories* Weighing categories and inputting values into the database* Following strict safety protocols including the use of PPE* Additional support for report writing as needed Your work will play a crucial role in helping our clients maximize their recycling potential. If you’re looking for an autonomous and impactful role, with a company making a difference, then we want to meet you. Working @ Waste Reduction Group We’re a tight-knit group who care about our work, our clients, and the impact we make on them. We encourage you to express your interests and your ideas, and we love providing opportunities to help you advance your professional growth. We take pride in being a company where you can build a career long-term. We’re offering a starting wage of $18 per hour, plus benefits after 6 months. The location of the work job is primarily at: * York Region Waste Management Centre (YRWMC) Located at 100 Garfield Wright Boulevard, East Gwillimbury An infrequent portion of the work is located at: * Earl Turcott Waste Management Centre (ETWMC), located at 300 Rodick Road, Markham Qualifications Employee needs to meet the following criteria below. * Experience conducting audits for commercial, industrial, and institutional sectors is an asset * Basic to intermediate proficiency with MS Office programs including Excel, Outlook, and Word* You must have your own transportation and a valid G driver’s license Eco Canada Internship This position is partnered with Eco Canada Employment program which have been connecting environmental employers and skilled junior talent through employment programs that offer wage subsidies to drive valuable on-the-job work experience and essential skills training. Requirements for Candidates: * Intend to lead an environmental career related to science, technology, engineering, or mathematics* 30 years of age of younger* Canadian citizen, landed immigrant, or refugee status.* Eligible to work in Canada* Graduated from a post-secondary institution* Able to work in a full-time, permanent position within the next 2 months* Unemployed or underemployed* Have not participated previously in a federal youth employment or education program* Not currently employed as a paid employee at the host organization* Not a family member of the host organizations directors or senior officers How to Apply Our online application will give you the option to apply to this role as a complete person – not just a resume. The application will assess your qualifications, personality traits and workplace preferences, and should take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. After submitting, you’ll receive an email inviting you to log in and view your assessment results.We strive to build a team that reflects the diversity of the community we work in and encourage applications from traditionally underrepresented groups such as women, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, people identifying as LGBTQ2SI, veterans, and people with disabilities. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please let us know.