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Retail Hazardous Waste Driver/Lab Pack in Calgary,AB at Stericycle

Date Posted: 4/19/2018

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Job Description


We are currently seeking a Hazardous Waste Driver Technician to work on-site at various retail stores and perform two functions, applying all applicable federal and prvincial regulations: 1) Characterize, segregate, package and document various types of retail hazardous waste and 2) Characterize, segregate, package, and document various types of pharmaceutical waste.

This position is also responsible for the preparation of all appropriate and required documentation to meet federal and provincial regulationsregulations. Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

• Travels between customer retail facilities, through assigned territory.
• Provides services related to managing retail hazardous waste and pharmaceutical waste. Characterization of hazardous, regulated, and non-hazardous waste. According to federal and provincial regulations, properly lab packs and prepares manifests and LDR’s for hazardous waste shipment.
• Maintains and manages own expenses and travel schedule to ensure customers are serviced on a regular and timely basis. Manages route to maintain compliance with 10 day transfer schedules.
• Provide training and support for customers on processes, findings and regulatory compliance.
• Provides written and verbal reports to customer and supervisor.
• Performs other related duties as required or requested.

Job Requirements


Education & Experience Requirements:
• Education equivalent to Bachelor’s Degree or the equivalent in related work experience, two or more years of industry related experience as a lab pack technician, service specialist or driver, or the equivalent in related work experience.
• Must be willing to accept ownership of controlled pharmaceuticals on behalf of Stericycle.
• Must possess a valid driver’s license and credit resources to rent a car.
• Must be qualified to operate a commercial motor vehicle rated at 10,001 pounds but less than 26,001 pounds.
• Demonstrates a general knowledge of federal and provincial regulations as it relates to waste characterization and the transportation of hazardous waste. 
• Demonstrates knowledge of computer software applications including spreadsheets and word processing.
• Master the English language both verbal and written.