Environmental Supervisor - Asbestos / Mold / Lead
The Environmental Supervisor is responsible for supervising crew members during performance of asbestos, mold, lead and/or other hazardous waste removal while adhering to company policies and procedures regarding remediation while overseeing job set-up and quality control.
This includes: monitoring crews, customer relations, adherence to company policies and procedures regarding remediation, completion of an environmental field packet on a daily basis, taking air quality samples and compliance with hazardous waste handling practices.
The individual will participate in occasional industry training, update certifications, and maintain fitness levels as required for the Environmental field.
The individual will also adhere to EPA, OSHA and local requirements regarding safety, hazardous materials handling, etc. Other qualifications and responsibilities might arise as deemed necessary by circumstances
**Current asbestos, lead, and mold certifications (40hr.) such certification shall be issued by a Certified State training provider as identified by OSHA. The individual must have on file a valid and current environmental physical enabling the individual to wear a respirator
2+ years' experience in a supervisory role. Preferably within the industry
American Technologies, Inc. has been in business for the past 28 years with 800+ employees have been part of the ATI team for longer than 20 years. We are a family-owned and operated business with a professional culture, which sets us apart in our industry. Apply with us and become part of something bigger.
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San Diego, CA
Wed, 26 Jul 2017 09:14:54 PDT