Labourer 1 / Truck Driver - Solid Waste & Recycling

From CivicInfo BC - March 9, 2017

Labourer 1 / Truck DriverSolid Waste & Recycling

Competition No.: 2017-L1S
Duration: Auxiliary / On Call
Salary: $27.16 & $30.70, plus 12% in lieu of benefits
Last Updated: 1/6/17 12:27 PM

The goal of the City of Burnaby and its employees is to consistently deliver first class service and services to our community. With this in mind, we hire people who share the same passion, those with the drive and determination to grow with and contribute to our already exceptional team. People like you!

The Engineering Department is seeking qualified, hard-working and team-oriented candidates to join the team as auxiliary Labourer 1/Truck DriverSolid Waste & Recycling.

This is a dual role, at times performing routine manual work involving considerable physical effort and agility in the collection and disposal of garbage and recycling, and other times operating various sanitation vehicles in a skillful and safe manner.
The duties and responsibilities of staff working in the Sanitation division include, but are not restricted to:

The position requires completion of high school and knowledge and skill in the methods, techniques, materials, tools, and equipment used in garbage collections and recycling work. This position involves continuous heavy physical work in all weather conditions. Applicants are encouraged to highlight in their applications residential and commercial garbage collection and/or recycling experience. The ability to maintain a very high standard of work is critical for success in this role. Other desired attributes include excellent teamwork skills and the ability to communicate effectively, particularly when dealing with the public. Drivers License for the Province of British Columbia, Class 3 with Air Brake Endorsement, is required along with a clean drivers abstract. Please attach a recent drivers abstract (within 10 days) to your application.

The Labourer / Truck DriverSolid Waste & Recycling must be available to work auxiliary/casual on-call shifts seven days a week including evenings and weekends.

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