3 Available Postings:
City of Thunder Bay: Supervisor, Waste Collection
Posted April 13, 2018
Application Deadline: May 4, 2018
City of Thunder Bay
Supervisor, Solid Waste Collection
Position: Supervisor – Solid Waste Collection
Status: Full Time
Salary: $77,049.56 – $90,646.55
Department: Infrastructure & Operations
Posting Period: April 13 – May 4, 2018
As an equal opportunity employer, the City of Thunder Bay encourages applications from Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, members of visible minority groups and women.
Reasonable accommodations are available upon request for all parts of the recruitment process.
Application forms must reference the competition number and be submitted to Human Resources.
Under the general supervision of the Manager – Solid Waste and Recycling Services, is responsible for the overall administration, supervision, and operation of the Solid Waste Collection Unit, while maintaining compliance with applicable legislation, Provincial approvals and municipal by-laws.
Participates as a member of the Environment management team by providing input into Divisional organizational and operational reviews, human resource management, budget issues, technical matters and major issues management. Also participates by providing input into the identification and development of Divisional policies, strategic initiatives, projects, and priorities.
Plans and directs the supervision, operation and schedules for waste collection, refuse disposal, rodent control, rubbish collection, and recycling collection programs.
Ensures compliance with applicable legislation, Provincial approvals and municipal by-laws.
Schedules and directs the assignment of work, personnel, equipment and resources for the Unit’s operation; instructs Unit staff in the most efficient and effective methods of performing their duties.
Liaises with and provides responses to internal divisions/departments, outside organizations and agencies, and the general public; provides customers with information on schedules and services offered, incorporates and follows the customer service protocols of the Department and trains Unit staff in customer service relations.
Plans and manages human resources, prepares and examines daily time entry information and work orders for proper distribution, provides cost control on accounts, and reports on variances and schedules and approves annual vacations and overtime of assigned personnel.
Participates in the development and administration of the annual capital and operating budgets for the Section, plans and oversees the initiation of expenditures, identifies priorities, and monitors expenses for budget compliance.
Investigates and prepares reports on claims for injury, damages or complaints, and takes appropriate action; represents the Corporation’s interests when required; ensures insurance, equipment, procedures and controls are in place to protect the Corporation from civil liabilities
Assesses Unit staffing needs, makes recommendations on complement amendments and organizational structure, participates in recruitment processes, and makes effective hiring decisions.
Supervises Unit staff including staff development, performance management/review, attendance management, coaching/mentoring, health and safety, collective agreement administration, discipline and termination decisions.
Maintains an awareness of ongoing developments, legislation, policies and programs related to solid waste management.
Provides information reports, letters and memoranda of significant developments and makes recommendations pertaining to the operation of the Unit to the Manager – Solid Waste and Recycling Services, including existing methods and practices, new technologies, and legislation.
Plans and manages physical resources, develops and maintains inventories and records of the location, condition and upkeep of the equipment and infrastructure under the jurisdiction of the Unit.
Ensures that plans, procedures, standards, and rules are put in place and that the Unit workforce is employed in compliance with all related Provincial, Federal and Corporate regulations, requirements, and policies.
Promotes and oversees the development of work practices, training programs, and staff involvement to ensure worker safety, efficiency, employee development, and fair working conditions. Performs other related duties as require.
Degree in engineering technology, business administration, environmental science, or other related discipline, together with a minimum of 3 years progressively responsible management experience in a related environmental service operation; or
Diploma in engineering technology, business administration, environmental science, or other related discipline; together with a minimum of 5 years progressively responsible management experience in a related environmental service operation, Minimum three to five years’ demonstrated supervisory experience in a large, preferably in a unionized government or private sector organization.
Knowledge of principles, methods, and objectives of solid waste and recyclable collection programs
Demonstrated knowledge of the various components of human resource and financial management
Knowledge of and ability to interpret applicable municipal by-law, provincial legislation and related regulations
Ability to think and act strategically in a public sector environment, including the ability to anticipate emerging priorities and conceptualize and implement change strategies
Ability to understand GIS and mapping systems
Ability to communicate effectively and concisely, both orally and in writing
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, subordinates, co-workers and the general public
Ability to identify, understand, and meet/exceed the requirements of internal and external customers
Strong project/time management, analytical/critical thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making skills
Strong leadership skills, including the ability to direct, motivate, evaluate, and recognize staff; proven ability to share skills and knowledge with others
Proven conflict management abilities and mediation skills
Proficiency with office computer equipment and software
Must be competent within the meaning of the Occupational Health and Safety Act
Affiliation with the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)
Conditions of Employment:
Must possess and maintain a valid Ontario Class G Driver’s Licence and be able to attain City Driver Certification
Must undergo a successful police records check, Type 1
How to Apply
Online at www.thunderbay.ca/jobs
Norfolk County: Supervisor, Waste Management
Posted April 6, 2013
Application Deadline: April 27, 2018
Position: Supervisor, Waste Management
Status: Permanent Full Time
Employee Group: Non-Union
Salary: $71,282 – $89,103 per annum
Division: Public Works
Department: Environmental Services
Reports To: Director, Environmental Services
Location: Delhi Administration Building
Scope of Position:
To manage operations of Norfolk County’s waste management system including collection, transfer, processing, and ensuring the effective use of human, financial and material resources.
Knowledge & Experience:
University degree such as Bachelor of Science or related field
Five (5) years waste management experience including collection, disposal, recycling.
Skills & Abilities:
Must have knowledge of latest technology relative to waste management.
Project Management experience.
Contract Administration experience.
Effective communications skills both written and oral.
Ability to analyse problems and formulate creative and cost effective solutions.
Ability to develop and administer multiple projects and contracts
Strong project management skills.
Valid Ontario driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle
Computer expertise in corporate standard software (Microsoft Office) and department specific software to data search and entry and to create and modify word processed documents
Must be aware of safe work practices as they relate to job responsibilities and work environment, and have the basic understanding of the Occupational Health & Safety Act
Duties & Responsibilities:
Manage operations of solid waste division ensuring effective utilization of human, financial and material resources.
Provide input and justification for Capital and Operating Budgets
Ensure operations are compliant with regulatory requirements
Manage collection of residential waste, recyclables, and organics. Manage processing and marketing of recyclables.
Ensure collection activities are performed in a timely fashion, satisfying county requirements.
Prepare contracts and enforce contract compliance. Obtain pricing/cost information for better decisions.
Manage operations of material recycling facility, 2 transfer stations and closed landfills.
Maximize revenues, Ensure regulatory compliance. Operate within budget and achieve revenues.
Prepare contracts. Supervise staff. Supervise consultants.
Prepare and distribute promotional material to the public.
Public education, increase public awareness for existing and new services.
Write and design ads, brochures, calendar and newsletters. Media interviews.
The Corporation of Norfolk County is an equal opportunity employer. Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.
Resumes must be submitted through email, mail, fax, courier, or in person to Human Resources & Staff Development by 4:30 p.m. on the last day of the posting.
Human Resources & Staff Development, 185 Robinson Street, Suite 300, Simcoe, ON N3Y 5L6
Phone: (519) 426-5870 – Fax: 519-427-5902– Email: email@example.com
Successful applicants are required to provide the Employer with a current Criminal Record Check, including a Vulnerable Sector where required and verification of education.
Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those to be interviewed will be contacted.
President & Chief Executive Officer
Encorp Pacific (Canada)
Posted Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018
Encorp Pacific (Canada) (“Encorp”) is the not-for-profit stewardship corporation that manages the recycling of used beverage containers and other designated materials in British Columbia – and has cash flow in excess of $100 million. Having beverage container management as its core business, Encorp administers a consumer friendly and cost-effective system to recover recyclable products from B.C. residents, and ensures that they are diverted from landfills or incinerators. In 2016 Encorp recycled over one billion beverage containers through its network of 176 depots representing a 78% recovery rate.
Due to the current President & CEO’s resignation to pursue other career challenges, Encorp’s Board of Directors is seeking an experienced and progressive executive leader from a business with multiple stakeholders. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will be responsible for providing leadership, general supervision, and management of the operations of Encorp on a day to day basis in accordance with the strategies, plans and policies approved by the Board. In collaboration with the Board, the new CEO will develop strategies to ensure the ongoing success of Encorp in its dynamic industry, including maintaining a recovery rate above mandate, and manage relationships with the corporation’s numerous stakeholders.
The successful candidate will bring experience in a senior leadership capacity in a complex industry involving extensive government and stakeholder relations, ideally with some connections or parallels to the beverage industry. Future-oriented with solid strategic thinking skills, candidates will also bring some operational expertise and be excited about the prospect of bettering British Columbia’s environment through leading edge, and responsible product stewardship programs.