Versatile Crew Leader with experience directing others, managing tasks and monitoring work areas. Reputation for staying calm and poised even in the most stressful circumstances. Offering exemplary interpersonal and communication skills. Enthusiastic individual experienced in resolving conflicts and issues with exceptional skill and poise. Offering engaging and pleasant personality with expertise ensuring projects meet safety regulations, policies and procedures.
May direct traffic at landfill location - May do some recycling work - Use two-way radio communications - Communication with the public - Will be required to work in all types of field environments, be exposed to inclement weather conditions; work with solid waste; clean, sweep and rake perished waste spills; exposure to hazardous materials; ability to tolerate very hot and cold
directs traffic and ensures public safety at County landfills; communicates landfill rules to landfill users and enforces rules as necessary; directs and controls commercial and residential waste vehicles at the tipping/dumping area; communicates with other Department of Waste Resources staff using two-way radio systems, hand signals, verbally, and in writing; maintains a professional demeanor and appearance to portray an authoritative position of safety and control; and performs other related duties as required. The Landfill Safety Monitor is an entry level classification and reports to an appropriate supervisory or manager level position. Incumbents are required to perform a variety of semi-skilled tasks and have the ability to communicate effectively with the public in a friendly but firm manner, and maintain composure and professionalism. The primary responsibility of this classification is to control the high volume of traffic entering and using landfills to provide the maximum level of safety and traffic control to Department employees and landfill users. This classification also requires the performance of a variety of labor-intensive tasks to include general facility cleaning, appliance/white good recycling, and other work as required.
Expert Infantryman Badge; Fort Wainwright, AK; May, 2
FCB2/BFT JCR Operators Course; Fort Wainwright, AK; April, 2000
Basic Combatives Course; Fort Wainwright, AK; October, 1998
Combat Lifesaver Course; Fort Wainwright, AK; September, 1998
Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training; Infantry School; Fort Benning, GA May, 1998- August, 1998
Operate sound-recording equipment in order to record signals and preserve broadcasts for purposes such as analysis by intelligence personnel.
Monitor emergency frequencies in order to detect distress calls and respond by dispatching emergency equipment.
Send, receive, and interpret coded messages.
Conduct periodic equipment inspections and routine tests in order to ensure that operations standards are met.
Determine and obtain bearings of sources from which signals originate, using direction-finding procedures and equipment.
Set up antennas and mobile communication units during military field exercises.
Lead teams through routine operations and unexpected challenges with strong decision-making skills and expert [Industry] knowledge.
Collaborated well with team members to carry out daily assignments and achieve team targets.
Guided visitors to staff members and business locations with warm, personable approach.
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