|Location||Hopewell Junction, New York|
|Date Posted||September 19, 2022|
POSITION SUMMARY: The purpose of the Foreman Field Services position is to serve as a working Foreman of a crew of Field Technicians who remove and dispose of hazardous and non-hazardous materials, the Foreman will be responsible for all onsite paperwork, meeting all safety requirements, prepare work site to ensure safety of the public during the removal of the hazardous materials, conduct safety briefings, and monitors jobs to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.
Distribute daily workload to team members
Ensure all employees perform assigned tasks in compliance with all company, customer, and federally required safety policies/procedures.
Ensure all employees are complying with all company policies and procedures on attendance, substance abuse, theft, willful or neglectful damage to company equipment, uniforms, and all remaining company rules and regulations.
Ensure all employees are working in the most productive and cost-effective manner to complete the assigned job/task in the best interest of company profitability.
Professionally and legibly complete or direct and review completion all on sight paperwork for the company and customer.
Adapt to ever changing conditions (customer requirements, time schedules, weather, etc.) to see that assignments are completed to customer satisfaction and in the best interest of company.
Interact professionally and effectively with on sight customer and other vendor representatives
3-5 experience in the Environmental and/or Industrial Services industry, preferably in emergency response.
2-4 years of Experienced in Tank Entry Supervisor in API
General knowledge, understanding and ability to work in Elevated or Confined Space Entry Required areas as well as follow Lock-Out Tag-Out procedures.
Valid Driver's License
Pass a Pre-Employment Physical, Drug Screen and Alcohol testing
Pass a Pre-Employment Background Screening
Pass the Company's Auto Insurance Qualifiers
Pass the OSHA HAZWOPER 40-hour training
Must be able to obtain Transportation Worker (TWIC) clearance. This may not be applicable to all divisions. If required, must get within first 45 days of employment
Able to read, write, and understand the English language, and able to follow verbal and written instructions
Must be 21 years of age or older
Valid Driver's License
High School Diploma or GED