Reference PARF# 02-3-153 on application.
Working under the direction of the Maintenance Manager I, the Hazmat Coordinator serves as specialist on hazardous material spill incidents. Incumbent will assist spill team as needed and insure that applicable policies and procedures are followed.
Will conduct training for all Field Maintenance employees in District 2 regarding hazardous waste, first responder, tank monitoring, respiratory protection, etc. Incumbent will review/process spill reports, receiving records, disposal bills and lab analysis.
Required to work in cold to -15 degrees, strong winds, rain sleet and snow. Incumbent is expected to be on the job during significant winter weather conditions and snowstorms.
You must be a current state employee with transfer eligibility, be on an eligibility list for the classification, or have re-instatement rights, to be considered for this position.
Standard State application (STD 678) is required. SROA/Surplus applicants must provide a copy of the notice. Applications subject to screening – interviews may be held. Pending personnel approval.
PLEASE NOTE: Possession of minimum qualifications will be verified prior to interview and/or appointment. If it is determined an applicant does not meet the minimum qualifications, the application will be forwarded to the State Personnel Board for review and the applicant's name may be removed from the eligibility list.
Caltrans Maintenance Area Superintendent – Hazmat Coordinator
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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