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Truck Driver/Warehouse Associate

Job Description:

Full time position – No CDL required!

Clear Intentions is seeking a part-time truck driver for routes on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-8 hours per day, with expansion to Wednesdays and others available. On days that truck routes are not available, additional hours are available as a warehouse associate up to 40/hrs/wk. Our facility is in the heart of Denver, drivers will begin and end each shift at the facility and warehouse assignments will be at the facility.

We need individuals who are committed to consistent, outstanding performance in a great workplace, and would like to learn and grow with a company. There are many growth options within the company for outstanding individuals.

Primary duties of a Truck Driver are, but not limited to:

  • Complete routes to clients as scheduled to collect full carts of glass
  • Complete and turn in driver vehicle inspection report and route tracking sheets for each shift
  • Assist with dumping carts at facility
  • Report equipment malfunctions or breakdowns to your supervisor.
  • Ensure that equipment is cleaned and properly stored at the end of a shift.

Primary duties of a Warehouse Associate are, but not limited to:

  • Sort glass on an elevated platform with conveyor system
  • Process products to be made ready for sale
  • Complete basic cleaning and maintenance on fleet as directed
  • Assist with cleaning and organizing the warehouse and storage yard as directed
  • Report equipment malfunctions or breakdowns to your supervisor.
  • Assist others with lifting heavy equipment, supplies, etc.
  • Ensure that any equipment you used is cleaned and properly stored at the end of a shift.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Basic Qualification:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Valid driver’s license with less than 6 points in the past three years (No CDL Required)
  • Will need to squat, lift and hustle; must be able to push/pull 75+ pounds
  • Must be able to stand 6-8/hrs a day
  • Must be able to pass background & driver’s license check; drug screen
  • Steel toed shoes/boots are required and the responsibility of the individual to provide

Preferred Experience:

  • Basic computer/tablet skills a plus, but not required
  • Large truck/box truck driving experience preferred
  • Recent warehouse/sorting line experience preferred

Job Location:

  • Denver, CO

Required education:

  • High school or equivalent

Required experience:

  • Hauling: 1 year

Required license or certification:

  • Driver’s License

Job Type: Full-time

To Apply: Contact Tiffany Keen at Tkeen@clearintentions.glass

This entry was posted on Wednesday, June 21st, 2017.

Coordinator

PaintCare seeks a qualified candidate to assist with growing and maintaining the paint stewardship program in Colorado. This position will be located in Colorado and will coordinate the recruitment, contracting, and maintenance of PaintCare drop-off sites statewide.

Responsibilities

  • Meet and communicate with paint retail stores, municipal household hazardous waste (HHW) programs, and other program stakeholders.
  • Set up paint drop-off sites: establish contracts, provide training, coordinate with haulers to arrange transportation of paint from site.
  • Monitor drop-off site operations: conduct site visits and audits on a regular schedule or as needed/requested, identify problems and implement corrections, maintain successful relationships with site operators.
  • Arrange special collection/transportation from temporary events and from painting contractors, property managers, and other large producers of leftover paint.
  • Public outreach: distribute public information materials to drop-off sites, including those retailers that are not drop-off sites. Assist the communications team with monitoring use and usability of materials by sites.
  • Recordkeeping: maintain computer database of drop-off site information, generate reports as needed.
  • Analyzes data and write reports for PaintCare and state agencies.
  • Makes presentations to groups of varying sizes and audiences, including tabling events (e.g., home shows, conferences, community events, trade associations).
  • Assist with answering phone calls on the n

More information: https://www.paintcare.org/about/#/jobs

This entry was posted on Friday, May 26th, 2017.

Communications and Engagement Fellowship

 

The Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council has an opening for a paid 10-week fellowship this summer from early June to early August. Download the job description here. A few more details are included below.

The deadline to apply is COB May 26, 2017.

 

2017 SPLC Summer Fellowship: Communications & Engagement

Organization: Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council (SPLC)

Position Title: Communications & Engagement Fellow
Deadline to Apply: May 26, 2017
Target Start Date: June 5th, 2017
Term: Full-time for 10 weeks.
Location: Home-Based
Payment Terms: $4,000 stipend
Supervisor: Cuchulain Kelly, SPLC’s Communications CoordinatorAbout the Position
The Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council is seeking a fellow for Summer 2017 to assist with communications and engagement activities. Responsibilities may include:

  • Assist with biweekly newsletter compilation, including assembling content for regularly recurring sections such as “News You Can Use”, job postings, and member spotlights
  • Help prepare, run, and analyze SPLC’s annual member satisfaction survey
  • Conduct interviews with SPLC member representatives for publication on SPLC’s Blog and in SPLC’s newsletter
  • Collect testimonials from members for use in marketing
  • Identify and implement ways to improve the public-facing SPLC website, including by identifying out of date content, inconsistent messaging, “buried” content, and confusing navigation
  • Research external conferences to attend, potential speaking opportunities, and presentation proposal deadlines
  • Call members and non-members to learn how SPLC messaging is being received and perceived
  • Assist with further developing SPLC’s utilization of social media, especially LinkedIn
  • Research and answer questions posted by members in the online Member Community
  • Enhance SPLC’s Case Study Library by improving abstracts and categorization as part of a larger project to convert the library into a database-driven format
  • Assist with legwork for working groups and committees, as needed

This entry was posted on Thursday, May 18th, 2017.