Environmental Enterprises, Inc. is a specialty environmental management and disposal company. We are dedicated to protecting the environment by providing quality environmental services, recycling options, and waste disposal at competitive rates through innovative technologies and superior technical support. We strongly support improving the quality of life for our employees and the community.
We are currently looking to fill the position of Class A CDL Driver. We are seeking individuals with strong work ethic and willingness to learn and take initiative. Full time benefits include: excellent health coverage, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, paid vacation & holidays.
The primary responsibilities of a CDL driver at Environmental Enterprises, Inc. (EEI) are driving and operating vacuum trucks, moving heavy equipment (backhoes and skid steer) managing assorted waste materials, and conducting emergency response services. Driver's responsibilities include handling, loading and unloading. In addition, our drivers assist our field technicians in a variety of projects. This position requires technical aptitude including hooking up hoses, connections and operating the PTO. Some light vehicle maintenance may be required. The CDL driver is occasionally required to perform physical labor.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS (non-inclusive):
This position is physical in nature and requires: walking, standing, climbing, bending, reaching, lifting (up to 70 pounds), carrying, pushing/pulling, and twisting. Typically, the work is conducted in Level D but sometimes conditions warrant Level B or C personal protective equipment. EEI's drivers carry both tanker and HAZMAT certifications as well.
DETAILS OF ASSIGNMENT:
EEI's Environmental Services Division provides these services and works side by side with our subsidiary Midwest Environmental Transport (MET). Together, this equipment provides a variety of experiences for beginning drivers. Trucks affiliated with EEI's Environmental Service Division Include:
- Vacuum Trucks (One Haz, One Non-Haz)
- Box Truck
- Roll off Truck and Trailer
- Some overnight travel is necessary (~20%).
The CDL driver is capable of taking direction, working well with others, and decision-making. In addition, they must be organized, detailed oriented, good at record keeping, safety oriented, observant, resourceful, and versatile. All EEI's CDL drivers are familiar with RCRA regulations, and Department of Transportation (DOT) requirements.
Environmental Enterprises Incorporated is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disabled/Vets