Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) is looking for highly motivated men and women to help with event recycling and special collections evetns in South West Pennsylvania on a CONTRACT basis. The event recycling services help provide a holistic management of pre-event procurement, handling of waste materials generated at the event and reporting of diversion results. Special collections provide a one stop event for proper disposal of ewaste and other hard to recycle items. Positions are AS NEEDED and on a CONTRACT basis.
Through the Zero Waste Pittsburgh Project, contractors will help PRC to facilitate event participant education and increase the diversion of the maximum amount of material from the landfill. Contractors will serve as ambassadors for the waste minimization program by educating the patrons so they can make better decisions on how to properly separate their waste. Contractors will also be responsible for the setup and maintenance of collection system and purity of materials being collected.
Managed contractors are currently paid $10/ hour.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Typical Working Conditions
Events are frequently outdoors and subject to weather (Rain, Sun, Heat, Cold, etc). Contractors are on their feet for most of their shifts staffing collection stations or moving materials to bulk storage areas. Outdoor events are frequently on uneven mixed terrain (concrete, grass, gravel). Indoor events are often higher end, more formal settings.
Minimum Education and Experience Required
Minimum Skills Required
How to Apply
If interested, please send cover letter and resume via Resumator.
The Pennsylvania Resources Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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