The Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority in Cape May County, New Jersey is seeking a qualified, dedicated, dependable professional to join their Solid Waste team to oversee the operation of a 1,000 ton/day landfill, a 600 ton/day transfer station, a wood recycling facility and a leaf composting facility in accordance with local, state and federal environmental regulations.
Specific duties shall include, but not be limited to; monitoring the activities at the facilities to ensure that the operations are in compliance and are operating efficiently and effectively; prepare and maintain annual budget; prepare written technical specifications for the purchase of various types of heavy equipment, trucks, trailers, recycling equipment and LFG management equipment; prepare purchase requisitions for services and materials; and assist the Solid Waste Program Manager in preparing operation plans, cost evaluations, and permit applications.
Minimum 5 years experience in solid waste management, public works and/or heavy construction and a minimum 2 years supervisory experience.
Equivalent combination of experience, education and training may be considered. Candidate must have a valid drivers license and must be a New Jersey resident within one year of employment with Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority.
To apply for this position send your resume to email@example.com and reference Solid Waste Engineer.
For more information about Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority please visit our web site at www.cmcmua.com
Additional Salary Information: Actual salary will be based on the qualifications, amount of experience, and expertise.
About Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority
In 1972, the Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority (“CMCMUA” or “Authority”) was created by the Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders. The Authority, and its appointed board of commissioners, was entrusted with the task of designing, constructing and operating, efficient and cost-effective wastewater treatment facilities to respond to the passage of the Federal Water Pollution Contr...ol Act Amendment of 1972. This Amendment mandated the abatement of pollution of the nation’s water resources. Also, in 1984, CMCMUA constructed a solid waste transfer station and state of the art sanitary landfill which serves the residence of Cape May County. Today, CMCMUA operates four waste water treatment plants as well as the solid waste transfer station and sanitary landfill.The Sanitary Landfill receives 300 to 1,000 tons of waste daily, and our Transfer Station receives 150 to 600 tons daily depending on the time of year. With Cape May County servicing many summer vacationers, the population swells to nearly 5 times it's normal population during the summer months and thus the waste stream increases accordingly. In addition to handling solid waste throughout the county, CMCMUA Solid Waste Program also recycles wood, vegetative debris and leaf producing a variety of high quality landscape products that are sold throughout southern New Jersey. Also, CMCMUA has joined efforts with a third party recycling company that operates a single stream recycling center at the landfill facility processing paper, cardboard, rigid plastics, glass, tin and metals into marketable materials. For more information about the Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority, please visit our web site at www.cmcmua.com