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Re-Engineering MA Food Waste Diversion and Production
Join our energetic, cheerful team to divert food waste for composting, and enable residents and farmers to grow food locally from our nutrient rich compost. We are always seeking responsible people that share our mission, are willing to get dirty, work hard, and wear multiple hats. We have been rapidly growing for 10 years, and prefer to raise people from within the organization as new roles become needed. Our ability to make a big impact in food waste and soil restoration is up to our ability to attract and retain good people. Join us and make a difference.
We are always in need of drivers for our collection routes as we extend our reach to cover Eastern MA. If you demonstrate responsibility, you can keep a truck at your house if in a suitable location, to save commute times. Must have a clean driving record, and demonstrate your ability to drive the truck backwards up a winding hill without stopping. Attitude is most important, as is being an early riser. Our routes often start at 6am. This is a long term position, not seasonal. We are very flexible on scheduling. Part-time, or full-time. Driving routes includes emptying up to 500 bins on a route. Bins weigh about 10 lbs on average but could be as much as 50. So this is a great way to stay in shape! You would be alone in the truck and free to listen to music and podcasts, using our app to guide you. You would be doing the same schedule of routes so within a few weeks you get used to the pattern of driving through the neighborhoods. Driving is the heart of our business and if you have other interests like sales or marketing, leading other people, driving is a great start so we can have you cross-trained. Routes are generally 8-11 hours long.
Want to operate loaders, excavators, screeners and more? Do you have a hoisting license?
Know how to fix machines?
We do our own fabrication to customize our truck bodies to our needs.
We are an innovative group that is inventing new ways to compost food waste in new low cost, high controlled methods.
Do you know how to weld steel or aluminum? Have you used plasma cutters and stick welders?