Delaware Solid Waste Authority is seeking an Engineer to join our Cherry Island Landfill office in Wilmington, DE. This work involves field investigations, field work, environmental sampling, data tabulation and evaluation and report preparation. This work will also include serving as a back up to the Facility Manager, the oversight of contractor activities on site construction oversight and supervision of weighing staff. Strong writing, communication and computer skills are required. Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in civil, environmental, chemical, mechanical , electrical or related engineering. Knowledge and experience in landfill operations or solid waste management preferable but not required. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Apply and submit resume at www.dswa.com/resources/human-resources/ EOE
Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in civil, environmental, chemical, mechanical or related engineering with at least 2 years of experience. Knowledge and experience in landfill operations or solid waste management preferable but not required.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is commensurate on education and experience
The Delaware Solid Waste Authority is nationally recognized for its management of Delaware's solid waste material. It efficiently operates 3 landfills using innovative technology in order to provide a reliable disposal method for trash while protecting groundwater resources and preventing odors. DSWA also provides opportunities for disposal of special wastes including household hazardous waste, el...ectronics, batteries, and used motor oil and filters. Recently, DSWA has partnered with recycling leader ReCommunity, to build and operate a Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) in New Castle, DE. The MRF processes, sorts, and bales all of Delaware's single stream recyclables material. The bales of material are then taken to different manufacturing facilities where the material is recycled and made into new products. DSWA also partners with Revolution Recovery, a construction and demolition (C&D) debris recycling company. Revolution Recovery receives, sorts, and processes construction debris such as wood, drywall, and metal. This material is then used for mulch, fertilizer components, landfill cover, or as raw material for new products.