The General Manager will ensure the highest standards of environmental safety and operational excellence. Reporting to the General Manager is a strong and experienced operations team responsible for key functions including Dry Creek Landfill, Rogue Compost Facility and Oregon Environmental Industries Gas-to-Energy facility. Regular travel is required.
The successful candidate will be an operationally skilled, strategically focused leader with strong business acumen and excellent interpersonal skills. He/she will be energized by project management and systemic problem solving. He/she will be highly experienced in engineering and environmental compliance along with a track record of success in the waste management industry.
The General Manager will report to the Chief Executive Officer of Rogue Waste Group, Inc.
Bachelor’s Degree in civil/geotechnical engineering or equivalent
A minimum of 10 years of related experience
Master’s Degree in civil/geotechnical engineering or equivalent, preferred
Prior landfill engineering and management experience, preferably in the northwest
Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Oregon or able to obtain within six months of hire
Able to obtain Erosion Control Inspector Certification with Rogue Valley Sewer Services
A record of career growth, successfully handling larger and more complex responsibilities
Additional Salary Information: The position offers a highly competitive compensation, generous benefits and an outstanding work environment.
Rogue Waste Group, Inc. (RWG) has been providing innovative solid waste and recycling services for over 73 years. RWG is the only vertically integrated solid waste and environmental services provider operating in Southern Oregon and parts of Northern California. RWG serves nearly 600,000 customers in residential, commercial, industrial and municipal markets through a network of collection operatio...ns, transfer stations, landfills, recycling facilities and waste-based and solar energy production projects.
Dry Creek Landfill, a regional facility accepting waste from eight different counties, was opened in 1974. On average, Dry Creek Landfill accepts 1,450 tons of solid waste per day (operating six days per week). The facility produces electricity for 3,000 homes and this energy will continue to be produced for the next century based on the current methane forecast. Dry Creek Landfill’s projected operational life exceeds 100 years under any scenario.
For additional information about Rogue Waste Group please refer to www.roguedisposal.com.