About the program
As a waste management officer, you'll need to: oversee waste management schemes, such as at landfill sites supervise the transportation of waste to ensure that it takes place efficiently without contaminating air, land or water sources assist with the development, promotion and implementation of new waste disposal schemes ensure compliance with current legislation in the transportation, handling and disposal of waste formulate and control budgets for waste disposal collate statistics and compile reports often to strict deadlines monitor the quality and performance of waste services, including contract management of external providers assist with the development of information and promotional materials aim to meet waste reduction and recycling targets deal with enquiries and complaints from members of the public both in person and by phone or email investigate and follow up claims of the illegal dumping of waste and work with other waste regulation enforcement staff identify and target areas with fly tipping or black bag problems, working to find solutions to eliminate these consult with residents, community groups, councillors, housing associations and traders' associations about waste management issues, identify their requirements and provide appropriate solutions develop research projects and contribute to the activities of national groups concerned with waste disposal.
Who can apply?
Only those candidates can apply who:
- are from MPlan,
- and specialisation from Urban and Regional Planning,
- are available for duration of 3 Months
- have relevant skills and interests
Terms of Engagement
The Terms of Engagement Will be as per TULIP Handbook and TULIP Guidelines
Number of openings