Project Coordinator

US Ecology, Inc. Wrentham , MA 02093

Posted 3 months ago

About You

You're an independent, self-motivated, and objective thinker who doesn't need a lot of supervision to get the job done. You have a keen eye for identifying potential issues, and you like to work as part of a team to create solutions. You're not afraid to research solutions when you don't know the answer. Training comes naturally to you, and you enjoy sharing your knowledge and know-how with others.

Position Snapshot

Performing operational & administrative functions including the preparation of waste profiles, manifests & coordinating onsite logistics for waste removal. Follow through with execution of jobs as well as review/verify vendor invoices for billing preparations.

Day in the Life

While no two days are the same, you can typically expect to:

  • Operational support consisting of onsite coordination of project transportation and disposal including waste characterization, profiling and manifesting.

  • Constant communication with the client and transportation/disposal logistics to ensure all projects are executed properly and take corrective action as needed to ensure compliance.

  • Prepare spreadsheets summarizing cost items associated with projects for tracking and invoicing.

  • Coordinate and assist Project Managers with transportation and disposal needs.

What you need to apply

  • Bachelor's degree

  • General knowledge of Federal & State Hazardous Waste Regulations

  • Excellent oral, written and communication skills

  • Ability to troubleshoot and follow through for efficient job execution

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel

  • Ability to pass pre-employment background checks and drug screening

About Us

For more than 60 years, US Ecology has partnered with retailers, manufacturers and government entities across North America to keep the environment clean. The work is hard, but the reward is significant. Our experts provide services and solutions that address complicated treatment, disposal, recycling and emergency response issues that may otherwise jeopardize the health of our planet. By helping our partners safely dispose of their hazardous and regulated waste, the teams at US Ecology are ensuring a sustainable future for our children, our communities, and the well-being of the places we call home.

For your hard work

  • Opportunity for professional growth

  • Employer paid certifications and training

  • Benefits

  • Paid Time Off & Holidays

  • 401(k) US Ecology matches 55% of your contribution up to 6% of your pay

  • Find out more at


US Ecology is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status, among other factors.

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Project Coordinator

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