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Job Post - Hose Operator - Depot Technician

announced March 10, 2010


New York Biodiesel Company Seeks Hose

Operator / Depot Technician

Position Type: Full time
Compensation: $14/hr
Hours: Flexible  
Description: We are looking for professional, honest, hard-working and dedicated hose operators to work with drivers in our waste cooking oil collection trucks. Responsibilities include oil collection from restaurants, assisting with safety inspections of vehicles, pump operation for deliveries/collections, customer relations, and assisting with administration of necessary paperwork. Applicants with plumbing, welding, mechanical, and construction experience will be given first consideration. Must have professional appearance and attitude, and be extremely reliable. Training will be provided.
·       Dependable, punctual, strong work ethic 
·       Basic knowledge of and ability to execute plumbing and welding
·       Mechanical aptitude or high school training in automobile mechanics welcome
·       Physically fit, 7-9 hours of physical labor; ability to lift 50-70 lbs. minimum
·       Professional customer service bearing
·       Conversational English proficiency
Please email your resume with cover letter to careers@tristatebiodiesel.com. Please attach your resume in Word format. Use the job title as the subject line.
About Tri-State Biodiesel: Tri-State Biodiesel, LLC is a New York City based subsidiary of The Sustainable Biodiesel Company LLC. The Sustainable Biodiesel Company (TSB) is a national company which is focused on the development and implementation of urban-based biodiesel projects utilizing non-food crop biodiesel feedstocks such as Used Cooking Oil, Jatropha Oil and Algae Oil. Founded by life-long biodiesel activist Brent Baker, TSB believes that the use of sustainably-produced biodiesel in combination with demand reduction measures such as mass-transit and transportation alternatives and in concert with technological advances such as diesel hybrids and light rail systems, can create an America that is both energy independent and sustainable.