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Clean Harbors

Clean Harbors

Hiring Managers from Clean Harbors, No. America’sleading Environmental Services Company, will beavailable to meet you at 3 convenient locations.

We have openings for the following positions at our Aragonite Hazardous Waste Incinerator located off of Exit 56 on I-80:

RECEIVING TECHNICIANS
One-three years manufacturing/warehouse experience required.

FACILITY TECHNICIANS
One-three years manufacturing/warehouse experience required.

INCINERATION OPERATORS
Three-five years of industrial experience required.

INSTRUMENT &ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN
Hazardous Waste experience and 40 Hour Hazwoper training are a plus. Clean Harbors offers a complete benefits package.

HIRING EVENTS

Tuesday, Feb. 21 
2pm-7pm
Holiday Inn Express
1531 No. Main St.
Tooele, UT 84074
435.833.0500

AND

Wednesday, Feb. 22
12pm-7pm
Holiday Inn Express
3036 So. Decker Lake Dr.
West Valley City, UT
(6 miles from the airport)

AND

Wednesday, Feb. 22
12pm-7pm
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
at Salt Lake City Airport
5151 Wiley Post Way
Salt Lake City, UT 84116

Transportation from Tooele,Grantsville and Salt Lake City to Aragonite is available at no cost for all positions.

Some positions will require weekend availability.

If unable to attend apply online at: www.cleanharbors.com/careers

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