Community Waste Collector Charleston, SC

Community Waste Collector

Part Time • Charleston, SC

Earn up to an additional $1,450 per year with our Pay for Performance Program!

About Us:

Have you lived in or visited an apartment community where the resident places the trash/recycling right outside their front door and it magically disappears? It’s no surprise that this service has become the #1 amenity for apartment residents! This is what we do in over 26 states nation-wide!

Trash-Butler is a doorstep trash and recycling pickup service for multifamily (apartment) communities. Trash-Butler™ is part of an INC 500 company that has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, TIME Magazine and Oprah.

About You:

Are you outgoing, energetic and full of life, and enthusiasm?  Are you looking for Part Time work and Supplemental Income?  Then we want to talk to you.

The Trash Butler will be responsible for the nightly pick up of door to door trash at one of our many communities.   Candidate should be self-motivated and able to work independently. The ability to WOW both customers and Residents every day!

Hours: 8pm - 10pm (Part-time only)

Days: Sunday-Thursday (off Friday and Saturday)

Pay: $800/month (truck required)

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must have a clean, open bed pick-up truck to complete service.
  • Must have a cell phone (Smart Phone).
  • No experience required, good attitude and we will train the right person!

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Nightly pick up of bagged trash from each residents’ doors to onsite dumpster or compactor.
  • Be prepared to work and collect bagged trash 5 days a week (including in cold, rain, or shine).
  • Be able to climb stairs; 3-4 story apartment buildings. Get paid to work out!
  • Must be on time and dependable. Service starts at 8:00pm SHARP!
  • Work quietly and efficiently keeping noise to a minimum so not to disturb residents.
  • Daily contact with District Manager.
  • Nightly electronic reporting done.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Do you think you can WOW our customers? Apply today!

Offer of employment is contingent upon the candidate successfully passing a pre-employment criminal background check and clean driving history.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


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