Civicorps has a culture of caring for each other, personally and professionally. We enjoy a working environment that includes ongoing staff activities, employee recognition programs, and much more. We are a family-friendly workplace and we offer a competitive employee benefits package.
The E-Waste Supervisor position is a full- time position that reports to the Recycling Coordinator. The position will be tasked with the execution and refinement of the E-Waste program under a grant from CalRecycle. In addition, this position will contribute to overall success of Civicorps by generating revenue through collection, sales, and events.
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Work on a Civicorps crew with some of largest employers in the East Bay, such as CalTrans, EBMUD, and East Bay Regional Parks District. Through our paid internships, you have the opportunity to gain valuable work experience and earn tool certifications that will help jumpstart your career.Apply Now
Civicorps Recycling is seeking Recycling Drivers for our pre-apprenticeship program. Civicorps Recycling offers truck driving training leading to a Class B license with a starting wage of $17.06. The Recycling Driver will work in Civicorps’ Recycling Social Enterprise which provides recycling collection services to small businesses, commercial operations and institutions in Oakland and other parts of the East Bay. The minimum requirements for entering the program are a HS Diploma or GED, a Class C driver’s license with a clean DMV record and the ability to pass drug testing. All applicants must be between the ages of 18-26.Interested to Learn More?
For Civicorps graduates who have earned their high school diploma, we also offer a number of administrative and warehouse internships with local organizations such as Oakland Housing Administration, Civicorps Academy, Waste Management, Tech Exchange, and more!Apply Now
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Civicorps is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not unlawfully discriminate against employees or job applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, religious dress practice, sex, gender identity, gender expression sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, mental or physical disability, medical condition (e.g., cancer or cancer related illness; HIV/AIDS or related conditions), pregnancy/childbirth, marital status, parental status, domestic partnership status, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other status or condition protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws.