We’re looking for Rear Load Drivers – Class 5 Drivers with Air Brakes endorsement
Have you ever heard of a place where people love the company they work for, like the people they work with and are proud of the job they do for customers, the community and the environment?
This describes Urban Impact, one of the largest recycling companies in the Lower Mainland.
Anyone who really wants to work has a job, but how many people have a vocation? How many of your friends really love what they do and how well it fits with their beliefs?
We offer an exciting, motivating and challenging team environment to fully develop your individual potential.
To support continuing growth, we are looking for people with ideas, people who make a difference and are focused on being the best. Our drivers are compensated for providing great service to our customers.
Being a Driver at Urban Impact can be a fun, educational and rewarding experience. Drivers that maximize their time in the position will learn not only how to safely and efficiently operate their vehicle but also the business of logistics and how the recycling process works.
We‘re looking for Class 5 Drivers with Air Brakes endorsement and a strong customer service focus- individuals with great people skills who like variety in their job.
We schedule 4 X 10 hour shifts.
A passion for the environment is a big plus!
Our drivers really go the extra mile! As the members of our team best positioned to interact with customers and the general public on a daily basis, our drivers also have a heightened responsibility to represent our brand, staff, and values to our customers.
Pick-up, removal and/or replacement of container systems used for recycling programs in commercial, industrial and business settings. Communication with Customers.
-Must have a valid Class 5 BC Driver’s License with Air Brakes endorsement
-Additional Driver’s Licenses are an asset
-Must have a sound knowledge of Vancouver lower mainland city roadways
-Great customer service skills
-Able to demonstrate safe lifting practices of up to 50 lbs
-Good verbal and interpersonal communication skills
Set Your Career in Motion
We have an awesome team and a fun environment. We also actively take part in events such as Pink Shirt Day to support Anti-Bullying.
We offer a superior compensation package including a competitive starting hourly rate, Pay enhancer after probation and for air brake endorsement, Performance bonus, Profit Sharing, RRSP matching, Enhanced Health Benefits plan including Medical and Dental coverage, Incentives to staying healthy at work and wellness incentive and even an incentive for getting to work in an environmentally friendly way!
If you would like to join the Urban Impact team please send your resume and a copy of your Driver’s Abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to thank you for your interest however, please note that only the short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Just in time for Spring Cleaning!
June 11 is Shred Day for Sophie’s Place
Urban Impact is very excited to help the Rotary Club of South Surrey with their Shred Day on June 11th. Our driver will be onsite at Ocean Park Safeway from 10 am to 2-pm to provide secure shredding by donation. All donations will support Pacific Assistance Dogs Society and the Rotary Club’s sponsorship of a Canine Assisted
The Rotary Club is aiming to raise $15,000.00 for a PADS dog. PADS breeds, raises, trains and supports certified assistance dogs, partnering them with people living with disabilities and with community care professionals.
Intervention dogs are meant to assist community care professionals where there would be be physical, social or emotional improvement with the addition of a dog and its specially trained dog handler.
Shred for Sophie’s Place
Sophie’s Place is a child advocacy centre focused on providing specialized services to physically, mentally and sexually abused children. The PADS dog would be used to sooth children and if and when they had to go
to court. The PADS dog would be allowed in Court with the child.
“It’s really important that kids can have a place to go where they can be taken seriously, and where they can express what’s happened to them in a safe environment.”
-Sophie Tweed-Simmons, Sophie’s Place patron and namesake
Pacific Assistance Dogs Society:
“Our dogs change lives. They are more than beautiful, healthy companions, they are specially trained to aid people.” See more at: http://pads.ca
Posted: April 20th, 2016
Here is the nice thank you that we received from the Chinese Community Policing Centre’s on Urban Impact’s Facebook page:
“Our first shredding event this past Saturday! Many thanks to Vancity and Urban Impact Recycling for sponsoring this fundraising event. And we can’t forget all those in the community that came out to support us!”
Thanks Leif for helping out- we see you are rocking our new UI vest!
For more information about upcoming Shred Days:
http://urbanimpact.com/community/community-shred-days/Posted: March 16th, 2016
Kudos to Vancouver International Airport Authority’s (“YVR”) Environmental Team! The team took home top prize in the Outreach, Education and Community Involvement Category for YVR’s Waste Wars program.
YVR’s Waste Wars project was launched on July 13, 2015 and ran until August 13, 2015.
Due to the huge efforts of the YVR Environmental Team and strong participation from YVR’s partners in the programs such as Waste Wars, during the month of September 2015, YVR achieved a 53% diversion rate- the best for 2015! Additionally, during the four busiest months of 2015, YVR diverted more than 50% of waste from landfill, which is in line with their 2015 Environmental Management Plan target.
According to ACI-NA, YVR was awarded the Outreach Award for its Waste Wars project, which was designed to increase composting from airport food and beverage tenants, while reducing overall solid waste. YVR’s robust airport training and engagement program is truly first rate.
“YVR won an ACI-NA Environmental Achievement Award and took home the top prize for our Waste War engagement program. Thank you for supporting YVR in our submission and Urban Impact’s continued support in our diversion efforts. We truly appreciate it!”
Shaye Folk-Blagbrough, M. E.Des.
VANCOUVER AIRPORT AUTHORITYPosted: March 8th, 2016