NRRA seeks input for database of solid waste workers

Northeast Resource Recovery Association intends to create a database of experienced job positions for solid waste, transfer station and MRF workers.

February 10, 2016
Recycling Today Staff
Epsom, New Hampshire-based Northeast Resource Recovery Association (NRRA) has announced it is seeking input for a database the association intends to create of available, experienced job positions for solid waste, transfer station and material recovery facility (MRF) workers.

The NRRA says the database would serve as a potential service to its members, as well as a resource for workers looking for employment, both full-time and part-time, in these solid waste-focused positions.

The Solid Waste Staffing/Job Pool database would benefit these groups, according to the NRRA:
 
  • members’ towns with their staffing challenges; the “staffing pool” would provide a resource to find short-term and long-term experienced personnel to meet their needs;
  • job seekers;
  • current part-time workers may find an additional part-time position at another facility; and
  • retirees.
 
“Initially, this database would include a list of available staff, their experience and what days and hours available to work,” the NRRA says on its website, http://www.nrra.net.

To download the informational form, click here http://www.nrra.net/wp-content/uploads/DOC020316.pdf.

NRRA asks workers to submit their information to info@nrra.net.

The NRRA is nonprofit organization that provides cooperative purchasing programs, educational and networking opportunities, technical assistance, and cooperative marketing programs. NRRA has received national recognition for establishing innovative grassroots recyclables marketing cooperatives with competitive pricing, which enable small, rural and large urban communities to manage their own recycling programs.