Logan County Commissioners
JOB DESCRIPTION – Field Supervisor: Operations: Logan County Solid Waste Management District
Title: Field Supervisor
Department: Logan County Solid Waste District
Reports to: Coordinator
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Civil Service Status: Classified under ORC 124.11
Employment Status: Full Time/Hourly
Core Business Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (occasionally works evenings and weekends).
Salary Range: $14.00 to $17.00 per hour depending on qualifications and experience
SUMMARY The Field Supervisor plans, supervises, and provides direct services to execute the day to-day efficient operation of the 24-Hour PAYT/recycling drop-off sites.
1. Priorities: In carrying out responsibilities, these concerns are considered:
f. Coordinate closely with the Coordinator and Field Technicians and, as needed, the Roll-of Truck Driver, MRF Supervisor, Universal Worker, Office Manager, Consultants, and contractors to assure the reliable and attractive operation of sixteen sites around the county;
g. Train and/or direct/coordinate the training of full-time, and part-time Field Technicians in the operation and repair of the drop-sites, including but not limited to: vending machines: CCTV and computer systems, lights, and grounds keeping and recordkeeping . The Field Supervisor is directly responsible for the timing and final quality of the of the sites;
i. Accuracy: In consultation with the Coordinator, set an achievable goal for record accuracy and success in handoff to Administration and Management. Monitor progress toward the goal and report all pertinent information concerning the operation of the sites;
i. Safety & Housekeeping: Advise and assist the Safety Officer in the implementation of the processing safety program. Regularly inform all temporary workers, visitors and subordinates on the proper use of personal protective equipment and processing equipment. Must be knowledgeable of the emergency evacuation plans and location of all emergency equipment. Report any unsafe conditions to the Safety Officer and/or supervisor and recommend solutions.
i. Maintaining a sanitary appearance at the sites is also a direct responsibility of the Field Supervisor. The areas of direct responsibility are the leased areas and the immediate surrounding area.
i. Attend Staff Meetings, reporting on progress and challenges, using the opportunity to coordinate with other facets of the District Operation;
ii. Attend grant and construction meetings, ensuring successful, timely and in-budget modifications;
3. Other knowledge, skills and qualifications:
f. As assigned. Organize, implement and arrange/direct disposal of CHaRM-related collections. Replenish supplies as necessary.
g. Technology: maintain, update, train on SWD network, computers, & smartphones.
h. Various other duties, including County Fair, illegal dumping, data collection and entry, development of operational spreadsheets, record keeping, meetings.
i. The Field Services Supervisor is required to achieve and maintain the following licenses and/or certifications:
i. Valid Ohio Driver’s license with a driving record of one point or less.
ii. All safety and operations training required by the Logan County Commissioners as standard county employee training.
iii. Special Events: The Field Services Supervisor must be available to assist in special events as needed (i.e. Miami River Clean Up, Facility Tours and CHaRM) and may be asked to work overtime in assisting with these events.
1. Equipment: The Field Services Supervisor is authorized to utilize county equipment and property as needed to accomplish work responsibilities.
2. Time off & Resource Sharing: The Field Supervisor is expected to be familiar with his/her needs for efficient operation. Therefore the Supervisor in authorized to supervise, and to explicitly deny/allow time from work of any Field employee. This includes all staff-sharing with the MRF and Maintenance, which should be fully documented at every occasion. All dispute resolution is to be with informed consent of the Coordinator. The Field Services Supervisor is authorized to acquire workers for assistance in daily duties from the Logan County Courts or Jail with approval of authorities from either agencies.
3. Discipline: The Field Supervisor is authorized to council, correct or temporarily remove any field worker, including Job and Family Service worker, court-appointed or voluntary and full or part time Field employee for any reason, at any time;
a. The Field Supervisor is authorized and expected to perform all necessary discipline with Field employees in cooperation with the Coordinator. Extreme discipline is encouraged to have advised consent of the Coordinator prior to taking action;
4. Issue Resolution: The Field Supervisor is the immediately supervisor of the Field Technicians, with direct responsibility for the quality of all field operation. Field Technicians may have responsibilities outside of their field duties, which can lead to conflicting priorities. Typically the technician alone can resolve these conflicting priorities. If a problem is less easily resolved, responsibility should step-up to the Field Supervisor. Only when issues remain unresolved after attempts at lower levels, the Coordinator will resolve and/or mediate. Operations staff are encouraged to resolve challenges at the first level possible but at no time should a conflict linger without a solution. The Coordinator will be responsible to settle stubborn issues.
Coordinate positions: Office Manager, MRF Supervisor, Roll-off Truck Driver, Universal Worker, Enforcement Officer, Consultant and contractors
Reporting to this position: Field Technicians, Drop-site Monitors, volunteers & court/jail appointed workers
PHYSICAL TASKS: The physical tasks described here are representative of those that are typically required of an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job under a variety of conditions, including severe weather. Job tasks include (but are not limited to) regular use of a computer in an office environment. Other tasks include frequent standing, walking, sitting, reaching with hands and arms, with occasional stooping, kneeling, and crouching. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move objects weighing up to 50+ pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals to perform the essential functions of this position.
Revised HSW January 2015