About Clean Harbors
Clean Harbors is the leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services and hazardous waste management services throughout Canada. With more than 3,000 employees, greater than 90 service locations and 17 waste management facilities across eight provinces, Clean Harbors serves thousands of private customers, including large companies, thousands of smaller private entities and numerous federal, provincial and local governmental agencies.
Opportunities for Our Communities
Clean Harbors is dedicated to developing opportunities for Indigenous residents, including The First Nations, Métis and Inuit community through employment and career fairs. We endeavor to achieve Indigenous inclusion in our operations through training, lease operator programs, sponsorships, scholarships, apprenticeship programs and utilization of Indigenous owned businesses, where applicable, to support our work.
Want to be part of our supportive team?
Working at Clean Harbors
The Clean Harbors way is to continue to develop and maintain relationships with diversified groups of customers who have recurring needs for environmental, energy or industrial services. As part of the Clean Harbors family, you will be performing work that truly makes a difference in people’s lives and in protecting the planet.
Where Your Work Matters
You will impact the company’s ability to thrive and grow which will, in turn, provide additional opportunities for you. As your responsibilities grow, so will the recognition that goes with it. For many positions, we have implemented competency based progression and pay. This compensation structure rewards you for increased proficiency in key job functions gained through training and experience.
Wherever your career with Clean Harbors takes you, you’ll be performing work that truly matters. Our business continues to develop across many markets, bringing you ever expanding opportunities to influence the way today’s business improves our environment.
|Job Title||Posted Date||City|
|Dispatcher||2020-09-22||Fort St John|
|Electrical and Instrumentation Technician||2020-09-21||Brampton|
|Hydro Vac Swamper||2020-09-18||King|
|Class 1 Driver||2020-09-17||Prince George|
|Shipping and Receiving Coordinator||2020-09-17||Mississauga|
|Class AZ Driver||2020-09-17||Mississauga|
|Lab Pack Technician||2020-09-16||Mississauga|
|Finished Oil Blending and Shipping Operator||2020-09-16||Breslau|
|Industrial Services Supervisor||2020-09-16||Calgary|
|Class 1 Operator||2020-09-15||Fort St John|
|Hazardous Waste Facility Supervisor||2020-09-11||Corunna|
|Hydro Vac Swamper||2020-09-01||Delta|
|Hydro Vac Operator||2020-09-01||Delta|
|Hydro Vac Laborer||2020-09-01||Fort St John|
|Vacuum Truck Operator||2020-08-31||Red Deer County|
|Class 3 Operators||2020-08-28||Fort McMurray|
|Red Seal Heavy Equipment Mechanic||2020-08-28||Sarnia|
|Industrial Fuels Business Development Manager||2020-08-28||Edmonton|
|Industrial Fuels Business Development Manager||2020-08-28||London|
|Vac Truck Operator||2020-08-24||Regina|
Clean Harbors is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ancestry, color, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or on the basis of any other federal, state/provincial or local protected class.