Resource Recovery Australia - Operations Manager
Join our Team!
Community Resources is the parent organisation for Resource Recovery Australia. Resource Recovery Australia (RRA) is a national social enterprise that has been providing re-use, repair and recycling services for the past 25 years.
We operate re-use shops, transfer stations, community recycling centres, upcycling studios, landfills and a problem waste mobile community recycling service in partnership with local councils, industry and community.
About the role
You'll be leading operations from a waste management and leadership perspective for a number of recycling centres, re-use shops, weighbridges and transfer stations. With a focus on bringing out the best in your team, your aim is to help people learn more about your great waste management practices, how to lead with safety, a customer focus, and making sure that we meet our contractual obligations.
Another key aspect of your role is to be a key contact for customers and other members of our close-knit community and apply tonnes of your initative to make sure that our sites are the best they can be.
If you have a passion in recycling, leading and mentoring teams to share your expertise, have a strong interest in social enterprise and community development, and enjoy seeing the Great Lakes community thrive, we'd love to receive your application.
Benefits and perks
Being part of a social enterprise, you can make use of a fringe benefits exemption, which allows you to reduce your taxable income.
You'll get a competitive salary and an ability to work in the mid-north coast of NSW, which allows you to enjoy beaches and parks at your doorstep.
Resource Recovery Australia is a part of a broader family of social enterprises operating as part of our parent organisation – Community Resources. Find out more about our amazing work by visiting www.resourcerecovery.org.au
Minimum of 5 years providing full operational direction and leadership of waste management and recycling activities
Continued success in managing recycling stations, landfill sites, weighbridges and re-use shops
Working in environments which have improved environmental and social outcomes
Actively participate and organise community development activities
Knowledge, skills and abilities
Mentorship and coaching of other colleagues to openly share knowledge and expertise in waste management
Role-model leadership to respectfully conduct operations and direct to fully utilise employees
Assurance of adhering to contractual obligations, with a proactive approach to resolution, improvement and consultation
Commitment to maximising reuse and an active crusader for environmental outcomes
Key communicator at all business levels, as well as external stakeholders
Working knowledge and application of WHS legislation
Financially savvy and able to maintain assets, adequate resourcing, and understanding of retail outlets to build a positive return for the site and provide further job opportunities
Effectively partners with others to hold and build levels of cultural awareness is aligned to the values of our organisation and undertakes safe practices which focus on employee wellbeing
More info and to apply
When applying, we'd love to see your CV and a brief cover letter to tell us about why you want to join our team.
We encourage talented, resilient and motivated applicants from different backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people with disabilities, and people re-entering the workforce.