Check out our Job Vacancies and Become Part of the Growing RJS Waste Management Team

Established since 2012 with a team of skilled and experienced staff, as we continue to expand across southeast England we are looking for more people to join the RJS Waste Management family. See our latest job vacancies below.

If you are the right fit for our team and business objectives, you can expect to grow with the company. With a healthy and happy company culture – and training and development opportunities as needed – we will nurture and support your role with us and get the best out of you.

Why work for RJS Waste Management?

Become part of a respected team

Our managers and supervisors work out of offices in Chichester, Oxford and London while the business covers the entire southeast of England. The team boasts 60+ years of experience working within the asbestos services industry with UK Asbestos Training Association (UKATA) and Asbestos Removal Contractors Association (ARCA) and British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) training under their belts. As well as a whole host of accreditations and accolades, they hold Management and Assessor qualifications in health and safety, including IOSH and NEBOSH.

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Because our customers rate us

Probably the best judgement of RJS Waste Management as a cohesive, welcoming and expert team comes from our customers. We have received many testimonials of our services from building firms, architects, property developers, property managers, property owners and more. They have commented on our “great communication”, they have said we were “professional”, “proactive”, “efficient” and “a pleasure to work with”. Surely that is something you want to be a part of!

RJS Waste Management customers rate them

We do more than work together 

The RJS Waste Management team is close-knit, brimming with pride at putting its people first and tonnes of community spirit. We enjoy each other’s company in and out of the office. Just take our annual team building events, these might be anything from days sailing the Solent in the sunshine to themed Christmas parties to dressing up to the nines for an afternoon in a box at Goodwood Races. We also like to support local charity initiatives and take part in fundraising and sponsorship opportunities together because our people promote people.

The RJS Waste Management team sailing the Solent
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Our job vacancies

As an asbestos supervisor/site supervisor working for RJS Waste Management, we expect you to be able to carry out the safe and compliant removal of non-licensed asbestos-containing materials, in accordance with company policies and legislative requirements.

The job role will not be solely asbestos focused and will also require some collection/disposal of other waste streams, along with strip-outs and small demolition works. Daily tasks will often be varied.

Role

1. To attend site and carry out asbestos removal works, asbestos sampling and hazardous waste collections, from a variety of buildings – commercial, industrial and residential.
2. Supervise and coordinate the activities of other operatives engaged in asbestos removal works.
3. Assist and mentor other operatives in removal activities
4. To carry out all site works in accordance with the plan of works, method statement and risk assessment.
5. To ensure all duties are carried out in compliance with the regulatory requirements and given instructions.
6. To work within the Company Policies and Procedures to ensure achievement and maintenance of accreditations.
7. Complete and maintain project records
8. Monitor and inspect the quality of works during projects.
9. To adhere to the Health and Safety at Work Act, and to take reasonable care of own health and safety and that of others who may be affected by their acts and omissions.
10. Carry out observational audits and assist in staff appraisals
11. To carry out any other ad hoc and reasonable duties as requested.

Person Specification

You must have:

  • The ability to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required within the asbestos (non-licensed removal), waste management and demolition industries.
  • A responsible attitude
  • The ability to deal with the physical requirements of the job
  • The ability to work as part of a small friendly team (and alone if necessary)
  • A desire to develop within the role

Competencies/Skills

1) Literate and numerate
2) Full driving licence
3) Good timekeeping
4) Thorough understanding of current legislation
5) Able to work in accordance with Risk Assessment/Method Statements and other written and verbal
instruction (and make amendments where necessary)
6) Ability to interpret instruction and share knowledge and ‘best practice’ techniques with members of the
working team
7) Manual dexterity (use of hand tools and equipment)
8) Correct usage/maintenance of PPE and RPE

Qualifications

• Current ARCA or UKATA supervisor training
• Asbestos Medical
• RPE Face fit certs
• Full driving licence
• CSCS card (advantageous)
• P402 (advantageous, but training may be given)
• Any other training will be given as necessary

Working relationships

Internal: Operations & Contracts Managers, other operatives and supervisors
External: Clients (domestic and commercial) and other contractors

Remuneration

  • Salary dependent upon experience
  • 20 days holiday + bank holidays
  • £15 monthly contribution to mobile phone

The job profile/person specification above is not to be taken as an exhaustive list but indicates the main
requirements and responsibilities.

The above will be reviewed as required to take into account any changes and developments within the role.

Role

1. To attend site and carry out hazardous waste collections, asbestos samples and removal works on a variety of buildings – commercial, industrial and residential premises.
2. To carry out all site works in accordance with the plan of works, method statement and risk assessment.
3. To ensure all duties are carried out in compliance with the regulatory requirements and given instructions.
4. To work within the Company Policies and Procedures to ensure achievement and maintenance of accreditations.
5. To ensure all duties are carried out in compliance with the regulatory requirements.
6. To adhere to the Health and Safety at Work Act to take reasonable care of own health and safety and that of others who may be affected by their acts and omissions.
7. To carry out any other ad hoc reasonable duties as requested.

Person Specification

You must:

  • Be keen to learn the skills and knowledge required within the asbestos (non-licensed removal), waste management and demolition industries.
  • Have a responsible attitude
  • Have the ability to deal with the physical requirements of the job
  • Be able to work as part of a small friendly team (and alone if necessary)
  • Have a desire to develop within the role

Competencies/Skills

1) Literate and numerate
2) Full driving licence
3) Good timekeeping
4) Broad understanding of current legislation
5) Able to work in accordance with Risk Assessment/Method Statements and other written and verbal
instruction
6) Ability to interpret instruction
7) Manual dexterity (use of hand tools and equipment)
8) Correct usage of PPE and RPE

Qualifications

Full training to be given in all required disciplines.

Working relationships

Internal: Operations & Contracts Managers, other operatives and site supervisor
External: Clients (Domestic and commercial), other contractors

Remuneration

  • Basic salary (National Minimum Wage) to start
  • 20 days holiday + bank holidays
  • £15 monthly contribution to mobile phone

The job profile/person specification above is not to be taken as an exhaustive list but indicates the main requirements and responsibilities. The above will be reviewed as required to take into account any changes and developments within the role

Accreditations