Position: BC LightRecycle Program Coordinator
Organization: Product Care Association http://www.productcare.org
Location: Surrey, British Columbia
Product Care Association (PCA) is a non-profit, industry association that operates and manages a number of “product stewardship” (recycling) programs across North America, for products such as fluorescent lamps. PCA is now in the process of expanding its BC LightRecycle Program for fluorescent lamps to include other types of lamps and lighting fixtures as well as commercial and industrial users of fluorescent lamps PCA is looking for a Program Coordinator to assist in the development, coordination, implementation and ongoing operation of the program.
Product Care is seeking a candidate who is familiar with the existing BC commercial lighting distribution and relamping industry, and can use this knowledge and experience to enable Product Care to work with existing stakeholders and businesses to develop and manage a province-wide collection and recycling system for end-of-life lamps and fixtures. This includes researching and consulting with existing service providers and infrastructure and then and developing a collection network and managing and coordinating the operation of the system including the coordination of, collection and deliveries to processors. Working knowledge of Microsoft office including excel, word, PowerPoint and database entry is required as tracking and reporting is integral to this position.
Experience in the lighting industry and knowledge of lighting equipment is preferred. Strong people and communication skills would be an asset as is working with stakeholders such as electrical contractors, retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers. Some travelling maybe required for this position.
This full time position includes a complete benefits package including medical, dental and vision coverage. All qualified applicants should send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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