Portable Restroom Quality Technician
United Site Services (USS) makes things happen. From building a skyscraper or new home community to providing services to America's largest music festivals, USS is there every step of the way.
As the industry leader in portable sanitation services, we deliver the best for our customers. But to do that, we need the best people to join our team. That's where you come in!
The Quality Assurance Technician is responsible for onsite quality assurance inspection, reporting and remediation plans for both our customers, sites and fleet.
- Conduct regularly scheduled quality control functions to include:
- Quality Control Audits
- Spot Check Audits
- Gate Checks
- Rental Readiness of equipment
- General Fleet condition
- Customer site evaluations and communication with internal and external customers.
- Ensure correct marketing materials including service records are on all assets and replace where needed as needed and report deficiencies.
- Record and report all field based activity as well as site and fleet audit forms.
- Complete and prepare detailed reports for the following;
- Company Vehicle usage
- Customer presentation and meetings.
- Site specific populations versus toilet coverage
- Competitor insights and surveys as assigned.
- Effectively manage daily duties and plan workflow in a way to achieve USS goals and accountabilities.
- Special/Other projects as assigned by management
In order to be successful at this job, here are some SKILLS you should have:
- Customer Service
- Decision Making and Problem Solving
- While performing the duties of this job, you are regularly exposed to outside weather conditions, moving mechanical parts, and fumes or airborne particles.
- The noise level is usually loud.
- HS Diploma or general education degree (GED); or equivalent combination or education and experience.
- At least 1-2 years related experience and/or training
- TWIC Card and site-specific safety certifications as needed for access (ports, refineries, plants, airports, etc.)
- Valid Driver License (Class CDL A or B with endorsement or Class C, D, or E (depending on state)).