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Now that spring is underway, RMI is looking for a Seasonal Soil Sampler. This part-time position would be excellent for an outdoor enthusiast, student, or anyone with an interest in agriculture or soil health!
The Seasonal Soil Sampler will perform field work and support services for managing RMI residuals. Position duties will include soil and material sampling, documentation of all activities for recordkeeping, and miscellaneous other duties. Work will be performed in a manner to maximize efficiency and contain costs for RMI while maintaining compliance with all regulatory standards. Safety shall be the highest priority at all times. This position is based out of Holderness, New Hampshire, but the employee shall be available for assignments throughout all of New England and eastern New York.
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Who we are:
RMI specializes in developing sound, innovative nutrient management strategies and approaches for farms, municipalities, site developers, and other land-centered businesses throughout New England and New York. Our organic recycling business is the industry leader in innovative practices because of its highly skilled and committed team. By providing turnkey recycling services for more than forty generators, RMI recycles over 300,000 yards annually of residuals, including biosolids, hydrosolids, commercial-grade wood ash, food grade sludges, and short paper fiber.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary
Pay: $18.00 per hour
Work Location: One location
Temporary | Part Time | Full Time
SALT LAKE CITY, UT
100 - 200
PHILLIP C COX
$5M - $10M
Resource Management, Inc. works with small- to mid-sized businesses to assume the responsibilities and provide expertise for a variety of human resource and employee administration services including employee benefits, payroll, tax filings, workers' compensation, compliance and more. Resource Management, Inc. (RMI) was formed in September 1992 in Salt Lake City, Utah. It was incorporated by three individuals who had been in the Professional Employer (PEO) industry for approximately five years. Since it's inception, RMI has grown from those three individuals to a staff of 50 serving over 12,000... employees in 47 states. RMI has its corporate headquarters in Salt Lake City with branch offices in St. George, Utah; Portland, Oregon; Seattle, Washington; and Denver, Colorado.
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