Hurricane season 2020 is here and it is time to prepare. Preparation for many means installing shutters, buying generators, and stocking up on supplies. For us, hiring and training debris monitors is a critical piece of the hurricane preparedness plan. Debris monitors perform the essential job of managing the crews that clear roads following a storm. Monitors document debris collection and the disposal activity performed in the field following natural disasters. Debris removal must be safe, efficient, and in compliance with government standards.
Since 2017, we have partnered with government agencies and municipalities to participate in disaster relief management. Natural disasters are an unfortunate reality and we’re proud to build teams to complete this necessary and rewarding work.
The 2020 debris monitoring team will work in the south Florida area, receives full training, and can earn up to $1200/ week when overtime is available. This position does not involve any manual labor. Learn more about the requirements to become a debris monitor and how to apply here.