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Backed by an innate ambition to provide stellar service without gimmicks, Gold Medal Environmental fosters a community of opportunity and inclusivity that is bar none in the waste management industry. When you join the Gold Medal Environmental team, you aren’t just joining a company looking to move waste around the Mid Atlantic, you’re joining a company that cares about its people as much as it cares about its ambition to be the best waste management company in the nation.

Tirelessly looking to further set ourselves apart from our industry competitors in our service quality and inherent virtue, Gold Medal Environmental is actively seeking opportunities to grow our team throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. From CDL driving jobs to office jobs, we hope you’ll join the Gold Medal Environmental family!

To learn more about the career opportunities that await you at Gold Medal Environmental, we encourage you to explore our current job openings. Should you be interested in any of our current openings, we’d love for you to fill out a job interest application.

Full Time and Seasonal Drivers (CDL Driving Jobs)

Gold Medal is growing and seeks experienced, customer-focused drivers with clean safety records for our solid waste and recycling trucks.

All new drivers undergo a thorough training program which includes comprehensive classroom training and obstacle course tests in our state-of-the-art regional training facility and a hands-on observation period by a supervisor.

  • Residential, Roll-off, Rear-load and Front-load positions available
  • Competitive pay with medical benefits
  • Class B CDL license required

Diesel Mechanic

Gold Medal is looking for ambitious, capable and skilled Diesel Mechanics/Maintenance Technicians to join our team.

  • Must have a minimum of 2 years of prior experience with truck repairs
  • Maintain and repair diesel and gasoline powered vehicles
  • Diagnose, test, adjust and repair systems of heavy- and light-duty diesel, gasoline and propane powered vehicles
  • Examine, test drive and troubleshoot electrical and mechanical problems using standard testing procedures and computer diagnostic equipment
  • Perform repairs and replace defective parts
  • Perform routine and scheduled maintenance services according to company policy and manufacturer’s specifications
  • Maintain records of repairs and preventative maintenance and DVIR’s into the Company’s computer system’