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Interviews for Top Jobs at Clean Harbors
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Class A Driver, Liquid Interview
I applied in-person. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Clean Harbors (Cross Lanes, WV) in May 2010.
Process is usually a long one. My app was rushed through within a couple weeks but anyone else I seen getting hired took a month or longer and up to 3 months. Having some of the required classes such as HAZWOPER could help your chances of getting started with a paycheck quicker. Also they don't pay your hourly rate to go to the week long 40 hour HAZWOPER class....I was paid $400 for the whole week which wasn't discussed before I was hired.
- Are you available 24/7 365 days a year 1 Answer
I would highly suggest asking for anything higher than they give you cause usually they offer a very low starting rate and promise raises that you will never see. Go big!
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took a day – interviewed at Clean Harbors in April 2012.
Hiring process took about a six weeks. Everyone was friendly and the interview consisted of of questions about driving experience. I was not expected to be available 365 days a year, nor did the handbook state that. Pay is higher when driver seeks hazardous materials endorsement. I received support and all questions were answered during the new hire process. Will update as needed.
- What types of trucks have you driven? 1 Answer
Look, this economy is horrible. I was given a great offer, considering the market and that this is my first gig at a company like this. I also noticed the the employee who referred me was happy with his job and so were others that I met. The benefits are considerably better than many industries out there and cost effective for a family. I'm grateful to have a job like this so I guess it's all about perception.