With 119 employees on our team and counting, we’re always looking for more people to join the MEGA crew. Read more below to see what positions we have available.

Career Opportunities

Class A and B Drivers


All persons employed as a CDL “A” or “B” truck driver shall do so in full accordance with the following:


  • Must be able to safely operate a commercial motor vehicle in accordance with all local, state, federal and D.O.T. regulations.
  • CDL “A” drivers may operate either Class A or Class B vehicles.
  • CDL “B” drivers may operate only Class B vehicles.
  • Must perform pre-trip and post-trip inspections of the vehicle – may also potentially need to couple tractor/trailer, secure doors, latches, freight, etc.
  • Must be able to safely enter and exit the vehicle using hand grasps and ladders.
  • Must be able to load and secure freight for shipment, or unload freight as needed with or without reasonable accommodation depending on personal limitations. Job is physical in nature, and may include usage of a pallet jack, hand truck, etc., as well as lifting, pushing, pulling of 50-100+ lbs. in changing weather conditions and at different locations throughout the day.
  • There are no set shift times; these vary depending on the daily workload designated for the truck for the day.  The driver is responsible to see that all assigned stops are completed. Driver is also responsible for current and accurate logs when applicable per DOT standards.
  • Driver is responsible for daily or more frequent communication with dispatch.
  • Driver is responsible for exemplary customer service and often, the delivery of time-sensitive materials.
  • Driver is responsible for personal protective equipment as applicable, including steel-toed boots, safety goggles, work gloves, etc.
  • Driver may be required to haul freight in doubles, triples, tankers, or on flatbeds. Driver may also be asked to transport hazardous materials, so long as driver is authorized to do any of the above per DOT regulations.
  • Driver may be required to work overtime, weekends, or holidays, and will be compensated accordingly.

Drivers of MSMA operate class A and B vehicles, transporting multiple types of freight both locally and regionally, intrastate and interstate. Moreover, in addition to pre- and post-route equipment inspections, drivers are sometimes asked to handle freight themselves, delivering to a single location or various locations in a given day. Drivers not only report to MSMA daily but also report to our clients’ transportation departments for daily dispatch and applicable job specifications.

Heavy Duty Diesel Mechanic


  • Job consists mostly of repair and maintenance of trash trucks, PMs, etc. of both rearloaders and automated side loaders, as well as Front-load and roll-off commercial vehicles.
  • Must have proficient manual and electronic diagnostic skills (MACK Diagnostics a plus) and troubleshooting skills, experience in diesel truck repair, drive line, brakes, clutches, etc.
  • Knowledge in air systems, air brakes, as well as electronic fuel systems, air conditioning, hydraulics and basic electrical.
  • Own tools, clean driving record, and the ability to pass a drug screen/BCI check are a must.
  • Good attendance record and dependable transportation a must also.

Residential Driver

Job Summary

Residential Drivers are required to operate heavy-duty collection vehicles through residential neighborhoods in order to collect and transport material.

Trucks make frequent stops at each home to collect the household waste or recyclable material that have been left curbside. Materials must be carefully loaded into the truck manually. Drivers must safely maneuver vehicles in residential environments. Navigate high traffic and congested roadways, driveways, alleyways, and lots.

Other positions are automated and require commercial pickup, through the use of a front-load or roll-off collection vehicle.

Drivers will transport the material to a disposal, transfer or recycle facility when trucks reach legal load capacity.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Other duties:

  • Able to safely operate vehicle in accordance with DOT (Department of Transportation) requirements as well as all local, state and federal regulations.
  • Perform pre-trip and post-trip inspections of assigned vehicle and documents deficiencies utilizing the standard DVIR (Driver Vehicle Inspection Report).
  • Immediately report all unsafe situations or service related issues to Operations Manager or Dispatch.
  • Attend and participate in all scheduled safety training programs, briefings, an meetings as required by MTG Disposal.
  • Work closely with Operations Manager to improve route efficiencies and identify best practices.
  • Notify Operations Manager of any incidents, accidents, injuries, or property damage.
  • Notifiy Operations Manager or Dispatch of service interruptions including closed or impassable streets or alleyways, receptacles too heavy to service or potential safety hazards.
  • Communicate customer requests to Dispatch or Operations Manager.
  • Completely dumps all receptacles and leaves the customer’s location clean and free of debris.
  • Follow route assignments as directed and complete end of day documentation and check out process.
  • Perform all duties as scheduled by Operations Manager or Dispatch and assist other drivers as directed to meet customer needs.
  • Residential Drivers are responsible for the safety of their crew
  • Driver must meet the minimum MVR (Motor Vehicle Record) standards in accordance with our Insurance company’s Policy.


  • Must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Legally eligible to work in the United States.
  • Holds a current class B Commercial Driver’s License with an air-brake


  • Ability to perform physical requirements of the position with or without

Reasonable accommodations.

  • Successfully complete pre-employment drug screen, physical, and background check, which will include previous employment check, criminal history and motor vehicle record review.
  • Able to operate a standard OR automatic class B vehicle.


Laborer, Collection Vehicle



Laborers are required to drive in or on collection vehicles securely through residential neighborhoods in order to collect and transport material.  The truck stops at each home where the driver and laborer must collect and remove materials left at curbside.  Materials must be carefully loaded into the truck manually.  The normal workday is 8 to 10 hours in duration, 5 days a week.  Routes must be completed in a timely manner within the company guidelines.


  1. Frequent stops requiring entering and exiting the truck.
  2. Frequent bending and lifting barrels, carts and other material left curbside by the customers.  Weights of containers may exceed 40 pounds.
  3. Load materials into rear (hopper) area of truck.
  4. Use hand controls to operate the mechanism to load or unload collected materials.
  5. Complete company specific paperwork and comply with workplace rules and regulations.
  6. Laborers are under the immediate supervision of the driver of the collection vehicle and will adhere to all rules and regulations under this supervision.

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