Cell Recycling Universal Waste Technician, Gigafactory Nevada


  • Full Time


A Cell Recycling Universal Waste Technician at Gigafactory 1 is
responsible for material movement and support to the Cell Recycling Plant.  As the Universal Waste Technician, you will
have the opportunity to work closely with Operations and assist with daily

As a Tesla Gigafactory 1 Cell Recycling Universal Waste Technician,
you will have the opportunity to drive Tesla toward closing the loop on battery


  • Required to
    work with and around hazardous areas and hazardous chemicals and confined
  • Experience
    with chemical handling and water distribution is desired
  • Effective
    verbal and written communications skills along with strong attention to detail,
    flexibility, and prioritization
  • Maintains
    confidentiality of sensitive and proprietary information
  • Multitasks and
    adapts to constant change
  • Lift at least
    50-75 lbs on a regular basis, perform repetitive hand and wrist motions, and
    climb ladders/stairs, Work in loud environment. Must be able to discern audible
  • Basic
    mechanical aptitude
  • Ability to operate
    mobile equipment such as forklifts, telehandlers, boom lifts, scissor lifts and

Environment / Essential Physical Demands

  • Ability to
    perform physically demanding work for extended periods of time, up to 12 hours
    a day including but not limited to:
  • Ability to
    work outside in the elements ranging from -10F up to 110F in the wind, rain,
    and snow.
  • Lift, push and
    carry up to 30 lbs. for up to 20 feet in distance frequently and repetitively,
  • Bend, lift and
    reach frequently and repetitively,
  • Stoop, lay,
    bend, reach, squat, kneel, crouch, twist and crawl for extended periods of
  • Climb and
    maintain balance on ladders, scaffolding or other high structures.
  • Ability to
    find issues in a work process and receive safety signals using sight, touch, and
  • Demonstrated
    ability to handle and manipulate tooling, quickly and accurately during new
    hire training and maintaining ability throughout employment
  • Wearing
    Personal Protective Equipment, including but not limited to: safety glasses,
    safety shoes, hardhat, and adhering to prescribed safety rules and guidelines.
  • Ability to
    wear a full-face air-purifying respirator while performing
    mildly or moderately exertional tasks for 4 consecutive hours, up to 12 hours
    per day
  • Open to
    schedule flexibility that will allow for a variety of shifts, including days,
    nights, or weekends as needed.