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Stericycle: Latest Job Openings, Reviews and Ratings & Profile wise Salary Distribution

We currently have 17 open jobs at Stericycle. We've calculated that the average salary at Stericycle is $41K based on 280 user-submitted salaries

Latest Job Openings at Stericycle

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Canada Creek, 07
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About Us:At Stericycle, we deliver solutions and drive innovations that protect the environment, people, and public health. This includes working...
Date of Opening
2/8/2023
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Chicago, IL
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About Us: At Stericycle, we deliver solutions and drive innovations that protect the environment, people, and public health. This includes working...
Date of Opening
2/6/2023
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Chicago, IL
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About Us: At Stericycle, we deliver solutions and drive innovations that protect the environment, people, and public health. This includes working...
Date of Opening
2/6/2023
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Dartmouth, 07
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Position Purpose: The Plant Associate will ensure all waste is unloaded from vehicles, the vehicles are decontaminated, and waste is properly...
Date of Opening
2/5/2023
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Job Location
Dartmouth, 07
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The Shred-it Route Driver is responsible for providing industry-leading levels of service to clients while taking care of all customer document...
Date of Opening
2/5/2023
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Stericycle Salary Distribution

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Stericycle Careers & Info

Current CEO: Cindy Miller

Status: Active

Stericycle specializes in the collection and disposal of medical waste. The company also disposes of expired, recalled and unsalable medical products. Using environmentally-sound disposal methods are also important in the Stericycle culture. In the past, medical waste was usually incinerated or placed in landfills. Stericycle patented a technique called Electro Thermal Deactivation (ETD) to reduce dependence upon incineration. Its Yorkville, Wis., ETD facility was recognized in 2007 and 2008 by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for environmental excellence. To keep waste out of landfills, Stericycle utilizes reusable sharps containers.

Stericycle was listed as one of Forbes’ Best 200 Small Companies from 2001 to 2005. Based in Lake Forest, Ill., Stericycle has 10 service locations across the nation, plus operations in several other countries. The company has over 8,000 direct employees and an extensive network of independent contractors. Among Stericycle’s clients are hospitals, medical and dental offices, blood banks and pharmacies.

Job hunters interested in a career working at Stericycle can apply either as a direct employee or as an independent contractor. For those desiring direct employment, there is a continual need for drivers, plant workers and Sharps Service Specialists. Other Stericycle careers can be found in information systems, human resources, sales, purchasing, accounting, inventory and marketing.

Most independent contractors deal with recalled products either at consumer locations or in distribution centers. Other independent contractors conduct retail audits. Some contractor positions require training or certification.

Stericycle benefits include the following:

Two choices of medical plans: traditional preferred provider organization (PPO) or high-deductible PPO
Prescription drug plan
Vision insurance
Dental insurance, including orthodontics
Healthcare Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
Dependent Care FSA
Disability insurance
Life insurance
Long-term care insurance
Group rates on home and auto insurance
401(k) with company contribution
Discounts on company stock purchases
Paid vacation and holidays
Paid personal days off, sick leave and funeral leave
Tuition reimbursement
Employee assistance program (EAP)
Prepaid legal assistance program



Stericycle was founded in 1989 in response to the Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988. The company began its acquisition of other service providers in 1993 and became a publicly-traded company in 1996. Stericycle began expansion into international markets in 1998.

In 1999, the company launched Stericycle Steri-Safe OSHA Compliance, its safety training program. By 2000, Stericycle was North America’s largest biohazard-disposal provider. In 2003, the firm acquired Bio Systems Sharps Management. Stericycle Bio Systems expanded across the country, and today, it is the leader in sharps management.

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