Heavy Equipment Job Listings: January 21, 2012
While many people consider January to be a slow period for finding employment, the construction industry doesn’t slow down just because it’s a new year. Projects have tight time frames, and to stay in business, and to win more contracts, construction companies have to meet those time frames. This means they are constantly looking for new employees, however, rather than door knocking every construct site, check out these pages each Saturday, or if you can’t wait, check our our job site for details on these and any other jobs registered by employers.
Heavy Equipment Operators
Two temp-to-hire Heavy Equipment Operators with a Class A CDL required. The Heavy Equipment Operator will operate heavy equipment such as cranes, clamshells, power shovels, motor graders, heavy loaders, carryalls, bulldozers, rollers, scrapers, and large industrial tractors with pan or scrapper attachments.
Applicants must live within a commutable distance to the jobsite. Successfully maneuvers heavy equipment vehicles, while following all safety and operations guidelines. Position may involve performing other duties as required, which may not be mentioned below.
Must be able to operate at least three of the following: crawler tractor, scraper, articulated dump truck, back hoe, motor grader and trash or dirt compactor.
We are seeking an experienced Heavy Equipment Operator for our Amarillo, TX office.
Operate heavy equipment safely, productively and efficiently. This job could require pushing, compacting, grading, loading or hauling waste or dirt and could require working alone or teaming with other Heavy equipment. This job could also require operating around Customer trucks and Customers at the working area.
Truck Driving Instructors
Sun Prairie, WI
DDS is Hiring Driver Instructors or suitable persons who feel they could train new drivers. Home nightly for those in the area. Call Bill Wisecup at 800-332-7364 ext 1113
Heavy Equipment Operator Crane
San Francisco, CA
Operate hydraulic pedestal cranes in an efficient manner, maintaining a high standard of safety. Perform the upkeep and general maintenance of the cranes on the main and support facilities with the highest emphasis on safety. Supervise labor crews on all phases of rigging and slinging. Ensure all personnel under his supervision know and perform all duties in a safe manner and related gear, ensuring safe and proper installation.
Looking for a career change? There are always vacancies for suitable heavy equipment operators, truck drivers and crane operators. ATS can provide all the training required for a successful career as an operator or driver so talk to us for more information. We run regular heavy equipment operator, crane operator and truck driver training programs, all designed deliver highly skilled operators to the workplace.