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Heavy Equipment Job Listings: February 23, 2013

Short and long term job prospects are looking good for heavy equipment operators. Construction as an industry is growing, and with spring and summer just around the corner you can expect to see a surge in job opportunities in the short term. Being an industry that has an older employment base, many of whom fit into the ‘baby boomer’ category, long term prospects for new operators is almost assured – those ‘baby boomers’ are about to retire, and that will create a huge vacuum in experienced heavy equipment operators. If you’re looking for a career that has a bright future, then heavy equipment operations is certainly well worth some thought. Job vacancies this month have included:

  • Excavator, dozer, scraper and motor grader operators required in Howells, NE
  • Bulldozer operators required in Mowbridge, SD
  • Heavy equipment operators required for spring hire in Mobridge, SD.
  • Heavy Equipment Operators required for work in several states including LA, KS and TX.
  • Heavy equipment operators for jobs in IA and MN.

Truck drivers are also always in demand with this month’s job vacancies including:

  • Drivers required for concrete pumper trucks in Houston, TX. This business has locations in 16 states.
  • CDL-A drivers, Tanker and Hazmat, required. Want to be home at night? Start pay in WI .51, MN .43, and NY .49
  • Local delivery drivers required for building products in Madison, WI. Local driving means you’re home each night.
  • Employer is hiring CDL-A drivers for work in WI, MN, IA and IN with mileage pay in the .40’s

Visit our jobs website for the latest job listings – it’s free to access for anyone looking for work as heavy equipment operators, truck drivers or crane operators. If you’re interested in a career in any of those fields, then visit ATS. There you’ll find more information on how to build a successful career as a heavy equipment operator, truck driver and/or crane operator.

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