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Heavy Equipment Job Listings: February 4, 2012

There are a lot of job opportunities listed on our job site this week. Below are short descriptions of each. If you’re interested in one of these positions, feel free to visit our job site for more information and how to apply. The first listing is a special listing for veterans and is well worth looking at if you’re a veteran looking for work as a truck driver or heavy equipment operator.

Truck Drivers and Heavy Equipment Operators – Sidney, ND
Veterans wanted in N. Dakota. Lloyd Wynn, Washington DC has secured housing in Sidney, ND for drivers and equipment operators. Please call 703-946-0986

Truck Driver with Hazmat – Milwaukee, WI
Local driver with Hazmat CDL required. Home every night. Med, Dental,

Heavy Equipment Operators, Laborers and a Plant Manager – Bloomer, WI

Boom Truck Operator – CDL Delivery Driver – Morgantown, WV
Pull, load, and deliver customer purchases in a friendly, timely, safe and efficient manner. Greet and acknowledge all customers in a friendly, professional manner and provide quick, responsive customer service. Responsible for all other duties as assigned. Must have valid Commercial Drivers License (CDL). Requires morning, afternoon and evening availability any day of the week.

Equipment Operator II – Miami County, KS
Responsibilities: This is a non-exempt position operating a variety of heavy equipment requiring a great degree of skill in performing a variety of job assignments. This employee performs tasks related to road and bridge maintenance and construction and works under general supervision with work reviewed for results achieved.

Construction Equipment Operator 2 – West Chester, PA
Participate in project completion through operation of medium duty heavy equipment e.g. loaders, backhoes, trackhoes, forklifts, etc. and assistance to the site Managers on lesser tasks. When not operating equipment, participate in general labor tasks. The individual’s degree of involvement is dependent on his/hers experience and capabilities. Perform related responsibilities as assigned.

Equipment Operator – North Carolina
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities; traffic laws, regulations, equipment operation, knowledge of the principles and practices of operating and servicing medium size equipment, working knowledge of the occupational hazards involved and the safety precautions necessary to operate large equipment in heavy traffic and in restricted airfield areas, and knowledge of FAA rules.

Equipment Operator – Carlin, NV
Semi-skilled employees who operate at least one piece of heavy equipment such as loaders, scrapers, excavators and rubber-tired dozers. Employees will work under minimal supervision in environments where the primary objective is safe production.

Crane Operator – Mexico, MO
Operates hydraulic, electric and friction cranes to unload and backload heavy loads (supplies, equipment and personnel to and from vessels). Moves drill pipe when necessary.

Heavy Equipment Operator – Greencastle, IN
Ability to safely and effectively operate the equipment while assessing the surroundings (trucks, people, type of waste, surface grade, etc.). 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. Understands proper operation for equipment, gauges and their proper operating ranges. Adequate dexterity and reflexes for pushing/pulling.

Support Equipment Operator II – Empire, CO
Operations include both primary and byproduct molybdenum mines, integrated global operations, and local customer care. We provide our worldwide partners with the most reliable supply and highest quality molybdenum and rhenium products.

Support Equipment Operator I – Mine Operations – Bagdad, AZ
Performs duties related to the operation of heavy equipment in support of production including de-watering, materials delivery, maintaining berms, and surface maintenance at a skilled level.

Heavy Equipment Operators – Carrollton, KY
ASAP opening for Heavy Equipment Operators with 2 to 5 years experience.

Engineering Equipment Operator (Fire Dozer Operator) – Elko, NV
Seeking a dynamic and energetic individual.

Heavy Equipment Operator – Apex, NC
An employee in this class performs a variety of skilled equipment operation tasks operating heavy equipment for construction, maintenance and repair of utility lines and related appendices. Works involves operating heavy equipment such as backhoes in situations requiring skill and care to dig around underground and overhead utility lines, near traffic and in other tight places. When not operating equipment, the employee assists other crew members in building, repairing and replacing.

Heavy Equipment Operator – Seguin, TX
A leading provider of services to steel companies throughout the United States and Canada, has an opening for a Heavy Equipment Operator at our job site.

Heavy Equipment Operator Crane – Minneapolis, MN

Driver – CDL – Crane/Boom – Zimmerman, MN
Under moderate supervision, drives delivery vehicle to transport materials to location or production site that requires the operation of a crane or boom in the loading and off loading of materials. Operates crane or boom on delivery truck, including rigging, planning and hoisting of a variety of heavy construction materials.

Equipment Operator/Off Road Truck Driver – Black Hawk, MS

Heavy Equipment Operator – Streets – Victoria, TX
Operates heavy maintenance and construction equipment and assists the work of a crew who constructs, maintains and repairs streets and storm drainage systems. Knowledge of proper equipment used in the repair and maintenance of streets and storm drainage systems.

Heavy Equipment Operator – Baltimore, MD
$15k relocation incentive available for qualified applicants. Operate heavy equipment such as bulldozers, skid steers, front-end loaders and excavators. Relocation allowance offered for qualified candidates.

Heavy Equipment Operator – Orlando, FL
Performs skilled work in the operation of complex construction maintenance equipment, Performs tasks of more than average difficulty involving the safe operation and routine maintenance of assigned equipment.

Some of these positions require multi-skilled operators. If you have an skill gaps, check out our heavy equipment training website. We can help you quickly fill those gaps ready for multi-skilled employment.

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