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Heavy Equipment Job Listings: January 19, 2013

In an era where job uncertainty remains a big factor, having a skill that is still in demand is like pure gold. Truck driving, crane operations and heavy equipment operations are three skill areas that remain strong despite the economy. Whilst legislators around the nation are looking to cut expenditure wherever possible, services such as schools, hospitals, roads and bridges still remain as priorities. More importantly, there are some sectors of the economy, particularly mining, that are growing, and their need for these skilled workers is growing – sometimes outstripping supply. The jobs that have come into our jobs website this month include:

Equipment Operator Fuels
Pardeeville, WI
Alliant Energy is currently recruiting for an Equipment Operator. We are a publicly traded energy holding company with over 4,000 employees. Alliant Energy is committed to providing an inclusive work environment for all our employees and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. In this challenging role you will operate fuel-handling equipment and performs related coal yard and plant tasks at a steam generating station.

Truck Driver
Madison, WI
Capitol Warehouse needs a tanker driver for mostly WI and surrounding state runs, home most nights.

Truck Drivers
Sun Prarie, WI
Schneider will be hiring CDL-A drivers at DDS on 01/15/2013 at 4PM

Truck Drivers
Marshfield, WI
Roehl at Marshfield hiring CDL-A drivers for Dairy Tankers runs, WI and MN

Heavy Equipment Operators and Laborers
Nationwide Contracting – Oklahoma
Heavy Equipment Operators and Laborers Experience required. Must have valid D.L., be able to work ex­tended hours.

If you are looking for a career that has strong demand despite the ills of the economy, consider heavy equipment operations, truck driving and/or crane operations. Our training website has details on training programs that will prepare you for the workplace – and a career that is well paid and always in demand.

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