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As winter approaches, many feel that work for heavy equipment operators would start to dry up. While winter may stall some construction projects, however, there’s still plenty of alternative work available. This weekend’s job listings are varied, however, they do once again highlight the need for multi-skilled workers, especially the combination of a commercial drivers license and heavy equipment operator experience. If any of these jobs interest you, visit our job site for more details.
- Excavation Operator – Missoula, MT
Looking for an experienced heavy equipment operator. This is a full-time position Monday to Friday starting 8am and finishing around 5pm. Applicants must have a drivers license, however, preference will be given to someone with a commercial drivers license. The position also involves manual laboring as well as equipment operation.
- Transload Operator – East Chicago, IN
Seeking a dedicated, hard working, career-minded individual for our dry and liquid-bulk transload facility in East Chicago, IN. The ideal candidate must be detail oriented, able to work outdoors year round in all conditions.
- Light Equipment Operator – Ludlow, MA
Looking for light equipment operator. This is a permanent, full-time position, 40 hours per week. It involves the operation of various trucks, heavy equipment and manual operation duties.
- Skidsteer operators – Huntsville, AL
- Truck drivers – Huntsville, AL
Employer is hiring drivers with experience in tri-axle dumps. Also hiring Ready mix trucks drivers.
Don’t let anyone tell you there’s no work for heavy equipment operators or truck drivers. There is, and there always will be. If you’re interested in a career driving trucks, or operating heavy equipment, then your first step is to seek out training. Associated Training Services has a long and proud history of training truck drivers and heavy equipment operators, and you could be one of our next graduates to start a great career.