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In a period in which the economy is sluggish, jobs can be hard to find. The construction industry is generally the first to defy this trend, and over the past two years it has led the way when it comes to growth. Heavy equipment operators, truck drivers and crane operators are all in demand, however, that demand is ever changing and often moves from state to state. There is a reason for this.
As projects come to an end, operators and drivers start to drift to new locations – their work there is done. One project finishes, another starts, however, it’s often hundreds of miles away, perhaps even in a new state. This draws in operators and drivers chasing the money that is often on offer for big projects. This leaves shortages at a local level, and those shortages mean there are plenty of job opportunities for others. The following jobs have been listed over the last two weeks – check with our jobs website for more information on these or any new jobs.
Back Hoe Operator
Railroad Engineering, Load Adjust and Transfer Company is now hiring equipment operators.
Driver – CDL – Crane/Boom
Spring Hill, TN
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.
Excavation Equipment Operator
Heavy equipment operator required to operate excavation equipment
Heavy Equipment Operator
Environmental Services company located in Bethlehem is seeking a FT Equipment Operator. Must have Heavy Equipment Experience Competitive Salary Health Ins./Dental/401K/Pd Vac. Drug-Free Workplace / EOE
Operate mechanical boom and cable or tower and cable equipment to lift and move heavy structural steel, materials, machines, forms, or products in many directions.
Heavy Equipment Operator & CDL
Fort Polk, LA
Seeking Heavy Equipment Operator to join our outstanding team at the Fort Polk Army Base in Louisiana.
Heavy Equipment Operator II
The Heavy Equipment Operator II will be responsible for the safe and efficient operation of material handling and processing equipment at the assigned Hawaiian Earth Products facility, as directed by the Operations Manager.
If a career as a heavy equipment operator, truck driver, or crane operator appeals, then check our training website for more information on how to get a start in any of these field.