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Heavy Equipment Job Listings: September 8, 2012
Are there jobs in the trucking and construction industry? There certainly are. We are constantly receiving job vacancies from employers (you can view them all on our job site), and often the vacancies are for multiple positions. It’s important to read each job vacancy, and to keep a positive attitude. We often hear the comment like, “Sure there’s a job available right where I want to work, however, I am new to the industry so they won’t select me.” That’s the wrong attitude. They may well select you if you are suited to their needs, and if they are recruiting for several vacancies, then you’ll have an even better chance of success. It’s like the old lottery issue – you won’t have a chance of winning if you don’t buy a ticket – in this case, you certainly won’t get the job if you don’t submit an application. The jobs that have recently come into our offices include:
Truck Driver Job Vacancies
Detroit, MI – Want to get paid by the mile? Full time truck driver with CDL-A required.
Eagan, MN – Truck drivers with CDL-A required
Fort Worth, TX – Regional Truck Drivers with CDL-A required
Kill Devil Hills, NC – Full time delivery driver with CDL Class A
Nashville, TN – Get home weekly whilst earning $800-$1200. Class A CDL Truck Driver
San Antonio, TX – Class A CDL drivers required – Home every night
Crane Operator Job Vacancies
Anchorage, AK – Offshore Crane Operator and Riggers
Hamilton, TX – Tower crane operators
New Mexico – Hydraulic crane operator
San Jose, CA – Certified Crane Operators.
San Marcos, TX – Tower crane operators
Tulsa, OK – Bridge Crane Operator
Heavy Equipment Operator Job Vacancies
- Fargo, ND – Heavy Equipment Operators with pay starting at $20-$22/hr.
If you’re interested in a career as a crane operator, truck driver or heavy equipment operator, then talk to us to find out how easy it is to get a start in these careers. It can take as little as three weeks heavy equipment operator training to be ready to operate heavy equipment in the workplace – that’s a small investment in time for a lifelong rewarding career.
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