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The operation of heavy equipment requires highly coordinated, dependable, and skilled craftspeople. In some cases, there may be as many as four critically timed and coordinated functions to be performed simultaneously, and the heavy equipment operator must be able to operate the machine in a smooth, safe, productive cycle. The Heavy Equipment Operator must be able to coordinate machine actions with other activities, positioning or moving loads in response to hand or audio signals from crew members.
The Heavy Equipment Operator must be able to:
Some out-of-area and overnight travel may be expected. Heavy Equipment Operators are assigned to jobsites located across the state.
High School diploma or GED and five years of construction experience including previous experience operating heavy equipment on construction sites. Crane operator certification strongly preferred.
The employee works in conditions of repetitive movement, bending or twisting, and using hands to lift, push, pull, carry, handle, control, or feel objects, tools or controls. The employee walks and stands for long periods of time, walks on uneven surfaces, and performs strenuous physical labor under adverse field conditions. The employee must be able to regularly lift and carry heavy objects up to 50 pounds and team lift heavy objects up to 100 pounds. The employee may occasionally need to lift and carry objects in excess of 50 pounds. The employee must be able to sit for four consecutive hours without a break and must have at least average hearing and visual acuity, with or without corrective devices.
The Heavy Equipment Operator will also be required to pass an annual physical for crane operators.
While performing the job duties, the employee may be exposed to fumes or airborne particles, moving mechanical parts, and vibration, within OSHA standards. Job tasks are performed in close physical proximity to other people. The noise level in the work environment and job sites can be loud. The position regularly works near moving mechanical parts and in outside conditions that include inclement weather, heat and humidity, extreme cold, and exposure to dust.
Benefits For Full-time Heavy Equipment Operators Include:
Story Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Story Construction participates in E-Verify: Right to Work
Story Construction is a Drug-Free Workplace
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