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heavy equipment operator

  • Operate compactors, scrapers, or rollers to level, compact, or cover refuse at disposal grounds.
  • Operate loaders to pull out stumps, rip asphalt or concrete, rough-grade properties, bury refuse, or perform general cleanup.
  • Manage computer software responsible for grading landscaping.
  • Heavy equipment operator.

heavy equipment operator/supervisor

  • Operate heavy equipment
  • Train apprentices 
  • Order supplies for jobs
  • Union steward 
  • Insure all safety practices are being implemented

heavy equipment operator

  • D8t Dozer- Maintain dump and loading sites, grub and remove topsoil, build roads and ramps for haulage equipment
  • 160m Motor Grade- Maintain access roads to mine site, maintain haulage roads and dump sites, remove snow and ice in winter
  • 844j Loader- load otr trucks with ore, maintain dumps and roadway berms
  • 980k Loader- Load otr trucks, maintain roadways and dump sites

heavy equipment operator

  • Load and move materials, using trucks or related equipment
  • Observe hand signals, grade stakes, or other markings when operating machines so that work can be performed to specifications.
  • Experience operating Excavator, Packer, Rock Truck, and Front End Loader.
  • Effective communication skills demonstrated through positive interactions with site managers, outside contractors, and on-site staff.
  • Lining ditches with filter cloth.

heavy equipment operator / laborer

  • Daily operation of Cat, Unit-Rig & Komatsu’ 530, 730, 830 series Haul Truck.
  • Periodical operation of Bobcat Skid-Steer, Clark Forklift, Cat Front-End Loader, service vehicles & other light & heavy equipment or machinery.
  • Perform pre-operational inspections each shift to check vehicles or equipment to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in good working order.
  • Report vehicle defects, accidents, safety hazards, or damage to the vehicles to dispatch or supervisor.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting bulk raw materials.
  • Operate equipment, such as truck cab computers or CB radios, to exchange necessary information with dispatcher, supervisor, or other equipment operators.
  • Perform basic vehicle maintenance tasks, such as adding oil or engine coolant, & performing minor repairs.