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Heavy Equipment Job Listings: October 29, 2011

So there’s no future in heavy equipment operations. Tell that to our employers who have listed these jobs with us this week. There doesn’t appear to be a shortage of jobs, just a shortage of operators. If you’re looking for work as a heavy equipment operator, then check out the following.

Heavy Equipment Operator / Construction Helper – Burlington, VT

    Experienced heavy equipment operator needed.
    Operator needs to have experience operating an excavator.
    Experienced construction helper needed for same commercial project – must be an all around helper.

Construction Operator – Natchitoches, LA
#### Entry Level Position ####

    This is an entry level position responsible for basic construction and maintenance activities of a natural gas utility system.
    They may operate heavy and/or specialized equipment.
    Minimum requirements include a high school diploma or equivalent,
    Valid driver’s license,
    The ability to work in an outdoor environment and lifting up to 60 lbs.

Equipment Operator-Transportation – Midland, TX

    Performs manual and unskilled labor of more than ordinary difficulty, which often involves the use of acquired skills.
    Will operates several types of light and heavy equipment.
    Does related work and training as required.
    Operates motorized equipment used in the construction and maintenance of streets and alleys.
    Assists in loading and unloading transported equipment.

Equipment Operator / Sr. Equipment Operator – Waynesburg, PA

    Operates various types of equipment and tools used in pipeline and facilities construction.
    Performs repairs and maintenance of equipment as required.
    Loads and unloads material and equipment from trucks as required.
    Perform pipeline operator responsibilities as required.
    Required to participate in on-call rotation.
    Ability and willingness to travel.
    Willingness to work in all weather conditions.
    CDL license recommended

Equipment Operator – Battle Mountain, NV

    Semi-skilled employees who operate at least one piece of heavy equipment such as loaders, scrapers, excavators and rubber-tired dozers.
    Employees who can work under minimal supervision in environments where the primary objective is safe production.

Heavy Equipment Operator – Saint Augustine, FL

    Providing environmental services including waste collection, recycling and disposal of waste from homes and businesses.

Heavy Equipment Operator – Mexia, TX

    Operates heavy equipment at a transfer station, recyclery and/or landfill for the purpose of transferring, spreading, covering, loading and/or compacting waste or soil in a productive and safe manner.

Heavy Equipment Operator – Polkton, NC

    Solid waste collection, transfer, disposal and recycling to approximately 2 million commercial, industrial and residential customers in 30 states.

Heavy Equipment Operator II – Joseph City, AZ

    Heavy Equipment Operators are responsible for the safe operation of various heavy equipment vehicles that perform the spreading and compaction of construction and demolition, commercial and residential waste disposed of at the post collection facilities.
    Occasionally, items up to 50 lb. must be lifted while performing the daily routine in all weather conditions.
    Daily Equipment Inspections (DEI) are required.

Operators – Huntsville, AL

    Employer is hiring Trackhoe, Dozer, Track Loader, Pan operators and CDL drivers

Operator – Dallas, TX

    front loader operator required

If you are looking for a new career, then heavy equipment is one are where employers are always looking for skilled and well trained operators. The shortage is such that they even advertise positions that suited to entry level (new) operators. It only takes three weeks of heavy equipment operator training to gain those entry level skills. Once you have completed your training, you can view these and many other vacancies on our Job Site.

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