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Power Up Your Heavy Equipment Career With A Job Placement Service

If you’re really serious about starting a career as a heavy equipment operator – don’t go it alone, use a job placement service. They know the industry, they know the good employers (and the bad), and they know who is or who will be employing new operators. They also have that one little bit of knowledge that you will find impossible to find, who employs rookies and who turns them away.

You can waste a lot of time visiting construction companies trying to get your foot in the door. Many of them simply won’t employ new operators, preferring instead to hire those with experience. It may seem a little unfair, and it probably is since those experienced operators were once rookies themselves. However, that is where a job placement service can be a big help.

There are a lot of job placement services around; it is simply a matter of finding the right one for you. You also have to be sure they have specialist knowledge of the heavy equipment industry. Of course, if you’re lucky, the organization you do your training with may have their own job placement service.

You are in luck because you are one step away from finding that heavy equipment training organization that also offers a job placement service. ATS Heavy Equipment Operator Schools have one of the best reputations in the nation for delivering quality training and for providing the industry with well trained operators.

Because of that reputation, employers will often come to ATS seeking their best students. In fact, ATS has an extensive database of employers that graduates can access. Their heavy equipment job placement service doesn’t stop there, it includes a specialized web site and trained staff ready to help graduates find their first job. ATS won’t help you get your foot in the door. We want to get your feet on the pedals and actually working – after all, that is what a job placement service is all about.

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