Auxiliary Equipment Operator Job Description Sample
Auxiliary Operator - Operator
Title: Auxiliary Operator - Operator
Perform semi-skilled manual work in connection with power plant operation.
Isolate, clean, open, replace, inspect, close and return to service plant equipment.
Isolate equipment and place/remove clearance tags in the plant and switchyard. Operate, regulate, adjust, clean and perform minor maintenance on plant auxiliary systems. Monitor and inspect all plant equipment for normal operation.
Identify and report abnormal conditions to the proper authority and write work orders. Operate, clean, service and lubricate portable power driven tools and equipment.
Maintain tools, equipment and work areas in a clean and orderly condition.
Utilize portable meters, analyzers and equipment to conduct tests and monitoring. Lubricate and check lubrication equipment; adjust packing glands as necessary and perform necessary operative maintenance, using appropriate hand tools. Operate oil filtering equipment.
Erect and remove simple scaffolding and rigging. Perform routine cleaning of plant areas and equipment, including outside areas, as assigned. Load, unload, move and handle materials, supplies and equipment; open boxes, barrels, bags and other materials using material handling equipment.
Monitor water chemistry as required.
Maintain water pH and follow EPA guidelines as applicable. Assist in preparing boilers and auxiliaries for operation and removal from service.
If applicable, monitor coal feed to mills and burners and observe conditions of fires and furnaces. Hand lance slag in boilers, hand- operating soot blowers, unplugging ash lines, disposing of clinkers and other similar work. Use flow diagrams to identify system piping and equipment and revise these prints as required.
Make required equipment checks and assist in performing tests and preparing related reports, graphs and curves. Perform duties in accordance with Company's safety rules, operating regulations and practices and report unsafe conditions and practices. Train for and carry out assignments in firefighting, first aid and other emergency response programs as required Perform other job duties as assigned.
Auto req ID: 17573BR
Location: Vernon, TX
Job Type: Full-Time
Job Category: Power Plants
Education: Two year Associate degree in power plant technology, industrial technology, engineering technology or equivalent.
Experience: Equivalent would include 2- years of military experience, or some post high school education plus two years of related industrial experience. Successful completion of the Plant Operator Selection System (POSS) is required for this position. A review of Employment Testing Information, Test-Taking Tips, together with the POSS Practice Tests may be helpful.
A link to these materials may be found at AEP.com Careers by selecting Employment testing. Possess a appropriate State driver's license. Must satisfactorily complete, in such time frames as may be established by the Company, all required training to advance to Operator.
This includes the ability to gain a working knowledge of all applicable operating instructions and procedures. Must be available to work rotating shifts. Holidays and weekends as required.
Must be available for call-out. Equal Opportunity Employer | Minorities/Females/Disability/Vets
Auxiliary Operator - PBF
Description NAES Corporation is now accepting applications for an Auxiliary Operator at the Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority ("MIRA") power block facility (PBF) located in Hartford, CT. The 80 megawatt refuse derived fuel (RDF) facility consists of three combustion engineering boilers each rated at 28 TPH of RDF and two GE steam turbines rated at 40 megawatts each. The power block facility combusts the RDF which is processed at the Waste Processing Facility located adjacent to the plant, also operated by NAES. About NAES: We are an independent services company dedicated to delivering value to facilities across the power generation, oil & gas, petrochemical, pulp & paper, and manufacturing industries. For more than 35 years, we have drawn on our deep experience in advisory, operations, maintenance, fabrication, construction, engineering, compliance, technical support, asset management and energy management services to assess, build, operate and maintain sites that run safely, reliably and cost-effectively. We operate more than 150 power plants throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico that span all technologies and provide over 41 GW of capacity. With the strength of 4,000 people, our growing family of companies now addresses the entire life cycle of power generation and other industrial plants. NAES offers competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits package (including retirement) and promotional opportunities.
Requirements GENERAL SUMMARY The primary role of the Auxiliary Operator is to tour the plant ensuring that all plant equipment is operated within design parameters
. Monitors equipment operations, making adjustments as needed to optimize performance. Monitor the performance of emissions control equipment and adjust as required to meet State and Federal permits.
PRIMARY FUNCTIONS Make regular rounds of equipment and correct problems as noted with equipment. Rounds of equipment will involve, but not be limited to observing plant operations, making adjustment to optimize performance and monitoring the operations of emissions control equipment and adjusting to meet State and Federal permits. Schedule and perform preventive maintenance and equipment repairs.
Assist in plant non-routine maintenance activities. Troubleshoot equipment that fails during operation to provide assistance to the maintenance department in identifying required repairs. Perform laboratory quality water testing and make corrections to the process as necessary.
Chemical handling is required. Maintain a clean and safe plant environment. Maintain accurate records of plant operations.
Review and analyze records for pending failures. Develop and implement the budget for assigned systems. Operate the demineralization system to support plant operations.
Conduct plant equipment start ups and shutdowns at the direction of the Control Room Operator. Conduct weekly and monthly check sheets. Assist with the Plant Training Program.
Be a resource for other technicians in the program, and provide feedback/documentation to the Lead Operator. Perform preventative and corrective maintenance as assigned. Cover Flex Leaves and Disability leaves as required during Relief Week.
Perform other duties as required by plant conditions. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include standing on feet for extended periods, requiring stair and ladder climbing and routinely lifting 50 pounds. Protective equipment must be worn in the performance of some duties (e.g. hard hats, safety glasses, air masks, ear protection, chemical suits, hot gloves and high voltage protective equipment, etc.). Work with hazardous materials may be required.
Position requires extended working hours and varied shifts with weekend and holiday work, as required by schedules, work load and plant conditions. "On call" status will periodically be required. All employees will participate in the Fitness for Duty Program. This program includes post-offer physical examination and drug screening and post employment random drug screening.
Employees will abide with extensive smoking restrictions in and around the facility. JOB QUALIFICATIONS HS diploma or equivalent required. At least three years’ experience in a power/process environment is required.
The individual should have worked with high-pressure turbines, solid fuel or gas fired boilers and should be familiar with associated equipment. All individuals must demonstrate a strong aptitude in math, mechanical/electrical ability and production control. It is the practice of NAES to seek employees of the highest quality and to select the individuals on the basis of merit and competence, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, military status or affiliation protected under USERRA, or any other basis of discrimination prohibited by applicable local, state and federal law. Requisition Number: 17-0348 Post Date: 1/2/2018 Title: Auxiliary Operator - PBF
Location:* MIRA PBF
Equipment Operator I - Streets Division
Equipment Operator I - Streets Division Print Apply Equipment Operator I - Streets Division Salary $38,958.40 - $47,465.60 Annually Location Casper, WY Job Type Full-Time Department Public Services Department Job Number 0752-18 Closing 2/4/2018 11:59 PM Mountain
- Questions Class Summary Assigned to: Streets Division Position requires on-call snow removal scheduling Incumbents are responsible for operating light and medium standard maintenance equipment in order to complete a variety of maintenance and repair activities.
Responsibilities may include roadway repair and maintenance including asphalt and concrete patching and sealing; snow removal; directing traffic; excavating; and cleaning and maintaining equipment. Receives general supervision from higher level supervisory and management staff in assigned division. This position is driving essential (see driving requirements below). Typical Class Essential Duties 1.
Performs maintenance duties which may include crack sealing, patching pot holes, sealing concrete, maintaining paved and graveled alley roads, removing snow, installing curbs, maintaining valley gutters and sweeping streets. 2. Drives and operates construction equipment including dump trucks, equipment trailers, rodder trucks, asphalt rollers and loaders. 3. Performs minor repairs on equipment and report the need for major repairs; checks and adjusts fluid levels; grease and lubricate parts as required. 4.
Operates and maintains a variety of light equipment and tools in order to perform maintenance activities. 5. Identifies equipment needs for each assigned project. 6. Cleans and cares for tools and equipment. 7.
Picks up and transports refuse to appropriate dumping site. 8. Represents the City of Casper by responding to the public, citizens, its employees, and others in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner while continuously maintaining a positive customer service demeanor. 9. Follow all City safety procedures.
Reports all accidents/incidents immediately to supervisor. 10. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level. Knowledge (position requirements at entry): Knowledge of: • Operation and maintenance requirements of trucks and light equipment. • Maintenance practices and procedures. • Safe work practices Abilities (position requirements at entry): Ability to: • Operate a variety of less complex power-driven equipment. • Attach auxiliary pieces of equipment to power-driven equipment. • Learn the traffic laws, ordinances and rules involved in truck and equipment operations. • Perform a variety of construction and maintenance tasks. • Work independently or in a crew situation, as assigned. • Learn the practices, methods and materials used in construction and maintenance work. • Learn how to read and interpret blueprints, schematics and/or other technical drawings. • Learn the geography and street system of the City. • Communicate effectively verbally and in writing. • Follow written and verbal instructions and direction • Respond to call-outs after hours, weekends and holidays. • Maintain a neat and professional appearance. • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Skills (position requirements at entry): Skill in: • Operating in a courteous, knowledgeable and tactful manner with staff and general public. • Oral and written communication, sufficient to exchange or convey effective information and to receive work direction. • Using and caring for applicable tools and equipment. • Performing manual labor. Training, Experience & Certifications Training and Experience: • High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) • Must be at least 18 years of age. • Minimum of one year experience performing maintenance work involving the operation of light and medium size equipment. Licensing
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Wyoming Class B CDL Driver's License. • Air Brake Endorsement preferred.
Supplemental Information & Physical Requirements The above job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department. Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Employment with the City of Casper is contingent upon a successful background screen and pre-employment drug test.
Applicants who have failed a pre-employment screen or have been terminated from the City of Casper are ineligible for employment consideration for 12 months. You will become eligible for consideration 12 months from the date of your incident (pre-employment screen or termination). As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must utilize direct deposit for payroll purposes. Driving records are required for all new employees regardless of the position's driving requirements.
If the employee has not held a Wyoming driver's license for the last three years, the employee must provide at their own initiation and expense a driving record from their previous state(s) of residence. Physical
Positions in this class typically require: stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions.
Medium work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Incumbents may be subject to dusts, odors, chemicals, and extreme climate/weather conditions.
Driving Requirements: For driving essential positions, employment with the City of Casper is contingent upon a satisfactory driving record. A driving record that reflects any of the following criteria is considered unsatisfactory: 1) Convicted of three (3) or more moving violations within the previous 36 months (three separate, individual incidents); 2) A conviction within the previous 36 months of any of the following:
Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
Leaving the scene of an accident;
Fleeing to avoid arrest;
Homicide or assault by motor vehicle;
Driving without auto insurance;
Driving on a suspended license;
Refusal to take blood/breathalyzer test for suspected DUI or impaired driving. If you have questions regarding the background screen, pre-employment drug test or driving record, please contact the Human Resources Office at (307)235-8344 prior to accepting a job offer.
The City of Casper offers a variety of benefits to full-time employees. Benefit Programs Include: Health, dental, vision, flex spending account, life insurance, paid vacation & holidays, disability leave, retirement pension, Employees Family Assistance Program (EFAP), and a 457k plan.
Please visit the City's "Employee Benefits" webpage for complete details on our benefit programs. There is a minimum 30-day waiting period prior to commencement of health insurance benefits. Coverage begins the first day of the month following 30 full days of employment.
For example: Date of Hire: 4/10 30th day: 5/9 Coverage Begins: 6/1 Additional Benefits and Fun Events: Tuition Reimbursement- The City offers a tuition reimbursement program that will partially reimburse full-time employees for the cost of tuition and books for pre-approved course.
The reimbursement rate is: 90% for a grade of "A", 80% for a "B", and 70% for a "C". There is no reimbursement for a grade of "D" or "F". Total reimbursement is $2,500 per employee, per year. Wellness Programs
Annual biometric screenings, Online Health Risk Assessment, Health Talks, Annual On-Site Flu Vaccination Clinic, Enhanced Disease Management, Musculoskeletal Health Programs, Workplace Health Challenges, and Ergonomic Assessments. Service Awards Luncheon
To recognize and celebrate years of service, employees who reach a 5-year milestone with the City are invited to an annual luncheon. This event includes catered food, awards and great door prizes. Golf Tournament
Every summer employees, family members and retirees are invited to participate in the City's Annual Golf tournament. The tournament includes 18 holes of golf at the City's Municipal Golf Course, lunch, hole prizes and great door prizes. Chili Skate Night
To promote the City's Employees Family Assistance Program (EFAP), fulltime employees and their family members are invited to enjoy an evening of free food and ice skating at the Casper Ice Arena.
Nuclear Plant Equipment Operator
Nuclear Plant Equipment Operator Date:Jan 13, 2018 Location:WATERFORD, CT, US, 6385 Company:Dominion Energy Dominion Energy is one of the nation's largest producers and transporters of energy, with a portfolio of approximately 25,700 megawatts of generation, 14,400 miles of natural gas transmission, gathering and storage pipeline, and 6,500 miles of electric transmission lines. Dominion Energy operates one of the nation's largest natural gas storage systems with 1 trillion cubic feet of storage capacity and serves more than 6 million utility and retail energy customers.
Our company is built on a proud legacy of public service, innovation and community involvement. In addition to our core energy production, transportation and storage businesses, we invest in communities where we live and work and by practicing responsible environmental stewardship wherever we operate. Diversity is linked to every aspect of our business to include how we attract, develop and retain our future talent.
An inclusive environment encourages the coming together of different talents, thoughts and energies. The company’s commitment to employing military veterans through the Troops to Energy Jobs program is one way we are able to ensure workforce diversity. At this time, Dominion Energy cannot transfer nor sponsor a work visa for this position.
This position does not offer relocation assistance. Job Summary The Nuclear Plant Equipment Operator position is an entry level position into the Control Room. Individuals in this title are expected to enter the Control Operator licensing program when selected.
Responsible for performing work associated with the operation of various plant equipment. Locally, starts up, operates, inspects and shuts down primary radwaste and secondary plant systems and associated/related components. Performs or assists with scheduled, operational tests on protective devices and safety systems, filter pre-coating operations, cleans water strainers, oil strainers and condensers and changes cartridge filters.
Reads meters, gauges, thermometers and instruments on auxiliary equipment, makes adjustments to obtain efficient operations, and records readings as required. Inspects outdoor transformer equipment, including deluge system, service switchgear and operating M-G sets and rectifiers, reports abnormal conditions. Participates in self-assessments and prompt adequate resolution of identified department issues.
Train for and as needed perform duties as a site fire brigade responder. Responsible for receiving, informing, and giving information in a timely manner related to issues such as safe work practices, work schedules or delays, wasted resources, errors not readily apparent or easy to detect, and non-compliance to procedures, and work processes or procedures that could improve performance or reduce costs. Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities & Experience This is an entry level position into the Operations Department with the expectation that the candidate will enter the appropriate license program.
In order to progress to the next level in Operations the individual must demonstrate the abillity to obtain a Reactor Operators license and/or Senior Reactor Operator license. To be considered for this position you must meet the following qualification: + 1 year relevant power plant experience preferably in a nuclear power plant (ex: Nuclear operations or navy nuclear experience) OR equivalent education in engineering or nuclear technology Additional qualifications:
Must be qualified and able to perform the responsibilities and tasks of the position to accurately read, interpret, and comply with company/department procedures, provide attention to detail, and to minimize errors. Thorough knowledge of operation of pumps, valves, motors, and other power plant equipment. A basic knowledge of nuclear power plant systems and their operation, and health physics procedures.
Ability to diagnose problems in power plant equipment, write Maintenance Requests for repairs. This position requires the participation in the Fire Bridage up to and including fulfilling the role of Fire Brigade leader and works a rotating shift schedule Education Requirements Education Level: Required: High School Graduate , GED NOTE:
Candidates are required to upload verification of their education prior to being scheduled for an interview Working Conditions Confined Spaces 26-50% Dust / Grease / Oil 26-50% Energized Wires Up to 25% Fumes 26-50% Heat Up to 25% Loud Noise Up to 25% Office Work Environment Up to 25% Operating Machinery 51-75% Outdoors Up to 25% Pressurized Lines & Valves 51-75% Radiation Up to 25% Travel Up to 25% Test Description This job requires recommended test results from the EEI Plant Operators Selection System (POSS) aptitude test, administered on site during the pre-employment process. To view the practice test, cut and paste the following URL in your browser, https://careers.dominionenergy.com/content/Pre-Employment-Testing/ Export Control Certain positions at Dominion Energy may involve access to information and technology subject to export controls under U.S. law. Compliance with these export controls may result in Dominion Energy limiting its consideration of certain applicants.
Other Information We offer excellent plans and programs for employees. Employees are rewarded with a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package which may include: health benefits with coverage for families and domestic partners, vacation, retirement plans, paid holidays, tuition reimbursement, and much more. Dominion Energy is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a diverse workforce.
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their protected veteran or disabled status. You can experience the excitement of our company – it's the difference between taking a job and starting a career. Job Segment:Power Plant Operator, Nuclear, Reactor Operator, Engineer, Pipeline, Energy, Engineering
Light Equipment Operator 1
Light Equipment Operator 1 Tracking Code 37536 Job Description
Operate offline and auxiliary binding/finishing/packaging equipment.
Set up and adjusts machine and equipment for production runs.
Clean, lubricate and maintain machine to ensure its optimum operation.
May troubleshoot issues and submit requests for maintenance as needed.
May coordinate the assignment of crew members and may provide training for new team members. Work Environment: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to fumes, wet and/or humid conditions; moving mechanical parts; and risk of electrical shock. Employees are expected to use PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and follow appropriate procedures as recommended by EHS when conditions require its use. This may include, but is not limited to, hearing protection, goggles, safety shoes, lockout/tagout, etc. Physical Demands Lifting up to 30 lbs regularly to move objects. While performing the duties of this job, the employee will frequently sit; use hands and fingers repetitively; climb; talk or hear; stand; reach (extending hands and arms in any direction); bend, twist, walk (moving about to accomplish tasks); and lift(raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to position). Required Skills To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Requires familiarity with routine operating procedures of equipment which can be set up and operated following a few step by step instructions and the skill to operate the equipment.
Requires skill to perform minor clerical tasks incidental to the operation of the equipment (e.g., maintain machine operating and maintenance records, write new identification labels for computer tapes, etc.), and skill to perform routine maintenance such as cleaning and lubricating the equipment.
Ability to identify if improper machine operation and make basic adjustments. Job Location Kent, Washington, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular Employee Referral Bonus eligible No
As an NRG employee, we encourage you to think creatively and proactively about your career choices. Our work environment is dynamic and the career opportunities across our businesses offer variety and challenge. Providing career growth to our own employees is critical to our ongoing success-take charge of your career goals and empower your future!
Responsible for operating equipment for stopping, starting, and/or regulating power plant boilers, steam generators, and systems under the direction of a Unit Operator or station management; inspect and maintain plant equipment, steam turbines, power boilers, turbine driven generators, mechanical and electrical auxiliaries, fuel systems, ash handling equipment, lubricating systems, and water recirculation and treatment systems; monitor the automatic control functions of auxiliary equipment; manually operate breakers, circuits, valves, switches and similar equipment; determine operating status of equipment from previous shift personnel, log book entries, local inspection and observation of equipment, instrumentation, and controls; review and edit station s operating procedures and technical instructions; operate ash and slag handling equipment; is a member of the station s fire brigade or acts as station fire guide for outside fire departments; perform all activities in accordance with applicable health, safety, and environmental standards; utilize computer and other technology based work management systems as may be required in performing work duties; perform all activities in a high quality manner to achieve best industry practice; perform general cleaning and housekeeping duties; troubleshoot plant malfunctions; interact with station personnel, contractors and others to perform equipment operator functions; respond to overtime requests as needed; handle special assignments; and perform related work as required. Essential Functions: * Operate equipment under the direction of a Unit Operator or station management, for maximum efficiency and output while maintaining environmental compliance and safety.
Monitor equipment conditions using all indications available in the control room, on site, and portable test equipment.
Diagnose equipment problems, report abnormal conditions to the Unit Operator or station management, and prepare detailed work requests for plant defects.
Read, interpret, and implement technical information found in manufacturer s and OEM technical manuals, electrical and mechanical P &IDs, and operating and maintenance procedures.
Inspect plant and equipment, including carrying out scheduled plant checks, and prepare necessary reports and log entries; ensure maintenance requests are completed to a satisfactory standard; assist in planning, organizing, and executing unit outages for inspections, overhauls, repairs and cleaning.
Prepare work permits and administer the SAFE Access to Plant, or similar systems, as it applies to the equipment for which the Equipment Operator is responsible.
Perform disconnect switching and electrical and maintenance operations to place equipment in and out of service; render electrical circuits and mechanical equipment safe for permit work.
Monitor and as necessary perform routine chemical analysis of plant water to determine the chemical constituents and take corrective action to maintain plant quality within prescribed limits as required.
Prepare, maintain, and administer procedures and reports related to the operation, monitoring and maintenance of the plant; maintain accurate logs of daily operations, complete check sheets, change charts and ink recorders.
Prepare work orders and input data into work history file.
Prepare and maintain quality assurance procedures and technical instructions and actively supports and participate in the use and continuous development of the quality management system.
Assist in the planning and layout of jobs including parts and equipment identification and ordering needed to complete the job.
Assist Unit Operator with control room activities.
Perform maintenance activities as required in support of the overall maintenance of the plant.
Clean, paint, and lubricate equipment.
Conduct shift change by briefing the incoming Equipment Operators of current plant status and issues.
Assist other classifications as may be required.
Participate in ongoing training to maintain and enhance skills required to perform all Equipment Operator duties and assist in the training of others.
Conduct and assist OJT instruction of other operators and/or trainees.
Maintain housekeeping standards in all areas of the plant, as required.
* High School diploma or GED Equivalent
Must receive a rating ofrecommended on the NRG Pre-Employment Skills Assessment test.
Must have knowledge of job safety requirements
Must have strong verbal and written communications skills
Must have strong interpersonal skills and possess a demonstrated ability to learn.
* Minimum of three years of experience related to power plant operation and maintenance Physical Requirements/Working Conditions: * This position is exposed to both indoor and outdoor environmental conditions, cold and hot temperatures and moderate to high noise levels.
The position requires a person to occasionally bend, stoop, reach, push, pull, walk, sit, stand and climb. NRG Energy is committed to a drug and alcohol free workplace. To the extent permitted by law and any applicable collective bargaining agreement, employees are subject to periodic random drug testing, and post-accident and reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Level, Title and/or Salary may be adjusted based on the applicant's experience or skills. Official description on file with Human Resources.
Equipment Operator / Laborer
Delta Personnel is hiring for Part-Time and Full-Time Equipment Operators / Laborers. We are looking for individuals who can identify and operate all auxiliary equipment. No experience is necessary to sign up for this position.Responsibilities
- Maintain equipment and accurate driving record
- Identify and explain function of all primary equipment
- Apply all disciplines of driving and operating equipment
Founded in 1985, Delta Staffing Services is one of the premiere strategic staffing firms in New Jersey. Independently owned and operated, we specialize in providing qualified candidates and temporary employees for a wide variety of assignments in New Jersey.
"Hard work spotlights the character of people: some turn up their sleeves, some turn up their noses, and some don't turn up at all."
From the beginning, Delta Staffing Services' primary purpose is to provide high quality, diverse staffing support to our valued clients. We are "business partners" with you, meaning that we endeavor to go far beyond the constraints of a conventional staffing relationship to support your staffing needs. We want you to envision us as consultative "Problem Solvers." In response to your needs, we approach each challenge with a pro-active sense of urgency designed not only to address your current staffing requirements, but also to develop a valuable enhancement to your business.Reference:(GWJ260245Z)
Equipment Operator / Yard Truck Operator
Equipment operator will be responsible for using a Shuttle Truck, also called a Yard Truck or Hostler, to move trailers on the property. These tasks include, but are not limited to safely towing, backing up and parking trailers, as well as moving equipment and general labor.
Duties & Responsibilities:
- Operate Shuttle Truck / Yard Truck and other various equipment to move trailers and containers on the facility
- Follow directions of supervisors
- Complete paperwork associated with load instructions (must exhibit a strong attention to detail)
- Understand and comply with safety procedures
- Properly use all of the required personal protection equipment (PPE) required for specific tasks (i.e. hard hats, gloves, reflective vests, safety glasses, etc.)
- Identify abnormal noises and mechanical problems associated with equipment and communicate problems to Foremen and Supervisors.
- Avoid damage to equipment, property, fellow workers and public
- Keeping equipment clean
- Assist with other projects for the company in addition to regular job responsibilities
Minimum Qualifications and Characteristics:
- Exhibits strong ability to work as a team with other co-workers
- Complies with safety policies at all times
- Demonstrates hustle and a strong work ethic
- Must be dependable, motivated and possess a positive attitude in working with others.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Works hard to meet deadlines
Essential Physical & Mental Functions:
- Demonstrates professionalism
- Multi-task and set priorities effectively
- Excellent hand, eye and foot coordination
- Accomplish goals in a team environment
- Attention to detail
- Possess a positive “can do” attitude
- Overtime as required to meet deadlines
- Work is performed in an outdoor setting, which can include hot, cold, and inclement weather, and exposure to dust
- Must be physically able to repetitively lift and carry at least 50 pounds on a regular basis
- Use of personal protection equipment is required
Equipment Operator / Laborer (No Experience Needed)
Crown Services is hiring for Part-Time and Full-Time Equipment Operators / Laborers. We are looking for individuals who can identify and operate all auxiliary equipment. No experience is necessary to sign up for this position.Responsibilities
- Maintain equipment and accurate driving record
- Identify and explain function of all primary equipment
- Apply all disciplines of driving and operating equipment
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We offer an array of staffing services including temporary, temporary-to-hire, direct placement, contract staffing, referred employee program and customized recruiting. Contact us today and put our extensive professional network to work for you.Reference:(GWJ256907Z)
Heavy Equipment Operator & Directional Drilling Operator
Express Employment Professionals is looking for an Underground Construction Worker to perform directional drilling duties as well as a Heavy Equipment Operator with back hoe and track hoe experience. Ditch Witch or Vermeer Bore Rig Operator/Locators experience is a huge plus as well as being able to use sub Site or Digitrak Locating equipment. Work with minimal supervision. CDL or previous utility construction a plus.
Must have a valid Driver's License. Must be able to lift 50 pounds.
Long-term, Full-time. Pay is based on experience.
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