Dredge Operator Job Description Sample
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Dredge Operator is responsible for the safe, efficient operation and maintenance of the dredge at a sand and gravel plant.
Have knowledge of dredge operation and ability to troubleshoot
Ability to perform maintenance on dredge and related areas
Ability to work in outdoor environments including on the water and in elevated areas
Must be able to sit and operate equipment for long periods of time, up to 10+ hours per day
Must be able to work weekends as required
Perform other duties as required
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Valid Driver's License
Dependable and predicable attendance is required
Able to work with little supervision
Welding skills desired but not required
Ability to use a variety of hand tools and power tools in a safe manner
Work well in a team environment
Communicate effectively (both written and verbal)
Work outside in all weather conditions consistent with extreme ambient temperatures of the area: heat, cold, dust, wet and dry. Noise levels up to 90 dbs
Must be able to perform duties in a safe manner. This job requires the ability to wear a hard hat, safety glasses, steel-toed boots, hearing protection, and safety reflective vest
Health Care Reimbursement Account
Dependent Care Reimbursement Account
Employee Assistance Plan
Paid Holidays and Vacation
401(k) with Company matching
Sickness and Accident – Short-Term Disability
Optional Long-Term Disability
Employee Life Insurance
Spouse & Dependent Life Insurance
Business Travel Accident Insurance
Direct Deposit Payroll
Educational/Tuition Assistance Plan
College Scholarship Program – for dependent children
Matching Gift Program
New Auto Purchase Discount Plans
We are an equal opportunity employer. Qualified minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Dredge Operator 1 - 20050036
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) mission is to ensure a balance between wise use and protection of our natural resources for the benefit of all. Click the following links to learn more about the Division of Parks and Watercraft.
Please note that this position will travel statewide and you will be required to take a physical abilities test, administered by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) to demonstrate knowledge, skills and abilities related to the safe operation of heavy motorized equipment.
RESPONSIBILITIES FOR THE DREDGE OPERATOR 1 POSITION INCLUDE:
Operates heavy equipment to maintain dredge material relocation areas (DMRA's) & lake improvement projects, hydraulic suction & mechanical dredges, priming pumps, maneuvering levers &/or pedals, observing gauges & having technical knowledge of dredge mechanics & capabilities to remove sediment & aquatic vegetation from waterways: operates dredge-related equipment such as tandem dump truck, pickup truck, semi with low boy & trailer to haul stone & protect shoreline & dikes, hauls debris & clears lake obstructions (e.g., logs, stumps); operates heavy equipment (e.g., excavator, bulldozer front end loader) to dig drainage ditches, repairs water leaks, installs underground pipe, work boat, barge, outboard motor, lift & move pipe & construct dredge material relocation areas; places pipeline & rip rap; observes safety practices such as head & hearing protection & equipment safety checks; maintains commercial driver's license to transport equipment & material using a truck/trailer combination (e.g., dump truck, & trailer combination, semi-trailer truck), with a gross vehicle weight over 26,001 pounds to include oversized & heavy loads; travels to other state parks to assist with statewide dredging as needed; operate 2-way radio; operates watercraft to get to & from dredge (e.g., boats, barge)
Performs general equipment maintenance (e.g., tune-ups, fluid changes, pump repairs, cable replacement, welds broken sections, fuels dredge, replaces hydraulic lines, lubrications): sandblasts equipment, paints equipment, repairs docks, maintains inventory of supplies & equipment; operates tractor &/or hand & power tools to maintain dredge location areas (e.g., mowing, brush hogging, hauling material, dragging, cultivating, ripping soils, clear waterways, drain pipe; drives state vehicle from area to area of the park to perform job duties to include overnight travel to assist with emergencies; attend meetings & training as needed; prepares reports of completed work (e.g., dredge activity reports, activity reports.
UNUSUAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
Work involves exposure to noise, fumes, dirt, heat & inclement weather; required to work on water surface.
6 mos. trg. or 6 mos. exp. in heavy equipment operation & maintenance; valid commercial driver's license. The final applicant accepted for this position will be required to submit to urinalysis prior to appointment to test for illegal drug use. An applicant with a positive test result will not be offered employment, per Section 3719.01 & 3719.41 of Ohio Revised Code.
- Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.
JOB NUMBER: PNO-461-110218-WMW
No Civil Service test score is required in order to be considered for this vacancy.
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Eligible for consideration
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Referred to hiring manager for review
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Willie Mae Womack
Port of New Orleans/Human Resources
P. O. Box 60046
New Orleans, LA 70160
One year of marine engine room experience on vessels powered by internal combustion inboard engines or one year of experience as an operator, mate, or deckhand in dredging operations
Function of Work:
To service and maintain dredge engines.
Level of Work:
General from Dredge Master and/or Dredge Captain.
Line over Marine Oiler and Marine Deckhand.
Location of Work:
Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans.
Differs from Dredge Master by lack of full supervisory responsibility over engine maintenance operations and subordinate Dredge Engineers.
Differs from Dredge Mate by primary responsibility for engine maintenance and operation.
Differs from Marine Oiler and Marine Deckhand by independent performance of engine operation and maintenance and overseeing work of Oiler and Deckhand.
Examples of Work
EXAMPLES BELOW ARE A BRIEF SAMPLE OF COMMON DUTIES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS JOB TITLE. NOT ALL POSSIBLE TASKS ARE INCLUDED.
Operates main propulsion engines, stopping, starting and controlling speeds.
Inspects and adjusts engines; cleans engine room.
Operates generating plant, air compressor, water and fuel pumps; charges batteries.
Maintains engine room equipment.
Receives and stores advises supervisor of supply levels.
Checks all engines for water and oil.
Orders parts for the dredge.
Oversees work of oiler and deckhand.
Changes oil in engine.
Checks fire pumps for proper operation.
Heavy Equipment Operator
This position is being reposted. Those applicants who previously applied for this position remain under consideration and need not reapply.
Specializes in the installation, removal and repair of District infrastructure, including weirs, culverts, water control structures, boat ramps, locks and bridges on District waterways, canals, and levees. Operates multi excavation earthmoving equipment such as: dragline, excavator, backhoe, grader, dozer, front-end loader, dump truck, and knuckle boom.
Inspects equipment for safety issues on a daily basis as well as the condition of the work site prior to setting up equipment. Ensures adherence to safe work practices and procedures.
Reads and understands: signs, signals, load charts, grade stakes, excavation plans, load charts for dredging operations, operating manuals and service procedures.
Loads, hauls, and dumps materials operating a 15-25 yard dump truck, trailer, and transport equipment and machinery on semi-trailer to and from job site and its loading or off-loading. Measures and verifies levels of rock or gravel, bases, and other excavated material.
Monitors gauges, dials, or other indicators to make sure equipment is working properly. Operates, inspects, cleans, and performs routine mechanical maintenance on assigned equipment.
Moves materials over short distances, such as around a construction site, canal banks, or warehouse.
Observes hand signals, grade stakes, and other markings when operating machines so that work can be performed to specifications.
Becomes familiar with digging plans, machine capabilities and limitations, and with efficient and safe digging procedures in a given application.
Uses relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether events or processes comply with regulations or standards.
May require some dragline operation.
This position may be required to perform general welding, fabricating and modifying of materials and equipment.
This position will require participation in the Pumping Operations Program. Program participates will be required to successfully master and demonstrate competency in pump station operations and maintenance (diesel engine operations).
All other duties as assigned.
This position is subject to random mandatory drug and alcohol testing.
Work Hours are Monday
Thursday from 6:30 a.m.
High School Diploma or GED and 2+ years' experience operating and transporting multiple pieces of heavy equipment including: excavation and earthmoving equipment, aquatic harvesters, large farm tractors, dump truck with knuckle boom, and lower unit dragline.
Valid State of Florida Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL) with airbrake and tanker endorsements is required, or the ability to obtain within 3 months from the date of hire an/or placement in job.
Ability to obtain and maintain certification Rigging (one-time certification), Forklift Operations (re-evaluation every year), First Aid and CPR/ AED (recertification every two years).
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Due to the District's response role and in the total scope of emergency management, this position may at times, be required to provide support before, during and after major storm events and emergency situations, such as hurricanes or other declared emergencies, depending on assigned emergency response role.
Primarily field work with regular exposure to unpredictable weather conditions. Work environment may be hot and humid in remote and heavy vegetative areas with no facilities.
Overtime will be required based on weather and/or environmental conditions.
Regularly sets up, adjusts, controls, tests and operates equipment to complete assignments.
Moves or otherwise transports equipment weighing up to 50 pounds or more.
This position normally involves daily travel from the employee's assigned station to work sites located within the District's jurisdiction. Some assignments require travel to remote locations and may require travel throughout the state of Florida. Frequently, overnight travel is required for extended periods of time.
Two positions are available.
This position is located at the West Palm Beach Field Station and will operate crane to lift, move and position large structure gates, pump station machinery and heavy loads. Operates multi excavation/earthmoving equipment to maintain ditches, canals and levees. Inspects crane for safety issues on a daily basis as well as the condition of the work site prior to setting up crane.
Reads and understands signs, signals, load charts, grade stakes, excavation plans, maps/charts for dredging areas, operating manuals and service procedures. Determines load weights and checks them against lifting capacities in order to prevent overload.
Observes proper load hook-up. Must be aware of how much material can be lifted safely based upon weather conditions and the capacity of the crane. Works within precise limits and standards of accuracy.
Monitors gauges, dials, or other indicators to make sure a machine is working properly. Manipulates crane controls to regulate speed and direction of crane and hoist movement according to written, verbal, or signal instructions.
Places blocks and outriggers to prevent capsizing when lifting heavy loads. Bolts boom sections together to extend or modify boom for pile driving or high lifting.
Uses relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether events or processes comply with regulations or standards. This position is subject to random mandatory drug and alcohol testing. All other duties as assigned.
This position is subject to random mandatory drug/alcohol testing.
Work hours are Monday
Thursday from 6:30 am
High School Diploma or GED and 4+ years' experience operating crane and multi excavation/ earthmoving equipment.
Licenses and Certifications
Valid State of Florida Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL), with airbrake and tanker endorsement is required, or the ability to obtain one within 3 months from date of hire and/or placement in job.
Applicable certification by a nationally recognized certifying entity such as NCCA (National Commission for Certifying Agencies), ANSI (American National Standards Institute), or the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) is required, or the ability to obtain one within 6 months from date of hire and/or placement in job. Recertification is required every five (5) years. (Employer will assist with fees).
Ability to obtain and maintain certification in Rigging (one-time certification), Forklift Operations (recertification every year), First Aid and CPR/ AED (recertification every two years).
Physical Requirements/ Working Environment
Due to the District's response role and in the total scope of emergency management, this position may at times, be required to provide support before, during and after major storm events and emergency situations, such as hurricanes or other declared emergencies, depending on assigned emergency response role. Regularly sets up, adjusts, controls, tests and operates equipment to complete assignments.
Work environment may be hot and humid with no facilities. Moves or otherwise transports equipment weighing up to 50 pounds or more.
Primarily field work with regular exposure to unpredictable weather conditions. Overtime will be required based on weather and/or environmental conditions.
Regularly sets up, adjusts, controls, tests and operates equipment to complete assignments. This position normally involves daily travel from the employee's assigned station to work sites located within the District's jurisdiction. Some assignments require travel to remote locations and may require travel throughout the state of Florida. At times, overnight travel may be required.
Equipment Operator I/Equipment Operator II
Description / Position Overview
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Depending on the qualifications of the candidate selected, this position will be filled at either the Equipment Operator I or Equipment Operator II level. The hiring salary range for the Equipment Operator I is $2,653 to $3,185 and it is $3,152 to $3,784 for the Equipment Operator II.
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This information may change annually
Equipment Operator I/Equipment Operator II
In this position, you will perform construction and maintenance and repair tasks for the Airfield Maintenance Division of the Colorado Springs Airport (Airport).
Essential Job Functions - the basic job duties an employee must be able to perform:
Perform manual labor such as mowing, erosion control, snow removal, and fence repair
Perform airfield and land side painting
Maintain, repair, and replace concrete/asphalt surfaces and drainage systems
Operate mowing, light construction, and airfield snow removal equipment
Ensure all work is performed according to applicable safety regulations
Perform general grounds maintenance
We are looking for candidates who demonstrate:
Knowledge of practices, methods, and materials used in grounds maintenance
Knowledge of occupational hazards and standard safety practices
Ability to safely operate assigned vehicle, machinery, and equipment
Ability to learn pertinent FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) airfield regulations
Ability to adhere to Airport and FAA safety standards
Successful candidate will have:
- A high school diploma or GED
In addition to the above education, the successful candidate will also have:
Equipment Operator I:
One year of full-time grounds maintenance and/or general construction experience, including experience working with asphalt and/or concrete
Possess a valid, non-probationary Colorado driver's license not subject to restriction related to alcohol and/or drug violations or pending charges
Possess, or obtain within six months of hire, a valid, non-probationary Colorado Class B CDL (commercial drive's license) not subject to restriction related to alcohol and/or drug violations or pending charges
Pass a post-offer physical which, in part, results in the issuance of a medical certificate for CDL purposes
Equipment Operator II
Three years of full-time time grounds maintenance and/or general construction experience, including experience working with asphalt and/or concrete
Possess and maintain a valid non-probationary Colorado Class B CDL not subject to restriction related to alcohol and/or drug violations or pending charges
Pass a post-offer physical
Ideal candidates will also have:
Experience with airfield and/or street snow removal
Experience with all types of concrete repair and replacement
Experience with all types of asphalt repair and replacement
Experience with control tower radio communications
This position requires on-call availability for snow removal operations.
The selected candidate must pass a fingerprint-based criminal history records check as required by the Transportation Security Administration.
Physical Demands: This position requires the ability to sit, stand, and walk for extended periods; lift up to 50 pounds occasionally, up to 25 pounds frequently, and up to 10 pounds constantly; distinguish colors; pull, reach, bend, climb, and kneel; and the use of fingers, both hands, and both legs.
Primary Work Environment
- Outdoors (heavy traffic conditions)
Wetness and Humidity
- Daily (dust, fumes, odors, and gases)
Noise and Vibrations
- Daily (heavy machinery and toxic chemicals)
Mechanical and/or Electrical Hazards
Exposure to Communicable Diseases
This job announcement is not intended to include a complete listing of all responsibilities, knowledge, skills, and abilities associated with the position.
Please visit www.coloradosprings.gov and click on 'Apply for a City Job' > 'City of Colorado Springs Job Openings – Apply Now' button to complete an online application. All job applicants will need to create a new login and online application (unless you already have a NEOGOV/governmentjobs.com user ID and password).
Completing your application in full, including the entire work experience section, will assist Human Resources (HR) in the applicant screening process. Your application may not be considered if all of the information requested for each employer you list is not provided.
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If hired, you will be required to provide proof of your eligibility to work in the United States.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Equipment Operator 4 - 20050020
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) mission is to ensure a balance between wise use and protection of our natural resources for the benefit of all. Click the following links to learn more about the Division of Parks and Watercraft.
THIS POSTING IS FOR ODNR EMPLOYEES ONLY
Please note that this position will be required to possess a Class A CDL License and the final candidate selected for the position will be required to submit to urinalysis prior to appointment to test for illegal drug use.
RESPONSIBILITIES FOR THE EQUIPMENT OPERATOR 4 POSITION INCLUDE: Operates combinationof heaviest types of motorized construction equipment (e.g., 12-ton bulldozers,40-ton hydraulic cranes, 9-ton graders, 33-ton tandem dump truck, 10-tonloader, 8-ton backhoe, 3-ton trencher, 5-ton rollers, sandblasters, beachcleaners, 20-ton excavators, hydroseeding equipment) for major parkconstruction projects (e.g., installation of utility lines, construction ofparking lots, installation of septic & leach fields, beach renovation,excavation, loading/moving materials):provides disaster assistance (e.g., fires, flooding, wind damage); operates40-ton semi-tractor rig; operates tractor trailer with gross vehicle weight[GVW] over 26,001lbs to transportequipment throughout Ohio (e.g., portable suction dredges & accessories, heavy constructionequipment); adheres to safety practices & traffic laws in transportation ofequipment; operates dozer in the construction & maintenance of trails (e.g.all-terrain vehicles [ATV] trails, horse trails) & in the maintenance ofrecreational areas (e.g. campgrounds, trails, parking facilities); operates any& all equipment operated by lower-level equipment operators as needed; actsas lead worker.
Operatesvariety of lighter, less complicated equipment (e.g., 1 ½ & 2-yard bobcat,wheeled & tracked front-end loader, dump truck, tilt trailer, straw blower,riding roller) to assist in construction & maintenance operations: assist with snow removal as needed.
Performs routine maintenance on heavy equipment& semi-tractor trailer (e.g., checks/changes oil, lubricates, check fluids& belts, changes filters, checks & changes tires & lights, refuels,minor adjustments, tune-ups, welds parts as needed): performs routine repairs to heavy equipment (e.g., hydraulic lines replacement; replace teeth onbucket, replace tines on rakes, graders, beach cleaner, adjust tracks); attendsmeetings, seminars, training, & conferences (e.g., safety related,in-service training, staff meetings); maintains accurate & concise maintenancerecords & project logs; completes & submits reports; uses personalcomputer (e.g., repair manuals, Etars time keeping, policies, reports, internetsearches).
UNUSUAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
Works outside n all weather conditions; exposed to duct, mud, dirt, fumes, noise & dangerous machinery.
Formal education in arithmetic to include fractions, decimals & percentages & to read, write & speak common English vocabulary; 6 mos. trg. or 6 mos. exp. in operation of heavy construction equipment (e.g., 10 ton crawler, large cranes, 10 ton backhoe, 18 ton dozer, over 44,000 pound gradall, truck mounted excavator) & related safety practices; valid commercial driver's license; in addition, for positions in Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry Wildfire Program only, must successfully complete Basic Firefighter Introduction to Fire Behavior Course (S-130/S-190). -Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.
Trident Health is a 407-bed Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) hospital system comprised of two acute care hospitals — Trident Medical Center and Summerville Medical Center — and two freestanding emergency departments — Moncks Corner Medical Center and Centre Pointe Emergency. Everyday Trident Health's more than 2,600 employees, more than 500 physicians and more than 130 volunteers are dedicated to fulfilling the health system's mission
We are searching for a new PRN Switchboard Operator responsible operating a consoletelephone switchboard in order to relay incoming, outgoing and inter-facilitycalls, providing information to callers asappropriate. Additionalduties will include performing various hospital communication duties such asoverhead paging, beeper paging, monitoring alarms, gas levels and fire alarms, andalerting personnel of impending disasters, fires and codes notifying appropriate personnel as required.
This is an entry-level position workingunder limited supervision. Work situations are basically routine andrequire strong communication skills, and a service oriented individual.
Education: Basic reading comprehension required. PBX training is preferred.
Ex Experience: Experience in customer service position, PBX experience preferred.
Specialqualifications: Previous experiencein a hospital settings, Ability to perform calmly, competently and quickly inemergency situations, Ability to fluently speak and understand English.
EchoStar Corporation (NASDAQ: SATS) headquartered in Englewood, CO, with additional locations world-wide, is a premier global provider of satellite solutions and technology services. Together with its major subsidiaries—EchoStar Satellite Services and Hughes Network Systems— EchoStar offers employees the opportunity to explore the boundaries of what's possible in the fields of engineering and the business functions transforming this engineering into revenue.
Hughes has an exciting opportunity for a Network Operations Center Operator (NOC) at our headquarters located in Germantown, MD.
Monitor and manage the NextGen HughesNet service
Work in one of the most complex communications networks and as a member of the team will be responsible for 99.99% system uptime with zero defects.
Respond to audible and visual alarms by taking ownership, creating trouble-tickets, trouble-shooting the causes, and escalating accordingly.
Provide telephone support and respond to support requests from the consumer call centers, Enterprise customers, Enterprise help desks, and several internal HNS support teams.
Proactively identify issues, creating tickets to ensure that all details are captured accurately, follow escalation procedures as documented, use the notification system in order to effectively communicate issues to customer service and upper management, and trouble-shoot the events in a short time frame.
Create procedures if they do not exist, update procedures, creating training presentations to peers, and administer the training session so that others can learn.
The work schedule WILL include weekends, holidays and shift rotations (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and split shifts). The employee must be flexible enough to change shift schedules quickly and without reservation.
- 4 or more years of customer service experience in a network operation environment with solid skills in networking and network security
- 4 or more years of experience with TCP/IP, as well as, Windows OS and MS Office suite
Must be able to do the following with or without reasonable accommodation
- The work schedule WILL include weekends, holidays and shift rotations (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and split shifts) to support the needs of a 24/7 operation.
AA degree or technical certifications
Experience with Linux/Unix
Knowledge of satellite technology and terrestrial technology (i.e. DSL, WIFI, Cable)
Must have strong attention to details skills to perform daily tasks in this role to include: process requests from the task in-box on a daily basis, implement various defined changes as requested from various support teams and enforce the change control procedures.
Flexible to work varying shifts (1st, 2nd, 3rd, or a mixed) in a high stress environment.
Quick learner, must have initiative, and be able to work in a team environment.
Must be able to change priorities quickly and multi-tasking is expected.
EchoStar and its Affiliated Companies are committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, pregnancy, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, protected veteran status, disability, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law. U.S. Citizenship is required for certain positions. EEO is the law.
ESG Operations, Inc.
Are you a licensed wastewater operator looking the next step in your career? We want to talk to you!
ESG Operations provides full-service operation, maintenance, management, and consulting services to the government and private sector across the Southeast. We also provide a partnership based on shared values and goals and a deep understanding of the challenges that face communities. At ESG Operations, we know that our employees are our greatest asset and the foundation for our success. Learn more about us at http://esginc.net.
We are currently seeking a Wastewater Operator in Moultrie, GA. If you are an experienced, highly motivated professional ready for career-developing opportunities and challenges please contact us.
- Operate wastewater plants, monitoring all equipment and chemicals to ensure effluent water meets applicable standards
- Collect and record data for record maintenance and reporting to designated state agencies
- Monitor treatment process for compliance, inspect equipment, monitor conditions, meters, and gauges to determine load requirements and functionality
- Must be willing to work different shifts
- Ideal candidate will be familiar with process control and pertinent lab procedures
- Valid Georgia Wastewater Operator License preferred
- High school diploma or GED
- Valid GA driver’s license
- Maintenance experience preferred
- Strong detail-oriented work style
ESG Operations, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and a certified Drug Free Workplace.
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