Lighting Equipment Operator Job Description Sample
Club Lighting Operator - Audio/Video/Sound Technician/Dj
Lookout Tavern is searching for a talented individual to be the house AV technician / club lighting operator. We are looking for a person who has a passion for sound and lighting technology, possibly someone who is interested in becoming a DJ or has some DJ experience. No professional experience is necessary, but technical knowledge, and the desire to learn and be creative is a must. This would be a great gig for a student or someone with spare time on the weekends.
Lookout Tavern operates as a nightclub Friday and Saturday night, and has other special nights like a country Thursday, and Karaoke Tuesday. We have a state of the art, sound, lighting and TV distribution system. On our club nights, you would be responsible for helping the DJ get connected with the house AV equipment, setting and balancing sound levels, setting and operating club lighting programs and TV visuals. Especially on busy nights, your job is to work along side the DJ and ensure volume levels are appropriate, and lighting complements and enhances the music and the overall experience. This includes operating geyser foggers and other effects in time with the music. Being familiar with current music is important.
We are really looking for someone to take ownership of the technology, be creative, have pride in what you do. Being creative and coming up with new ideas, program new lighting scenes, design new visual effects for the TV displays. Make this your baby and get some experience under your belt.
Being available from 9pm-2am on Friday and Saturday nights is essential. Thursday, or other nights that events are going on might require your help also.
-Excellent knowledge of DJ, Sound and technology in general
-Knowledge of DMX or other lighting controls is highly recommended, at least basic concepts.
-Knowledge of sound mixing, cabling, equalizing, and other audio equipment
This is seen as an intern or contractor type position. There are no set hours, you are not clocking in and out.
Pay or other compensation can be discussed and could be a combination of things. Including cash, free food, or a bar tab.
Heavy Equipment Operator (Includes Sanitation Tractor Trailer Operator And Landfill Equipment Operator)
Purpose of Classification:
The purpose of this classification is to operate track or rubber-tired construction equipment with specialized functions related to maintenance, construction, and operational activities where the operation of complex mechanisms requires the highest degree of skill, dexterity, and finesse, and where work is performed to exacting tolerances.
The following duties are normal for this position. The omission of specific statements of the duties does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification. Other duties may be required and assigned.
Maneuvers heavy equipment and operates complex mechanisms involving digging, moving earth and materials, grading, loading, and performing similar tasks in order to advance projects relating to construction and maintenance of County roads, grounds, property, utilities, right-of-ways, and other infrastructure; equipment is primarily driven and operated on-site, but does require some driving over public roads; maneuvers in and around traffic, crew workers, equipment, utilities, and other obstacles; obeys all traffic laws and safety guidelines; and monitors immediate environment and work area to ensure the safety of operator, other workers, the equipment, and the public.
Operates excavator, track hoe, and backhoe to perform skilled digging and trenching for maintenance, upkeep, and construction projects for public utilities and other infrastructure, where exacting tolerances and specification are required; and controls placement of equipment and determines optimum approach to each digging scenario in order to minimize destruction of property and avoid electric, water, sewer, and other public utility lines.
Operates a track or rubber-tired loader with large volume and weight capacities to load materials into trucks or move them over short distances; positions equipment and controls height, angle, and position of scoop for optimum delivery of payload; and controls amount and weight of materials being lifted to avoid exceeding equipment capacity. Operates and maintains diesel powered E-Z-Pack hydraulic unloading mechanisms.
Operates motor-grader, scraper, and excavator with blade attachment to set gradients for large construction and maintenance projects such as roads, landscaping, embankments, and other projects requiring exacting specifications related to slope, angle, and pitch; determines appropriate settings and adjusts blades for height, angle, and pitch to achieve desired outcome; and maneuvers equipment and operates mechanisms to skillfully set gradient, smooth surfaces, and spread materials.
Operates grappler, bulldozer, scraper, compactor, and off road trucks to move earth, gravel, sand, and other materials for large construction and maintenance projects and landfill operations; and operates mechanisms to establish rough grades or to smooth and compact surfaces in preparation for pavement, construction, or other work.
Drives large tractor-trailer rigs and low-boys to transport solid waste between transfer stations and the landfill or to move construction equipment to and from job sites; positions vehicle to allow for the most efficient and effective loading or unloading of equipment and materials; and secures all doors, gates, and fasteners to prevent spillage or loss of load.
Inspects and prepares equipment for safe and proper operation prior to beginning work for the day; performs light maintenance on equipment, which includes changing oil, refueling, and refilling lubricants; cleans vehicles, beds, and mounted equipment upon completion of assignments; and secures vehicle after use.
Transports, loads and unloads various materials and equipment used in projects.
Utilizes safety equipment and wears protective gear; monitors work environment to ensure safety of employees and other individuals; monitors traffic conditions surrounding trucks/equipment to identify obstructions, pedestrians, or unsafe traffic conditions; flags and directs traffic and places markers, signs and cones around project/work site to ensure safety of crew and the traveling public; and reports any incidents, accidents, problems, or unusual situations.
Receives, prepares or completes various forms and documentation, including work orders, time cards, maintenance reports, spray records, diagrams, maps, manuals, reference materials, and other documents; and reviews, completes, processes, forwards or retains as appropriate.
Communicates with supervisor, employees, other departments, the public, and other individuals as needed to coordinate work activities, review status of work, exchange information, or resolve problems; and communicates via telephone and/or two-way radio.
High school diploma or GED preferred; three years of experience in the operation of heavy construction equipment, two years of which must have been in the operation of off-road equipment or a related field; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.
Specific License or Certification Required: Must possess and maintain a valid Georgia driver's license. May require a Class A or Class B Commercial Driver's License depending on assignment.
Preferred Qualifications by Department:
The following experience is preferred for Sanitation vacancies:
Two years experience in the operation of tractor-trailer trucks required or one year as a Sanitation Tractor Trailer Operator Trainee.
Must possess a valid Georgia Commercial Class A Driver's License.
The following experience is preferred for Roads & Drainage vacancies:
- Must have experience operating a Low Boy.
The following experience is preferred for Watershed Management vacancies:
Must be able to operate a mini excavator, large excavator, track loader, front end loader and a backhoe efficiently.
Must possess a valid Georgia Commercial Class A Driver's License.
Heavy Equipment Operator (Water Equipment Maintenance)
Operates and services the heavier types of construction equipment such as motor graders, scrapers, asphalt paving machine and large front end loader.
Operate motor graders, scrapers, front-end loaders, dump trucks and other construction equipment of comparable size and complexity;
Maintain and service equipment and trucks;
Operate mechanical attachments and equipment on vehicles;
Operate pickups and other light equipment when assigned;
Perform related duties as directed.
Completion of a high school diploma or the equivalent with an additional three to five years experience in the operation of motorized construction equipment; or any combination of relevant education and experience which provides the following:
Texas Commercial Class A Drivers License
Physical Exam Required
Knowledge and Abilities
- Operation and maintenance of heavy motorized equipment typically used in construction or maintenance activities.
Operate heavy equipment skillfully and safely;
Perform maintenance and service work on trucks and heavy equipment;
Make field repairs;
Understand and follow oral and written instructions.
Frequently lift and carry up to 50 pounds;
Occasionally lift and carry up to 75 pounds;
Walk and stand during a shift;
Climb ladders, scaffolding, stairs, poles and inclined surfaces;
Continuously push and pull objects;
Frequently flex upper trunk forward at the waist and partially at the knees;
Frequently rotate upper trunk to the right or left while sitting or standing;
Reach above, at or below shoulder height;
Coordinate eye, hand and foot movement in order to operate motorized vehicles and machinery.
Equipment Operator Light
Responsible for pick-up and delivery of many types of equipment to job sites. Some equipment may be large in size. May drive the following: Rack truck, ramp truck, or trailer.
Responsible for the safe and accurate loading and unloading of heavy equipment to and from project locations in an effective and efficient manner.
May orient the project on the equipment operation.
Make deliveries and pick-ups in a timely manner.
Drives truck to destination, applying knowledge of commercial driving regulations and area roads.
Positions blocks and tie rope around items to secure cargo during transit.
Inspects truck equipment and supplies, such as tires, lights, brakes, gas, oil, and water.
May prepare receipts for load picked up.
Safely move and position inventory, supplies, and equipment and determine when load is properly balanced, tied down, and flagged in accordance with company policy, state, and federal regulations
Ensure proper maintenance of the vehicle and report improper operation, faulty equipment, and unusual conditions to Maintenance Manager and supervisor.
Maintain safety checklist, trip reports, and other required paperwork according to company policy, state, and federal regulations.
May maintain telephone or radio contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
Maintain excellent customer service skill by interacting in a cooperative, positive, and professional manner.
Follow Standard Operating Procedures.
Responsible for observing and complying with all safety and project rules. Performs other duties as required.
Possess the proper state required drivers license and successfully pass DMV audits.
Able to read instructions, numbers, and write legibly.
Compare and see differences in the size, shape and form of lines, figures and objects.
Experience in movement of construction equipment.
Make decisions based on measurable criteria.
May require a high school diploma or its equivalent with previous years of experience in the field or in a related area.
Has knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field.
Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.
Works under immediate supervision.
Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment.
Typically reports to a supervisor or manager.
NP=Not Present, O=Occasionally (0-33%), F=Frequently (34-66%), C=Constantly (67-100%)
McDermott is a premier, fully-integrated provider of technology, engineering and construction solutions to the energy industry. For more than a century, customers have trusted McDermott to design and build end-to-end infrastructure and technology solutions—from the wellhead to the storage tank—to transport and transform oil and gas into the products the world needs today.
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 monthly salary range for the Equipment Operator I is $2,653 to $3,716 and it is $3,152 to $4,415 for the Equipment Operator II.
The hiring salary for the Equipment Operator I position is between $2,653 and $3,185 per month.
The hiring salary for the Equipment Operator II position is between $3,152 and $3,784 per month.
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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.
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Sr Production Equipment Operator - Night Shift (Hours 6:30P - 7:00A) - Altavista, VA Plant
At Abbott, we're committed to helping you live your best possible life through the power of health. For more than 125 years, we've brought new products and technologies to the world -- in nutrition, diagnostics, medical devices and branded generic pharmaceuticals -- that create more possibilities for more people at all stages of life.
Today, 94,000 of us are working to help people live not just longer, but better, in the more than 150 countries we serve. Please note that candidates need to be eligible to work in the U.S. without Abbott sponsorship.
The Sr. Production Equipment Operator will be required to operate, clean and help maintain the production related equipment (labelers, de-palletizers, palletizers, casepackers, coders, cap hoppers, filler, filler requirements, etc.). The operator must be able to start up and shutdown all equipment according to established procedures or specifications and perform minor to major clearing of jams and downtime issues on the line.
The operator must report any abnormal equipment function, or product problems to the Supervisor. The operator is responsible for the safe operations of all equipment, promptly report all incidents, injuries, or safety hazards. The operator is responsible for maintaining general housekeeping cleaning, sanitation and safe work area by utilizing all 5S cleaning and tools necessary to keep the area clean and clear of debris, safe, neat and organized.
The operator may be required to perform job tasks at different work times, on different work schedules, and also in other departments dependent upon business needs. The operator will be required to work overtime as needed, and to provide line coverage during vacations, roving holidays and sick time.
The following responsibilities are dependent upon which manufacturing line the Sr. Production Equipment Operator is working on:
The Senior Production Equipment Operator is responsible for the setup, operation, monitoring, and light maintenance and minor adjustments as needed of the labeling equipment, multiwrappers, casepackers, depalletizer and all associated equipment and conveyors. The operator must be able to maintain accurate and legible records such as Production Counts, Material Usage/Losses and properly document information on Batch Work orders as per the company procedures. The operator is responsible for adhering to the product isolation procedures, along with sampling and proper identification of product status.
The operator must be able to maintain an adequate supply of materials to the equipment in operation, and also monitor supply usage and correct releases. The operator must be able to troubleshoot and make the necessary adjustments as required to maintain quality performance. The operator must ensure that both products and materials are of proper identification, correct codes and expiration dates.
In addition, products and materials should also have acceptable visual and physical appearances. The operator is also responsible for periodic on line visual quality inspections and offline quality test. Responsibilities include completion and adherence to all procedures and work order documents including downtime reports, PIR's, and other associated documentation entries necessary to perform required tasks.
Responsible for notifying appropriate personnel of problems or potential problem situations and successfully navigate computer driven operator interface equipment. The operator is expected to proactively identify and implement production improvements in their areas of responsibilities. Other duties may be assigned.
This position is accountable for their personal responsibility and pride to Abbott. This position is accountable to ensure that he/she holds their team members accountable for their actions and ensure for themselves that all rules and regulations applicable to the manufacture of both pediatric and nutritional products are in compliance.
Any error or failure to comply could result in customer complaints, FDA violations, product recall or loss of business. This position is accountable for complying with applicable FDA, GMP, OSHA and Abbott regulations, policies, procedures or guidelines.
High School Diploma/GED
Knowledge of applicable regulatory standards and requirements for infant formula and nutritionals. This position requires the ability to communicate pertinent line information to both production and support group personnel. Attention to detail, manufacturing and some mechanical aptitude are required.
DIVISION:CHR Corporate Human Resources
LOCATION:United States > Altavista : Building 1
SIGNIFICANT WORK ACTIVITIES:Continuous standing for prolonged periods (more than 2 consecutive hours in an 8 hour day), Continuous walking for prolonged periods (more than 2 hours at a time in an 8 hour day), Lift, carry, push or pull weights of more than 20 pounds/9 kilos on a regular/daily basis
Abbott is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Women/Individuals with Disabilities/Protected Veterans.
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Surface Equipment Operator
Coeur Mining, Inc. is the largest U.S.-based primary silver producer and a growing gold producer. The Company has five precious metals mines in the Americas generating strong production, sales and cash flow. Coeur Alaska, Inc., a subsidiary of Coeur Mining Inc. is recruiting a Surface Equipment Operator for its underground Kensington Gold Mine, located 45 miles north of Juneau, Alaska.
Operate surface heavy equipment in a safe and environmentally proficient manner (haul trucks, dozers, loaders, forklift, light vehicles, etc.),
Maintain surface roads, perform special projects, and perform daily duties including manual labor projects.
Plans and completes work based on Coeur Alaska's guidelines for general work practices, safety, and environmental compliance.
Trouble-shooting, diagnosing, modifying, and repairing stationary equipment in an underground environment.
Responsible for pre-shift inspection of work areas and equipment, and responds accordingly.
High school diploma or equivalent
Effective verbal and written communications skills are required for this position.
The ability to work independently and accept responsibility for analyzing information.
Preferred experience would include, though, is not limited to:
Industrial process experience or experience working in an underground environment, and
Surface and underground MSHA certification.
This position may require work on nights, weekends, and rotating shifts; shift schedules require residency in on-site camp during work rotations.
Typical Duties - Duties include, but are not limited to the following:
Operates equipment including: back hoes, dozers, water truck, wheel loaders, dump trucks, forklifts, mowers, and various accessories related to this equipment.
Maintains the Recycling / Transfer Station Area, and surrounding grounds to provide for transfer of solid waste from public self-haulers to the waste-to-energy facility.
Keeps grounds surrounding the transfer station free of litter and aesthetically pleasing by continued mowing, planting, fertilizing, weeding, irrigation, dead vegetation removal and replacement, tree maintenance, and irrigation system maintenance.
Operates the disposal site so that it is available as follows:
Removes inappropriate wastes being disposed at the transfer station (such as tires, covered electronic devices, appliances, or potentially hazardous materials), and handles appropriately.
Prepares drop boxes for transportation and keeps collection areas available for public use.
Operates the Ash Mono fill and Metal Recovery operation
Provides daily grading for the disposal of ash from the waste-to-energy facility
Effectively processes metal and fines from the metal recovery operation.
Loads trucks for shipments of fines for alternative daily cover and daily and intermediate covers for the ash mono fill.
Spreads and grades the current ash monofill working face to reduce the amount of area open to the weather, and to allow for expedient placement of intermediate cover
Assists with cell closures and drainage projects.
Maintains a dozer, backhoe, loader, mower, and water truck and performs routine maintenance, fueling and minor repairs of light and heavy equipment and the screen plant.
Negotiates uneven ground, climbs up and around vehicles; moves and lifts heavy objects.
Maintains roadways, drainage ditches, culverts and tipping area.
May participate in basic incident command training and drills to maintain proficiency in supporting Emergency Coordination Center (ECC) activities, including carrying out field work in connection with ECC operations. May be assigned clerical/support, incident liaison, or other duties at any location within or near the county. Emergency Management duties may require working long hours outside normal business hours, weekend/holiday work, and may occur with little or no advance notice.
Responsible for working safely and following all applicable safety health rules. Worker is responsible for reporting any unsafe condition to supervisor, crew leader or lead worker. Workers are expected to stop work when conditions are unsafe and could lead to significant property damage, serious injury, or death.
Requirements for the Position:
Graduation from high school;
One (1) to Four (4) years experience in the operation of motorized road maintenance and construction equipment and the performance of semi skilled manual tasks;
Any satisfactory equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience relevant to the position.
Light Equipment Operator (Street & Bridge)
DUTIES: Drives and operates specialized equipment in the construction and maintenance of streets and alleys.
Operates equipment such as medium sized loader, asphalt distributors, rollers, trucks, sweepers, and backhoes. Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:00am to 3:30pm; overtime is required.
MINIMUM STANDARDS & ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: High School diploma or GED equivalent.
This is a safety sensitive position. The successful candidate will be subject to a pre-employment drug test as well as being subject to random drug/alcohol testing. Must be knowledgeable and proficient in the operation and maintenance of the above equipment.
Qualifications would be gained by completion of six months experience in driving trucks and operating light equipment or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Ability to perform strenuous physical labor for prolonged periods in extreme weather conditions; be able to withstand vibrations that are produced by equipment; lift 113 lbs. floor to knuckle, and be physically able to maneuver in and around work area. Must be able to obtain a Class B/CDL within six months of hire date as a condition of employment. A valid driver's license with a good driving record is required.
Job positions are subject to close prior to advertised closing date.
Light Equipment Operator - Media/Finishing (Asst Digital Op)
LSC Communications, North Chelmsford MA, has an immediate opening for a Light Equipment Operator (Assistant Digital Operator), primarily operating finishing and media card line equipment. This position is needed on all three work shifts (first, second, third).
This fast-paced position is required to operate offline and auxiliary binding/finishing/packagingequipment. Set up and adjusts machine and equipment for production runs.
Clean,lubricate and maintain machine to ensure its optimum operation. Maytroubleshoot issues and submit requests for maintenance as needed. Maycoordinate the assignment of crew members and may provide training for new teammembers.
The duties and responsibilities described above are the essential functions of the job. The qualifications below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Willingness to work overtime required.
Other requirements include but are not limited to:
Knowledge of standard set ups, adjustments andoperating characteristics of the equipment and skill to perform standardadjustments and operate the equipment.
Ability to set up, operate, and perform basic adjustments to theequipment according to the individual job requirements, operating characteristics,and capabilities of the equipment. Typically, the adjustments performed at thislevel are routine and the need for such adjustments are readily apparent.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide, and use rulers.
High School Diploma or GED
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