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Concrete driver delivers concrete to industrial, commercial and residential construction job sites. Must be able to safely operate a mixer truck and its auxiliary equipment such as levers, chutes and mixing drums. Complete pre-trip inspection of assigned truck. Drives truck under loading hopper to receive sand, gravel, cement, and water and starts mixer. Pick up delivery ticket from batchman and make sure you have proper directions to job site. Be professional and courteous to customers. CDL A or B required with a minimum 2 years of driving experience and 1 year minimum 1 year concrete experience preferred.
Flatbed truck drivers must have the physical capabilities required to drive a truck for a long period of time. They must be done properly to ensure safe transportation. Must tie their loads down to their trucks. This must be done properly to ensure safe transportation. Plan driving routes using maps or GPS tracking. Get goods to client on time. Monitor road conditions and watch for traffic congestion. Report to dispatcher any incidents encountered on the road.
Hazmat endorsement (Required)
CDL Class A & B (Required)
Concrete Pump Operator drives trucks, maintaining tools, assembling concrete pumps, and collaborating with workers. Uses Pumps to pour ready-mix concrete in construction sites. Duties include controlling the operation of the pump and the output of concrete by directing the boom. They are also responsible for getting the machine to and from the job site and making sure the pump is ready for the next job.
CDL Class A or B
Diesel Mechanic performs inspections on heavy equipment for proper performance. Diagnosing faults using computerized testing equipment. Adjusting equipment and replacing faulty parts. Repair damaged equipment parts. Perform major repair work when necessary. Reporting damaged or faulty equipment to management.
Excavator Operator- Peñitas
Excavator Operators are responsible for manipulating heavy equipment in a safe manner. Duties performing maintenance checks, implementing safety measures, handling inventories, repairing and maintaining equipment, digging out earth with its bucket to create trenches, holes, and foundations.
Gravel truck driver transports crushed rocks, sand, and gravel to and from specified locations. Verifying the types of materials being transported and ensuring that they do not exceed weight restrictions. Ensuring that the materials are loaded correctly onto the dump truck.
Load and unload all forklifts with authorization of the supervisor of the sector where these tasks are being performed. Manually or mechanically load or unload materials from pallets, skids, platforms, cars, lifting devices, or other transport vehicles. Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds and have physical ability to drive a forklift. 6 months to 1yr of experience with forklift certification preferred.
Dozer Operator- Peñitas
Operate a bulldozer safely and efficiently to cut ditches, slopes, grades, clear brush, shape, and dress slopes. Start engines, move throttles, switches, and levers, and depress pedals to operate machines. Signal truck driver to position truck to facilitate loading of dirt, rocks, and other materials. Applicant must take actions to avoid potential hazards and obstructions such as utility lines, equipment, workers, and falling objects. Perform maintenance procedures on equipment such as oiling, greasing, and other service to the machine while troubleshooting and making adjustments to equipment.
Welder uses hand-welding or flame-cutting equipment to weld and join metal components or to fill holes, indentations, or seams of fabricated metal products.
The crane operator determines load weight and checks against lifting capacities to prevent overload. Load or unload bundles from trucks or move containers to storage bins, using moving equipment. Complies with all OSHA policies, procedures and requirements.
Assist with preparation of concrete base including setting forms and positioning steel, measure and pour concrete, finish concrete, remove forms and backfill and clean site. Will perform a wide variety of technical and physical duties in the maintenance of concrete structures.
The Safety Manager plans, develops, implements and coordinates safety programs, requiring applications of OSHA/MSHA principles, to prevent or correct unsafe working conditions. Writes material for new training programs for plants and administration needs to stay in compliance with OSHA. Prepares and distributes training aids such as instructional material, handouts, evaluation forms, and visual aids; sets up audiovisual equipment; and makes presentations when necessary. Administers training programs qualifications tests and determines eligibility of prospective attendees.
Provide technical assistance, support and advice to computer system users. Answers questions or resolve computer problems for users in person, via telephone or from existing plants throughout the company. Provides support for a company’s local area network, integrated computer system networks and particular specialized segments of a computer network (such as QuickBooks). Also maintains network hardware and software, analyses the performance of hardware systems.
Dump Truck Driver is responsible for transporting crushed rock, sand and gravel to and from specified locations. Verifying types of material being transported and ensuring that they do not exceed weight restrictions. Ensuring that the materials are loaded correctly onto the dump truck.