Transmission Heavy Equipment Operator - ULCS Region 101
Utility Lines Construction Services, LLC is currently seeking a Heavy Equipment Operator to join their Transmission Construction Department. Our company performs work from North Carolina to Delaware. Our home office is located in Baltimore, Maryland but our clients are located in the Mid-Atlantic region.
ULCS offers excellent opportunities for career-oriented individuals that want to be part of a team. We offer state of the art training and equipment and provide a safe work environment for all our employees to perform quality work with our many clients. ULCS offers extremely competitive wages and an excellent compensation package that may include:
Medical, prescription, dental and vision benefits
Company paid life insurance
Paid time off
Heavy Equipment Operator will be expected to operate equipment including but not limited to cranes, boom trucks, knuckle booms, and bull dozers and all other equipment required for crane operations, wire tensioning and pulling. Willingness to travel is a must.
Operates small motorized equipment including but not limited to chain saws, jackhammers, hydraulic tools, and hand tools.
Works around hazardous equipment.
Works near energized parts or equipment.
Exposed to traffic and may be required to have training on traffic flagging.
Works around excessive noise from machines (backhoe, trencher, mini excavator, digger derricks, knuckle boom, jackhammers, and other equipment)
Establishing OSHA and company/customer safety requirements.
Must be willing to travel and work away from home.
Operators must be experienced in backhoe, trencher, excavator, skid steer, bull dozer, and other various types of equipment.
Must be able to operate the various tools for the work (various manual digging devices, wrenches, hammers, come a long and hand line etc.)
Must have endurance to perform duties throughout a standard eight (8) or ten (10) hour day.
Must be able to maintain attention during dangerous tasks.
Commercial Driver s License is preferred.
NCCCO Certification is preferred.
Must be able to pass a background check, motor vehicle records check and a preemployment drug screen.