Heavy Equipment Operator 2015-1918

The Heavy Equipment Operator prepares organic mixes using a heavy equipment loader, pushes piles to ensure segregation of materials. Supplies production with a continuous supply of material. Monitors the stock piles for excessive heat, turns stockpiles, extinguishes small fires and ensures the proper amount of water is used to prepare the stockpile for production use. Maintains equipment.

Must be able to successfully pass a 5 panel drug test and a national background check.

Previous Heavy Equipment/Loader experience required.
Steeled toed boots.
Ability to work in a dusty, dirty environment.
Ability to work in all weather elements, including heat and cold.
Ability to lift 50 pounds.
Physical ability to climb in and out of equipment.
Ability to sit for long periods of time.
Ability to safely operate heavy equipment.

Successfully passing a background check and drug screen are requirements for this position.

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