Equipment Operator

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Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

Operate powered equipment to facilitate the scope of work as required on the project
Powered equipment to be classified as earth moving, excavation, material handling, and aerial including, but not limited to excavators, bulldozers, loaders, skidsteers, back hoes, graders, water trucks, dump trucks, street sweepers, fork lifts, shooting boom forklifts, scissor lifts, and boom lifts.
Perform routine inspection and preventive maintenance on assigned equipment. Initiate and facilitate repairs as needed.
Clean and maintain the physical appearance of the equipment
Maintain the fuel storage area and order fuel as needed
Manage and track utilization of rented equipment onsite. Document the condition of the equipment upon arrival and pickup. Report any damage to the superintendent.
Manage subcontractor utilization of Turner equipment. Report any damage to the superintendent.
Manage controlled access areas for operating equipment and loading and unloading
Assists in the installing and maintenance of traffic control devices.
Assist with the overall site safety and quality programs as required and ensuring Trade employees/subcontractors compliance with Turner standards and all applicable safety codes, regulations, and jobsite security
Maintain positive working relationships with customers, contractors, suppliers and other employees.
Ability to travel and accommodate night and weekend work as needed
Display a high level of teamwork, integrity, commitment, and leadership in daily operations.
Other activities, duties, and responsibilities as assigned.

Turner is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer minorities / females / veterans / individuals with disabilities/ sexual orientation / gender identity.
VEVRAA Federal Contractor


Qualifications:

Minimum of three (3) years of equipment operating experience and any certifications required.
Valid driver's license
Must be able to comprehend safety instructions and signage, communicate effectively in emergency situations and understand written safety instructions from tool and equipment manufacturers