Pauley Construction is a regional contractor providing infrastructure solutions for the installation and maintenance of utility systems further offering regional contracting services throughout the West United States, specializing in full turnkey services for the design, installation and maintenance of utility infrastructure. Pauley has a highly skilled, diversified workforce that allows the flexibility to choose the most cost-effective and least disruptive placement methods. Our experienced and knowledgeable employees have helped us become a respected name in the utility construction industry.
Position consists of general heavy equipment operation for construction and trenching operations. This position consists of heavy equipment operation including but not limited to: Backhoe, front end loader, dump truck and pulling flat bed trailer. The operator will be digging and operating around existing underground utilities and should be able to take the necessary safety and job precautions when excavating. This position will help locate other underground utilities and take the necessary precautions digging around them.
- Able to review and know all locate identifiers as needed
- Operating backhoe/Mini excavators digging trenches, setting hand holes, and Manholes.
- Pulling fiber and copper cables into conduit.
- May include some manual laborer work as needed within the crew
- Maintaining truck and equipment cleanliness, inside & outside along with all preventative maintenance on all assigned equipment.
- Other operator related tasks as assigned by direct manager
- Must be 21 years old to drive company vehicles/operate equipment
- Valid driver's license
- Must obtain Class A Commercial Driver's License within 90 day's of hire date.
- Must be able to effectively communicate with crew.
- Be available to work overtime and emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Maintain a positive attitude with team.
- Maintain good public relations (interact with the public in a courteous manner).
- Must have reliable transportation.
- Basic ability to use small tools/hand tools.
- Must have strong physical endurance for hot weather conditions, repetitive bending, stooping, lifting, transferring equipment and materials up to 50 pounds.
- Must pass company drug testing.
Pauley Construction offers the following benefits to eligible employees and their dependents:
- Medical Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Life and AD&D Insurance
- Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
- 401k option
- Stock purchase option
- Flexible Spending Account option
- Legal Insurance
Pauley Construction, LLC; as well as the position of Heavy Equipment Operator, are safety sensitive
Apply by visiting Pauley Construction's web site at http://www.pauleyc.com/contact/
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