Perform operation of construction equipment used on Bi-Con Services construction division projects.
Promote the company’s safety culture.
Participate in daily huddles and safety meetings.
Operate all equipment in a safe and efficient manner.
Be familiar with operating manuals of all equipment on the job site, rented or Bi-Con owned.
Apply proper winter condition operations including fuel additive usage, block heater usage, warmup periods and equipment storage.
Understand the work for the next day and ensure that the equipment is fueled, maintained, cleaned and staged for the next day.
Efficiently store and stage material for handling.
Efficiently handle and store dirt and aggregate in a manner that minimizes job congestion and additional moves.
Maintain job site roadways, walkways and parking areas and install erosion and sedimentation controls.
Assist lead operator with the troubleshooting of equipment issues.
Assist superintendent with rental equipment decisions.
Inspect rental equipment upon arrival and document its condition.
Ensure rental equipment is cleaned and fueled when releasing to minimize post rental charges.
Report any damage of equipment immediately and participate in the investigation of the cause and future prevention.
Ensure that daily inspections of the equipment are being performed and documented.
Organize office and tool trailer layout to maximize jobsite efficiency.
Other duties as assigned, to include general labor duties.
A minimum of 2 years’ operating experience with large track hoes, mini excavators, skid steers and all terrain forklifts.
Possess aerial lift, aerial work platform and rigging certifications.
Has leadership skills that facilitate the growth of other operators.
Knowledgeable with and applies OSHA standards on excavation layback techniques.
Effective communication and interaction skills with other trades and personnel on the projects.
Must be able to stand and walk for long periods of time.
Must be able to lift 50 pounds.
This is a field position and requires 100% travel.
This position is subjected to the elements (heat, cold, rain, snow, etc.).