ACF Environment is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
The Landsaver Equipment Operator contributes to the company’s success by operating equipment in a safe and efficient manner. Key activities of the equipment operator are operating large trucks, skid steers, trenchers, kettle’s, distributor trucks, tractors and other equipment within the Landsaver fleet. The equipment operator shall have a valid drivers license in good standing and strive to obtain a Virginia Class A CDL with all endorsements within a twelve-month period of being hired.
The equipment operator will report to an assigned division foreman and/or project manager.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Inspect equipment working parts and fluid levels before and after each start up.
- Perform daily safety and maintenance checks on all equipment.
- Immediately after the pre trip truck inspection (which includes checking all fluids), report maintenance issues with company vehicles to management for correction.
- Operate equipment on jobs as designed per estimate details.
- Load/ unload equipment from trailers, secure and transport in a safe and legal manner.
- Clean equipment before and after job start/completion.
- Work as a team with other field personnel to achieve profitable job competition.
- Drive safely at all times and obeying all state and federal laws.
- Communicate daily with scheduling manager for next day’s job schedule.
- Maintain safe activities while on job site and communicate to management safety hazards when encountered.
- Assist in loading of material and tools before job start.
- Maintain two forms of identification (one photo) at all times.
- Participate in weekly safety meetings at yard and on job site.
- Overnight stay as required by management.
- Responsible for own transportation to warehouse yard.
- Responsible for maintaining a clean criminal background check for job access.
- Maintain a positive point balance on your DMV driver’s license.
- Maintain clean housekeeping for work environment and equipment.
- Return equipment clean at all times.
- Operate equipment for all divisions within Landsaver.
- Be available to work weekends on a regular basis.
Skills and Abilities
1. Ability to maintain a valid Virginia’s driver’s license CDL “A” with hazmat and air brake endorsement.
2. Ability to pass all training required to operate heavy equipment.
3. Ability to obtain a Virginia Class A CDL with endorsements within 9-12 months of employment in order to advance.
4. Ability to trouble shoot equipment and diagnose problems or needs before a job begins.
5. The skills needed to forecast all fuel, materials and supplies needed to perform assigned job duties.
6. Ability to keep all equipment in good working order.
7. Routinely may have to move, push or pull equipment/merchandise weighing up to 75 pounds.