Position: Telebelt Operator
Reports to: Superintendent or Foreman
Summary of Position: The Telebelt Operator’s prime responsibility is to support ASI’s construction operations by performing the following Key Activities.
FLSA Status: Hourly/Non-Exempt
Key Activities and Position Responsibilities:
ASI employees must work cooperatively with other employees, and have a good positive attitude. They must also be punctual. Further, this means that you must be ready to work when your shift starts. So, you must arrive at work with enough time prior, to ready yourself for the shift. They should also work safely without presenting a direct threat to self or others.
- Driving and operating telebelt safely and efficiently. Tends one or more machines that conventional concrete, RCC, and various aggregates;
- Operating telebelts using controls such as levers, pedals and buttons;
- Observing equipment gauges, indicators and hand signals to monitor job activities and conditions;
- Must have the ability to clean and maintain the truck in a standard that ASI sees fit for the machine. The telebelt operator is required keep the machine in clean and operating condition at all times including washing the hopper, wipers, feeder and undercarriage, cat walk skirts, tremmie, rails, etc.
- Shoveling of materials as required;
- The telebelt operator shall perform minor maintenance to the telebelt belt, rollers, etc. They will also be responsible for checking the oil, antifreeze, etc. when starting shift;
- Following safe operating procedures according to specifications of jobs and equipment specifications of loads and equipment;
- Repairing, maintaining, cleaning and adjusting equipment, often using hand tools;
- Knowledge of RCC, asphalt, and overall aggregate characteristics;
- Must be able to follow prescribed rolling patterns;
- Understanding of how vibrating frequency, amplitude, and travel speed affect compactive effort and finished surface;
- Must be able to endure high production work environment;
- Other duties as assigned.
Essential Ability Requirements for ASI Personnel:
Working in the field at ASI Constructors Inc. is often physically demanding. The following list describes the minimum ability requirements for field personnel.
o If corrective lenses are required to achieve this level of vision, the employee must be able to wear PPE without interfering with the corrective lenses or the required PPE.
- Performing physical activities that require considerable use of your arms and legs and moving your whole body, such as climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, stooping, and handling of materials;
- Move heavy objects (94 pounds or more) short distances (20 feet or less);
- Move light objects (less than 94 pounds) long distances (more than 20 feet);
- Heavy lifting with repeated stooping, carrying and bending continually over time (i.e., picks up materials and move to a different location);
- Work long shifts with non-standard break times;
- Work in a variety of weather conditions with exposure to the elements;
- Learn job-related material primarily through oral instruction and observation. This learning takes place mainly in an on-the-job training setting;
- Must have vision equal to or better than is required for driving;
o The employee may have to purchase eye glasses (safety glass, etc.) that are compliant with ASI’s Safety Program and OSHA/MSHA requirements;
o If corrective device is required to achieve this level of hearing, the employee must be able to wear PPE without interfering with the corrective device or the required PPE;
- Must have good hand-eye coordination;
- Must have quick reaction times;
- Must be able to hear adequately enough to be alerted by horns, sirens, shouting, or any other noise that is meant to convey a safety warning;
Preferred Qualifications and Training:
- Lift arms above shoulder level (i.e., throws bags into a truck);
- Must have good balance and must not be clumsy;
- Climb ladders or steps to reach objects;
- Must be able to work at heights of up to 100’ or more;
- Must be able to work in confined or enclosed spaces;
- Must be able to sit for long periods of time;
- Must be able to wear a hard hat, safety glasses, gloves, and safety-toed boots;
- Must be able to walk moderate distances to reach work area (1/2 mile or more);
- Enter the cab of a vehicle that is 3.5 feet (or more) off the ground;
- Must be able to sit in the operator’s seat of equipment and safely reach all pedals, switches, levers, buttons, etc. required to safely operate the equipment (if authorized for that piece of equipment);
- Must be able to sit in the operator’s seat of equipment and have an adequate field of vision of all instruments, gauges, warning lights, as well as an acceptable field of vision out of the windows and/or mirrors (if authorized for that piece of equipment);
- Understand and follow oral and written instructions;
- Must be committed to contributing to a culture of safety, looking out for yourself and others.
The Telebelt Operator should have at least 5 years of relevant experience in the field and must be able to pass a background check. The Telebelt Operator should also have a High School Diploma or equivalent. They should also have knowledge of heavy, diesel-powered truck operations including federal, state and local regulations; knowledge of use, repair and maintenance of telebelt, including hydraulic system, belting and cable tension, high-pressure pump and equipment; knowledge of principles, techniques, procedures and equipment related to work activities and a valid, active license and a clean driving record. They should be professional at all times while working with other employees and operating equipment.
We offer a competitive benefits package including medical & dental insurance, 401K, and vacation.
Dependent on Experience.
Jan 17, 2013
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