The Heavy Equipment Operator is responsible for operating heavy industrial equipment to lift, roll, haul, load, unload, and move supplies and materials on the jobsite. Detailed Description Review blueprints, schematic drawings, and job specifications to determine equipment requirements for assigned work.
Operate heavy equipment such as excavators, backhoes, bulldozers, front end loaders, dump trucks, and other heavy machinery to lift, roll, haul, load and unload materials, move soil, gravel, construction supplies, and other materials.
Perform routine and scheduled maintenance on equipment, including oil changes and lubrication. Prepare, update, and maintain logs, records, and equipment maintenance schedules. Monitor equipment operation and identify malfunctions. Inspect, adjust, and perform minor equipment repairs. Prepare and maintain inventory of supplies and equipment. Clean, store, and maintain equipment as required. Comply with Company and customer policies and procedures . Support AES zero-incident safety culture and assume personal accountability and responsibility for safe work practices in all projects, activities, and operations. Job Requirements
Minimum Education and Experience
High school diploma or GED with a minimum of five years related experience and training required. Experience in the oil and gas industry and in the arctic environment preferred. Five years of North Slope experience desired. Five years experience with heavy equipment & camp maintenance or associated duties. Must be willing and able to perform duties as assigned for all camp and site maintenance requirements
Current DOT medical card and commercial drivers license with hazardous material endorsement required. Driving record must meet Company requirements. North Slope Training Cooperative certification may be required. Additional Details
All applicants must meet the following AES Driver Licenses and Records policy.
Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (DOT/FMCSA)
Current DOT medical card and commercial drivers license with hazardous material endorsement required. All applicants must meet the following AES Driver Licenses and Records policy.
Employees selected for this position are required to submit to DOT Drug and Alcohol testing. Additionally, AES will verify previous Alcohol and Controlled Substance Testing Records for the past three years, prior to working for the company, as well as the successful completion of DOT return-to-work requirements for violations.
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