Top Equipment Operator Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Equipment Operator. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Equipment Operator resumes they appeared on. For example, 11.6% of Equipment Operator resumes contained Heavy Equipment as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Equipment Operator actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Equipment Operator resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Conducted safety and mishap prevention training and tests to heavy equipment and materials handling equipment operators.
  • Performed daily equipment inspections and maintenance checks Ensured heavy equipment is safely and securely stored.
  • Performed various site preparations for construction projects and performed basic maintenance on Heavy Equipment.
  • Operate medium and heavy equipment while supporting apprentice and journeymen high voltage electrical linemen.
  • Directed heavy equipment operators in the installation of underground utilities on military installations.
  • Operate heavy equipment in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures.
  • Operated various pieces of heavy equipment while maintaining all safety regulations.
  • Operated heavy equipment and supervised labor in conjunction with Landscape installation.
  • Operate machinery/heavy equipment commonly utilized in the grading/asphalt paving industries.
  • Operated drill for drilling overburden and various other heavy equipment
  • Perform operation of heavy equipment along with routine maintenance.
  • Operated heavy equipment and installed landscape and irrigation systems.
  • Licensed Heavy equipment operator /Stock Pile Yard coordinator.
  • Operate heavy equipment in a mining construction environment.
  • Operated heavy equipment to construct new housing developments.
  • Transported items with tractor-trailer and heavy equipment mobilization.
  • Constructed drilling pads operating heavy equipment as needed.
  • Operated myriad pieces of heavy equipment proficiently.
  • Performed manual labor and operated heavy equipment.
  • Operate heavy equipment underground in adverse conditions.

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2. Safety Meetings

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Here's how Safety Meetings is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Attend daily safety meetings and follow job safety analysis requirements for wearing personal protective equipment and observation of dangerous red zones.
  • Participate in daily safety meetings, help to identify potential hazards and methods for eliminating or reducing associated risks.
  • Operated work over and swab rib *Provided outstanding customer service *Attended monthly safety meetings to ensure machine safety
  • Conducted weekly safety meetings for multiple warehouses and ensured that regulations were followed by warehouse personnel.
  • Attended monthly safety meetings, discussing standard operating procedures, with emphasis on safety awareness.
  • Completed monthly safety meetings and constantly updated on ways to work safely while maintaining productivity.
  • Conducted safety meetings and enforced all safety procedures resulting in receiving multiple safety awards.
  • Perform inspections to ensure compliance with operational and safety requirements and conduct safety meetings.
  • Participate in daily toolbox safety meetings and document equipment inspection safety inspection audit.
  • Conducted daily safety meetings and filed Job Safety Analysis papers daily.
  • Presented daily progress reports to project superintendent and conducted weekly safety meetings
  • Participate in tailgate safety meetings and conduct daily equipment inspections.
  • Processed necessary regulatory paperwork, and held safety meetings.
  • Attended weekly safety meetings to ensure operation safety.
  • Participated or organized daily and weekly safety meetings.
  • Participate in weekly safety meetings.
  • Last but not least I gave motivation lectures, and speeches to employees on Thursday evenings at our safety meetings.
  • Performed weekly safety meetings, in charge of daily toolbox meetings, ensure the safety of each daily activity.
  • Conducted daily safety meetings to discuss potential hazards and to prepare for the task at hand for the day.
  • Attended safety meetings daily, completed out Job Safety Analysis, and Work Permits for work each day.

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3. Dozer

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Here's how Dozer is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated bulldozer and excavator to perform jobs
  • Operated a Track Hoe, Bulldozer, Front-End Loader, and Skid Steer with a demonstrated level of quality and proficiency.
  • Operated bulldozers after mudslides on Hwy 1 in steep terrain, worked on major earth moving projects and transported equipment.
  • Operated forklift, heavy equipment i.e., bobcat and bulldozer Maneuvered heavy inventory, loaded and unloaded trucks, stock shelves
  • Operated and maintained heavy equipment (bulldozer, excavator, vibratory compactor) for a 3 month-long road project.
  • Operated near structures and ravines with road grader, bulldozer, and snowplow to remove snow and ice.
  • Installed public utilities and roads utilizing front-end loaders, back hoes, bulldozers and ground compaction units.
  • Operate heavy machinery including track hoe, trench equipment, bulldozer, and oversee pipe laying installations.
  • Drive bulldozer in successive passes over terrain to raise or lower terrain to specified level.
  • Operate various heavy equipment properly, including bulldozers, loaders, scrapers and graders.
  • Operate bulldozer, front-end loader and crushers to produce 25.000 cubic yards of no.
  • Installed Septic Tanks, Run Back Hoe, Bulldozer, Trac-Hoe and other equipment.
  • Operated equipment, including Off-Road Loader, Track hoe, Bulldozer, and Hammer.
  • Can Operate bulldozer, roller, excavator, material handler, fork lift.
  • Operated Bulldozer to level off land and construct drain fields to code.
  • Operate heavy equipment, Operate John Deere dozer--5&8.
  • Operated equipment such as [Loader] and [Bulldozer].
  • Job duties- operate bulldozers, track hoes, side booms.
  • Used a bulldozer to grade land for roads and houses.
  • Operated a bulldozer to properly grade and reclaim land.

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4. Backhoe

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Here's how Backhoe is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate heavy equipment; blade, loader, backhoe, steel and rubber tire rollers, and snow removal equipment.
  • Operated various pieces of equipment - trucks, loaders, graders, backhoe and/or other equipment utilized to repair roads.
  • Operate backhoe, mini backhoe, vibratory plow, semi driver, manual labor, in the cable construction field
  • Operate backhoe, track hoe, skid steer, roller, and forklift in a safe and productive manner.
  • Operated backhoe, track hoe and forklift in order to lay pipeline in trenches * Moved and serviced pumping units
  • Certified to operate forklift, skid-steer, backhoe, track-hoe, front-end loader, roller, CDL-Class B.
  • Operate backhoes, tractors, steamrollers, sweepers, and other equipment safely and efficiently on the job.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as: asphalt rollers, asphalt maintenance trucks, backhoes, watering trucks/general laborer
  • Maintain equipment, trucks, backhoe, and service truck to ensure safe operations at all times.
  • Operated and maintained Articulated loaders, Zero turn Lawnmowers, Front end Dingo loaders, and backhoes.
  • Operate excavator, backhoe, install underground utilities and storm drains, form set concrete, etc.
  • Operate large commercial equipment as follows, Backhoes, Pay loaders, Grass and Brush cutting equipment.
  • Operate Pay-Loaders, Track Mobile, Overhead Crane, Bobcat, Taylor, Backhoe and Locomotive Trains.
  • Tow truck, backhoe, street sweeper, snow plow, class a combination for hauling equipment.
  • Perform various digging operation with backhoe such as digging and replacing culverts, and patches on roadways.
  • Operate heavy equipment (tractor, combine, bulldozer, backhoe) maintain and repair equipment.
  • Operated equipment such as: backhoe, excavator, bobcat, trencher, forklift, etc.
  • Promoted from Laborer to Operator of Backhoe, Bobcat & Front Loader in 3 months.
  • Operated backhoe, grad-all, road grader, street sweeper, heavy trucks, etc.
  • Operated Backhoe, Bobcat, Lawn mowers, and landscaping equipment for residential and commercial property

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5. Unload Trucks

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Here's how Unload Trucks is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate Bobcat S- 630, forklift, front end loader, and other heavy equipment to load/unload trucks and move materials.
  • Trained new employees how to properly read paper work and how to unload trucks in a fast and safely manor.
  • Fork lift Man Up Reach Truck Load and unload trucks Check and log in freight Move freight to locations Designated Trainer
  • Load and unload trucks, organizing and executing daily task to ensure shift met customer, and company expectations.
  • Operated various large excavating equipment, Unload trucks with forklift, Set grades for road, curb, and gutter
  • Operate a sit-down forklift to load and unload trucks, and operate a tractor to maintain field.
  • Operate various Material Handlers /Crane to Load & Unload Trucks as Well as Load Rail Cars.
  • Operated various equipment to load and unload trucks and to maintain cleanliness of the job site.
  • Operate power equipment/forklift * Data Entry * Unload trucks * Stock and maintain Inventory in receiving warehouse
  • Perform general clean up of farm areas; drive, load, and unload trucks.
  • Load and unload trucks, tag, label and transport inventory to appropriate lots.
  • Unload trucks as need and load trucks, move the scrap to proper storage are
  • Unload trucks via Front-end loader and keep hoppers filled for smooth operation and production.
  • Load and unload trucks of bread, English muffins and bagels using power equipment.
  • Load and unload trucks with processed and unprocessed vehicles with a front wheel loader.
  • Operated a loader and excavator to move coal and load/unload trucks and barges.
  • Set equipment, load and unload trucks, moved construction equipment, etc.
  • Case sealer, Load and unload trucks, shipping and receiving, merchandiser.
  • Stock shelves for online orders as well as unload trucks and scanning.
  • Install converts and cattle guards, load and unload trucks and equipment.

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6. Dump Truck

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Here's how Dump Truck is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated equipment that included articulating dump trucks to bulldozers.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as bucket loader, bulldozer, and dump trucks in creation and repair of freeways and streets.
  • Used front-end loaders for various tasks, operated dump trucks, mowers and snow removal equipment for the Colorado Springs Airport.
  • Operate heavy machinery such as dump truck, backhoe loader, loader, hydraulic excavator, bulldozer, grader and scraper
  • Operated various trucks and equipment, varying from dump trucks, knuckle booms, roll-offs to rear loader garbage trucks.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as Excavator, Motorized Graders, Dump trucks, Bulldozer, Backhoes, and Scoop Loaders.
  • Operated front-end loaders, backhoes, dump trucks, buzz-bar, slope mowers, box blades and water tankers.
  • Transported equipment daily with a 1-ton truck and dump truck/trailer while performing my daily work duties on my own.
  • Operated dump truck, chain saws, concrete mixers, and other various equipment required for public works operations.
  • Experience operating front end loaders, Cat 740 off road dump trucks, skid loaders, roll off trucks.
  • Operate dump truck in connection with the transportation of sand, stone, asphalt, gravel and other supplies.
  • Operated front end loader, dump truck, tractor and various other heavy equipment and power equipment as necessary.
  • Worked with heavy equipment as a contractor lead man doing demolition and ground cleaning with front loaders and dump trucks
  • Licensed and skilled in the operation of dump trucks, rollback container trucks, flatbeds and Euclid trucks.
  • Operated Cat Backhoe, Volvo Excavator, Cat tract Skid steer, D40/D70 Dump Trucks and all Utility Vehicles
  • Operated and maintained construction equipment used for utility installation including backhoe, dump truck, loader and trencher.
  • Transport, set-up, and operate equipment such as front-end loader, backhoe, bobcat, dump truck.
  • Front end loader, off road dump truck, forklift and bobcat/skid loader operator at a Superfund site.
  • Operated equipment such as backhoes, loaders, dump trucks, jet trucks and other related equipment.
  • Checked and maintained lowboy and dump truck's fluid, tire pressure, and cleaned beds.

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7. Frac

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Here's how Frac is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated equipment during fracturing, and performed maintenance and repaired equipment to equipment when necessary.
  • Operated coil tubing equipment for various down-hole operations such as perforating and fracturing.
  • Operated several types of essential equipment to safely complete hydraulic fracturing operations.
  • Operated, drove, and maintained highly technical specialized fracturing stimulation equipment
  • Operated Fracturing equipment and maintain equipment for daily fracturing operations.
  • Operated and performed basic maintenance on Hydraulic Fracturing equipment.
  • Operated pumping equipment for hydraulic fracturing oil production.
  • Operated and maintained equipment essential for hydraulic fracturing
  • Assist in maintaining equipment during fracturing operations.
  • Performed daily maintenance of fracturing equipment.
  • Rigged up and operated fracturing equipment.
  • Rig up/down hydraulic fracturing equipment.
  • Cement mixing and pumping; acid treatment, fracturing operations, and coil tubing operations were part of my everyday activities.
  • Perform rig up and rig down of treating iron and all related equipment used in the fracturing process.
  • Operate Sand Kings, Hydraulic Fracturing Pumps, Dual Belt Conveyor System, High Pressure Manifold and Blenders.
  • Job responsibilities consisted of operating, driving, and maintaining all fracturing equipment in good working conditions.
  • Operated well fracturing equipment; pump computers within data van, sandstorm, hydration unit, chem-add.
  • Operated pressure pumping equipment to complete hydraulic fracturing operations in a safe and cost effective manner.
  • Assisted field engineers in all aspects of fracturing and cementing oil and natural gas wells.
  • Execute hydraulic fracturing jobs on above listed equipment meeting job designs and per customer requirements.

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8. Sand

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Here's how Sand is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Trained in a variety of areas including industrial sandblasting, brake-press operation, forklift operation and hand plasma cutting operations.
  • Maintained accountability for sand and chemicals consumed during operations.
  • Performed Sand Operations safely and efficiently.
  • Operated a Cat 225 in a sand pit, mining for sand and loading trucks, digging ponds and basements.
  • Rig up Rig down ran pump room, Blender, sand storm, line drove equipment to and from location.
  • Performed cutting, moving, digging, grading, and rolling earth, sand, stone, and other materials.
  • Skilled in use of a variety of power tools, including drills, power saws, sanders and grinders.
  • Assisted in morning job which contributes to raking sand bunkers, mowing tees & approaches, collars & greens.
  • Rig up coil unit to oil/gas wells and perform a variety of tasks such as milling/plugs washing out sand.
  • Deployed to Afghanistan for seven months where I was held accountable for five thousand dollars of my personal gear.
  • Experienced in operating blender, hydration, C-10, sand movers, T-belt, line, and pump operations.
  • Operated, and maintained fracturing service equipment such as iron or sand trucks, and fracturing and acid pumps.
  • Performed daily inspections and documented the conditions for the diesel trucks, pumps, motors and Sand Chief Units.
  • Operated heavy equipment including the Tri-Plex Pump, Sand Chief and the Precision Continuous Mixer on a daily basis.
  • Watch line for signs of pump being starved of water due to manifold sanding off or rocks on valves.
  • Plow snow with trucks and other equipment also load trucks with sand or dirt and snow for removal.
  • Controlled a sand king and how much sand was to be used for every stage for every job.
  • Tracked sand, fluid, chemicals and nitrogen during job and provided post-job reports for supervisor and customer.
  • Washed scraped, sand, torched and smoothed interior and exterior of oil field pipes prior to painting.
  • Train new hires with hauling sand and highly regulated hazardous chemical with Tankers, Flatbeds and pump operations.

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9. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Maintained 100% preventative maintenance logs on all project equipment keeping continuous availability resulting in zero breakdowns or project delays.
  • Identify and perform basic equipment preventative maintenance servicing and minor repair work to maintain operating condition and meet safety requirements.
  • Performed Preventative maintenance on equipment to ensure that assigned units are in safe and proper operating condition.
  • Perform routine inspection and preventative maintenance on approximately twenty five pieces of equipment and company vehicles.
  • Operated and performed general/preventative maintenance on hydraulic and pneumatic drills and saws used to cut concrete.
  • Maintained all equipment including normal preventative maintenance as well repairing the machines when unscheduled failures occurred.
  • Make repairs and perform preventative maintenance to locomotives according to FRA & customer specifications.
  • Maintained accountability and conducted preventative maintenance on over $6 million of heavy equipment.
  • Performed daily and weekly preventative maintenance practices and made emergency repairs when needed.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on equipment and systems before replacement or repair is needed.
  • Performed daily start up checks which included preventative maintenance to heavy construction equipment.
  • Serviced equipment, performed preventative maintenance, made operating adjustments and minor repairs.
  • Directed routine preventative maintenance such as adjustments, cleaning and servicing equipment.
  • Conduct routine preventative maintenance and emergency repairs on water and sewer systems.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on a variety of grinders and related heavy equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on machinery and equipment to ensure proper working condition.
  • Recommended and implemented preventative maintenance strategies to improve and maintain vehicle operation.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and inspections on equipment daily to ensure proper operations.
  • Perform preventative maintenance and minor repairs to motorized vehicles and equipment operated.
  • Performed and completed preventative maintenance on all wire line associated equipment.

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10. Excavators

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Here's how Excavators is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated excavators and track loaders to excavate basements and footers in residential developments.
  • Specialized in construction equipment operation, including excavators, motor graders and bulldozers.
  • Operated equipment such as excavators and Directional drills.
  • Operated directional boring machines, and excavators.
  • Operated small equipment excavators, delivered equipment
  • Operated various different types of excavators.
  • Operated equipment such as excavators.
  • Operated machinery such as loaders and excavators, in order to safely and efficiently complete the task or project at hand.
  • Operated rock trucks, excavators, and front end loaders and assisted in the construction and maintenance of placer mine facilities.
  • Operated front loaders, excavators and gravel processing equipment as well as performed basic repairs and manual labor when required.
  • Operated a variety of wheeled and tracked construction equipment, such as excavators, tractors, and heavy maintenance trucks.
  • Operate excavators, batch plants and concrete pumps for the purpose of directional drilling, casing and concrete injection.
  • Operate and maintain Loaders, Excavators, Rough terrain Forklift's and Bulldozers in a safe and proficient manner.
  • Licensed and experienced on Backhoe, skid-steer and front end loaders, excavators, bulldozers, rollers and graders.
  • Operate and maintain construction equipment such as: skid steers, rollers, excavators, and water trucks.
  • Have operated bob cats, bulldozers, excavators, front-end loaders, back hoes, and rollers.
  • Operated Grader, loader and excavators to perform various types of earth moving excavation and grading operations.
  • Repaired and maintained heavy equipment including articulating trucks, excavators, front end loaders, and bulldozers.
  • Operated a wide variety of equipment including excavators, skid-steers, tractors, and a few others.
  • Operated equipment such as articulated dump trucks, front-end loaders, bulldozers, water trucks and excavators.

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11. Forklifts

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Here's how Forklifts is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated forklifts and other related equipment as required.
  • Operate forklifts to complete production requirements.
  • Specialized in the use of machinery such as: Bulldozers, front loaders, all-terrain forklifts, graders, and scrapers.
  • Transfer of herbicide and fertilizer to field sprayers, performed maintenance on all tractors, pumps, mowers, and forklifts.
  • Operate heavy equipment of various sizes and weights including but not limited to loaders, cranes, forklifts, etc.
  • Perform general construction, operate heavy equipment (i.e., cranes, front-end loaders, backhoes, and forklifts).
  • Operate torrent trucks, forklifts, and use RF computer network receiver to ensure accountability of shipping and receiving material.
  • Accomplished training in Extendable Boom Forklifts, 12K Fork Lifts, Front End Loaders, Dump Trucks and Tractor Trailer.
  • Utilized various forklifts, and man lifts efficiently to pick product and be sent to other warehouse for shipment.
  • Operated equipment including but not limited to, forklifts, front end loaders, balers, and skid steers.
  • Operated MHE equipment which included variable reach forklifts which included 10K, 24K, 30K and 45Ton container Handlers.
  • Operated forklifts, picked orders, replenished, put pallets and pulled pallets down, and I loaded/unloaded trucks.
  • Operated forklifts, bobcats, and other heavy equipment to aid in production and execution of required recycling operations.
  • Maintain a safe environment to operation equipment, such as forklifts to load and unload material and pallets.
  • Operated forklifts, bobcats, overhead cranes, and other various manufacturing equipment, maintenance and daily upkeep.
  • Licensed on 6K to 30K rough terrain and reach all Forklifts, plus 45ton Rough Terrain Container Handlers.
  • Operate material handling equipment such as forklifts: (Sit-Down, Reach Truck, & Order Picker).
  • Operated front-end loaders, Bobcats, forklifts and yard goats to assist in the production of recyclable products.
  • Perform specialized work, using equipment such as Skid Steer's, rubber tire loaders, forklifts.
  • Operate heavy-duty construction equipment, including bulldozers, trucks, backhoes, forklifts, cranes and scrapers.

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12. CDL

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Here's how CDL is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Experienced in driving any vehicle that requires a Class A or B commercial driver s license (CDL) to operate.
  • Included driving equipment from site to site (CDL Required) and ran all equipment including LAS unit & Hydration unit.
  • Operated with a Class A CDL various equipment for delivery of Fertilizer and seed product to local farms in Western Kentucky.
  • Acquired CDL to transport oil filed equipment to location - Performed all FRAC duties - Worked with the Chemical-Add treatment unit
  • Maintained water plants Supervised 5 employees Repairs at water plants Operated Backhoe Operated Forklift ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CLASS A CDL LICENSE
  • Specialized in equipment operating as well as delivering equipment to location and/or company yard with class A CDL permit.
  • Cement plant repairs, maintenance, and structural GMAW welding Cement and material truck operation and repairs; CDL driver
  • Crane, forklift and mobile equipment operator, CDL A driver, mechanic, fitter, fabricator and rigger.
  • Comply with company safety and operational procedure regulations, maintain a Class A CDL and current medical card.
  • Drive company vehicles as needed CDL and NON CDL to move equipment and personnel from location to location.
  • Drive any CDL required vehicle and operate all equipment in the oilfield for the extraction of oil.
  • Provide safe and efficient transportation for Students, Faculty and Staff utilizing CDL License and Endorsements.
  • Maintained a CDL and Knowledge of DOT rules and regulations on transporting explosives and radioactive materials.
  • Use CDL to operate various types of highway maintenance equipment on state and federal highway system.
  • Hold and maintain a valid CDL-CLASS A license utilized operating vehicles safely and legally.
  • Maintain a current Class A CDL with Doubles and Triples, and Tanker Endorsements.
  • Supervised Inmates Knowledge sets include: CDL, dispatch, driver's, transportation.
  • Obtained class A CDL, used for transporting heavy equipment from job to job.
  • Qualified CDL Driver with Haz-Mat endorsement responsible for safe operation of Equipment to location.
  • Drive bus routes when needed and train new bus drivers to pass CDL test.

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13. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Supervised other employees at job site while coordinating operations with management.
  • Complied with all safety and standards and job specifications -Operated loader, excavator, and haul trucks at various job sites.
  • Ensured working conditions for equipment were safe to operate and all safety rules and regulations were followed on job site.
  • Developed new construction bids; surveyed job sites; supervised on-site labor; maintained effective customer and public relations.
  • Maintain customer relations on the job site and relay the customer request back to Oil States Energy Service Management.
  • Set up a job site ensuring the use of basic safety rules, appropriate equipment and proper work techniques.
  • Performed daily job site analysis to determine necessary safety precautions based on current tasks, environment, and conditions.
  • Estimated projects and evaluated bids; organized job sites and ordered and coordinated the delivery of materials and equipment.
  • Complete computer assignments on time, work in various weather elements and travel long distances for job sites.
  • Bulk truck driver responsible for hauling cement to job sites and ensuring proper placement and installation of equipment.
  • Performed walk- around inspection of 48+ foot tractor trailer combinations, to transport hazardous materials to job site.
  • Serve as a Crane and Equipment Operator/ Deliver Driver for the company with job sites in various states.
  • Followed all safety regulations for equipment, procedures, and operation of equipment on all job sites.
  • Read blue prints, operated backhoe and skip-loader, and transported equipment to and from job sites.
  • Follow directions of Foreman as to daily tasks and expectations for each specific project or job site.
  • Manage the warehouse, Delivering to different job sites, operation of forklift, loading and unloading shipments
  • Assist in the inspection of job sites for safety concerns, conduct spot checks for employee PPE.
  • Operate equipment used for oilfield job sites such as cranes, loggers, and man baskets.
  • Transported mowers, rakes and balers to different job sites and performed necessary task with equipment.
  • Clean up spills and remove hazardous Unload and load construction materials to and from job site.

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14. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Maintained and operated equipment under the supervision of the Stimulation Supervisor while adhering to Performance Technologies operational and safety procedures.
  • Perform routine safety performance checks to insure working environment is in accordance with traffic regulations and departmental safety procedures.
  • Trained and instructed new Seasonal Temporary Associates on forklift equipment and safety procedures and follow company policies.
  • Have considerable knowledge of safety procedures and hazards related to construction, maintenance and equipment operation.
  • Conducted Safety oversight and training of Safety procedures of heavy equipment operations and maintenance.
  • Communicate safety procedures, complete workplace examination and job safety analysis when applicable.
  • Disconnect treating connections while following safety procedures and return them to proper location.
  • Operate safely within the working environment, following all regulations and safety procedures.
  • Developed and utilized safety procedures to safely and effectively operate heavy machinery.
  • Developed and implemented quality control and safety procedures to ensure quality work.
  • Perform preventive maintenance on production equipment, maintaining food safety procedures.
  • Recommended and developed improved and enhanced safety procedures throughout the mill.
  • Instructed construction safety procedures to state/ employer's environmental regulations.
  • Conduct laboratory tests and safety procedures in a laboratory environment.
  • Take equipment out-of-service following safety procedures while maintaining equipment reliability.
  • Received extensive training in industry safety procedures and regulations.
  • Operate and service equipment using correct safety procedures.
  • Follow and implement company and governmental safety procedures.
  • Maintain safety procedures and follow all safety protocol.
  • Utilized safety procedures to ensure a safe environment.

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15. Water Truck

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Here's how Water Truck is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Drive and maintain the equipment such water truck, pumps, and external generators, fabricate farming implements, fuel vehicles.
  • Operate Cat, backhoe, front end loader, forklift, lowboy, dump truck, water truck, and excavator Mechanic
  • Operated equipment to include: Skid steer, backhoe, front loader, excavator, dump truck, and water truck.
  • Operated various construction equipment including, but not limited to skid steers, back hoes, rollers, and Water trucks.
  • Operate street construction equipment to include water truck, flat wheel and pneumatic rollers, flatbed truck, and pothole truck.
  • Run equipment: Front End Loader, Backhoe and Bulldozers, Hoe Tampers, Skid loaders, and Water Trucks.
  • Operate a pulverizing machine, water truck, cement/lime spreader truck, measure jobs, communicate with contractors, maintain equipment
  • Operated water trucks and other heavy equipment for the planting and maintenance of new trees throughout the City of Raleigh.
  • Grade checking, flagging, Pipe fitting and installation, Water truck operations, dust control and general site maintenance.
  • Operate front end loader, compactor, bobcat, steel roller, pneumatic roller, dump truck and water truck.
  • Operate graders, backhoes, and front loaders, water truck, tractor trailer, lowboy trailers, tanker truck.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as: front end loaders, bobcats, water truck, forklift, and man basket.
  • Operated CAT Front end Loaders (Various Models) as well as water trucks, AG Tractor for processing.
  • Use of backhoe, bulldozer, and water truck to build and maintain roads for Bowie mine drilling program.
  • Operate equipment on construction site, such as vibratory roller, water truck, whacker plate, etc.
  • Operated assigned equipment (rock truck, dump truck, front-end loader, roller, water truck).
  • Haul truck, roller operator, Back hoe, scraper operator, water truck, front end loader.
  • Operated heavy equipment including compactors; water trucks; off-road dump trucks; scrapers and front end loaders.
  • Operated equipment such as Slurry seals, Water trucks, Rollers, and Dump trucks for paving company.
  • Operate and maintain heavy construction equipment including water trucks, dump trucks, forklifts, loaders etc.

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16. Bobcat

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Here's how Bobcat is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Performed efficiently and safely all aspects of commercial and residential construction and utilized heavy equipment Bobcat and forklift.
  • Operated bobcats with experience using driller attachment
  • Operated loader, mini excavator, bobcat, used plate tamp, and jumping jack to get ground to proper density.
  • Operated equipment such as an excavator and bobcat in the demolition and construction of the Libby, Mt Amtrak platform.
  • Landscape or maintain grounds of property using heavy equipment such as a back hoe, excavator, and bobcat.
  • Performed any grade work to be done with emphasis on residential final grading done with a track Bobcat loader.
  • Operated various equipment such as backhoes, graders, front loaders, dump trucks, and small Bobcat tractors.
  • Drive, maneuver and control the heavy machinery (Backhoe, Bobcat, Bulldozer, and Heavy Civil).
  • Operate hydraulic lifts, bobcats, pay loader, front end loader, bucket truck, and crash truck.
  • Operated and maintained asphalt roller, grader, curb machine, bobcat, forklift, and asphalt spreader.
  • Front loaders, backhoes, bobcat, tractors, mowers, dump trucks, flatbeds moving construction equipment.
  • Operate dump trucks, bobcat, asphalt roller, asphalt truck, crack sealer machine and emergency snowplowing.
  • Operate Skid Steer Bobcat, Spread Gravel, Level Lots, Drive dump Truck and deliver rock.
  • Experienced operating tractors, bobcats, graders, corral scrapers, feed-mixers, feed pusher and loaders.
  • Operated sky track forklifts, man lift, trencher tractor, front end loader and bobcat tractor.
  • Operate small construction equipment including bobcat, tamper, vibratory roller, pumps, and generators.
  • Operated front end loader, bobcat and dump trucks used to clean pens in cattle yard.
  • Operated many kinds of equipment: bobcat, steamroller, backhoe, dump truck, etc.
  • Operated a Bobcat with a claw attachment cleaning tree debris and loading into a dump truck.
  • Operate Bobcat equipment in field conditions and report on good or bad equipment conditions and performance.

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17. Haul Trucks

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Here's how Haul Trucks is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate different types of equipment such as haul trucks, loaders, and excavators to assist in the aggregate making process.
  • Operated Caterpillar 775, 777, Haul Trucks to haul boulders to rock crusher, and crush to different sizes.
  • Coal was transported from the pit to a coal yard and portable crusher utilizing three Volvo articulating 6X6 haul trucks.
  • Operated 336 Cat Excavator loading 40 ton articulated haul trucks, established slopes on dam and compacted slopes with attachment.
  • Run loaders and haul trucks for mine operations following all, OSHA, MSHA and, mine rules and regulations.
  • Stack blocks in yard until they were ready then load them on haul trucks to go up to the dam.
  • Operated front end loader, fed the crusher, maintained crusher, operated haul trucks, and operated crusher.
  • Have driven large off-road haul trucks (120-ton trucks) in a strip mine in Gillette, Wyoming.
  • Operated front end loader, bulldozer, haul trucks, rollers, and crushers to complete job.
  • Load drilled holes with explosives and tamp down shavings *Load haul trucks with rock to go to crusher
  • Hammer drills.operated 16g road graders maintaining haul roads and building new roads.operated 100 ton haul trucks.
  • Operated different size loaders in feeding crushers, moving stock piles and loading 769B haul trucks.
  • Cat 769-775 Haul Trucks- Move material from pit to jaw or move material to customer stockpiles.
  • Operated heavy equipment, including heavy loaders, carryalls, backhoes, haul trucks and tractors.
  • Completed a post operation sheet on all equipment with a load count from the haul trucks.
  • Operated haul trucks (rigid body and articulated), mini-excavator, and skid steer.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as front end loaders, backhoes, and haul trucks.
  • Performed scheduled servicing and maintenance on the haul trucks and wide range of maintenance.
  • Operate heavy equipment including excavators, bulldozers, front end loaders and haul trucks.
  • Moved material with haul trucks where needed for flat surface after blasting was complete.

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18. Track Hoe

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Here's how Track Hoe is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated brown brontosaurus (CAT 312 Track Hoe) clearing vegetation away from electrical distribution lines over various types of terrain.
  • Operated several pieces of equipment including: track hoe, backhoe, bulldozer, trencher, farm tractor, dump truck.
  • Operated heavy equipment, including front end loaders, bulldozers, track hoes, backhoes, roller compactors and tractors.
  • Operate heavy equipment- track hoe, backhoe, loader, hydro excavator/flusher, tandem truck, skid steer, etc.
  • Operated skid steer, loader, dump truck, scraper, backhoe and track hoe for commercial housing construction.
  • Operated various types of heavy equipment such as track hoes, bulldozers, skid steers, and backhoes.
  • Operated track hoe, front end loader, drilling rigs, motor grater, back hoe and bulldozer.
  • Operated dump truck, track hoe, and skid steer used in the daily solidification of drilling fluids
  • Operated Heavy Equipment: such as Track Hoes and Rubber Tire Loaders Conducted Other Construction Duties as Required
  • Operated skid steers and track hoe loading trucks, digging foundation footers, and grading parking area.
  • Operated Backhoe, excavator, track hoe, and roller to prepare for slab pours and foundations.
  • Operate a track hoe laying water, sewer, and storm pipe for residential and commercial jobs.
  • Operated John Deere backhoe, track hoes, excavators, Vermeer rock saws stick witch equipment.
  • Operate track hoe in support of the installation of lateral tie-ins to crude oil main line.
  • Performed road building and maintenance using graders loaders, dump trucks, track hoes and rollers.
  • Operated backhoes, skid steers, and track hoes during the construction of natural gas pipeline.
  • Utilized a Track Hoe to properly excavate ditches in preparation for large diameter pipe installation.
  • Supervised all other equipment operators, used track hoe, front end loader and bobcat.
  • Operate equipment including roller, bobcat, track hoe, back hoe and motor grater.
  • Operated track hoe at power plant switch yard to expand footing for bus bar tower.

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19. Equipment Operation

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Here's how Equipment Operation is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Monitor equipment operations, while implementing quality control and initiating system generated adjustment to troubleshoot, mitigate and/or resolve problems.
  • Converse with operator and contractor personnel about routine operating procedures and service related to equipment operation.
  • Recognized by management for product knowledge, supervisory skills, and plant machinery and equipment operation.
  • Employed as a Laborer which included everything from heavy equipment operation to general construction work.
  • Monitor efficiency of equipment operation, making adjustments to ensure the best efficiency possible.
  • Operated, repaired and lubricated tools and equipment including automotive construction equipment operation.
  • Provide feedback to the safety committee on environmental issues affecting safe equipment operation.
  • Optimized heavy and specialized equipment operation for all concrete and construction projects.
  • Maintain and ensure proper equipment operation per Airport regulations and standards.
  • Coordinate equipment Operation and Assist crew supervisor with ground operation.
  • Well experienced in well service fracturing and fracturing equipment operations.
  • Concrete installation, Heavy Equipment operation and General Laborer.
  • Truck operations, maintenance repairs, Heavy/medium equipment operations.
  • Maintain quality housekeeping of equipment operations and surrounding areas.
  • Maintained records and reports pertaining to equipment operation.
  • Scheduled and managed equipment operation and conducted inspections.
  • Provided supervision over all engineer construction equipment operations.
  • Perform safety inspections prior to equipment operations.
  • Conducted orientation for new employees on equipment operation
  • Trained on various equipment operation and maintenance.

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20. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Performed all maintenance and upkeep on all associated construction equipment to maintain compliance with OSHA standards and Federal Highway Administration regulations.
  • Ensured observance to company statutes concerning warehouse processes including OSHA regulations.
  • Assumed leadership role in learning and implementing current OSHA regulations
  • Maintained and operated all land clearing equipment * Loaded, secured and transported equipment to locations * Completed mine OSHA safety training
  • Maintain Safety Compliance with all specific chemicals utilized in fracturing and specific training with OSHA standards related to all Hazardous materials.
  • Adhered to all EPA and OSHA regulations as the clean-up effort was under close media scrutiny and heavy governmental involvement.
  • Operated all equipment in a safe and efficient manor following prescribed work methods while complying with OSHA and MSDS standards.
  • Exercised safe use of hazardous chemicals and materials under little to no supervision, also within OSHA and environmental standards.
  • Operated, inspected and maintain, Cranes, Boom Trucks, equipment for the company and compliance with OSHA regulations.
  • Use of Excavator and Front end loader to perform daily jobs while maintaining quality assurance standards and OSHA guidelines.
  • Assure compliance to all local, state, and OSHA regulations to ensure employee safety while eliminating unsafe conditions.
  • Worked bull gangs for crane assemblies and ensured personnel were working within OSHA guidelines (as assigned.)
  • Comply with company policies and OSHA standards, and be aware of any updates to these standards.
  • License 6k forklift by OSHA.exertion 50 pounds of force occasionally up to 20 pounds of force frequently.
  • Distribute safety equipment to other employees when needed to abide by OSHA and company rules and regulations.
  • Erected steel structures within a chemical plant, which has enabled my safety awareness through OSHA Programs.
  • Operate industrial equipment to pick and load customer ordered product consistent with IKEA and OSHA safety regulations.
  • Attended training classes, and obtained OSHA forklift certifications, OSHA, MSHA, and pipeline safety.
  • Maintain an up-to-date log every 3 hours and keeping within MSDS, HSE, and OSHA regulations.
  • Utilized, inspected and enforced lock out/tag out procedures in accordance with OSHA and site regulations.

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21. Pallet Jack

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Here's how Pallet Jack is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Replenish product for pickers-Pick customer orders efficiently -Inventory correction-Have certifications in: Reach narrow-aisle truck/forklift/scissor-lift/electric pallet jack/double pallet jack.
  • Operated forklift and pallet jack following safety procedures.
  • Operate Stand-up/Sit-down Forklift and Electric pallet jack
  • Pull orders, stock new supplies on shelves, operated forklift, stock picker, pallet jacks, RF scanner, inventory
  • Obtained experience with warehouse processing, production performance based, certified in forklift, reach and electric pallet jack equipment.
  • Transported pallets that were ready to be shipped to the shipping dock using electric pallet jack and sit down forklift.
  • Order Picker/Cherry Picker, Sit Down Forklift, Turret and Double Electric Pallet Jack/ Delivered proper material to production lines.
  • Certified on Turret Truck, Reach Truck, Order Picker, Sit down Fork Lift, and electric pallet jack.
  • Used Electric Pallet Jack for transport and Cherry-Picker to pull and insert items at elevated levels throughout the freezer daily.
  • Conveyed materials to or from storage or work sites to designated area, using an electric pallet jack and electric dolly
  • Handled raw material using forklift, loading and unloading railroad cross ties; operated heavy machinery including pallet jacks;
  • Operated: Reach, Sit-down, pallet jack(motorized), Scissor-lift Picked customers orders using on-screen system.
  • Picked and packed orders * Loaded and unloaded trucks * Operated forklift and electric pallet jack * Restocked empty locations
  • Operated stand up, electric pallet jack, and reach truck to load or transport pallets into delivery trucks.
  • Certified on stock picker, forklift, swing reach, counter balance, electric pallet jack, scissor lift.
  • Operate equipment such as cherry picker, electric pallet jack, reach truck and sit down fork lifts.
  • Operate stand up forklifts, and electric pallet jacks to pick orders as they appear on my monitor.
  • Certified on Electric pallet jacks, LPG Forklift, Electric Forklift, Carton Clamps, Electric reach trucks.
  • Maintained a 100% accident free record while operating lifts and pallet jacks within a 4 year period.
  • Operated warehouse equipment such as Order Picker, Reach Truck, Pallet Jack, and Raymond Turret Truck.

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22. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Maintained state-owned right-away buildings and travel-way using various hand tools and heavy equipment.
  • Assembled and fastened materials to make framework and props, using hand tools and wood screws, nails, and glue.
  • Delegated and applied proper tools such as steel cutters, crow bar, claw hammer and other hand tools as necessary.
  • Operate industrial hand tools that include jack hammer, road saw, weed trimmer, chain saw, and pole saw.
  • Use hand tools and other specialized tools in making sewer cuts, laying new line to grade, reconnecting sewer lines.
  • Lubricate and check lubrication equipment; adjust packing glands as necessary and perform necessary operative maintenance, using appropriate hand tools.
  • Specialize in hand tools such as wrenches, skill saw, pipe saw, jack hammer and hammer drills.
  • Erected and repaired guardrails, highway markers and snow fences, using hand tools, nails and power tools.
  • Operated high loader, wood chipper, Hi-Ranger bucket truck, dump trucks, chainsaws, and hand tools.
  • Performed maintenance on electrical, pneumatic, and chemical equipment using a variety of hand tools and electric tools.
  • Operated a multitude of heavy equipment and hand tools needed for construction, maintenance and repair of city amenities.
  • Operate Wheel loaders, rollers, dump trucks, sweepers, graders, scrapers, and assorted hand tools.
  • Operated variety of power tools, hand tools plasma cutting, torching, MIG, and stick welding.
  • Ditch cleaning, fence repair, crack sealing, paving, fixing potholes and using various hand tools.
  • Lubricated machinery, vehicles, and equipment, and performed minor repairs and adjustments, using hand tools.
  • Performed tasks routinely needed on a farm using a variety of hand tools and small and large equipment.
  • Utilize hand tools to perform maintenance and changeover tasks Make in production adjustments to all equipment as necessary.
  • Experienced in the use of hand tools, jumping jacks, plate compactors pumps, shoring devices.
  • Finished surfaces of woodwork and wallboard in houses and buildings using paint, hand tools and paneling.
  • Removed damaged and defective parts and sections of structures and repaired and replaced, using hand tools.

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23. Front End Loader

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Here's how Front End Loader is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate equipment such as front end loader/backhoe/bobcat trencher
  • Operated excavator/backhoe/wheeled articulated front end loader.
  • Performed all the duties of an equipment operator and electrician, operated sky boom, front end loader and backhoe equipment.
  • Operated back-hoes, front end loaders, track hoes, Bobcats, skid steers to safely accomplish and complete a job.
  • Job description: Responsible for operating the Front end Loader, Skid steer with jack hammer attachment, and concrete crusher.
  • Involved in setting up invert farm, operating skid steer and front end loader on closed loop system for drilling rig.
  • Operated backhoe, dump truck, front end loader and other equipment to complete assigned tasks for moving equipment and materials.
  • Hired as a labored wanted advancement so moved to front end loader then drove several types of dump trucks on site.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as front end loaders, compactors and skid steers to clear land building foundations and irrigation.
  • Operated heavy equipment including track-hoe, front end loader and truck; followed all procedures for operating in an environmental environment
  • Operated various equipment such as: skid steer, mini ex, front end loader, excavator, paddle scraper.
  • Operated a hydraulic power broom as my primary duty, also operated skid loaders, front end loaders as needed
  • Operated skid steer, backhoe, excavator, and front end loader to perform soil and roadway cleanup operations.
  • Operate front end loader to stack stand in sand barns and load sand/salt onto the snow removal equipment.
  • Operated 500 ton hydraulic press in Agricultural Department and Forklift and Front End Loader in Electric Furnace Department.
  • Operate Front End Loaders, loading trucks and chutes for asphalt, concrete, and gravel manufacturing plants.
  • Clean out tankers, operator front end loader to dump waste, and use zero turn to cut grass
  • Operated heavy equipment including front end loader, excavator, and backhoe; assisted in laying sewer lines
  • Operate and maintain equipment to include, four wheel drive tractors, front end loaders and combines.
  • Operated front end loader, assisted in operation of shaker by sifting through material to be recycled.

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24. High Pressure

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Here's how High Pressure is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Participate in rigging up/rigging down equipment including high pressure rated equipment.
  • Experience in unconventional methods such as horizontal completions, high pressure/high
  • Organize horsepower maintenance and operations within high pressure zones.
  • Operated sand delivery equipment during high pressure pumping.
  • Operated and maintained high pressure cementing equipment.
  • Operate high pressure water blasting and vacuuming equipment
  • Operated heavy equipment, including boom crane, blender, hydration, chemical trucks, sand belt and high pressure lines.
  • Removed various types of surface coatings using high pressure water pumps and hand tool apparatuses to prepare surfaces for new coatings.
  • Operated semi-truck mounted high volume, high pressure pump equipment to service gas and oil wells in surrounding five state area.
  • Perform all operations of hydraulic fracturing by monitoring all chemicals, water levels, and high pressures on equipment computer screens.
  • Operated hydration unit combining brine and slick water with gel for high pressure applications and discharging it to the blender.
  • Operate heavy machinery such as Sand Kings, Hydration Unit, Blender Unit, High Pressure Pumps, and ChemAD.
  • Participated in rigging up equipment, connecting hoses, high pressure iron etc., to equipment on OIL well head.
  • Operated hydraulic fracturing equipment such as dual belt, sand king, hydration, blender, and high pressure manifolds.
  • Manage portable or stationary high pressure boilers that supply heat or power for engines, turbines, and steam-powered equipment.
  • Apply all the disciplines of driving, rigging up, operating and rigging down high pressure equipment on location.
  • Replaced Damaged Plungers, Rings, Cold ends, High pressure check valves and rebuilt all valves when needed.
  • Operated cranes, booms, fork lifts, man lifts and various types of specialized high pressure pumping equipment.
  • Operate valves, pumps, and switches in a high pressure, high temp, and hazardous chemical process.
  • Manage tubing and hydraulic hoses, manage flow and transfer of liquid nitrogen, and operate high pressure pumps.

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25. Motor Grader

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Here's how Motor Grader is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Coordinated utility service providers according to project schedules & operated various pieces of heavy equipment including hydraulic crane & motor grader.
  • Construct building pads for warehouse;Motor GraderDozerSkid loader
  • 92250Operated a Motor Grader, Wheel loader, Backhoe, John Deere Tractors and Water TruckWelding SMAW, equipment repairs and surfacing
  • Operate large earth-moving equipment and machines including bulldozer, scraper, and motor grader in lignite surface mining and reclamation activities.
  • Experience operating the following: bulldozers, track-hoes, motor graders, cranes, tractors, and various construction equipment.
  • Operated various types of heavy equipment including but not limited to: D5 Bulldozer, Excavator and Motor Grader.
  • Skilled operation of water truck, sweeper truck, forklift, crane, motor grader, and haul truck.
  • Operated equipment including: Motor Grader, Bulldozer, Front End Loader, Excavator, Rock Truck Driver.
  • Operated heavy equipment including motor grader, front end loader, bulldozer, excavator, mixer and scraper.
  • Operated mining Equipment-Komatsu 830E 240 ton Haul trucksD8 and D10 track dozers834 Rubber tire dozers14 and 16G motor graders
  • Operate tractors, mowers, dump trucks, front-in loaders, motor graders, and other specialized equipment.
  • Carried out preventative maintenance checks for, Tandem dump trucks, motor graders and Ford F-450 diesel.
  • Operated heavy machinery, including crawler tractors, front end loaders, motor graders, and backhoe.
  • Operated street sweeper, dump truck, motor grader, snow removal, replace paving and concrete
  • Operated 30-ton rock truck, rubber tire front-end loader, motor grader and forklift as needed.
  • Operated 70 ton Link belt Truck Crane and Excavators, Motor Grader, and Loader.
  • Operated power construction equipment such as Motor Graders, Bulldozers, Front-End Loaders, Backhoe.
  • Operated power construction equipment such as motor graders, compressors, pumps, tractors.
  • Operated Cat motor grader140H as crew leader for maintenance division Elk hills oil field.
  • Operate heavy equipment to include: dump truck, loaders, and motor graders.

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26. Snow Removal

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Here's how Snow Removal is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Transport supplies, assisted in remodeling commercial/residential assignments, and snow removal.
  • Spearheaded seasonal projects including snow removal and range maintenance.
  • Snow removal for numerous local commercial businesses.
  • Performed snow removal for customers driveways.
  • Snow Removal Division: Operated equipment for the removal of snow in Colorado Springs in the Waldo Canyon Burn Scar area.
  • Scheduled and supervised crews in paving, sweeping, seal coating/striping, and snow removal of business and residential parking areas.
  • Train Night Fireman and Custodian in floor stripping/waxing, high speed buffing, boiler operations/equipment, heating and snow removal.
  • Performed tree and snow removal, black top work, excavation, rebuilding of roads, and storm drain installation.
  • Snow removal, leaf removal, trash removal, of the streets parks and medians in the city of Richmond.
  • Snow removal, Turf care, Tree Pruning, Landscaping, forklift, skid steer, and loader operations.
  • Preformed various tasks of snow removal both on the active runway, parallel taxiway, and various different ramps.
  • Operate various construction and snow removal equipment to include backhoe, loader, dump truck, crane and grader.
  • Operated Street sweepers, tree chippers, trash removal, LeafLoaders, and participation in snow removal when needed.
  • Work individually or with a crew performing tasks related to highway maintenance and landscape work and/or snow removal.
  • Assist in leaf pick up, snow removal, repairing of sidewalks, mail boxes and unclog drains.
  • Worked in gravel pit operating excavator and loader, stockpiled materials, loading trucks, and snow removal.
  • Cleaned streets and alleyways from debris, cleaned vacant lots, put up snow fence and snow removal.
  • Maintain county roads, culverts, cattle guards, and bridges, snow removal and tree trimming.
  • Be on call throughout winter season for snow removal and or application of salt at commercial locations.
  • Operate large snow removal equipment, snow and ice removal of campus roads, walkways and parking lots

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27. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Provided quality customer service by going above and beyond responsibilities to assist customers with loading and unloading merchandise.
  • Provided a safe and entertaining environment for everyone by performing excellent customer service.
  • Communicated with customer service and dispatch for delivery updates and status reports.
  • Supported Recycle Management group as needed and provided excellent customer service.
  • Researched, planned and implemented company wide mandate to improve customer service
  • Motivated and experienced mechanic providing strong customer service and solving problems.
  • Provide excellent customer service to insure satisfaction for work completed.
  • Improved customer relationships through customer service and meeting deadlines.
  • Provided customer service as outlined by department guidelines.
  • Provided outstanding customer service and operated multiple attractions.
  • Communicated with city residents to provide customer service.
  • Provide customer service assistance and demonstration of merchandise.
  • Operated heavy equipment and provide customer service.
  • Maintained professional relationships with positive customer service.
  • Provided quality customer service for amusement rides.
  • Maintain and repair equipment Customer service
  • Provide excellent customer service while striving to provide the best maintained facility possible for the members, their families and guests.
  • Build and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers, other city employees and public using principles of good customer service.
  • Worked consistently in the building, repairing, and troubleshooting of desktop computers and laptop computers for customer service efforts.
  • Provided first line customer service for residents that had questions, concerns or complaints about their trash pickup and service.

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28. Skid Steers

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Here's how Skid Steers is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Paved commercial and residential properties with duties including operating rollers, skid steers and paving box along with extensive manual labor.
  • Operated a variety of heavy equipment including skid steers, mini excavators, rollers, and off road dump trucks.
  • General construction work operating skid steers and excavators, scheduling when materials and workers need to be on job site.
  • Operated loaders and skid steers to run a screening plant, loaded barges with coal, Operated rock trucks hauling gravel/coal/salt
  • Operated track trucks, excavator, bulldozers, front end loaders, skid steers, mini excavator.
  • Operate excavators and skid steers to dig out old concrete and grade for new concrete.
  • Operate tractors, skid steers, front end loaders and all other various required equipment.
  • Use mini excavators skid steers and back hoes to install sewer water and dry utilities.
  • Operated Bobcat skid steers, as well as various other heavy equipment to remove snow.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as forklifts, backhoes, boon lifts and skid steers.
  • Operate and maintain excavators, backhoes, bulldozers, skid steers, wheel loaders.
  • Operate excavators and skid steers while reclaiming right of way for mark west pipelines.
  • Operated loaders, skid steers, and rolling compactors on commercial dirt work projects.
  • Helped friends on local dairy farms by operating tractors, loaders, and skid steers
  • Operate cranes, excavators, skid steers, and various wire pulling equipment.
  • Experience working in plants operating excavators, skid steers, forklifts and backhoes.
  • Operated heavy equipment including Cat bulldozers, skid steers, and track-hoes.
  • Use skid steers to load cardboard and paper shreds into baler.
  • Operate skid steers and mini excavators around foundations and digging footings.
  • Operate and maintain various wheel loaders and skid steers 2.

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29. Tractor Trailers

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Here's how Tractor Trailers is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Skilled at utilizing tractor trailers to transport construction equipment.
  • Drive tractor trailers/oilfield equipment to location.
  • Operate and maintain forklifts, dump trucks, and tractor trailers inclusive of current transportation regulations and complete forms and reports.
  • Operate and maintain forklifts, dump trucks, and tractor trailers and complete forms and reports following all safety procedures.
  • Helped maintain over 20 pieces construction equipment, 10 Gun Trucks, 6 dump trucks, and 6 tractor trailers.
  • Operate a 4-6 yard dump truck, tractor trailers, pavement rollers, forklifts, skid loaders, and snowplows.
  • Use bobcats to scrap out chicken houses, use bobcats to load trucks, routine service on tractor trailers.
  • Operated a small crane to stack, and mount up to four tractor trailers, preparing them for transportation.
  • Operated 6,000lb -10,000lb forklift to safely to load and unload pallets from tractor trailers and relocate pallets within yard.
  • Convoyed with both 20 and 15 ton tractor trailers in Florida, California, Mississippi, and Japan.
  • Operate Navy and contract transportation, tactical and construction equipment including tractor trailers, loaders bulldozers and forklifts.
  • Worked alone, Loading used, old railroad ties into tractor trailers, using a grapple truck.
  • Received a CDL Class A License (restriction of driving tractor trailers) while working here.
  • Service these as well as tractor trailers, with oil changes, filters, and tires.
  • Trained in operation of military tractor trailers under the direction of the Illinois Army National Guard.
  • Transported construction equipment, such as dump trucks and tractor trailers, to various work sites.
  • Operated tractor trailers vehicles for the purpose of deposing heavy trash for the City of Houston.
  • Drive Class-A Cement tractor trailers from main yard to job sites to complete cementing jobs.
  • Drive overweight tractor trailers with pumps to locations (local and out of state).
  • Load and off load steel and construction materials from flat beds and tractor trailers.

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30. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Maintained all responsibilities associated with HAZMAT processes and procedures.
  • Transported liquid HAZMAT materials in bulk containers, tankers, flatbeds or box trailers and maintaining a daily log.
  • Hold a current Class A CDL with HAZMAT, tanker, combination, and air brake endorsements.
  • Obtained class A CDL with tanker and HAZMAT endorsements and have transported equipment when needed.
  • Facilitated HAZMAT audit and implemented ground wood pulp test process to boost revenues 10%.
  • Gained CDL licensing with HAZMAT endorsement for driving heavy loads from 80K to 95K lbs.
  • Prepared and drove tractors and trailers, this included HAZMAT, to and from location.
  • Hold a Class A CDL with all endorsements, including HazMat and Tankers.
  • Have my Class A Commercial License with Tankers and HAZMAT Endorsements.
  • Respond to various HazMat spills, on call for spill team.
  • Trained in DOT rules and regulations and HAZMAT.
  • Fire Brigade Leader and HAZMAT Incident Commander qualified.
  • Operated CDL class A vehicle; Overweight, Oversize, HAZMAT, tanker and flatbed.
  • Follow all federal motor carrier safety regulations for operating over-weight and hazmat permitted combination vehicles on public roads.
  • Oil Spill/Hazmat Supervisor* Boat Captain* Operated Equipment
  • Key Achievements: * X endorsement for Tanker and Hazmat on CDL, H2S certification, PEC card, First aid certification
  • Leave of Absence to process into Inter company transfer to WFT Pipeline division Skills Used Frac Equipment operator/HazMat CDL Driver.
  • Drive Class A CDL vehicles such as frac equipment and acid transports that required both HAZMAT and Tanker endorsements.
  • Haul liquids with a hazmat endorsement like oil, pit and production water, propane, etc.
  • Possess a class A CDL, Hazmat and tanker endorsement to move large equipment between well sites.

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31. Line Boss

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Here's how Line Boss is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Crane Operator, Sand Coordinator, Sand King, Chem Van Operator, Line boss, Blender Operator, Data van Operator
  • Experienced with Sand chief, acid skid, mega belt and I am familiar with the blender and line boss duties.
  • Line boss position which included duties such as rebuilding fluid ends, pumps and overseeing other employees and their work.
  • Contributed as a Line Boss, Coil Tube Operator, and Crane Operator over successful tenure with the company.
  • Operated horsepower/pumps, quality control, sand units, was training on the responsibilities of the line boss/pump walking.
  • Run multiple equipment such as the precision controlled mixer, acid skid, sand chief, and line boss.
  • Operated Precision Continuous Mixer (PCM) Rig Up and Rig Down Equipment Drive Trucks Line Boss Crane Operator
  • Monitor the pump fleet and iron unions from a safe distance while performing duties as line boss.
  • Worked as acting line boss in charge of all critical and high pressure equipment during pumping operations.
  • Experience in sand department, pump maintenance, chemical department, quality control, and line boss.
  • Operate as a line boss, which supervises the high pressure area of the iron.
  • Experience on Blender, Hydration, Pumps, Sand Bins and Experience as Line Boss.
  • Line boss responsible for all employee safety in and around the high pressure work area.
  • Learned basic hydraulic fracturing rigging and operating procedures; Was a Line Boss for approx.
  • Provide job specific information to line boss, blender operator, and sand coordinators.
  • Operate equipment such as blender, hydration, chem add, and line boss.
  • Developed working knowledge of pumps as line boss, chemical specialist and blender operator.
  • Worked as a line boss and a blender tender in the hydraulic fracturing operations
  • Assist in any other tasks when on down time from Line Boss duties.
  • Worked as a Head Of Horsepower, line boss, and gel operator.

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32. John Deere

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Here's how John Deere is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate John Deere equipment from track tractor, four-wheel drive, front wheel assist, to combines and mowers.
  • Operated a Combine Harvester during Wheat Harvest and operated John Deere 8000 series tractor with Grain Carts.
  • Operated John Deere S680 combine with 40 foot flex draper on hard red spring wheat and soybeans.
  • Operated county dump trucks and a John Deere Skid Steer to cleared building debris from properties.
  • Operated motorized vehicles and equipment such as 545D tractors and John Deere 7blade lawn mowers.
  • Operate John Deere tractors and trailers delivering the H-Pile to the Pile Driving crews.
  • Included equipment Case Patriot sprayer, John Deere Tractors, Combines and Planter.
  • Reclaim oil drilling pits using a 210 John Deere excavator or D6R bulldozer.
  • Operated Maintainers, Front end loaders Excavators and Backhoes, John Deere Cats.
  • Operated a John Deere 9520 haul unit with 50 ton dump trailer.
  • Operate 544k and 644j John Deere loader with attachments forks, grapple.
  • Operate CNH/John Deere Tractors and Freeman Balers to produce alfalfa hay.
  • Operated a John Deere 644k rubber tire front-end Loader.
  • Operated John Deere Guillotine in rock splitting operations.
  • Operated 2016 John Deere excavator and skid steer
  • Operate John Deere 120 with mulching attachment.
  • Operated a John Deere skid-steer.
  • Operated Cat 769C haul truck and 928G front end loader as well as John Deere 624J, 644h and 744h loaders.
  • Operate equipment, mix chemicals for the mix truck, cut grass, change oil on the John Deere.
  • Operate All John Deere tractors from the 6000s series to the 9000s.

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33. Hydration Unit

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Here's how Hydration Unit is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated Hydration unit, responsible for water management on location.
  • Operate Total Equipment/ Surefire hydration unit.
  • Managed and operated the pumps, chemical additive van, dry gel hydration unit, and quality control mobile lab.
  • Operate various pieces of heavy equipment including blenders, hydration units, man lifts, forklifts, and cranes.
  • Operate pumps, pump down, hydration unit /PCM, Sand Silos, Sand Chiefs, and chemicals.
  • Run equipment such as blender, hydration unit, pumps, sand kings, and chemical pump system.
  • Operate hydraulic fracturing equipment like sand kings, hydration units, blenders, pumps, chemical units.
  • Performed troubleshooting and maintenance of hydraulic fracturing pumps, blender, hydration unit, and sand kings.
  • Have experience operating pumps, hydration unit, and the front side (well head).
  • Truck, Blender, Hydration Unit, Nitrogen Pump, Nitrogen Transport And Data van.
  • Manage Blender Operations, Gel Hydration Unit Operations and quality control for Oasis Crew.
  • DOT transport of Pumps, Blenders, Hydration Units, and other Fracturing Equipment.
  • Gel transport - Blew off gel when needed to fill bag on hydration unit.
  • Operate fracturing equipment, including sand king conveyor system and well hydration unit.
  • Operate the fracturing blender unit and the hydration unit at an expert level.
  • Operated multiple oil field equipment pumps, blender, hydration unit, etc.
  • Run the sand hulks during pumping and I also run the hydration unit.
  • Advanced to Chemical Van, Acid/Gel Transport and supply, and Hydration Units.
  • Assisted with the Operation of the Blender and the Hydration Units.
  • Operate forklift and man lift Operate Chem add & hydration unit.

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34. Water Lines

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Here's how Water Lines is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated heavy equipment to excavate residential foundations, installed irrigation head gates, residential septic systems and water lines.
  • Located at the Montana Refining Company * Excavated and replaced old fire-water lines in hazardous environments
  • Required to replace sewer lines, water lines, unclog drains, and complete all aspects of residential and commercial plumbing.
  • Operated heavy machinery equipment to clean out sewage lines * Performed repairs on water lines * Assisted other crew members as needed
  • Hook up cement/water lines to bulk cement trucks and pump trucks and then to the rig head on oil rigs.
  • Accomplished in operating heavy equipment, digging trench lines to repair, replace or lay new sewer and water lines.
  • Project involved installation of water treatment plant, underground water lines and refurbishing of water towers throughout the Facility.
  • Operated small excavator to dig pipelines, water lines, and sewage lines for new buildings and cities.
  • Land clearing, trenching, water control, installed drain pipes, water lines, gas lines.
  • Repair and replacement of plumbing faucets, fixtures, toilets, water heaters, water lines.
  • Worked, repaired and operated water lines to ensure a reliable source of potable water.
  • Assist in removing worn or broken water lines, control valves and installing new ones.
  • Operated excavator to dig trenches for water lines in the expansion of a coal facility.
  • Installed septic tanks and drain systems, installed rural water lines and fixed leaks.
  • Completed belt set-up and repair; Equipment operation; Repair and maintain building water lines
  • Installed RCP, water lines, sewer lines and did live taps on city water
  • Work as part of a crew repairing water lines, mains and replacing meters.
  • Set up and installed water lines, hot water heaters, and sink/tub fixtures.
  • Deal with public officials for testing and validation of sewer and water lines.
  • Installed underground septic systems, electrical, sewer, pipe and water lines.

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35. Caterpillar

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Here's how Caterpillar is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate Caterpillar 320E excavator to load construction demolition material into outbound trailers.
  • Operated a Caterpillar 730 haul truck hauling dirt and rock to a pond that was being filled during the reclamation process.
  • Build test sites, validate equipment software, and operate machinery for all product groups at Caterpillar Equipment Tucson Proving Grounds.
  • Operate 430/E caterpillar backhoe to do dirt work for rigs, build locations, dig pits and haul material for rigs
  • Experience Caterpillar 994F& 992 G Loaders (Experienced with high- Precision GPS Ore mapping and Modular Mining Dispatch.)
  • Operated Caterpillar 966G front-end loader to load raw material into trucks, used SAP in shipping documentation and record management.
  • Operated equipment such as link belt 110 ton lattice boom crawler crane and a caterpillar 950h front end loader.
  • Job Description: Operate a Caterpillar 963 Track Loader, Cat wheel Loader, and Skid Wheel.
  • Operated Caterpillar 793C, 785B and 777C rock trucks to transport shot material to the dump area.
  • Operate front end loader, caterpillar, sheep foot as well as install sewage pipe.
  • Operated Front Loader (Caterpillar 988-F & 988-B) to load hopper with raw material.
  • Operated Caterpillar 966G loader moving rock and other material for loading trucks and maintaining roads.
  • Operate Caterpillar 966M front end loader to load municipal solid waste into outbound trailers.
  • Controlled and operated John Deere and Caterpillar Tractors for planting and harvesting crops.
  • Operated Caterpillar 777B rock trucks to transport shot material to the dump area.
  • Operate Caterpillar bucket loader to rotate and turn compost windrows twice a day.
  • Operated a Caterpillar 836G to compact trash at the waste management facility.
  • Operated a Caterpillar 330 excavator on a demolition project in San Pedro.
  • Operated Caterpillar 988G and 980G to move material and clean coal.
  • Drive 785 and 789 Caterpillar dump trucks transporting molybdenum for processing.

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36. Different Types

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Here's how Different Types is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated heavy machinery for different types of construction purposes.
  • Operated eight different types of construction and demolition equipment.
  • Operated different types of equipment in the repair and maintenance of the streets and roadsides throughout the city.
  • Maintain drilling fluids in tanks by Opening and closing different types of valves to transfer to different tanks.
  • Educated clients with learning how to recognize different types of mosquitoes and how to prevent their reproduction.
  • Worked in storage and other departments as needed drive 6 different types of equipment in warehouse environment
  • Conducted daily checks on more than 400 different types of Army equipment and very sensitive equipment.
  • Operated different types of forklifts, cranes, graders, doze rs, excavators, rollers.
  • Sorted different types of metals into easily identifiable rows and separated them from old sheets.
  • Adjust paper feed and guides for different types, weights and size of paper stock.
  • Trim and cut different types of trees down, and trim numerous types of bushes.
  • Understand and follow requirements for packaging and documenting different types of items and customer orders.
  • Used different types of lift equipment, transfer product from reserve positions to pick positions.
  • Operate different types of heavy equipment to assist in the process of hydraulic fracturing.
  • Transport and operate different types of heavy equipment required to complete any given project.
  • Load different types of rock into bins to make asphalt with Rubber Tire loader.
  • Operated and maintained more than 7 different types of equipment during various missions and projects
  • Operate different types of heavy equipment including track hoe, backhoe, etc.
  • Gained the skill in learning to work for very different types of people.
  • Organized training which helped staff in developing different types of construction skills.

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37. Weather Conditions

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Here's how Weather Conditions is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Communicate with Crew Effectively- Ability to work in adverse weather conditions and comply with Industry Standard Safety Regulations
  • Practice safe and efficient operation of vehicles and equipment, including emergency equipment under adverse/severe weather conditions.
  • Demonstrate ability to perform responsibilities while exposure to outdoors in all weather conditions.
  • Operated in all weather conditions outside using safe operating procedures.
  • Worked around many weather conditions From hot to cold, even been snowed in for 3 days on location.
  • Scheduled work for crews, depending on work priorities, crew or equipment availability, or weather conditions.
  • Plow snow, also spread sand and salt in the winter in all types of weather conditions.
  • Worked outdoors on location in all weather conditions usually from the early morning hours until late evening.
  • Adapted to high stress, fast paced and dangerous work environment while also under extreme weather conditions.
  • Performed various HEAVY manual labor in shop, field, and outdoor settings regardless of weather conditions.
  • Worked 12-16 hour shifts, 5-7 days a week, in all weather conditions, except lighting.
  • Worked in environments exposed to adverse weather conditions, noise, gas fumes, oil and grease.
  • Worked outdoors on a daily basis and in adverse weather conditions when requested to do so.
  • Connected air hoses and electrical lines, installed and removed tire chains as weather conditions required.
  • Perform a variety of tasks for extended periods of time and under unfavorable weather conditions.
  • Worked in all weather conditions and did my job to the best of my ability.
  • Support the Operations group and operate heavy equipment safely under various road and weather conditions.
  • Worked in a variety of weather conditions between - 40 degrees to 110 degrees.
  • Haul rock, hot asphalt, dirt, Plow snow during winter weather conditions.
  • Experienced in driving in all weather conditions, on unpaved roads and through fields.

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38. Traffic Control

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Here's how Traffic Control is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Performed traffic control, sign installation and maintenance, right of way mowing, tree trimming, and equipment servicing.
  • Experience implementing Temporary Traffic Control procedures per the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) Part 6.
  • Used knowledge of traffic control for moving operations, lane closures, and provided shadow protection when required.
  • Obtained Qualifications as Traffic Controller, Ramp Marshall, Camp Support Petty Officer For ALL Beach Operations.
  • Worked closely with traffic control spotters to identify fill areas to be used for dumping solid waste.
  • Maintained the equipment and helped with snow removal, traffic control, and other assigned duties.
  • Perform inventory control measures on signs, traffic lights, and other traffic control devices.
  • Supervised between 1 and 4 sweeper operators and between 3 and 6 traffic control employees.
  • Set up traffic control according to SCMUTCD Standards to warn motorist of road work ahead.
  • Set up work zone, by setting out safety cones and traffic control signs.
  • Patched asphalt roads along with performing crack sealing duties and set up traffic control.
  • Install conduit, lights, signal boxes and run wire; traffic control.
  • Cleared drainage ditches* Places traffic control and warning signs and monitors traffic flow.
  • Set up temporary traffic control and signage to secure safe job site.
  • Traffic control for trucks entering, loading, and leaving the pit.
  • Performed snow and ice control, traffic control, and customer service.
  • Traffic control, barricade placement to comply with set rules of said.
  • Set up traffic control for road shut down and lane closures.
  • Use traffic control techniques to control high/low speed vehicular traffic movements.
  • Worked as traffic control engineer with N. C. Department of Transportation.

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39. Crew Members

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Here's how Crew Members is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Delegated responsibility to crew members to fit strongest abilities.
  • Supervised crew members and scheduled delivery dates.
  • Assisted other crew members with installing gutters, plumbing, dry wall, aluminum trim, rehabs painting and framing.
  • Assist crew members to Hook iron up to wellhead prior to starting job and after job unhook iron from wellhead.
  • Direct 4-7 person crew during deployment and lay out while remaining in contact by radio with other crew members.
  • Coordinate work efforts in conjunction with crew members as well as other work groups in the mine.
  • Trained crew members in the proper operation and maintenance of a variety of heavy equipment.
  • Work with assigned crew members to complete assigned task on a daily and weekly basis.
  • Supervised the work of 10+ crew members, offering constructive feedback on their work performance.
  • Crew Leader: Supervised crew members including coordinating manage the material on site effectively.
  • Supervised 5 crew members when responsible to run the Casing jobs at the sites.
  • Required to make informed decisions on daily tasks for self and crew members.
  • Coordinate machine actions with crew members in response to hand or audio signals.
  • Observe signals from other crew members so that work activities can be coordinated.
  • Coordinate the assignment of crew members and provide training for new team members.
  • Operated GPS device to lay out work sites for other crew members.
  • Skilled to train and instruct crew members, and run a crew.
  • Train new crew members on equipment and site specific safety standards.
  • Train new crew members on the safety standards of construction machinery.
  • Ensured all crew members had on the correct personal protection equipment.

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40. Pump Maintenance

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Here's how Pump Maintenance is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Performed preventative pump maintenance as needed.
  • Completed preventative pump maintenance procedures.
  • Work alongside the crew doing pump maintenance, strapping sand, and rigging up and rigging down the job site.
  • Rig up iron, inspect equipment, maintain log book, operate blender, hydration, chemical van, pump maintenance
  • Pump room operator, pump maintenance, drove pump trucks to and from locations, also rigged up and down.
  • Moved from there to pumps and pump maintenance, and trained others to take my spot there as well.
  • Perform pump maintenance, hazardous material usage, perforate and maintain the well casing for oil to be obtained.
  • Monitor parameters, pump maintenance, work with team to rig up well and rig over to next well.
  • Run Movers, help rig up and down, pump maintenance, drive tractor trailer to and from locations
  • Pump Maintenance - Daily rebuilds of pumps pulling valves and seats and changing out packing as needed.
  • Rig up iron, maintain log book, inspect equipment, operate and drive vehicle, pump maintenance
  • Right up and rig down equipment location, pump maintenance, driving equipment to and from location.
  • Pump maintenance checking and replacing if needed all pump seats, packing, and valves.
  • Rig up and rig down of pads, blender tender, and hydraulic pump maintenance.
  • Conducted pump maintenance after every stage (3-4 stages daily in a 12hr shift).
  • Grease pumps/pump maintenance, operate sand chiefs(bass) unites, general labor etc...
  • Rig up and rig down, pump maintenance, and all operations during pumping.
  • Conduct pump maintenance and ensure equipment is running properly and in compliance with standards.
  • Rig up Rig Down Pump Maintenance Run Acid and Sand and drive equipment
  • Pump maintenance changing seats and valves packing full rebuilt on fluid ends.

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41. Auxiliary Equipment

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Here's how Auxiliary Equipment is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate, adjust and maintain peripheral information technology and auxiliary equipment; monitors and responds to console messages.
  • Operate auxiliary equipment; sand handling equipment, delivery equipment and equipment associated with fluid transfer.
  • Operated, adjusted, maintained and performed minor maintenance to peripheral information technology and auxiliary equipment.
  • Operate auxiliary equipment and pump unit while maintaining excellent quality control according policies and procedures.
  • Operate assigned bulk and auxiliary equipment during well bore stimulation.
  • Perform maintenance on units and auxiliary equipment.
  • Operated bulk and auxiliary equipment.
  • Set up or operate auxiliary equipment, such as cutting, folding, plate-making, drilling, or laminating machines.
  • Identified, explained function and operated all auxiliary equipment, such as: Flat Bed, Acid Transport, Chemical.
  • Served 2 years of the electrical apprenticeship until a reduction of manpower moved me to the Auxiliary Equipment position.
  • Tended auxiliary equipment, such as jacks, slings, cables, and stop blocked, to facilitate moving items
  • Operate the nuclear plant auxiliary equipment other than from in the control room in a safe and reliable manner.
  • Operate two package boilers with 90,000 lbs/he output at 300 psi and all auxiliary equipment related to their operation.
  • Advance basic knowledge of operating, loading and unloading of bulk equipment and auxiliary equipment, including nitrogen equipment.
  • Assist with periodic inspections of auxiliary equipment as assigned adjusting temperatures, flow, pressure, etc.
  • Patrol the areas of operations and turned on or off auxiliary equipment according to shift supervisor instructions.
  • Job DescriptionI have to operate auxiliary equipment like; stake bed, acid transport and sand truck.
  • Operated front end loaders, dump truck, stump grinder, forklift and tractors with auxiliary equipment.
  • Monitor, operate, test, troubleshoot, and maintain nuclear power plant and auxiliary equipment.
  • Assist Unit operator in starting and securing boilers, turbines, and auxiliary equipment.

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42. Sewer Lines

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Here's how Sewer Lines is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Replace main residential sewer lines Responsible for operating equipment
  • Installed water services, pressure irrigation valves, sewer lines, storm drains, domestic water, and domestic water services.
  • Operated excavator, back hoe, front end loader and dump trucks in the repair and maintenance of sewer lines.
  • Repaired asphalt road ways, also performed underground locating of fiber optic lines, sewer lines, and gas lines
  • Determine locations of gas, telephone, power, television, water, and sewer lines prior to excavation.
  • Dig trenches to install and repair water and sewer lines.install and repair fire hydrants.install and repair water meters.
  • Excavate and back fill water service and sewer lines for maintenance and repair for residential and commercial properties.
  • Operate heavy equipment, install and repair water and sewer lines, pour and finish concrete.
  • Assisted in the repair and replacement of water/sewer services, fire hydrants, and water/sewer lines.
  • Excavated land, installed sewer lines and water pipes, recovered land, and grade.
  • Performed any duties requested such as cleaning out ditches, drains, and sewer lines.
  • Work in trenches with crews in making required repairs on water and sewer lines.
  • Assist in operation of tapping equipment to make taps in water or sewer lines.
  • Shoot grade and elevations for the installation of sewer lines and also road bores.
  • Installed waterlines, water meters, sewer lines, lagoons, and septic tanks.
  • Used Backhoe to dig up main water and sewer lines and repair them.
  • Performed various duties in the Waste Water Division which included hydro-jetting sewer lines.
  • Place new water and storm sewer lines, replace existing sanitary sewer lines.
  • Maintained the water and sewer lines for the Village of Fort Ann.
  • Locate underground water and sewer lines and expose using excavator and shovel.

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43. General Maintenance

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Here's how General Maintenance is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Back Hoe OperatorFlatbed OperatorTri-axle Dump Truck OperatorFour yard Front-end Loader OperatorSidewalk Formation and RepairAsphalt Road RepairStorm Water InstallerGeneral Maintenance
  • Position Description: Responsible for preventative maintenance and general maintenance Of automated equipment.
  • Rebuild pumps and provide general maintenance with demonstrated safety and quality assurance.
  • Performed safety inspections and general maintenance on assigned pieces of equipment.
  • Perform preventive and general maintenance on all equipment at required intervals.
  • Performed general maintenance on pumps and other equipment when necessary.
  • General maintenance of all equipment including rebuilds if necessary.
  • General Maintenance/Locomotive Crane Conductor and Heavy Equipment Operator
  • Performed general maintenance and upkeep of equipment.
  • Performed general maintenance of excavation equipment.
  • Perform general maintenance on forestry equipment.
  • General maintenance of crushing equipment.
  • Loaded, unloaded Missiles from trucks with Forklift, 80-ton cranes, general maintenance on Forklifts & front end Loaders, cranes
  • Dig graves with backhoe and attend to the other needs within the cemetery with general maintenance and upkeep.
  • Perform routine general maintenance of equipment, oil changes, filter light diagnostic work.
  • Perform general maintenance and repairs on all equipment, motioned various reports and records.
  • General maintenance on city buildings, streets, sidewalks, and other city property.
  • General Maintenance, landscaping and repair of the cemetery grounds, and mortuary facilities.
  • Perform general maintenance to the golf course in high detail for its members.
  • Carried out general maintenance tasks including painting, wood cutting and trash removal.

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44. Komatsu

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Here's how Komatsu is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated Dump Truck, Komatsu160, CAT305, CATd5, John Deer 420 Backhoe, and Dresser TD7.
  • Directed a research project to identify and eliminate repeated damage to the bed of the Komatsu 785 100 ton haul truck.
  • CAT 7495 Electric Rope Shovel, Hitachi EX 5500 & EX3500 Hydraulic Shovels, Komatsu 1200 wheel loader w/chains.
  • Operated 65 ton Komatsu haul truck to haul salt to the rock crushers.
  • Operated Komatsu Excavator and Loaders on the surface.
  • Used Komatsu 155XP to push materials into piles.
  • End loaders: Cat430E, 988F, 992C, 992D, 992G, 993K, Komatsu 600, 800, 900.
  • Worked on the shovel crew, operating a 930E Komatsu 360 ton Hal Patch rock truck hauling from P-H 4100 shovel.
  • Operated 994k,993k,992g loaders in production and coal, D10-D11 dozers and 777 to 830 komatsu rock trucks
  • Operated Komatsu haul truck, hauling tailings and dirt to specific locations.
  • operated 785 Komatsu trucks and some experience on D-10dozers.
  • CAT 16M Graders, D-10R&T, D-11T dozers, 834 RTD, EX 800 Komatsu.
  • Operated 980h and 992 Cat loader, and Komatsu 900 Loader to load salt and repair and maintain roadways.
  • Operate a variety of equipment such as Komatsu 600 loader, D65 dozer etc.
  • Operate Hyundai 757/747, Komatsu 320, 5600 Manitowoc, Gottwald 6400.
  • Alsooperated 930-320 ton Komatsu rock truck hauling from Bucyrus 495 shovel.
  • Present Ran D10T, D9T, D10N CAT DozersD65, D115 Komatsu Dozers Cat and Volvo lizard trucks
  • Cat trucks [ ] loader [ ] Deere, Cat, Komatsu, Hitachi, Linkbelt.
  • Present) Cat truck 740b Cat loader 966k Cat 321 excavator Cat 308 excavator Cat 613 scraper Komatsu truck

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45. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated equipment using Current GPS technology.
  • Operated and maintained CAT Challenger Mt800 tractor, ripper implement and GPS Unit for field prep for planting season.
  • Surveyed residential houses Surveyed large business properties Worked with GPS systems Worked with Total stations and Data collector
  • Have not worked with GPS but have experience with level, single and dual grade lasers.
  • Moved up to running the equipment, GPS locators, distance/ elevation equipment.
  • Used GPS system to navigate coordinates on 3D oil and gas grids.
  • Employed use of GPS, automated slope control on various equipment types.
  • Set grade for equipment using GPS equipment and locating various utilities.
  • Use Electronic Grade Controls and GPS software to get to grade level
  • Installed over 200 GPS tracking systems in large vehicles and equipment.
  • Removed old pipe and did exploratory digging to GPS underground objects.
  • Operated old and new tractors some with GPS auto steer.
  • Use of GPS for survey and positioning of equipment.
  • Set up and operate GPS control system in equipment.
  • Manage GPS satellite maintenance in agreement with Empire Machinery.
  • Set grades using GPS and laser level.
  • Utilized GPS Software and design plans.
  • Operated machinery with GPS systems.
  • Set up GPS for grade, perform misc.
  • Operated large state of the art machinery on an 8,000-acre vegetable farm using GPS and manual steering under limited supervision.

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46. General Labor

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Here's how General Labor is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • General labor equipment operator equipment maintenance
  • General labor when required for installation and removal of underground fuel storage tanks and above-ground dispensers.
  • Operate heavy equipment* Maintaining road construction* Performed other general laborer duties such as cutting trees
  • Provided general labor - big equipment operating for commercial sites - drainage structures installing
  • Performed duties and responsibilities of general laborer at waste facility.
  • Operated various construction equipment as well as general laboring.
  • Performed welding and provided general labor as required.
  • Operated heavy machinery and performed general labor duties.
  • General laborer, Landscaping crew leader, equipment operator
  • Performed general labor on family-owned fruit farm.
  • General laborer in a construction environment.
  • Bush hogged fields, general labor, operated various machinery, supervised of other employees that worked under me.
  • General laborer, snow plowing, machine operator, truck driver, front end loader, & backhoe operator.
  • Job Description: Equipment operator and general labor, I built Roads and pads Grade and developed sub divisions.
  • Lay pipes, fittings redoing structures by general labor or by operating backhoes, excavators and small equipment.
  • General laborer on marine construction projects to include piers, bulkheads, boat ramps, and rip-rap revetments.
  • Shuttle Car- Joy 10 center and end drive Scoop General labor, laying track, belt maintenance, supply
  • Worked as a general laborer and machine operator for a local landscaping company based out of South Milwaukee.
  • Experience in several areas of general labor, industrial equipment and various other labor tasks.
  • Operate and maintain heavy equipment as well as performing general labor tasks according to the job

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47. PPE

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Here's how PPE is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Organized mobile office, providing professional appearance during customer visits.
  • Mapped existing and potential pipeline locations.
  • Utilized proper PPE when operating machinery.
  • Wrapped finished pallets, then scanned in LP Bar codes, and loaded finished pallets onto trucks in the Shipping Department.
  • Operated various tractor trailer units including flatbed, nurse trailer, and hopper bottoms, 16 ton to 24 ton units.
  • Pull and prepare products for shipment per customer standards, ensure exact number and type of product is loaded and shipped.
  • Conform to company safety procedures, as well as adhering to other safety guidelines by implementing the use of PPE.
  • Scanned location, dropped product from location to floor, scanned label on product, scanned product back to location.
  • Prepared negatives, stats and electrostatic plates, as well as stripped and burned metal plates for various printing presses.
  • Train new crew members on how to strap acid correctly to ensure the proper amount is dropped into the well.
  • Preform maintenance on equipment for purposes of operation and neatness for proper appearance of inside and outside of equipment.
  • Locate gas, power and phone lines (fiber optic and copper) as well as other utility lines.
  • Operated jackhammers, mowers, brush chippers and other small equipment and tools to maintain street and utility systems.
  • Process errors in all aspects of warehouse functions so that proper selections of material is shipped to the customer.
  • Instructed teams of three to assemble products on pallets to be shipped to varying locations without error or damage.
  • Perform Emergency Operating Procedures up to and including the Appendix R Hot Shutdown Panel outside of the control room.
  • Operated and strapped Sand Chief ensuring proper measurements of sand per compartment, independently or with team of 2.
  • Pulled and prepared product for shipment ensuring that the exact number and type of product was loaded and shipped.
  • Operated maintenance and repair machinery such as Dixie chopper and Hustler mowers, trimmers and other various power tools.
  • Cut brass and copper with a chop saw and then separated into different bins to maximize company profit.

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48. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Performed duties under general supervision within scope of general company policies, procedures and objectives.
  • Interpreted transportation regulations, safety regulations, or company policies and procedures for workers.
  • Maintain operational compliance safely and according to company policies.
  • Conduct daily routine check of expired dates on all chemicals Maintained a clean and working environment according to company policies and procedures
  • Compile and organize records, logs, and forms throughout shifts to accurately account for all materials processed according company policies.
  • Practice safe driving procedures when traveling to and from locations, following company policies, customer policies and state laws.
  • Complied with all regulatory, environmental, and safety rules and standards, as well as company policies throughout tenure.
  • Follow s proper rigging up/down and operate s equipment in accordance with company policies and procedures.
  • Followed all safety rules required under Halliburton as well as company policies on locations and yards.
  • Complied with company policies, procedures, standard of ethics, and ensured freight quality and integrity
  • Performed daily tasks in a safe and workman like manner in accordance with company policies.
  • Ensured compliance with company policies and procedures to provide a safe work environment.
  • Observed company policies and followed all safety guidelines per the certification with OHSA
  • Maintain and secure all equipment as directed by company policies and procedures.
  • Evaluated employees to ensure compliance with company policies and FAA regulations.
  • Perform daily safety checklist on equipment in compliance with company policies.
  • Comply with all safety rules and company policies of Performance Technologies.
  • Complied with all company policies, procedures, and standards.
  • Operate various equipment in safe manor according to company policies.
  • Ensured compliance with company policies, safety and maintenance procedures.

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49. CPR

low Demand
Here's how CPR is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Obtained CPR certification as well as Forklift Certification
  • DOT certified, CPO certified, Confined Space certified, and CPR, AED, and First Aid certified.
  • Certified man lift operator and CPR, also acquired Class A CDL and tankers license.
  • Attend a yearly eight hour MSHA approved First-Aid, CPR, and safety class.
  • Completed CPR basic first aid, OSHA 10 requirements, and fire safety.
  • Certified in CPR, Mine Safety, Fire Prevention, Explosives Handling.
  • Tasked with operation of Pumps, FracPro, Hydration and Chemical skid.
  • Maintained CPR, Fire Brigade, and confined space rescue qualifications.
  • Received training and certification in first aid and CPR.
  • Received Forklift, CPR and first aid certifications.
  • Fork lift certified as well as CPR certified.
  • Certified in CPR, and Confined Space Rescue.
  • Obtain and maintain CPR and First Aid Certification.
  • Certified CPR/ First Aid Instructor.
  • Confined space rescue, CPR, and First Aid trained.
  • Trained in First Aid, CPR and AED's.
  • Completed 1st Responder Certification and CPR Certification.
  • Passed numerous CBT programs each year Trained in firefighting, SCBA, CPR and basic first aid
  • Completed safety training through AAA, Amerada Hess, DOT, CPR and First Aid.
  • Received numerous certifications from cpr to operating forklifts and man baskets and sky tracks.

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50. Fluid Levels

low Demand
Here's how Fluid Levels is used in Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Crane Oilier, Man-lift/Elevator Operator, daily use of grease gun, all fittings and maintain correct fluid levels equipment specific.
  • Maintain fluid levels on all greaser systems and hydraulic oil systems by checking levels before and after every stage.
  • Traveled to job locations to monitor water and fluid levels of all chemicals being used on site.
  • Check fuel and oil levels, hydraulic fluid levels, as well as coolant levels, etc.
  • Performed routine maintenance on haul truck: oil change, monitor fluid levels, and fuel.
  • Tasked with keeping a meticulous log of running hours, equipment efficiency, and fluid levels.
  • Inspected drives, motors, and belts, check fluid levels, or other maintenance action.
  • Completed basic maintenance and service of equipment (including greasing and checking fluid levels).
  • Maintained equipment through daily inspection including checking fluid levels and filling with gasoline as needed.
  • Light Maintenance on equipment, including changing tires, lubing, checking fluid levels etc.
  • Inspected loading equipment for damage, cleanliness, fluid levels and safety systems.
  • Maintained loader such as checking fluid levels and day-to-to greasing of the machine.
  • Monitored sound waves generating or detecting mechanisms to determine well fluid levels.
  • Experience with hand tools and fluid levels on the machines.
  • Checked fluid levels, tire pressures, and lights.
  • Ensured that all trucks fluid levels were properly maintained.
  • Check oil level on pumps and fluid levels.
  • Check equipment and fluid levels daily.
  • Check all fluid levels of equipment.
  • Check fluid levels and change filters.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Equipment Operator

Heavy Equipment14.5%
Safety Meetings12.3%
Dozer10.1%
Backhoe8.7%
Unload Trucks7%
Dump Truck6.6%
Frac4.8%
Sand4.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Equipment Operator

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
11.6%
11.6%
2
2
Safety Meetings
Safety Meetings
9.8%
9.8%
3
3
Dozer
Dozer
8%
8%
4
4
Backhoe
Backhoe
6.9%
6.9%
5
5
Unload Trucks
Unload Trucks
5.6%
5.6%
6
6
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
5.3%
5.3%
7
7
Frac
Frac
3.8%
3.8%
8
8
Sand
Sand
3.6%
3.6%
9
9
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
3.6%
3.6%
10
10
Excavators
Excavators
2.9%
2.9%
11
11
Forklifts
Forklifts
2.9%
2.9%
12
12
CDL
CDL
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
Job Site
Job Site
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
2.1%
2.1%
15
15
Water Truck
Water Truck
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Bobcat
Bobcat
1.7%
1.7%
17
17
Haul Trucks
Haul Trucks
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
Track Hoe
Track Hoe
1.7%
1.7%
19
19
Equipment Operation
Equipment Operation
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Osha
Osha
1.2%
1.2%
21
21
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Front End Loader
Front End Loader
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
High Pressure
High Pressure
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Motor Grader
Motor Grader
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Snow Removal
Snow Removal
1%
1%
27
27
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Skid Steers
Skid Steers
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Tractor Trailers
Tractor Trailers
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Hazmat
Hazmat
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Line Boss
Line Boss
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
John Deere
John Deere
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Hydration Unit
Hydration Unit
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Water Lines
Water Lines
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Caterpillar
Caterpillar
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Different Types
Different Types
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Traffic Control
Traffic Control
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Crew Members
Crew Members
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Pump Maintenance
Pump Maintenance
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Auxiliary Equipment
Auxiliary Equipment
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Sewer Lines
Sewer Lines
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
General Maintenance
General Maintenance
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Komatsu
Komatsu
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
GPS
GPS
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
General Labor
General Labor
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
PPE
PPE
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
CPR
CPR
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Fluid Levels
Fluid Levels
0.4%
0.4%

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