Top Heavy Equipment Operator Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Heavy Equipment Operator. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Heavy Equipment Operator resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.2% of Heavy Equipment Operator resumes contained Dozer as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Heavy Equipment Operator actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Dozer

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Here's how Dozer is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated bulldozer and track excavator.
  • Job description: Operating bulldozer, loader and high cab grappling excavator in the operation of a demolitions recycling plant.
  • Operated heavy machinery, such as front-end loaders, graders, and bulldozers, in support of an engineer battalion.
  • Drive bulldozers, road graders, and other heavy equipment to cut and level earth for runways and roadbeds.
  • Operate equipment such as bulldozers haul truck and graters in the displacement of dirt rock and other earthen material.
  • Operate a rock truck and a bulldozer in the reclamation of a mine, temporary position.
  • Installed gravity sewer main including man holes, installed water mainline and services, bulldozer work
  • Operated various types of heavy equipment; including graders, bulldozers, cranes, etc.
  • Operated bulldozers, cranes, graders and other heavy equipment to complete construction projects.
  • Operated D9 Bulldozers on affected areas of Gulf Coast Beaches due to Oil Spill.
  • Operated John Deer finishing bulldozer for reconstruction of rail road system in refinery.
  • Operated bulldozer, loader, excavator and landfill packer for recycling industry.
  • Operate bulldozers and heavy haul off-road trucks on a surface coal mine.
  • Drive straight or articulated tractors equipped with accessories such as bulldozer blades.
  • Fastened bulldozer blade and other attachment to tractor, using hitches.
  • Run D10 and D11 Bulldozer pushing material into rock crushing plant.
  • Operated a bulldozer to properly deploy products as requested by contractor.
  • Operate excavator, bulldozer, and off-road trucks mining sand and gravel
  • Operated power construction equipment such as bulldozers, front-end loaders.
  • Operated D4 to D8 bulldozers grading dirt and building terraces.

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2. Backhoe

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Here's how Backhoe is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated boom truck/backhoe also operated heavy machines.
  • Operate heavy machinery such as excavator, backhoe, bulldozer, scraper, Forklift, roller, dump truck, etc.
  • Asphalt operator utilizing steal drum roller, rubber tire roller backhoe, skid loader: skid loader w/milling attachment, broom tractor
  • Operate various heavy machinery such as backhoe, bulldozer, skid steer, and track hoe for residential basement building.
  • Operated backhoes, wheel loaders, and three axle dump trucks in a safe and efficient manner at all times.
  • Operate track hoes and backhoes to install different sizes and types of pipe that is needed for that specific job.
  • Operate gasoline and diesel equipment suck as sweepers, loaders, and backhoes in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Followed grade stakes (rough and finish grade) with excavator, bulldozer and backhoe with and without GPS.
  • Operated a range of equipment; backhoe, track hoe, mower, welder, and other power tools.
  • Front End Loader, Backhoe, and Bobcat operation primarily for snow removal of the base mountain areas.
  • Operated backhoes to excavate roots of trees from the ground and for pipes to be laid down.
  • Seasoned Heavy Duty Equipment Operator (excavator, loader, backhoe, skid steer, grader)
  • Operated and maintained heavy equipment (cherry picker, backhoe, bulldozer, hydraulic crane).
  • Operated backhoe, front-end loader, excavator, skid steer, bulldozer, and hall truck.
  • Operated equipment including: Mill Machine, front end loader, backhoe, & track hoe.
  • Operated heavy equipment including track-hoes, backhoes, bulldozers, front-end loaders, and graders.
  • General laborer, operate Lull, backhoe, bobcat and did some finish carpentry work.
  • Lead Operator of Heavy Machinery (Excavator, Backhoe, On-Site Tri-Axel, etc.)
  • Loaded material in trailer using Backhoe Loader, covered trailers and staged them for dispatch.
  • Operated front end loader, excavator, backhoe, skid steer, mini ex.

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3. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Assisted dynamite blaster by loading holes and monitoring safety procedures including roadblocks and clearing site personnel.
  • Perform general operator level maintenance to all equipment, following all safety procedures.
  • Promote safety awareness and compliance with all applicable safety procedures and regulations.
  • Followed and supported proper safety procedures to ensure a safe working environment.
  • Received multiple safety awards for following safety procedures and wearing proper PPE
  • Developed and implemented safety procedures and protocols for work section.
  • Experience on safety procedures to performing daily inspections of equipment.
  • Observe department policies and safety procedures while operating heavy equipment.
  • Monitor troop welfare and enforce safety procedures throughout daily operations.
  • Maintain all documentation regarding safety meetings and safety procedures.
  • Adhered to all safety procedures while operating heavy equipment.
  • Operate appropriate equipment and enforce safety procedures and standards.
  • Explained and demonstrated safety procedures and safety equipment use.
  • Maintain inventory and practice safety procedures for storing equipment.
  • Follow safety procedures according to safety work place guidelines.
  • Be proficient in explosive operations and safety procedures.
  • Performed equipment maintenance, Followed all safety procedures.
  • Loaded and unloaded vehicles using proper safety procedures.
  • Accomplished team maintenance, operations and safety procedures.
  • Perform equipment maintenance and advanced safety procedures.

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4. Unload Trucks

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Here's how Unload Trucks is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Unload trucks -Stack logs-Inspects for bad wood-Track cable crane hydraulic/electric-Knuckle boom-Sharp chain experience-Front end loader-Jockey truck
  • Unload TrucksLoad TrucksPick MerchandisePut away merchandise
  • Harvest pallets and rolls of grass, fork lift operator, load and unload trucks clean up crew, some mechanical work
  • Unload trucks, loaded trucks with supplies, took orders, maintain rock piles with the smaller pieces of equipment.
  • Used many types of equipment on a daily basis to load and unload trucks, rail cars, and ships.
  • Load and unload trucks, roll off truck on landfill property, Flag traffic and set up work zones.
  • Used backhoe to load and unload trucks of material and place the material in a lay down yard.
  • Load and unload trucks and trailers allocating piping in different sections of projects, plants and pipe racks.
  • Load and unload trucks with front-end loader and backhoe and level the ground with a bulldozer.
  • Load and unload trucks, or help others loading/unloading, operating any special equipment as necessary.
  • Load and unload trucks, crush and cut all metals, separate and organize scrap piles.
  • Run heavy equipment to load and unload trucks as well as load the processing equipment.
  • Load and unload trucks as well as trailers with excavators, forklifts, and hands.
  • Unload trucks loaded with concrete, wood or metal piles with crane or track hoe.
  • Operate heavy equipment in a safe and secure manner to load and unload trucks.
  • Fueled and Operated the Forklift on a Daily Basis to Load and Unload Trucks.
  • Maintain receiving area; Operate forklift, unload trucks, Distribute merchandise throughout warehouse.
  • Load and unload trucks and keep yard/warehouse stocked, and organize bins.
  • Load and unload trucks with fork truck, operate back hoe.
  • Service production lines, unload rail cars, load and unload trucks

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5. Dump Truck

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Here's how Dump Truck is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Interpret blueprints, operate and preform daily checks on back-hoe/track-hoe/front-end loader/dump truck
  • Retain military licensing to operate vehicles including dump trucks and tractor-trailers.
  • Operated an articulated dump truck under state regulations.
  • Operate heavy construction equipment such as front end loader, tractor trailer, dump truck, and other heavy construction equipment.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as, scraper, loader, roller, bulldozer, 10 ton/20 ton dump truck and compactor.
  • Operate 330E Volvo Excavator to load on road dump trucks with final processed and dried material to be shipped off site.
  • Experience on everything from back loader, bobcat, dump trucks, excavator, front-end loader and other heavy construction equipment.
  • Operated various pieces of heavy equipment such as 10 and 20 ton loader, bulldozer, 20 ton dump truck.
  • Certified and operated articulating dump truck, operated roller, excavator, front-end loader, track loader and grade work.
  • Work within city limits and also at the city's landfill with tracked loaders and three axle dump trucks.
  • Operate 40 ton dump truck and ensure all construction projects provided by management were completed within time frame specified.
  • Trained to remove and clear beaver dams and traps, fire hazard areas and creek beds using dump trucks.
  • Job entailed: on site payroll clerk, end dump truck driver, roller operator, loader operator.
  • Sign tickets for dump truck drivers * Operate a roller on dirt, sand, gravel, etc.
  • Operated front end loader, cement mixer, dump truck, man lift, skid steer, scrapper.
  • Operated front end loader to load dump trucks as the would come in to purchase material from the company
  • Snow removal with the use of salt spreader and straight edge plow on a 10-wheel dump truck.
  • Operated a bull Dozier, excavator, off road dump truck, wheel loader, and backhoe.
  • Operated 725 series off road dump trucks transporting cover and fill dirt and other landfill duties.
  • Operated the wood loader, dump trucks, and all other pieces of equipment as needed.

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6. Excavators

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Here's how Excavators is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated excavators large and small in various construction operations.
  • Operated track hydraulic excavators in different specialty tasks.
  • Operate loaders and excavators for underground utilities.
  • Operated excavators, bulldozers and skid loaders
  • Operated various types of heavy equipment including but not limited to: D41 and D65 bulldozers, 200 and 270 Excavators.
  • Operate all heavy equipment like excavators, bulldozers, front end loader, roller, skid steer and other related equipment.
  • Operated heavy, motorized equipment used in earth moving operations including, graders, loaders, scrapers, and excavators.
  • Operated Bulldozers, Excavators, Backhoes, Rollers, Off road trucks, Tire and Track Loaders, and Tractors.
  • Operate hydraulic excavators excavating ditches for 16" water line and also around live fiber optic and electric lines.
  • Operate bulldozers, road graders, earth scrapers, backhoes, front loaders, dump trucks and hydraulic excavators.
  • Operated wide variety of equipment including bulldozers, excavators, trucks, forklift, loaders and basic hand tools.
  • Trained in the use of and maintained large construction equipment (excavators, graders, loaders, etc.)
  • Operated various types and sizes of heavy equipment including bulldozers, front end loaders, excavators and haulage trucks.
  • Operate and maintain heavy equipment including road graders, excavators, backhoes, bulldozers, and dump trucks.
  • Helped maintain maintenance in daily operations of various heavy equipment such as backhoes, excavators and bob cats.
  • Operate bulldozers, road graders, hydraulic excavators, scrapers, and other heavy equipment to level earth.
  • Hauled construction equipment in 15 eastern states equipment ranging from rubber tired backhoes to large cranes and excavators.
  • Operated several pieces of heavy equipment (crawler tractors, dump trucks, excavators, etc.)
  • Worked on a number of different types of equipment ranging from 416E Backhoe Loaders to 330 CL Excavators
  • Operated bulldozers, dump trucks, excavators, backhoes, and scrappers for residential and commercial site preparation

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7. Front End Loader

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Here's how Front End Loader is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated track excavator and front end loaders for residential Foundation excavations.
  • Operated excavator, front end loader, bobcat, screening plant as well as various hand tools on a daily basis.
  • Operated a front end loader, while feeding and maintaining a gravel plant, loading trucks and repairing equipment as needed.
  • Contracted out to help Steel Mill dispose of molten steel using heavy machinery to include pot hauler and front end loader.
  • Operated a front end loader unloading mats and loading those onto an off road dump truck or stock piled them.
  • Moved & Loaded moved rail cars, crane maintenance, moved steel with front end loader, cut scrap with torches
  • Operate Pay Loaders, Front End Loaders on water and land, Bulldozers, Bob Cats, and Skid Steers.
  • Operate heavy machinery, including front end loader and skid-steer loader, in the installation of utilities and road construction
  • Experienced on a skid steer and forklift and apprenticing on the front end loader, excavator and cherry picker.
  • Loaded sand in dump trailers with front end loader and also recycled drilling mud by mixing with dirt and chemicals
  • Operated heavy equipment such as: front end loaders, excavators, bulldozers, tub grinders and screening plants.
  • Provided snow plowing services to commercial clients in congested areas using a pickup truck and front end loader.
  • Preformed various tasks using front end loaders such as setup and tear down of crusher and screen plants.
  • Operated front end loader on the yard for the production of feeding the slag plant and loading customers.
  • Skilled in operating a front end loader used to aggregate the rocks and sand into the batch plant.
  • Used forklift, case loader, front end loader and the bobcat to transport materials that was received.
  • Operate excavator, front end loader and forklift to put up & take down construction barricades and ramps.
  • Operated front end loader equipped to move materials around a warehouse, storage yard, construction site.
  • Moved $200,00.00 solar panels with Skid Steer, Front End Loader, and tractor trailer combo.
  • Moved up to a heavy machine operator which included Front End Loader, Backhoe and Skid Steer.

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8. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated heavy equipment and performed daily preventative maintenance checks and services to ensure maximum performance and up-keep.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on site when weather conditions were other than favorable to continue heavy equipment operations.
  • Enhanced mission success by implementing operational planning and preventative maintenance schedule to all heavy and light equipment.
  • Managed preventative maintenance schedules, and developed maintenance program to maintain value and operational excellence of equipment.
  • Perform Preventative maintenance on equipment to ensure assigned units are in safe and proper operating condition.
  • Repair and maintenance of trucks and heavy equipment including preventative maintenance servicing and maintaining service records.
  • Perform all daily preventative maintenance and safety checks according to equipment manufacturers recommendations and company procedures.
  • Complete preventative maintenance on machinery and assist Millwrights and Electricians with repairs and general maintenance.
  • Performed comprehensive preventative maintenance on the trucks as well as unscheduled repairs during convoy operations.
  • Participated in preventative maintenance programs for heavy equipment performing daily, weekly, monthly inspections.
  • Ensured proper working order of equipment by conducting routine inspections and preventative maintenance programs.
  • Conducted preventative maintenance on equipment as well as kept mechanic informed of mechanical issues.
  • Scheduled preventative maintenance for 77 pieces of heavy equipment, maintaining daily operational readiness.
  • Develop and organize preventative maintenance and safety inspection for all facilities and equipment.
  • Conducted daily inspections and preventative maintenance of equipment to ensure safe daily operations.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on production machinery and facilities according to preventative maintenance schedules.
  • Conducted routine equipment inspections and preventative maintenance on equipment; maintains accurate records.
  • Conducted preventative maintenance check systems on a weekly basis on heavy construction equipment.
  • General Shop mechanic responsible for maintaining all heavy equipment including preventative maintenance.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and minor repairs to motorized vehicles and equipment operated.

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9. Grade Stakes

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Here's how Grade Stakes is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Observe hand signals, grade stakes, or other markings when operating machines so that work can be performed to specifications.
  • Set and read grade stakes to construct roads, parking lots, building pads, landfills and sediment ponds.
  • Interpret information on grade stakes to insure the sub base and base layers are at the right levels.
  • Listen to what I was supposed to do, read my grade stakes and start working safely.
  • Install grade stakes using a laser, and read grade-stakes already in place for future development.
  • Interpret grade stakes, blue prints and construction specifications for substation layout and construction.
  • Interpreted information on grade stakes, finished slopes, and mixed soil stabilization materials.
  • Observed hand signals, grade stakes and others markings when operating heavy machinery.
  • Observed hand signals, grade stakes, or other markings when operating machines.
  • Measured distances from grade stakes, driving stakes and stretching tight line.
  • Interpret grade stakes, construction prints, soil properties, and surveying.
  • Interpreted information on grade stakes to assure that work was done properly.
  • Analyze the information on grade stakes and leveling grade to correct dimension.
  • Set grade stakes, using chalk-marked excavation reference points on stake.
  • Excavate soil, relocate soil, install fill to grade stakes.
  • Fallowed blueprints and read grade stakes to accurately construct the project.
  • Set and read grade stakes to construct roads and building pads.
  • Interpreted information on grade stakes, placing or replacing grade stakes.
  • Set grade stakes, complete project time and material estimation charts.
  • Learned to read and interpret grade stakes and grade rods.

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10. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Promoted to heavy equipment operator with increased responsibilities to coordinate with project engineers to effectively deliver job related materials.
  • Perform preventive maintenance on hydraulic systems which include assisting heavy equipment mechanics in replacement of hydraulic hoses and gaskets.
  • Operated all heavy equipment and fueled and maintained equipment as necessary for construction of underground wet utility pipelines.
  • Operated heavy equipment, troubleshoot mechanical problems and repaired when possible; installation commercial and residential;
  • Job Responsibilities: Operated heavy equipment and supervised daily operations of utility crew with daily reports.
  • Cleaned heavy equipment as scheduled and/or required and ensured machinery was safely and securely stored.
  • Operated all heavy equipment as necessary for the construction of underground utility pipeline projects.
  • Ensured heavy equipment was safely secured and stored and performed minor quality control operations.
  • Trained employees on heavy equipment utilizing PowerPoint presentations combined with hands-on field training.
  • Experience heavy equipment and forklift operator and warehouse supervisor and production tech.
  • Operated all heavy equipment necessary for site development and construction of pipelines.
  • Supervised 40 heavy equipment operators and mechanics with daily operations and readiness.
  • Operate heavy equipment to facilitate the installation of underground piping systems.
  • Coordinate and supervise engineers, contractors, and other heavy equipment operators
  • Operated all heavy equipment for commercial construction safely and efficiently.
  • Operated and maintained heavy equipment on mass excavation projects.
  • Provided heavy equipment safety and operator training of personnel.
  • Operated a variety of heavy equipment do mainly residential work
  • Maintain health, safety and environment Heavy Equipment Operator
  • Operated heavy equipment on commercial and residential jobs.

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11. Water Truck

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Here's how Water Truck is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated heavy machinery, including scrapers and water trucks/wagons.
  • Operated 5000 gallon water truck -Operated Caterpillar scraper truck
  • Operate water truck, off-road truck, backhoe, excavator, dozier, front-end loader, roller, and dump truck.
  • Hauled material/debris from mining sites to dump areas; drove water trucks for dust control; removed rocks; maintained roads.
  • Earth Moving Machinery that I operated were the Excavator, Back Hoe, Water Truck, Back Roller and Dump Truck.
  • Operated: Drove Water trucks, operated CASE Super-L and Super-M Backhoe, CASE Excavator CX-175, & CASE Front-End Loader-725.
  • Operate other equipment including: grader, water truck, dump truck and other equipment and vehicles on an occasional basis.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as 92 ton haul trucks, water trucks, and vibratory compactor for an aggregate mining corporation.
  • Engaged in various duties in and around work site including operating Loader, Tracker hoe, backhoe, and Water Truck.
  • Operate equipment including front end loader, back hoe, bobcat, excavator, forklift, water truck and street sweeper.
  • Operated the following equipment: loader, excavator, box blade, water truck, dump truck, and back how.
  • Operate Excavator, Front end-loader and Water Truck * Put in Wet Utilities for new development * Built roads for new development
  • Process fill and base material with both water truck and rollers with little to no supervision, including dealing with inspectors.
  • Operated a variety of wheeled or tracked construction or maintenance equipment, such as bulldozers, backhoes and water trucks.
  • Operated Grove RT cranes, Bobcats, Dump trucks and Semi water trucks during the construction of the Oil Refinery.
  • Operate heavy machinery including track hoe, front end loader, back hoe, water truck, and water pull.
  • Operated heavy machinery, such as, track hoe, bobcat, sweeper, water truck and rock truck.
  • Experience in off road water truck, off road dump truck, use of wheel loader and track loader.
  • Operate ling and heavy construction equipment such as loaders 966, bobcat S300, water trucks, and excavator.
  • Operated equipment such as a road grader, backhoe, bobcat, belly dump trailers and water trucks.

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12. Haul Trucks

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Here's how Haul Trucks is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate 988K, 980K, and 990K front end loaders as required to load haul trucks and customer trucks as required.
  • Operated and maintained large pieces of quarrying equipment, such as haul trucks, loaders, excavators and blast hole drills.
  • Loaded haul trucks for crusher or for stock piles or rail load out, and load rail cars and batch plants.
  • Use Cat 336 excavator to feed the shaker to filter red clay or to load Cat 745C haul trucks.
  • Wash plant operator 4-year coal yard / wash plant lead man Heavy equipment operator including front-end loader and haul trucks
  • Operate a Cat 345b to dig out drainage ditches and to brake large rock to fit in haul trucks.
  • Job duties included hauling materials from the pit to the plant, and loading haul trucks with shot rock.
  • Operated bulldozers, excavators, haul trucks, skid loaders, roller, and also drove dump truck.
  • Operate heavy equipment including loaders, Euclid's, haul trucks, fuel truck and other company vehicles.
  • Operated crushing plant, fed crusher, loaded haul trucks, and load finished products for highway trucks.
  • Operate Loader to load materials into Haul trucks to haul to Crusher, Waste and Leech Dump sites.
  • Operate heavy equipment- front end loader, haul trucks, skid loader, man-lift, and track hoes.
  • Operated 966K Cat front-end loader to do mining, feed crusher, load haul trucks and commercial trucks.
  • Build and Maintain Roads for Large Haul TrucksConstruct Runoff PondsService Maintain and Repair All Heavy EquipmentLand Reclamation
  • Worked in the quarry loading haul trucks with lime rock to be crushed for DOT material.
  • Operated various equipment such as front loaders, haul trucks, skid steer and track excavators.
  • Operated with high efficiency up to 220 tone haul trucks on a 12 hour rotating basis.
  • Load haul trucks with 988 loader use skid steers to load cable on reel trailers.
  • Run 980H and Volvo 220L front-end loaders to feed jaw crusher and load haul trucks.
  • Operate loaders, graders and haul trucks when needed to assure production requirements are met.

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13. Motor Grader

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Here's how Motor Grader is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated heavy equipment.including motor graders, heavy loaders.
  • Operated the following equipment: a track hoe, motor grader, front end loader, skid steer, and forklift.
  • Operated heavy duty construction equipment which included loaders, motor graders, bulldozers, and scrapers for crushing and hauling materials.
  • Worked on the reclaiming crew, operating bulldozers, loaders, motor graders, excavators, swivel trucks and other machines.
  • Operated equipment including: Bulldozer, rock truck and road grader Operated power construction equipment such as motor graders, bulldozers.
  • Leveled and compacted 10,000 sq ft area for MRE storage building using motor graders, front end loaders, and rollers.
  • Operate Motor Graders, Loader, Sand Trucks, Push Plows and Snow Blowers in the removal of snow from roadways.
  • Maintained All Rural Roads and Ditches Within The District Via Motor Grader, Backhoe, Loader, Skid Steer, etc.
  • Operated excavator/track hoe, bulldozer, backhoe, motor grader, skid steer, and roller at various sites.
  • Operated power construction equipment such as motor graders, bulldozers, compressors, pumps, shovels and front-end loaders.
  • Operate bulldozer, excavator, and motor grader, drive haul trucks, built slope grading with D6 bulldozer.
  • Snow removal utilizing motor graders for excavating and snow removal for the City of Lincoln in winter months.
  • Operated front-end loaded, skid steer loaded, motor grader, off road dump truck and water truck.
  • Operated heavy equipment, including Wood Chipper, motor graders, heavy loaders, and head rig operator.
  • Help develop military roads utilizing backhoe, motor grader, compactor, front end loader, 50ton crane.
  • Operated heavy equipment including Scraper, Bulldozer, Farm Tractor, Motor Grader, Compactor and Excavator.
  • Operated motor grader, skid steer, back-hoe, excavator, vibratory rollers, and tractor brooms.
  • Operate motor grader to smooth haul roads for dump trucks and ramps into mining pits and stockpile.
  • Operated self loading scraper, front end loader, rubber tired backhoe, excavator and motor grader.
  • Operate bulldozer, motor grader, and excavator for the Private Grade Division and Heavy Highway Division.

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14. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Obtained necessary certifications and training required by customers for facility and job site operation procedures and safety.
  • Managed numerous customer job sites safely and efficiently thought Peoria Illinois.
  • Delivered necessary equipment and materials to job sites using company trucks.
  • Conducted job site safety inspections and promoted safety awareness among workers.
  • Performed excavation operations at various residential and industrial job sites.
  • Managed job sites and assisted with estimating
  • Operated equipment and supervised job sites
  • Acted as a company CDL driver that safely loaded and unloaded and carried heavy construction equipment to and from job site.
  • Manage the job site and ensure everything is done in the amount of time given and to the highest quality possible.
  • Operated truck with trailer howling heavy equipment and dump trucks to the job site, in a safe and professional manner.
  • Deliver trucks and supplies to job sites, repair ground cables and make new ones, test hot sticks for certification.
  • Estimated projects and performed bids; organized job sites and ordered and coordinated the delivery of materials and equipment.
  • Work with OSHA to ensure proper safety measures were being on each job site as required and necessary.
  • Operated heavy construction equipment for demolition and rebuilding on job sites for TVA and Army Corp of Engineers.
  • Job site inspection of structures, materials, and equipment to ensure quality assurance and applicable safety concerns.
  • Planned routes to take to and from job sites without any loss of personnel and damage to equipment.
  • Gathered and loaded waste from job sites onto trucks for waste removal, and transport waste appropriate location.
  • Worked on this project from start to finish as lead operator and lead man on job sites.
  • Transport heavy equipment & powered/air/hydraulics/hand tool with trailers and haul them from job site to job site.
  • Transport crew safely and efficiently to and from job sites outside of the village and man camp.

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15. Forklifts

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Here's how Forklifts is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Performed fleet management responsibilities for five assigned General Services Administration and five 10K all-terrain forklifts, including preventive maintenance.
  • Performed daily inspections of forklifts and heavy machine equipment to ensure compliance with safety regulations.
  • Operated many forms of equipment including forklifts safely.
  • Job duties included operating excavators and forklifts.
  • Operated various equipment including tractors, backhoes, front end loaders, dump trucks, forklifts and front skid steer loaders.
  • Operated heavy equipment including, but limited to, backhoe, excavators, bobcats, forklifts, trucks and wheel loaders.
  • Implemented safety regulations for both state and national levels while training others to operate forklifts and correctly load and unload trucks.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as man lifts, sky tracks, front end loaders, track hoes, and industrial forklifts.
  • Operated equipment such as: 2 ton trucks, augers, tractors, articulating front end loaders, backhoes and forklifts.
  • Operated front end loaders and forklifts to load, unload, and separate scrap the government has taken out of service.
  • Operated many types of loaders, backhoes, skid steers, forklifts and other heavy machinery, three axle dump trucks.
  • Skilled in the operation of forklifts, excavators, loaders, and steer skids to assist in the completion of tasks.
  • Operate semi-tractor trailer, electrical, diesel, or gasoline-powered forklifts to move, place or transport material and equipment.
  • Operated both forklifts and heavy equipment, Assisted brick masons ; poured concrete ; utilized all basic construction tools and equipment
  • Operated heavy equipment such as, front end track loaders, excavators, articulated dump trumps, forklifts, backhoes.
  • Operate heavy machinery such as forklifts to move materials and items from receiving and storage areas to production floor areas.
  • Drive motor vehicles, forklifts, warehouse tractors, etc., to and from maintenance shops for pickup and delivery.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as, backhoe, front end loader, forklifts, excavators, and haul trucks.
  • Operated heavy equipment ranging from 6K forklifts to 55 ton retches to offload and upload any mission required equipment.
  • Operated and inspected equipment which consists of front end loaders, excavators, forklifts, man-lifts and towing vessel.

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16. Scrapers

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Here's how Scrapers is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated and maintained heavy equipment specifically but not limited to Cat scrapers.
  • Operated bulldozers, compactors, and scrapers for residential land development
  • Operated scrapers in push-pull operation as-well-as independently.
  • Operated articulating tractor with three pan scrapers
  • Operated scrapers in push-cat operations.
  • Operated the following equipment: 150 ton end-dump, 150 ton haulers for the coal mines, pan tractor, scrapers.
  • Operated heavy equipment including a variety of farm tractors with scrapers, excavators, bulldozers, loaders, and CAT 777.
  • Operate all heavy equipment in a safe and efficient way such as Graders, scrapers, bulldozers and backhoe loaders.
  • Operated Heavy Equipment: Bulldozers (D3-D9), Excavators, Bobcats, Backhoes and Scrapers for grading and sloping.
  • Ground guide for dump trucks, front end leaders, back hoe loaders, hydraulic excavators, graders and scrapers.
  • Operated Scrapers, water pulls, rock trucks and compactors for my first two years of employment with the company.
  • Operate equipment including backhoes, skip loaders, bobcats, excavators, scrapers, water trucks and dump trucks.
  • Operate blade on haul roads for trucks; blade with scrapers in fill areas and maintain scrapers haul roads.
  • Operated heavy construction equipment such as 5ton dump trucks, Grader, Front end loader, Scrapers and Bulldozers.
  • Operated equipment in excess of 20 tons to include; bobcats, tanks, scrapers and mobile heavy lifts.
  • Operated forklifts, loaders, scrapers, haul pack, paddle wheel scraper, backhoe and excavator.
  • Operated and repaired all bulldozers, excavators, loaders, scrapers, graders, backhoes & cranes.
  • Operated a bulldozer and pull behind scrapers to properly remove sand from various areas for flood relief.
  • Operate front loaders, 615 and 623 Scrapers and 6x6 Water Trucks to grade and demo land.
  • Operated scrapers, backhoes, loaders, bulldozer, dump truck, forklift, road grader.

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17. Bobcat

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Here's how Bobcat is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated Excavator *Operated Bobcat *Shot Grade *Underground Utility Pipe *Assisted With customer service
  • Operated heavy equipment including forklift and Bobcat.
  • Operated tractors bobcat and heavy farm equipment
  • Include using Track-hoe, Front-end loader and Bobcats to move cargo and material around in the belly of ships cargo holes.
  • Qualified on variety of track and rubber tire equipment as well as vacuum truck, dump truck, bobcat and forklift.
  • Operated smaller dump trucks, some heavy equipment to include Bobcat models of Excavator, Skid-steer loader, and some accessories.
  • Moved train cars around yard; built trains; operated bobcats, loaders, fork trucks, and over-head hoist system.
  • Job duties consisted of operating bobcats; front end loaders; backhoe's, dump trucks; haul loads with tractor trailer
  • Operate and maintain Tandem dump truck, Water tanker, Backhoe tractor, Bobcat loader, and Bush hog tractor.
  • Use Loader, bobcat, backhoe or mini excavator to complete production cleans and establish proper drainage around house.
  • Operate all heavy equipment: Backhoe, Crane, Digger, Bobcat, Trencher, & lay electrical line.
  • Operated Bobcat, compactors, forklift and other heavy equipment used in paving and maintaining various types of roads.
  • Operated various heavy equipment to include multiple size front end loaders, end dump haul truck, and bobcat.
  • Used front end loader, bobcat, bulldozer, and back hoe to move and produce mulch.
  • Operated equipment such as: loaders, backhoes, excavators, bobcats, dump trucks, etc.
  • Recycled in warehouse paper, plastic and card board using forklift, front end loader and bobcat.
  • Moved materials in a full service recycling business using a forklift and bobcat to designated locations.
  • Run cherry picker, forklift, Wood Chipper, Pay Loader, Dump Truck and Bobcat.
  • Used a bobcat, pick and shovel to dig, spread and level dirt and gravel.
  • Operated and maintained a 130 JCB excavator, forklift, mini excavators, Bobcat and 214 JCB

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18. Rollers

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Here's how Rollers is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated self-propelled compaction rollers during construction operations.
  • Operated heavy equipment including loaders and rollers.
  • Performed various tasks involving the operation of: Backhoes, Front-end loaders, Highway compactors/rollers, Water Trucks on construction sites.
  • Operated various pieces of equipment such as bulldozers, back hoe, track hoe, vibrating rollers, and earth movers.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as skid steers, rollers, heavy haul dump trucks, mini excavators, and back hoes.
  • Assign to control and operate rollers, skid steers, trenchers, forklifts, dump trucks, and tractor trailer combinations.
  • Operated front-end loaders, rubber-tire back hoes, excavators, off-road dump trucks, skid loaders, and smooth-drum rollers.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as front-end (wheel & track) loaders, rollers, scrapers, and soil compactors.
  • Operated heavy equipment; bulldozers, backhoes, forklifts, front-end loaders, graders, scrapers, rollers and tractor-trailers.
  • General plant maintenance and repairs such as greasing bearings, changing impact bars, maintaining rollers and conveyor systems integrity.
  • Operated equipment such as sheep's foot rollers, bulldozers, backhoe's, dump trucks, and road graders.
  • Haul machinery to work site and operate heavy equipment, loaders, backhoes, bulldozers, rollers, paving equipment.
  • Experience included: bulldozers, earth mover, compactors, rollers, dump trucks, and tractors with various implements.
  • Used instruments to move heavy items such as: block rollers, hand trucks, tackle, and hydraulic lift.
  • Operated various types of equipment including excavators, bulldozers, loaders, off road trucks, rollers and water trucks.
  • Operate equipment such as rollers for applying asphalt to roads and parking lots while following specific policies and procedures.
  • Operated rollers, bulldozers, off road dump trucks, and labor work developing a county highway and a wetland
  • Position rollers that turn ply edges under and over beads, or use steel rods to turn ply edges.
  • Operated steam rollers, skid loaders, power brooms and bucket loaders for highway construction, resurfacing and repair.
  • Operated Caterpillar loaders, scrappers, rollers and 16-speed trucks throughout the Denver Metro area on numerous excavation projects.

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19. Skid Steers

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Here's how Skid Steers is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated various heavy equipment, as needed, including heavy loaders, skid steers, bulldozers, backhoes, and tractors.
  • Operated skid steers, loaders, excavators, and tractors with multiple attachments and performed all weekly maintenance and unexpected maintenance.
  • Operated and maintained dump trucks, skid steers, wheeled loaders, man-lifts, and other various types of construction equipment.
  • Operate heavy machinery and equipment such as front end loader, excavator, mini skid steers and forklift for various jobs.
  • Operate equipment such as large excavators, skid steers, backhoe, front end loader, small track hoe, etc.
  • Operated excavators, track loaders, rubber tire loaders, end dumps, and skid steers on a routine basis.
  • Developed skills in running excavators, backhoes, front-end loaders, skid steers, dump trucks and snow plow equipment.
  • Fed over 2600+ Dairy Cows per day, operated pay-loaders, dump trucks, tractors, defacer and skid steers.
  • Operate heavy equipment and medium duty trucks, such as skid steers, ASV skid steers, and tractors.
  • Operated wheel-loaders, back-hoes, skid steers, pull-type tractors with various different attachments and cure and tine machine.
  • Operated all sizes of dump trucks; skid steers, bobcats and loaders in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Job Duties: Operating Heavy Equipment including: bulldozers, skid steers, front-end loaders, and excavators.
  • Operate various excavators with attachments, track loaders, Backhoes, skid steers with all types of attachments.
  • Operated heavy machinery including forklifts, overhead cranes, trucks, trailers, scissor lifts, skid steers.
  • Operated heavy equipment, including boom trucks, heavy loaders, skid steers, backhoes, and tractors.
  • Operated various types of Cat excavators, Skid steers, Front End Loader, and Articulating Dump Trucks.
  • Operated and maintained heavy equipment: cranes, skid steers, excavators while driving production and safety.
  • Finish graded road base for curb and sidewalks using skid steers, mini excavators, and compactors.
  • Operated and maintained heavy equipment including front end loaders, skid steers, and screen plants.
  • Operated heavy equipment including loaders, skid steers and forklifts to fill hoppers and bins with materials

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20. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Reviewed/approved area assessment reports and corrective action plans assuring compliance with applicable OSHA and EPA regulatory guidance.
  • Operated heavy-duty construction equipment in compliance with OSHA and company safety operating procedures and policies.
  • General Labor* Commercial site prep* Operate heavy equipment when necessary* Follow OSHA safety regulations
  • Follow all organizational and OSHA rules and guidelines regarding hazardous material
  • Maintain qualification and certification according to prescribed OSHA standards.
  • Managed the daily operations of the CTB Plant with an excellent OSHA and AMSHA safety record for the past 11 years.
  • Improved workplace safety and reduced rework by enforcing OSHA and ORM standards and directing the use of approved personal protective equipment.
  • Verify safety equipment is on?site and in good working order, as well as ensure OSHA guidelines are followed.
  • Assisted in project planning, setting up job sites and training other operators in accordance with OSHA and Army safety policies.
  • Complied with all OSHA rules and ensured all employees were provided all necessary PPE, OSHA training and job training.
  • Enforced and practiced established safety rules and regulations per OSHA and AFOSH to maintain a safe and clean work environment.
  • Developed training programs, training manuals, focusing on safety, operation and maintenance using Manufacture guidelines and OSHA regulations.
  • Monitor transportation and storage of flammable and other potentially dangerous products to ensure that safety and OSHA guidelines are followed.
  • Obtained and have current OSHA and MISHA certification as well as Heavy Equipment and Forklift certification for Mine Property.
  • Time management, OSHA safety, fall protection and daily cleaning after shifts operating a Johnston 3000 Street Sweeper.
  • Complied with OSHA, DEP, DER, local, state and Federal laws, safety protocols and regulations.
  • Performed all work adhering to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guideline and Company Safety policies.
  • Insured work site Company and OSHA safety regulations were adhered to daily reporting directly to site Project Manager.
  • Conduct safety reviews and ensure safety guidelines are met for all state, local, and OSHA guidelines.
  • Supervised the unit to be in compliance with safety, environmental, DOD, OSHA and other regulations.

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21. CDL

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Here's how CDL is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Full knowledge of Blue prints, utility prep, Transportation of all equipment with CDL Class A, NT endorsement.
  • Worked as CDL driver and operator of heavy equipment on state road 88, state road 25 and interstate I-20.
  • Maintain class A CDL to operate dump-bed truck, low-boy, tilt-top and to maneuver and transport heavy equipment.
  • Dispatched vehicles to personnel, trained operators in all vehicle types, prepared operators for CDL road tests.
  • Operate CDL licensed vehicles, such as dump trailers, and dump trucks, as needed.
  • Worked closely with CDL drivers to ensure trucks were loaded safely and to the proper weight.
  • Licensed CDL for over 25 years, worked in mining and construction for over 30 years.
  • Have a class A CDL with HAZMAT and Tanker endorsements and a current medical card.
  • Team leader for mowing crew, supervising crew of eight employees.CDL A, Forklift certified,
  • Instructed other employees on techniques of driving and written tests to acquire their CDL license.
  • Possess a valid New York State driver's license and Commercial Drivers license CDL A.
  • Drive any and all CDL vehicles when needed, including semis and boom trucks.
  • Have CDL permit and been training to haul gravel when nothing required repairs.
  • Operated ALL equipment on mine-site, CDL, transport of equipment and mine materials
  • Clean CDL Loader -- front end 1 - 5 yard including forklift attachment.
  • Acquired CDL-A Driver's License with HAZMAT, Tanker, and Doubles/Triples Endorsements.
  • Use of all common construction equipment, arc welding, and CDL.
  • Operate heavy equipment and heavy haul CDL class A Trucks as needed.
  • Maintained CDL Class-A endorsement in good standing with zero tickets throughout career.
  • Possess a State-issued Class B Commercial Driver's License (CDL).

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22. Track Hoe

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Here's how Track Hoe is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated track hoe, loader, JLG, forklift, all terrain extend boom lift, and diesel truck and trailer.
  • Operated a track hoe digging ditch and switching to a hammer hoe periodically to break rocks that were in the way.
  • Operated Bucket loader, Track hoe, Scraper, Bulldozer, and Dump truck to clear land for new housing projects.
  • Move fill dirt/rock/concrete using a track hoe (250/290) and/or front end loader (721F) on a daily basis.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as bulldozer, backhoe, track hoe, skid steer, forklift, front-end loader, etc.
  • Operated large and small pipeline equipment such as road boar, testing, directional drill, and track hoe excavator.
  • Experience in operating track hoe, bulldozers, bobcats, front-end loaders, field track hoe, forklift, and rollers
  • Served as the only heavy equipment operator for the company running a bulldozer, track hoe and excavator often.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as bulldozers, backhoes, track hoes, and 18-ton and 60-ton motor cranes.
  • Operated: skid loader, track hoe, backhoe and a wood chipper in a residential setting.
  • Operate various types of Heavy equipment such as excavators, backhoes, track hoes and skid loaders.
  • Operate various heavy equipment machinery including G975, G980, Track hoe, and back hoe, mechanic
  • Operated Track Hoe Excavator for loading and lifting gas pipes, for welding and placement in ground.
  • Operate bulldozer, track hoe, and rock truck at landfill I also supervised 6-8 employees.
  • Set barrier wall with track hoe, dirt excavation and loading out material with track hoe.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as off road dump trucks, rollers and track hoes follow safety regulations
  • Operated a variety of Equipment (Track hoes, bulldozers, side booms, etc.)
  • Track hoe operator mix off drill cuttings and load into semi-trucks to haul to the landfill
  • Operated heavy duty equipment such as pay-loader, track hoe, man-lift, and bobcat.
  • Operated track hoe setting drill stem and pulling pipe on exit side of bore.

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23. Caterpillar

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Here's how Caterpillar is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Worked at Caterpillar through American Staffing as a heavy equipment operator.
  • Complete minor maintenance actions as required on Caterpillar Loading equipment.
  • Operated a Caterpillar hydraulic side-boom, lowering in pipeline.
  • Operated 980G Caterpillar loader assisting with coal cleaning preparations.
  • Validate and test all Caterpillar large mining equipment
  • Operated articulated 740 Caterpillar haul truck.
  • Operated Hitachi truck hoe and caterpillar 330 for clearing trees and loading into end dumps, stumping, grubbing and raking.
  • Moved ferrous and non-ferrous metals using forklift, Bobcat skid steer, and Caterpillar 966 front loader, and Caterpillar excavator.
  • Operate Caterpillar 330 excavator and 735 rock dump truck to excavate and transport cover dirt for the trash in the landfill.
  • Operate and Maintain Caterpillar 773 haul truck for the purpose of transporting raw material from quarry pit to rock crusher.
  • Consulted with testing and validation of caterpillar surface mining equipment using previous experience of operating in a mine work place.
  • Operate Caterpillar 740 B Articulating Dump Truck safely at all times and comply with all company training and safety policies
  • Transported heavy equipment (D8 caterpillar, rubber tire, and other track loaders) to various mining areas.
  • Operated and tested all CAT equipment at the Caterpillar Proving grounds to provide a quality product to the customers.
  • Operated a 980 F Caterpillar loader as well as a Volvo L330E loader for Concrete and Asphalt Plants.
  • Operate Caterpillar D6 High Track Bulldozer and Or John Deere Hi- Speed bulldozer to perform Site reclaim Duties.
  • Load sorting line with recyclable material using a 926 m Caterpillar front end loader and load glass trucks.
  • Operated a Caterpillar D9T on dump site, pushing shot material to loader and on slopes for reclamation.
  • Operated setup and maintenance of screen plant, Loader 230 caterpillar, feeding the screen loading trucks.
  • Articulated trucks- Volvo 35 and 40 ton Caterpillar 25 and 40 ton, John Deere 40 ton.

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24. General Labor

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Here's how General Labor is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • General labor and heavy equipment operator/excavator
  • General Labor including facility maintenance, rotary kiln refractory repair and replacement, materials handling, product waste cleanup and recovery.
  • General labor, Heavy Equipment operator and maintenance mechanic.
  • Operate heavy equipment in all weather conditions and general labor
  • Operated heavy equipment and worked as a general labor
  • General laborer duties while regulating safety instructions.
  • General labor operating heavy equipment and welding
  • General labor associated with construction.
  • Performed general labor as required.
  • Worked in the Mining industry from 1988 through 1993 as a General Laborer, Heavy Hauler operator & Heavy Equipment Operator.
  • Control ticketing and inventory on Unix-based computer system (ABCS), receiving, re-winder operator, and general labor.
  • General labor included line locating, rigging up extensive and complicated pipeline extensions such as meter runs and compressor stations.
  • General labor (shoveling, raking, shredding) * Equipment/tool maintenance * Concrete work (building and setting forms)
  • Perform general labor and support functions for diverse construction projects, including ground-up builds and rehabilitation of apartment buildings.
  • General Labor foreman - Located old gas lines to prevent damage prior to installation of new lines.
  • General labor tasks at various times, grade crew, pipe laying, and rail road certified.
  • Advanced from a general labor position to operating every type of equipment at the facility.
  • Operate articulated rock truck, forklift, skid steer, compact roller and general labor.
  • Worked general laborer painting, insulation, electrical, and roofing when not operating equipment.
  • Job duties: blade operator, grade setting, curb and gutter, and general labor

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25. New Construction

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Here's how New Construction is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Supervised seven man crews installing water pipe in new construction residential subdivisions and commercial zoned building locations.
  • Executed electrical wiring and installed repairs of residential construction sites, including new construction.
  • Operate backhoe/excavator- Digging trenches for new construction.
  • Operated multiple types of heavy equipment to prepare sites for new construction building and for the creation of roads and highways.
  • Job requirements were to level and dig for the development of new construction, pipeline installation, and airport runway.
  • Installed new gas services for new construction of residential and commercial properties including installation of gas mains for developing subdivisions.
  • Demolished, destroyed and cleared of existing sections of refinery, prepared and set up site for new construction.
  • Crane, bulldozer and backhoe operator, digging gas mains, new constructions, digging foundations.
  • Job Description: ran front end loader, bulldozer and backhoe on dirt crew building new construction
  • Operated an off the road dump truck most days complete grading on new construction residential areas.
  • Installed wood floors, ceramic tile, vinyl and linoleum for remodels and new construction.
  • Job Duties: Did repair work, new construction, installed aerobic and septic systems.
  • Go out and pot hole to find lines, or make holes for new construction.
  • Pave new and existing roads in the city and county and also on new construction jobs
  • Operated heavy equipment in the ground breaking and initial preparation of new construction sites.
  • Crew Foreman and equipment operator in residential water and sewer new construction and repairs.
  • Performed as lead operator and as a welder for all new construction on sight.
  • Operated various heavy equipment for heavy earthworks and building phase of new construction.
  • General skills in remodeling and new construction of residential buildings in Kern County.
  • Design, build and train crews new construction techniques to improve operational effectiveness.

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26. Wheel Loaders

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Here's how Wheel Loaders is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Performed lubrication services all heavy equipment operated to include bulldozers, excavators, wheel loaders and off road dump trucks.
  • Operated a variety of Front Wheel Loaders to load trucks, excavate material, and clean up job sites.
  • Operate heavy equipment of all types including Excavators, backhoes, tractors, wheel loaders, cranes and bulldozers.
  • Operate Wheel Loaders and Skid Steers in a production environment supporting the recycling of Construction Debris.
  • Operated different heavy equipment for grading, roadside ditching, wheel loaders and truck loaders.
  • Operate large wheel loaders in yard loading trucks and hoppers/bins for wash plant.
  • Operated skid-steer and wheel loaders to clear snow in the winter months.
  • Wheel Loaders, Skid, Skip Loader, Grading, PayLoaders,
  • Operate Excavators, Wheel Loaders, and car processing equip.
  • Provided repairs on 992 wheel loaders, and excavators.
  • Certified on propane, electric forklifts, And wheel Loaders
  • Wheel loaders; 972 and 980.
  • Operated large scale bulldozers for material management Serviced bulldozers, track hoes, skid steers, wheel loaders, and dump trucks
  • Operated track hoes, dozers, wheel loaders, vibratory dirt compactors, boom lifts, and skid steer loaders.
  • Operated excavators, wheel loaders, backhoes and skid steers to demolish multi-story buildings, structures and parking lots.
  • Work safely while moving waste material with wheel loaders, excavators, dozers etc... Load material onto trucks.
  • Operated Boom Lifts, Wheel Loaders, Skid Loaders, Dozers, Overhead Cranes, Excavators, Elevator Operator
  • Operated an assortment of equipment including wheel loaders , Link belt shovels and forklifts.
  • Operate heavy equipment including running dozers, wheel loaders, and excavators.
  • Operate excavators with different attachments, finish dozers and wheel loaders.

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27. John Deere

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Here's how John Deere is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Cat 966 or 972 wheeled loaders with bucket and fork attachment, and a John Deere 744K wheeled loader.
  • Operate Cat skid steer, excavator, John Deere mini ex, and other equipment to build solar panel fields
  • Operate John Deere 305, 350 and 450 excavators with rock hammers to control boulders and do mining.
  • Operate John Deere 550 and 850J in order to bury fiber optic cable for residential and commercial use.
  • Operate John Deere tractors to maintain Haul Roads and Stockpiles of Cleaned sand and Wetland materials on site.
  • Operated John Deere 65h/j Front end loaders and American crane o Loaded Knight Spreader boxes with bio-solids.
  • Operated backhoe, John Deere 310, Trencher, compactor, front-end loader, truck and skid steer
  • Operated John Deere 650, 750, and 850 bulldozers to prepare ground for construction of turbines.
  • Operated a John Deere 9560R with pull behind scrapper cutting cells out and building the walls.
  • Operated and maintained John Deere 644 front loader in aggregate quarry loading trucks and building stock piles
  • Completed various tasks with a John Deere 644E bucket loader in conjunction with the D250E.
  • Operated John Deere CL200 Excavator, Digging plumbing trenches w/Laser Stick for Grade.
  • Operated a slew of bobcats, John Deere, heavy and light equipment.
  • Operated John Deere tractor with disc attachment to process soil for fill.
  • Operate John Deere tractor, skid loader, and field maintenance equipment.
  • Operated heavy wheel loader John Deere 964, moved sand and dirt.
  • Operated/maintained the following skid steers; 259D CAT and 323E John Deere.
  • Operated large 7000-8000 John Deere series tractors, working and preparing fields.
  • Operated a John Deere 200D digging pipeline ditches to designated depths.
  • Perform preventative and routine maintenance on John Deere tractors and implements.

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28. Tractor Trailers

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Here's how Tractor Trailers is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate recovery vehicle and equipment to recover wrecked or disabled heavy equipment and tractor trailers.
  • Hauled heavy equipment on semi-tractor trailers driving permitted and non-permitted loads across country.
  • Drive tractor trailers, hauling doubles/triples and hazardous materials to specified locations
  • Operate equipment to load dump trucks, tractor trailers and pickup trucks with bulk material as well as off load trucks.
  • Operated 4k-12k forklifts, 2ton-15ton dump trucks, driving fully loaded tractor trailers in the US and on unimproved surfaces overseas.
  • Traffic control, piloting tractor trailers with oversize loads to their destination on permitted routes in accordance with normal traffic flow.
  • Dive or attach machines onto tractor trailers in addition to pushing dump truck to maintain flow of asphalt into hoppers.
  • Operated overhead crane inside building for loading, unloading tractor trailers and moving equipment and material as needed.
  • Operate bulldozers, compactors, backhoes, front end loaders, rollers, dump trucks and tractor trailers.
  • Operate backhoes, graders, front-end loaders, forklifts, skid-steers, scrapers, buses and tractor trailers.
  • Cut down trees, load up tractor trailers, drive tractors, haul trees to different locations.
  • Ensured 100% environmental compliance by loading waste materials on tractor trailers for off-site waste removal.
  • Perform routine maintenance as well as full service repair on tractor trailers and earth moving equipment.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as tractor trailers, forklifts, scrapper, and front end loaders.
  • Operated backhoes, bobcats, high lifts, cranes, forklifts and tractor trailers.
  • Repaired fleet vehicles, Tractor Trailers, Excavators, Backhoes, skid steers etc.
  • Front End Loader, Forklift, Bulldozer, Backhoe, Dump Trucks, Tractor Trailers
  • Load off road 740b trucks and on road tractor trailers to legal weight limit.
  • Worked in truck ship\\op overhauling and maintaining a fleet of 50 tractor trailers.
  • Loaded & unloaded tractor trailers, perform daily inspections on all mobile equipment.

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29. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated Chieftain R GPS guided track support vehicle and D7 high track to pull CAT Trains on 130 mile supply runs.
  • Grade Checking Equipment: Laser, Transit/Pipe Laser, Locke Level & Rule, Contractor's Level, and Top-Con GR-3 GPS
  • Performed cut and fill operations utilizing various types of heavy machinery utilizing GPS systems to check construction grades.
  • Operated a PX61 GPS bulldozer to grade football, baseball fields, ponds, roads and parking lots.
  • Operated various equipment to support landfill grading operations, including CAT D6-T with GPS and CAT 160M.
  • Utilized GPS instrument to check grade, read blueprints, erected and tore down silt fence.
  • Land surveys, fuel surveys, GPS knowledge, sediment control and soil erosion management.
  • Labor, such as shoveling, culvert installations, checking grade with laser and GPS.
  • Align machines, cutter heads, following hand signals of other workers or GPS equipment.
  • Contribute to documentation of daily GPS readings, and Daily Equipment Inspections (DEI).
  • Excavate and carry material to grade using GPS, tracers and lasers and grade sticks.
  • Set up and monitored GPS units and recorded measurements with land grade Surveyor's ruler.
  • Operated excavator off side of barge using GPS in preparation for a Dam project.
  • Performed all Grade setting well working with Blue Prints and GPS Laser systems.
  • Pushed and compacted trash as well as creating slopes and grade with GPS.
  • Filled and cut to grade with blade equipped with Top-Con GPS system.
  • Have developed the skills of finish, GPS and blue- top experience.
  • Worked with maps and GPS systems to navigate a variety of terrain.
  • Experienced using GPS units for land and on the river construction.
  • Still need to work on finishing skills without GPS help.

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30. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate and maintain heavy equipment, support equipment and hand tools to read and set grade for roads and building platforms.
  • Operated power and hand tools, as well as drove heavy equipment to install, repair and maintain underground water systems.
  • Inspect, clean, maintain, and repair equipment, using mechanics' hand tools, and report malfunctions to supervisors.
  • Operate various types of heavy equipment, help set and install retention wall panels, use various power and hand tools.
  • Operated hand tools, electric tools, air tools, hydraulic tools, and small equipment skid steers, small loaders.
  • Fitted and assisted in fitting valves, couplings and assemblies to tanks, pumps and systems, using hand tools.
  • Operated various types of hand tools such as Plate compactors, Jumping Jack Compactors, air and hydraulic type tools.
  • Utilize hand tools and special equipment to connect couplings, thread conduits end, and to secure conduit support brackets.
  • Assist in construction projects, saving time by operating, heavy equipment where possible rather than using hand tools.
  • Mixed, pour, and spread concrete, asphalt, gravel, and other materials, using hand tools.
  • Install and adjust blades, cutter heads, boring-bits, or sanding belts, using hand tools and rules.
  • Ground Construction handling hand tools as well pneumatic tools including air compressors, Jack hammers, and pressure washers.
  • Used hand tools to dig and pull wiring along the tracks to use for wiring signals and switches.
  • Repair and replace damaged or worn parts: Dismantle and reassemble heavy equipment using hoist and hand tools.
  • Dismantled and assembled heaters, separators, and engine parts, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Disassembled and assembled equipment with mechanic's hand tools* Supervised a crew and ensured their quality production.
  • Adjust or replace equipment parts, such as crane cables and or crane equipment using hand tools.
  • Utilize different types of hand tools, along with electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic powered tools.
  • Used hand tools including wrenches, hammers, ratchet and sockets to install proper bends and fittings.
  • Repair broken or worn out parts using hoists, hand tools, or weld broken structural members.

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31. Komatsu

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Here's how Komatsu is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Qualified Operator for numerous Cat and Komatsu heavy equipment.
  • Operate CAT 980K, Komatsu A500, loader to load sales trucks with sand and gravel for Houston cement plants.
  • Skid steers such as Cat, Komatsu, and Bob cat for blast crew loading drill holes with stemming material.
  • Inspected equipment, Excavator (John Deere 270, Komatsu 360, Case 300)Operated power screen rock crusher
  • Operated 740 TK (Cat) and AM 400 (Komatsu) articulated trucks on Gyp Stack project.
  • Operated Bulldozer to fill and stockpile material, have operated CAT D5/D6 and various Komatsu models.
  • Operate Komatsu HD-605/ CAT 775D, CAT 773B to haul material and maneuver into tight areas.
  • Experience operating bulldozers; Cat D6, John Deere 850, Komatsu 61 and 155.
  • Operated Komatsu 400 articulating truck - hauling rock for reclamation of valley fields and reclaiming.
  • Operated sheep foot roller and Komatsu wheel loader for this 8 month project to upgrade infrastructure
  • Operated a Komatsu 830e Haul Truck while also filling in whenever another job was required.
  • Run a komatsu excavator 400, Fuel and maintain the equipment on a daily basis.
  • Operate and maintain Komatsu 3 in 1 Bucket loader and forklift class 7 40K capacity.
  • Connect to sewer utilities by digging with a 221 Komatsu track hoe.
  • Operated komatsu crawlers 155,355,375 as well as 966d front end loaders.
  • Maintain kaolin cut and dump areas using Komatsu E85 Bulldozer.
  • Operate and maintain Komatsu 3 in 1 bucket loader.
  • Operate and maintain a komatsu 605 haul truck.
  • Operated a Komatsu PC 400LC with shear.
  • Operate Komatsu PC 400 excavator.

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32. Equipment Operation

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Here's how Equipment Operation is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Managed new and rehab pipeline construction projects, daily logs, negotiations, business development, heavy equipment operations
  • Perform a variety of skilled and semi-skilled tasks relocating engineering equipment operation, carpentry or maintenance mechanic work.
  • Supervised crews in maintenance of roads* Training instructor for equipment operation* Positive relations with operators and work crews
  • Disseminated critical training information from US Army Headquarters to other Heavy Equipment Operation Managers in Subordinate Installations.
  • Developed cemetery operator training program to train and certify field employees in heavy equipment operations.
  • Monitor equipment operation to detect performance problems and make necessary adjustments/repairs before equipment failure occurs.
  • Conducted heavy equipment operations, fueling operations and convoy operations across multiple provinces in Afghanistan.
  • Participated in training of Afghan local nationals on equipment operation and basic horizontal construction.
  • Completed professional military training in heavy equipment operations and graduated top of the class.
  • Conducted crane/heavy equipment operations in a hazardous environment daily during inclement weather and temperatures.
  • Follow all safety guidelines and procedures as per company regulations on equipment operations.
  • Provide customer support and equipment operation duties as assigned to support family business.
  • Received honorary recognition for managing equipment operations during a unit training exercise 06/2002.
  • Logged equipment operational discrepancies, customer inspected and approved upon mechanical completion.
  • Transported and delivered materials, knowledge of heavy equipment operation techniques.
  • Cross trained Connecticut Engineer Company Reservists with various Heavy Equipment Operations.
  • Planned executed and oversaw 120 successful individual heavy equipment operations.
  • Recognized equipment operational hazards and ensured their proper mitigation.
  • Conducted equipment operations in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Dedicated individual with 7 years in heavy equipment operation.

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33. Snow Removal

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Here's how Snow Removal is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated heavy equipment to build/maintain the roads and facilities.-Supervisor of 25+personnel during snow removal operations -Provided security to base assets and personnel
  • Trained all operators and civilians in heavy equipment and snow removal operations.
  • Performed quality assurance inspections of areas following snow removal.
  • Experience in operating snow removal machinery
  • Performed snow removal when necessary.
  • Snow removal site foreman/ operator.
  • Operated Snow Removal Equipment to include Rollover Plows, Loader attached with blowers, and snow removal brooms and sweepers.
  • Operated a dump truck, excavator, bob cat, and bucket loader digging wells, landscaping and snow removal.
  • Used blade to maintain shoulders and medians on the interstate all equipment is used for snow removal for major interstates.
  • Maintained $2.9 million dollar snow removal fleet, repaired discrepancies immediately, keeping all assets 100% operational.
  • Operated Snow Removal equipment approximately seven months out of each year during snowfalls exceeding one hundred inches per year.
  • Performed extensive snow removal and road repair and all functions relating to the maintenance of the Massachusetts Transit Authority.
  • Tasked with snow removal, the mowing of ditches, installation or replacement of traffic signage and markers.
  • Managed crew of three who provided contract lawn care and snow removal services for commercial and residential properties.
  • Snow removal running heavy equipment such as front end loader, Backhoe and plow trucks with salt spreaders.
  • Perform various duties to include base horizontal construction, dirt work, and all ice & snow removal
  • Operate backhoe or excavator for digging trenches for underground utility conduit, locating cable failures and snow removal
  • Haul heavy equipment and run a crew of 18 people at O'Hare airport for snow removal.
  • Provided support for oil and gas explorations by towing equipment, road grading and snow removal.
  • Operate one-ton dump truck with snow removal, poured cracks, and planted grass on right-of-ways.

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34. D6

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Here's how D6 is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Cat D6 bulldozer, 325 excavators, 725 articulating end dumps operation / maintenance.
  • Supervised the rigging up and rigging down of DD625 American auger drilling rig.
  • Operated cat D6n to push lime dirt into piles to be loaded out.
  • Operated d6 dozed, off-road trucks, grader blades pan tractors etc.
  • Operate MD6240 Rotary Drill to prepare stone face for blasting.
  • Operate D6N XL with rippers & grade control system.
  • Pioneer roads and access areas using D6-8.
  • Operated D6, Cat 300 Excavator, 30 ton Cat Off road end dump, Skid Steer.
  • Use Cat D6 to push dirt to make fills or to push up stock piles.
  • Engaged in the operation of Earth Moving Equipment: D5, D6H, D7G.
  • Use D6 to pack the rip in the soil after plowing in utilities.
  • Operated D6n and D6t to push piles to cap ponds.
  • Operated a D6, 7, 8 and 9 bulldozers.
  • Run fills and lifts in D6T, D6N.
  • Operated CAT D6T Dozer cutting sub-grade and finish-grade, building access roads and building production pads (Oilfield-In Walden, CO)
  • Operate Cat D5 and D6 - finish grade, maintain roadsways and hard decks, building up and pushing down stockpiles.
  • Operated heavy equipment, such as 35 ton hydraulic crane, rough terrain fork lift, D6 high track dozer.
  • Push dirt to build levees check oils in d6t and d6n dozer grease daily report any problems to chief engineer.
  • Operate a large variety of equipment daily including 10k forklift, 950 loader, 12 blades, and D6R bulldozer.
  • Operate CAT D6N, D6T to level ground, push stabilized material, maintain stockpiles, and backfill.

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35. Volvo

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Here's how Volvo is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate 740 Haul Truck (CAT & Volvo), load under 349 CAT excavators and dump load in specific areas.
  • Operated John Deere Backhoe 310D, Volvo 190 Front End Loader on paving crews at various residential developments and commercial sites.
  • Load processed material with Volvo 330E excavator onto Volvo 440 End Dumps to be relocated on site for Drying Purposes.
  • Operated an articulating truck (VOLVO A40E) to haul dirt to be used as fill on a construction job.
  • Can drive a 35 and 40 ton Volvo Haul Truck 40 ton Euclid haul truck, helped load demolition.
  • Operate 25 & 35 ton Volvo B&M Haulers and perform routine maintenance on machinery.
  • Operated a John Deere 744 Front Loader Tractor and Volvo A-30 Articulated Dump Truck.
  • Operated VOLVO E and F model industrial forklifts and NEW HOLLAND front end tractor.
  • Operated Volvo A-35 articulated rock truck, transporting sand for cement mixing trucks.
  • Operated Volvo A35D Rock Truck for waste material and gravel hauling.
  • Operated Volvo wheel loader for several activities around our site.
  • Performed labor tasks and operated a Volvo dump truck.
  • Transported Rock and Dirt with Volvo End Dump Truck.
  • Loaded Volvo End Dump Trucks with 980 CAT-Loader.
  • Operate Volvo 25-40 ton off road dump trucks.
  • Cat 740, Volvo 35D articulated trucks.
  • Load trucks with a Volvo front-end loader.
  • Operate Volvo A40g dump truck safely.
  • Operate 40D Volvo Dump trucks.
  • Operated Cat 966, Cat 988, Cat excavator, Volvo dump truck, Case 580 back hoe, and others.

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36. D8

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Here's how D8 is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate a CAT 329 excavator and CAT D7/D8 dozed to load hoppers with phosphate and river bed.
  • Maintained haul roads with 12G blade, knocked down excavated rock for stockpile with D8R.
  • Operated D8R/D8N bulldozer and 631 Scraper, Alice road grader, and 725 Articulated Truck
  • Operated D8 to level pits into a finished grade at a fast pace.
  • Used D8 dozier to create retention ponds for shale oil field sites.
  • Operated D6 & D8 to keep trash pushed on working face.
  • Run excavator cat 349, cat D8 dozier.
  • Push material forward with D8N and D9R.
  • Operate D8R reclaiming a quarry.
  • Operated heavy equipment; Cat D6, D8, D10, haul truck, front loader, and backhoe.
  • Cat 336E, Cat 320, Cat 330, Cat D6T, Cat D8R, Cat 740.
  • Operate cat D8,D7,D6 on fill pushing off piles and grading fill slopes.
  • Operated a D8T, 345 Track Hoe, 140 Blades, and Paddle Wheel Scrapper.
  • Operated D10, D9, D8 and D6 bulldozers.
  • Operated a D8R and a 140 Blade.
  • Finish work with D6 and D8 dozers on ponds, mitigation areas and slopes at Power plants and Chemical plants.
  • Summer 2012: worked at Newport Aggregate quarry operating pay loader, rock truck, and D6/D8 dozers.
  • Operated D7 and D8 Dozer to clear land and to fill in the waste area.
  • Operate Cat D8 dozer to level stockpile, smooth mining pit for dump trucks.
  • Bulldozersoperated range from a D6K, D6N, D8T winch tractor.

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37. Maintenance Checks

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Here's how Maintenance Checks is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Performed daily safety and maintenance checks, cleaned heavy equipment weekly and ensured heavy equipment is safely and securely stored.
  • Performed daily safety and maintenance checks and advised appropriate personnel of any necessary repairs.
  • Perform preventive maintenance checks and services on equipment to maintain operational readiness.
  • Maintained heavy equipment by performing safety and maintenance checks daily.
  • Perform maintenance checks daily for equipment to operate efficiently.
  • Performed operator level preventive maintenance checks on assigned equipment.
  • Performed Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services to equipment regularly.
  • Participated in routine maintenance checks.
  • Perform daily and other preventive maintenance checks and services on equipment and occasionally install minor parts as part of operator maintenance.
  • Ensured employees and subcontractors were trained on proper MHE equipment, TMR procedures, in addition to performing daily maintenance checks.
  • Perform daily safety and maintenance checks, practice workplace safety, maintain inventory, and participate in routine maintenance.
  • Have conduct field level maintenance activities including but not limit to Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS).
  • Provide customer support and Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services training on the equipment being issued to various military units.
  • Maintained a vast range of heavy military equipment, daily completed PMCS (Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services).
  • Perform daily safety and maintenance checks, participate in routine maintenance repair and maintain inventory of equipment's.
  • Meet with Supervisor daily to plan work assignment Performed Preventive Maintenance Checks to make sure equipment was operational.
  • Perform preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) and troubleshooting procedures in accordance with technical manuals.
  • Performed preventive maintenance checks daily on 6 pieces of equipment equaling about $2.5 million of equipment.
  • Performed maintenance checks on all heavy equipment, participant in the building of rifle ranges and roads.
  • Performed routine safety and maintenance checks, as well as cleaned equipment as scheduled and/or required.

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38. Road Construction

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Here's how Road Construction is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Worked on and completed several Heavy Civil Road Construction projects throughout Mississippi.
  • Major freeway and road construction and residential real-estate developments.
  • Operated bulldozers and excavator on road construction.
  • Conduct road construction operations with construction equipment.
  • Maintained and operated heavy equipment, laying pipe for road construction, and welding bridge crew set up, rod busting.
  • Operated a Roller compacting dirt for roads, I also ran a Backhoe trenching for a phase of the road construction.
  • Operated various pieces of heavy equipment throughout North Slope for roads and pads maintenance and assisted in Remote Ice Road construction.
  • Operate excavator, front end loader, back hoe, and various other equipment to facilitate all phases of road construction
  • Performed residential, commercial and oil field excavations, site leveling, road construction, utilities, and drainage work.
  • Work consisted of design/build of water retention basin for the City of Boulder city and various road construction projects.
  • Operated Heavy Equipment in a Dirt Pit and assisted with laying of sewer line for road construction for subdivisions.
  • Board Road Construction, Site Preparation, Clearing & Leveling, Excavation & Dirt Work, Pit Construction & Management
  • Company dedicated to the earthwork, pipe installation, and road construction in projects of major proportions.
  • Performed road construction and repairs, landfill, and snow removal projects, and transported heavy equipment.
  • Provided expertise in handling heavy equipment for road construction, largely highway work for state contractor.
  • Operate and maintain multiple pieces of equipment for a small independent railroad construction and maintenance company.
  • Supervised and facilitated smooth flow of operations in ice road construction on North Slope oil field.
  • Operate and maintain various heavy equipment as well as manual labor related to road construction.
  • Can efficiently run, operate, diagnose and repair all equipment require for road construction.
  • Operated heavy equipment for various road construction jobs such as grading/pipe work and asphalt paving.

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39. Water Lines

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Here's how Water Lines is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated equipment for digging ditches and installing gas lines, water lines, sewer lines, gravity sewers, and manholes.
  • Completed projects: Septic, Water lines, Electrical conduits, Utility lines and Ponds in KC Metro and surrounding areas.
  • Operated equipment for the construction of building pads, parking lots, laying storm drains, sewer and water lines.
  • Land clearing, stumping, stripping, foundation, septic system, water lines, drainage, driveways and landscaping.
  • Used Heavy equipment to locate gas and water lines for repair of service lines to local business and residential homes.
  • Have installed water lines, sewer lines, storm water drains and runoffs, and erosion control ditches and barriers.
  • Checked for grade when digging trenches for utility's such as water lines, catch basins and gas lines.
  • Used Maintainers, Backhoes and Excavators to level out land and prepare water lines install for fire hydrants.
  • Installed and supervised Underground gas lines, Electrical conduit, Water lines, Cable, Phone lines.
  • Operated various pieces of heavy equipment to install new septic fields, water lines and sewer lines.
  • Installed new water lines, sewer lines, and secondary electrical on residential and commercial jobs.
  • Installed new water lines, sprinkler heads, plumbed various faucets, valves and water manifolds.
  • Install storm drains, water lines and sewer pipe and also build ponds for erosion control.
  • Support in emergency road services such as oil spills and spot repairs of broken water lines.
  • Light mechanical work, shoot grade, assisted on installation of sewer and water lines.
  • Operate a bulldozer and backhoe when repairing roads, pads and putting in water lines.
  • Help maintenance when needed replacing pumps, water lines, sand lines, and bearings.
  • Mainline digger, pull trench boxes for deep sewer and storm and water lines.
  • Operate heavy equipment, new installation of storm, sanitary sewer and water lines.
  • Install water lines to designated rural properties, dig trench for 8 in.

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40. Msha

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Here's how Msha is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Attended numerous safety meeting and certifications MSHAW certified.
  • Follow all MSHA and company safety regulations
  • Participate in monthly/annual MSHA Safety Training.
  • Certified qualified excavator operator through MSHA
  • Ensured and contributed to a safe environment for customers and employees; kept current with and adheres to MSHA and safety training
  • End date 5/21/14This was my first oilfield job where I received MSHA (mine) and oilfield safety training and experience.
  • Involved in safety audits and job site safety inspections up to and including inspections for federal regulatory agencies (MSHA).
  • Required to effectively clean, maintain and secure all equipment as required by legislation, company policies and MSHA procedures.
  • Followed MSHA policies daily by making sure I am practicing safe movements and being aware of my surroundings.
  • Operate equipment safely and efficiently while adhering to company polices and MSHA regulations and meeting all production goals.
  • Complied with company and Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) established safety policies and requirements.
  • Started out as a scale house secretary, kept MSHA rules and requirement up to date.
  • Maintain the loader and the conveyors so that everything operates safely to meet MSHA's standards.
  • Handle slides, mud, or pit cleanings Stockpile material and construct berms MSHA part 46 trained
  • Maintain MSHA certification through annual refreshers, LOTOTO, Pit Driving, and other 5000-23 slips.
  • Helped monitor work environment to ensure grounds were kept within safe regulations of MSHA and plant rules
  • Worked as a team to repair faulty equipment while following MSHA standards regarding safety and cleanliness.
  • Maintain a neat and safe work environment in accordance with company and MSHA regulations.
  • Experience in Training employees in all equipment, and class MSHA Safety Training.
  • Enforce all safety laws posted by Pioneer, as well as MSHA.

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41. Different Types

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Here's how Different Types is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Dedicated results-oriented and client-focused individual with extensive knowledge in different types of heavy equipment.
  • Maintained job stock pile material and organized/ separated different types of soil and material as job progressed, for later reuse.
  • Operate different types of tractors and other heavy equipment to load dump trucks, grade, and perform demolition work.
  • Operated different types of heavy equipment; bob cat, backhoe, front end loader, skid steer, excavator.
  • Perform tests on different types of heavy equipment such as cooling, brake and productivity tests for research and development.
  • Prepared load log sheets with amount of different types of scrap, weight, and destination of scrap steel.
  • Operated different types of electric and gas powered generators to offload fuels and water from tankers to various locations.
  • Worked as a team member with crews installing different types of under ground utilities and massive site development jobs.
  • Experienced in operating different types of heavy equipment and a multitude of experience with various tools of the industry.
  • Traveled 5,000 miles over various locations with different types of climates with 100% success without any accidents.
  • Executed the on and off loading of different types of military cargo from various sizes of aircraft.
  • Trench, excavate and Install different types of pipe, such as water, sewer etc.
  • Used different types of equipment to cut through asphalt and dig holes for new utility systems.
  • Segregate and load different types of debris from demolition into roll off containers and ship.
  • Operated different types of construction equipment as well as maintaining and repairing of the equipment.
  • Experienced in operating multiple different types of dirt working equipment, trucks, and forklifts.
  • Operated heavy vehicles, truck and wheel of different types and sizes over various terrain.
  • Know all raw materials used in the process including the different types of wall board.
  • Operated different types of heavy equipment in order to mine, sand and gravel.
  • Drive heavy equipment using different types of scanners to ship products around the country.

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42. Building Pads

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Here's how Building Pads is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Managed installation of water, sanitary and storm utilities and digging and shaping of ponds, parking lots and building pads.
  • Lay storm drain, and water mains, brick and mortar catch basins, help maintain grade on building pads.
  • Operated a variety of heavy equipment in the construction of building pads, roads, parking lots and curb systems.
  • Operate machinery to perform activities such as clearing land, digging fish ponds, building driveways and building pads.
  • Run heavy equipment for a number of construction projects, also to grade roads and commercial building pads.
  • Assisted in building pads for oil rigs, blazing roads, digging out cutting pits, and more.
  • Place grade steaks using a laser level to set specific grades for parking lots or building pads.
  • Excavate dirt for commercial and residential building pads and parking lots and built to finish grade.
  • Assisted in the demolition of building pads using a CAT 320 excavator with a hammer attachment.
  • Operate heavy equipment of various types, from digging a ditch to leveling building pads.
  • Load demo material, and load shale in shale pit for use for building pads.
  • Team projects include construction of roads, building pads, utilities, and retention ponds.
  • Direct the maintenance and construction of dirt roads, parking lots and building pads.
  • Trench sewers, building pads, rough utilities, final grade on parking lots.
  • Analyze blueprints to implement layout of building pads, roadway and utility corridors.
  • Clear land using a Cat D5G bulldozer also built roads and building pads.
  • Operated the scraper to build roads, building pads, ponds and ditches.
  • Operate heavy equipment to construct building pads, trenches, and footings.
  • Constructed building pads for business developments and leveled grade for roadway.
  • Graded for landscaping, commercial and residential building pads, etc.

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43. Construction Sites

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Here's how Construction Sites is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Worked on industrial/commercial construction sites operating various equipment moving earth and perform other duties.
  • Licensed to operated all heavy duty equipment on different construction sites
  • Operated heavy equipment on construction sites installing septic systems.
  • Operated heavy machinery at various construction sites
  • Operated construction equipment/machinery on construction sites.
  • Operated heavy-duty equipment at construction sites.
  • Prepared construction sites for excavation.
  • Performed a variety of excavation projects for a NJ contractor with focus on residential, industrial and commercial construction sites.
  • Clean and prepare construction sites; responsible for oversight of the installation and maintenance of traffic control devices and patterns.
  • Seasoned Equipment Operator with 2 years experience operating heavy duty machinery on a diverse range of construction sites and projects.
  • Transported heavy equipment to construction sites, as well as gravel to the location sites where we were working on.
  • Conducted equipment operations on construction sites that consist of horizontal road work, deconstruction, and miscellaneous task that arise.
  • Cleared, excavated, and graded construction sites (airfields, highways, ramps, and flood channels).
  • Truck driver : Ensured timely delivery of sand, gravel, and concrete products to numerous local construction sites.
  • Drive mobile, truck-mounted, or track-mounted drilling or cutting machine in mines and quarries or on construction sites.
  • Used highly developed knowledge and skills of heavy equipment, to grade and build foundations for construction sites.
  • Assisted as needed with all aspects of construction and maintenance of Construction sites, Convention Center and Airport.
  • Lift, position and place machinery, equipment or other large objects at construction sites and industrial facilities.
  • Operate heavy equipment at various construction sites for new and existing military facilities in Iowa and Nebraska.
  • Dispatched to various construction sites to perform installation, repair, and maintenance for a cable company.

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44. Fluid Levels

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Here's how Fluid Levels is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Performed scheduled preventative maintenance including checking fluid levels and greasing equipment.
  • Preserved the good working order of all equipment by checking fluid levels, greasing and fueling machines and performing all routine maintenance
  • Make sure all equipment was greased and fluid levels checked on a daily basis to ensure proper equipment operation.
  • Check fluid levels, brakes, wheel motors, lights, and every working part on my equipment.
  • Inspect drives, motors, belts, fluid levels, filters and perform other maintenance actions.
  • Performed basic maintenance on equipment including daily tasks such as checking fluid levels and general inspection.
  • Task training taught how to check and fill fluid levels and also grease all moving parts.
  • Performed inspection and maintenance of all machines used including greasing and checking of hydraulic fluid levels.
  • Performed daily preventative / post maintenance checks on equipment: checking fluid levels and greasing equipment.
  • Checked fluid levels, tire pressure and condition, lights, and listen for unusual noises.
  • Greased heavy equipment and checked all fluid levels to assure smooth operation throughout the day.
  • Refueled company vehicles on site, checked fluid levels and pressure washed radiators.
  • Inspected loader's components, mechanisms and maintained fluid levels and lube requirements.
  • Maintained equipment by consistently checking fluid levels, greasing and fueling machines.
  • Check fluid levels on equipment and perform preventive maintenance and minor repairs.
  • Check fuel, tire pressure, and fluid levels on equipment.
  • Checked and maintained fluid levels, maintenance, and repairs.
  • Check fluid levels of equipment and grease all pivot points.
  • Greased, oiled and maintained proper fluid levels in machines.
  • Make sure fluid levels are all up to standard.

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45. Sewer Lines

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Here's how Sewer Lines is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Clean and repair sewer lines, or related structures such as manholes, culverts, and catch basins.
  • Used excavator for pipe crew adding storm drains, water and sewer lines back fill with bulldozer.
  • Operate heavy equipment and also lay water and sewer lines and anything that needs to be done.
  • Specialized on projects involving large natural gas lines, sewer lines, and most other underground utilities.
  • Back filled by foundation of building, waterlines, drainage lines, electrical lines and sewer lines.
  • Operate boring machine to put new sewer lines under roads without having to open cut them.
  • Installed sewer lines, water main lines, and retention ponds, throughout the Northwest.
  • Installed a wide variety of sewer lines / systems, for residential and commercial projects.
  • Work focused on installing new water, storm and sewer lines for new commercial development.
  • Back filling finished foundation slabs, electrical man holes, pipelines, and sewer lines.
  • Provide locates and contractor assistance with water and sewer lines for the One Call Program.
  • Operate heavy equipment installing water and sewer lines and leveling land for a housing development
  • Use equipment to dig trenches to lay or repair sewer lines and other utilities.
  • Remove and Installed high pressure waterlines, Sewer lines and pipes for storm drains.
  • Installed new water and sewer lines, house traps, and fresh air vents.
  • Moved dirt for roads, racetrack and airport and dug ditch for sewer lines.
  • Repair or install water, sewer lines, drain fields, storm drains.
  • Installed sewage systems, waterlines, sewer lines as well as other utilities.
  • Lay drainage, water and sewer lines in new subdivision and building sites.
  • Connected houses to main sewer lines when town was updating sewer system.

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46. Crew Members

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Here's how Crew Members is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Performed evaluations based on safety and productivity for my respective crew members.
  • Develop crew members for improving individual and organization performance.
  • Work alongside superintendents, foreman and crew members to complete jobs and projects to specifications made by engineers and project managers.
  • Job consisted of reading blueprints, setting schedules for operations, and instruct crew members in a safe and timely manner.
  • Work alongside superintendents, foreman and crew members to complete projects designed by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).
  • Manage 3 crew members; oversee all jobs and ensure safety and proper protocol is being followed at all times.
  • Provide the crew members with clear directions as to what needs to be done to avoid mistakes or safety concerns.
  • Brief crew members on daily assignments and ensure quality and safety are maintained and that schedules are being followed.
  • Managed Microsoft Excel to keep orderly track of daily jobs, equipment maintenance, crew members and job percentage.
  • Coordinate the work of the crew members, to ensure that it is being carried out per plan.
  • Work with other crew members to install irrigation systems, troubleshoot problems and make corrections as needed.
  • Worked with blueprints, and crew members in the construction of golf course and housing development.
  • Maintain and file daily time sheets and fuel reimbursement claims for assigned crew members through accounting.
  • Conduct daily safety meetings with crew members, document meeting on Job Safety Log report.
  • Interacted with all crew members to coordinate daily tasks and ensure completion of project activities.
  • Communicate with other crew members upon projects to be done and safety considerations.
  • Positioned or moved loads using reference stakes or hand/audio signals from crew members.
  • Maintain a high level of safety both with myself and other crew members.
  • Supervised 5 other crew members delegating daily assignments with no errors or loss.
  • Supervised 8 teams of 10 crew members, coordinating all daily operations.

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47. Safe Operation

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Here's how Safe Operation is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Station Operator responsible for the safe operation of 7 electrically-powered natural gas compressors.
  • Monitored environment and materials around equipment to maintain safe operations.
  • Trained new employees in the safe operation of heavy equipment, and provide direct supervision in the absence of the supervisor.
  • Trained new miners in the safe operation of heavy equipment, leading to MSHA certification prior to entering the production environment.
  • Trained in the safe operation of aforementioned pieces of equipment during a 12 week course afforded by the US military.
  • Inspected equipment on a daily basis to insure safe operation before use, along with filling out a written report.
  • Key Achievement: * Never cited for unsafe operation of equipment, being punctual to work and having perfect attendance.
  • Conducted daily and routine safety checks of equipment prior to and during use that ensured safe operation for equipment.
  • Operated various heavy construction equipment, responsible for daily safety checks to ensure safe operation of the equipment.
  • Can operate nearly any piece of equipment and understand proper and safe operation of each piece of equipment.
  • Follow company and OSHA safety policies to insure safe operation of equipment and proper trenching and excavation.
  • Inspected equipment on a daily basis to insure safe operation, before, during and after use.
  • Maintained an excellent record of safe operation of heavy machinery used to construct highways and bridges.
  • Trained 4 Soldiers solely in the safe operations of all the heavy equipment before departure.
  • Trained in safe operation of heavy equipment, handling of fuels, and hazardous chemicals.
  • Perform random, on the spot inspections of projects to ensure compliance and safe operations.
  • Trained both new and experienced employees in the safe operation of shovel and heavy equipment.
  • Keep abreast of current laws, rules and regulations regarding the safe operation of equipment.
  • Experienced in the safe operation of front-end loaders, excavators, and water trucks.
  • Dig boulders, job site cleanup, maintain and clean equipment for safe operation.

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48. Utility Lines

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Here's how Utility Lines is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Dig and remove pipelines carefully around existing utility lines.
  • Read construction plans to safely install drainage and utility lines, laid miscellaneous asphalt, painted highway and parking lot striping.
  • Followed all safety precautions to avoid marked and unmarked utility lines, workers, construction, etc.
  • Removed/installed utility lines (water, storm, sewer, electrical conduit, natural gas).
  • Install utility lines, make concrete preparations, and assist in framing
  • Performed extensive work on gas and water utility lines and tanks.
  • Dig holes, ditches, and trenches for water/utility lines.
  • Avoided hazards such as utility lines and falling objects.
  • Excavate and install utility lines for residential homes.
  • Cleaned culverts and filled ditches for utility lines.
  • Saw cut and dug new/damaged utility lines.
  • Replace and repair old utility lines.
  • Excavated around Live utility lines.
  • Lay pipe for water and sewer mains, and dig trenches for utility lines such as water, electric and gas.
  • Specialized in installing underground utility lines for water, sewer, storm drain, fireline systems and electrical conduit.
  • Operate heavy equipment.excavator,loader backhoe did excavations for utility lines and also did back fill.
  • Cleared R.O.W and Dug around many utility lines with excavator.
  • Install utility lines excavation to fine grading.
  • Excavated for utility lines.Excavated and installed septic systems.Clear land and brush removal.

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49. Potential Hazards

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Here's how Potential Hazards is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Located underground services and identified potential hazards to ensure crew safety.
  • Take actions to avoid potential hazards or obstructions such as utility lines, other equipment, other workers or falling objects.
  • Handled heavy duty equipment in an open mining pit and understood changes to assigned work areas and any potential hazards.
  • Take actions to avoid potential hazards or obstructions, other equipment, other workers.
  • Demonstrate an awareness of potential hazards when working with all types of equipment.
  • Executed construction site clean up to eliminate potential hazards.
  • Performed safety checks hourly and fixed potential hazards.
  • Take actions to avoid potential hazards.
  • Learned and followed safety regulations to avoid potential hazards or obstructions Adjusted hand wheels and depress pedals to control attachments.
  • Inspect machinery and safety equipment for any potential hazards or defects before startingdaily job tasks.

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50. General Maintenance

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Here's how General Maintenance is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Performed general maintenance for company-owned buildings, including landscaping, lawn maintenance, brick/concrete sidewalk installation, and snow plowing/removal.
  • Maintained Plant and conveyors general maintenance including dupers and conveyors, loader maintenance and equipment mechanical work assisting.
  • Perform annual and general maintenance on machinery and company owned commercial and residential properties.
  • Performed general maintenance tasks necessary to maintain tools and equipment in operable condition.
  • General maintenance for equipment to ensure that machinery runs smoothly and effectively.
  • Operated Rock Trucks, articulated trucks, performed general maintenance on equipment
  • Performed some minor welding and performed general maintenance on hydraulic equipment.
  • Operated Bulldozer and scraper; provided general maintenance on heavy equipment
  • Trained junior maintenance staff on equipment safety and general maintenance.
  • Performed general maintenance on transportation equipment and vehicles.
  • Performed general maintenance on assigned piece of equipment.
  • General maintenance work on equipment and machinery.
  • Performed daily general maintenance on equipment.
  • General maintenance of machinery when needed.
  • Provided general maintenance on heavy equipment.
  • Performed general maintenance tasks on sweeper, such as assembling and changing to broom components, washing and lubricating the machine.
  • Perform general maintenance, minor repairs and regular service on crushing and screening equipment daily as directed by the superintendent.
  • General maintenance on belts and mill in support of turning rock and recycled materials into stucco for production of wallboard.
  • Performed general maintenance and repair to organization vehicles and heavy equipment making sure that all equipment was in working order.
  • Performed general maintenance and replaced parts on all assigned equipment to ensure they are all 100% mission capable.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Heavy Equipment Operator

Dozer19.8%
Backhoe10.3%
Safety Procedures9.4%
Unload Trucks9.3%
Dump Truck7.5%
Excavators5.9%
Front End Loader5.8%
Preventative Maintenance3.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Heavy Equipment Operator

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Dozer
Dozer
16.2%
16.2%
2
2
Backhoe
Backhoe
8.4%
8.4%
3
3
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
7.7%
7.7%
4
4
Unload Trucks
Unload Trucks
7.6%
7.6%
5
5
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
6.2%
6.2%
6
6
Excavators
Excavators
4.9%
4.9%
7
7
Front End Loader
Front End Loader
4.7%
4.7%
8
8
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
2.7%
2.7%
9
9
Grade Stakes
Grade Stakes
2.7%
2.7%
10
10
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
2.6%
2.6%
11
11
Water Truck
Water Truck
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
Haul Trucks
Haul Trucks
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Motor Grader
Motor Grader
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Job Site
Job Site
2.1%
2.1%
15
15
Forklifts
Forklifts
2%
2%
16
16
Scrapers
Scrapers
1.9%
1.9%
17
17
Bobcat
Bobcat
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
Rollers
Rollers
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Skid Steers
Skid Steers
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Osha
Osha
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
CDL
CDL
1%
1%
22
22
Track Hoe
Track Hoe
1%
1%
23
23
Caterpillar
Caterpillar
1%
1%
24
24
General Labor
General Labor
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
New Construction
New Construction
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Wheel Loaders
Wheel Loaders
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
John Deere
John Deere
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Tractor Trailers
Tractor Trailers
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
GPS
GPS
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Komatsu
Komatsu
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Equipment Operation
Equipment Operation
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Snow Removal
Snow Removal
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
D6
D6
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Volvo
Volvo
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
D8
D8
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Maintenance Checks
Maintenance Checks
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Road Construction
Road Construction
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Water Lines
Water Lines
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Msha
Msha
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Different Types
Different Types
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Building Pads
Building Pads
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Construction Sites
Construction Sites
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Fluid Levels
Fluid Levels
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Sewer Lines
Sewer Lines
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Crew Members
Crew Members
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Safe Operation
Safe Operation
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Utility Lines
Utility Lines
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Potential Hazards
Potential Hazards
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
General Maintenance
General Maintenance
0.3%
0.3%

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