Top Operator And Truck Driver Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Operator And Truck Driver. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Operator And Truck Driver resumes they appeared on. For example, 9.9% of Operator And Truck Driver resumes contained Heavy Equipment as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Operator And Truck Driver actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Perform a variety of maintenance procedures to ensure efficient operation of heavy equipment while maintaining OSHA safety standards.
  • Followed company policies and OSHA safety standards to operate heavy equipment for residential and small commercial construction.
  • Transported heavy equipment to various locations with a demonstrated ability to navigate thick city traffic.
  • Maintained organizational support, paperwork, record keeping and operated heavy equipment with proficiency.
  • Demonstrated experience operating heavy equipment and building and maintain Remote Radar Sites.
  • Operated heavy equipment providing general pipeline maintenance including excavating existing pipeline.
  • Delivered heavy equipment to job sites in different locations within Oklahoma.
  • Move heavy equipment safely and precisely according to customer needs.
  • Delivered/Picked up and operated heavy equipment from location to location.
  • Operate many types of heavy equipment including excavators and bulldozers.
  • Operate heavy equipment and machinery as necessary.
  • Operate all heavy equipment of excavation business.
  • Ensured heavy equipment was cleaned as scheduled/required.
  • Operated heavy equipment on construction projects.
  • Experience with heavy equipment operation.
  • Hauled heavy equipment, regional International
  • Retained to operate heavy equipment.
  • Hauled and operated heavy equipment.
  • Truck Driver Local truck driver primary to pick up and deliver heavy equipment from different job sites and within the yard.
  • Experienced in operating a verity of heavy equipment, forklifts and tractor trailer with thousands of miles over the road driving.

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2. Dump Truck

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Here's how Dump Truck is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operated tandem-axle dump truck requiring commercial drivers license.
  • Crew Foreman/Drove Dump Truck/Operated Paving Equipment
  • Haul and deliver various materials utilizing bottom hopper, end dump and dump truck vehicles in conjunction with oil field production.
  • Operate tandem and single axle dump trucks with trailers, operate equipment to maintain roads and highways and traffic control.
  • Operated dump trucks, excavators, back hoes, and front-end loaders in the creation and maintenance of logging roads.
  • Operate CAT articulated and large mining dump trucks to extract and move earth in support of large scale construction projects.
  • Hauled water or mud in vac truck as well as rock, dirt and other materials in a dump truck.
  • Hauled various types of equipment with a tag trailer behind a quad axle dump truck up to 60 tons.
  • Delivered material (sand, gravel, asphalt and concrete) and also drove off road dump truck.
  • Drive tractor trailer flatbed and dump truck Over the road to deliver general freight, concrete blocks etc.
  • Haul material to and from site, a well as the equipment, with dump truck and trailer.
  • Drive and operate a 7 and 8 axle heavy haul dump trucks on a variety of construction projects.
  • Graded and maintained graveled alleys and snow removal with motor graders and single and tandem axle dump trucks.
  • Performed deliveries of bulk material in a quad axle dump truck while abiding by all DOT regulations.
  • Operated heavy equipment, Quad axle dump truck driver with live bottom feed for chip and seal crew
  • Operated mini excavator, dump truck, skid-steer, and specialized equipment required for natural gas installation.
  • Operate heavy equipment, drive/operate belly dump & end dump trucks, & heavy haul trucks.
  • Operate dump trucks and loaders to maintain and repair roads and other aspects of road maintenance.
  • Operate equipment suck as dump trucks, forklifts, lawn mowers, and other landscaping equipment.
  • Scrap topsoil off of fields and load dump trucks that transport dirt to be stock piled.

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3. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting equipment and supplies.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures when transporting lumber goods.
  • Followed all safety procedures in utility industry.
  • Follow and understand required safety procedures.
  • Accustomed with all regulations and safety procedures on the road, escorting pilot cars and trip planning for permitted routes.
  • Followed all safety procedures and policies and reported all violations of such procedures and policies to supervisor.
  • Get involved in showing new employees the proper safety procedures; Participate in Safety Committee as requested.
  • Attended driving and safely training programs; observe and follow safety procedures and precautions.
  • Operated the boom to lift materials and followed safety procedures.
  • Maintain accurate paperwork, record logs and manage densitometer operation and safety procedures.
  • Followed all safety procedures in utility construction for equipment operations and jobsite procedures.
  • Follow safety procedures and use required personal protective equiptment when working.
  • Fill out daily pre task planning cards go over standard work instructions and safety procedures.
  • Drive trucks/tractors with capacities up to three tons Follow relevant transportation legal and safety procedures
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transport.Inspect loads to ensure that cargo is secure.

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4. Delivery Instructions

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Here's how Delivery Instructions is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Maintained telephone contact with dispatch to receive delivery instructions.
  • Collect delivery instructions from appropriate sources, verifying instructions and routes.
  • Maintained telephone or radio contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
  • Maintained telephone and radio contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
  • Maintained radio contact with supervisor/dispatch to receive and transmit delivery instructions.
  • Maintained radio/phone contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.

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5. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Delivered and setup storage buildings.delivered lumber and building materials to job site...
  • Communicate regularly with dispatcher to ensure timely product delivery at job site
  • Deliver equipment to different job site
  • Drive class a vehicles from shop to job site on a daily basis, variety of vehicles and weight classes.
  • Company truck driver picking up and delivering steel, supplies, tools, and equipment to and from job sites.
  • Verify directions with plant personnel before leaving the plant to ensure delivery to the correct customer and job site.
  • Drive, inspect and maintain tractor and two dump trailers Haul and deliver various materials to job sites.
  • Interact with other crew members on daily basis to help assist them with anything while on job site.
  • Haul heavy equipment and materials to job sites and dig and or trench to help with electrical teams
  • Performed flagging duties to safely guide dumps drivers, and tractor-trailer drivers onto and off job sites.
  • Drive truck hauling aggregate two job sites and demolition from job sites to landfill and recycling places.
  • Build loads of building materials, delivery of building materials to job sites with flatbed dump truck.
  • Walk the job site and to be able to notice what utilities may not be marked.
  • Moved equipment with truck and lowboy when equipment needed to be moved to different job sites.
  • Managed and operated a crusher plant and drove dump trucks transporting raw materials to job sites.
  • Deliver ready-mix concrete to job site, load plant bins with rock and sand as needed.
  • Drive 10 ton dump truck to pick up materials, and deliver to job site.
  • Picked up and delivered rear load/front load containers to customers at job sites or homes.
  • Load and haul off construction debris from various job sites in the central Texas area.
  • Haul gravel and fill material on and off job sites with 10 yard dump truck.

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6. Unload Trucks

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Here's how Unload Trucks is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Fork Lift Operator* Timely completion of work orders* Load and unload trucks* Supervised 16 employees* Locally operated delivery truck
  • Operated Forklift in warehouse to load and unload Trucks and transport materials throughout various locations within the warehouse.
  • Load and unload trucks with forklift...drive various kinds of trucks on the pipeline delivering supplies
  • Operated forklift to load and unload trucks in shipping and receiving and secondary Delivery driver.
  • Deliver supplies to vendors, load and unload trucks with pallet jack or forklift.
  • Fill orders, shipping & receiving, deliveries, load & unload trucks, assembler
  • Operate grapple crane safely to load and unload trucks on and off railroad property.
  • Operate warehouse machinery to unload trucks and put product in its proper locations.
  • Load trucks, Unload trucks, and supply production areas with product.
  • Deliver Building Materials and pull Lumber Orders, load and unload Trucks.
  • Worked in warehouse driving a forklift to load and unload trucks.
  • Operated high power heavy duty caterpillar to load and unload trucks.
  • Load and unload trucks, maintain stock and assist customers.
  • Used propane forklift to load and unload trucks at warehouse.
  • Load and unload trucks and rail cars with clamp truck.
  • Load and unload trucks using pallet jacks and fork lift
  • Load and unload trucks stack product drove clamp forklift.
  • Load and unload trucks using various types of forklifts.
  • Load and unload trucks, Tractor Trailer, Loader
  • Load and unload trucks with forklift safely.

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7. CDL

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Here's how CDL is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Transported products as a CDL-licensed driver nationally.
  • Worked as Forklift operator, CDL truck driver, freight handler, freight control, and inventory.
  • Possess a valid Texas issued commercial driver's license (CDL A or B)
  • Obtained certification of Class A CDL with no restrictions and a tanker endorsement.
  • Maintained a class A CDL drivers license and safe driving record.
  • Required a CDL license and per-trip and post-trip walk around inspections.
  • Maintained current Class B CDL with Air Brake endorsement.
  • Operate class B and A CDL vehicles in company business
  • Operated CDL Shredder Truck and ran routes.
  • Worked on obtaining CDL training and permit.
  • Hold a valid CDL License.
  • Obtained Class A Commercial Driver's License, CDL, in 1989 with NC State Department.
  • Drive CDL truck to treat and maintain well sites in the Oil & Gas Industry.
  • Maintained current Class A CDL for the last 18 years.
  • Present: upgraded to a class A CDL - 7/20/2014.
  • Back up welder and truck driver with CDL A.
  • Trained new hires to get their CDL's.
  • Rig up and Rig Down Skills Used CDL A
  • State of MT Class A CDL.
  • Acquired a Class A CDL.

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8. Front End Loader

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Here's how Front End Loader is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Load dry fertilizer utilizing an articulating front end loader.
  • Operate roll off truck/trailer, step deck flat bed, low boy trailer, front end loader, bobcat and hi-lo
  • Operate front end loaders with forks, buckets, racks, drags, stingers, snow blowers and trimmer attachments.
  • Run a front end loader to load fertilizer into blender for it to be put on spreader rig.
  • Drive various kinds and types of semi's and forklifts and skid loaders, also front end loaders.
  • Operated potato trucks, front end loaders, farm tractors and fork lifts in various off road situations.
  • Drive Side-Dump and Heavy Hauling with the Low-Boy Loaded and unloaded myself with Front End Loaders and Bobcats
  • Front End Loader Operator-Required to do daily inspection, check fluids, and perform routine maintenance.
  • Snow removal using a front end loader equipped with a16 foot all angle blade.
  • Loaded sand and gravel into bins and various other vehicles using front end loader.
  • Operated various equipment, dollar, compactor, flat wheel, front end loader.
  • Operate front end loader to scrap and clean coal or dig and load rock.
  • Operated front end loaders loading trucks, excavating dirt, and grading.
  • Operate various front end loaders to aid in loading trucks and conveyors.
  • Operate front end loader to load rock, sand and other materials.
  • Operated forklifts and front end loaders to load product into trucks.
  • Loaded bins with front end loader and delivered concrete to customers.
  • Operate a front end loader to load the trailer and pup.
  • Haul loads from front end loaders and excavators to dump sites.
  • Operated front end loader and drive a tandem plow truck.

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9. Backhoe

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Here's how Backhoe is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Cleaned canals and maintained roads with dirt moving equipment such as scrapers, loaders, excavators, backhoes and gravel trucks.
  • Operated backhoes for foundations, basements, septic holes, pipelines, water lines, sewer lines, etc.
  • Assist with load and unloading of vaults at burial site using Mechanical equipment, backhoes and delivery trucks.
  • Operate backhoes, excavators, bulldozers, and side booms for laying pipelines at gas field locations.
  • Operate equipment including backhoes, excavators, and loaders in maintaining county roads and right of ways.
  • Operated directional boring drill, backhoe, excavators, tamps and other equipment and hand tools.
  • Operate backhoe, bulldozer, high loader, wood grinder, drive semi-truck and straight truck.
  • Patched Potholes; Acting Crew Leader; Perform Street Repair; Rubber Tire Roller; Drove Backhoe
  • Operate backhoe and bulldozer, transport equipment, contract maintenance for railroad track, maintain equipment
  • Trained to operate grader, backhoe, excavator, scraper pan, and compaction equipment.
  • Operated loader, backhoe, excavator, and skid steer, also laborer when needed.
  • Operate front end loader and backhoe to pack garbage and maximize space in trailer's.
  • Operated a directional drilling, rig, and backhoe installing underground high voltage power cables.
  • Truck driver / General labor; Operated bulldozer, backhoe, bobcat, excavator.
  • Service, repair and perform maintenance on tractor's, trailer's and backhoe.
  • Limited experience with backhoe, bucket loader, surface roller, and brush hog.
  • Experience Operating the following Equipment: Backhoe Skid Steer Excavator Front End Loader Grader
  • Operate backhoe, install and maintain railroad tracks, drive truck to haul equipment
  • Cleaned drains and roadways using backhoe and flushing drain ways with sewer jet.
  • Operated track hoe, backhoe, loader, railroad track maintenance and construction.

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10. Tractor-Trailer Combinations

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Here's how Tractor-Trailer Combinations is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations in urban, suburban and rural environments.
  • Operated trucks with capacities greater than twenty tons, including tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver products or other materials.
  • Drive tractor-trailer combinations in off road harvest of farm products.
  • Drive trucks with capacities greater than 3 tons, including tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver products, other materials.
  • Experienced in operation of Tractor-Trailer combinations with 53' and 48' Trailers.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combinations, including doubles and triples.

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11. Dozer

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Here's how Dozer is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operated heavy machinery including bulldozers and excavators.
  • Operated and maintained semi-truck/tractor and trailers, front-end pay loader, bulldozer, excavator, flatbed truck, and forklift.
  • Drive all their trucks hauling anything from grain to bulldozer, and operate numerous pieces of equipment.
  • Operated skid steer, high lift, excavators, cranes and bulldozers.
  • Operate a D6 Caterpillar bulldozer to maintain haul roads.
  • Run heavy equipment, loaders, excavators, d6,d8 dozers loading gravel and boulders and doing excavation work.
  • Service rig operator, truck driver, dozer operator, service general equipment maintenance, welding, auto painting.
  • Operated Bull Dozers and Excavators digging commercial and residential foundations, Drive ways, tennis courts, ball fields.
  • Feed crusher with 988 loader, feed plant with D6 dozer, and help with maintenance and general labor.
  • Operate end dump and walking floor trailers, heavy front-end loaders and dozers to move and haul product.
  • Operate various pieces of heavy equipment as needed, including: dozer, loader, and excavator.
  • Operated bulldozer pushing roads for skidders and kept bunching ground clear of limbs and debris.
  • Worked as a dozer operator pushing dirt and also hauled dirt on-site inside lead-belt materials.
  • Operate dozer on fires cutting fire line to aide fire suppression techniques safely and efficiently.
  • Operated tanker, grader, loader, back-hoe, dozer, and performed routine maintenance.
  • Operated equipment such as: dozer, excavator, rubber tire hoe, and Ditch-witch.
  • Operated small rubber tired hoe, large and small dozers, and paving equipment.
  • Operate various equipment including loaders, excavators, dozers, scrapers, etc.
  • Operated skidsteers, bulldozers, forklifts, excavators, and land clearing equipment.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as front loader, dozer and Bobcats.

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12. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Communicate with customers to determine pick-up or delivery needs -Demonstrate internal and external customer service.
  • Provided customer service by collecting payment for goods delivered and delivery charges.
  • Provided excellent customer service skills with daily interaction of patrons.
  • Ensured that excellent customer service was delivered to every customer.
  • Provide excellent customer service when contacting shippers and receivers.
  • Assisted with clientele relations by providing excellent customer service.
  • Provide unbeatable customer service to every customer every time.
  • Maintained outstanding customer service between plants and customers.
  • Provided customer service to customers ordering materials.
  • Provided customer services to customers.
  • Weekend dispatcher customer service order taking
  • Experience providing excellent customer services.
  • Maintained current accounts by being on time, courteous and respectful to their needs while focusing on excellent customer service.
  • Worked as a customer service representative out in the yard to ensure completeness of customer invoices, loss control officer.
  • Assisted with loading and off-Loading truck and/or trailer contents, provided customer service to clients, loading dock workers/supervisors.
  • Provided customer service, dealt extensively with both vendors & clients, both in person and by phone.
  • Show proper respect and courtesies to client, make a good impression and show good customer service.
  • Loaded the vehicle to match the delivery route to stay on time and ensure perfect customer service.
  • Operated back office for invoicing and acted as customer service and sales representative for the company.
  • Perform within good standards of customer service for delivery of loads all required signatures on cargo.

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13. Sand

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Here's how Sand is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Haled sand and gravel operated heave equipment
  • Hauled bottom-dump trailers with materials consisting of sand, gravel, rock, dirt, asphalt to constructions sites and/or plants.
  • Worked on-site Sand and Aggregate processing plant developing and staging construction materials on site for hot-mix and concrete plant operations.
  • Trained new hires to drive and operate heavy machinery, also trained new hires to hook up sanders and plows.
  • Delivered sand, hot mix, stone, and dirt for highway and new construction throughout Delaware and Maryland.
  • Operate front-end loader for the purpose of loading truck with and sand and gravel and other duties as needed.
  • Learned how to run Hydration Unit, Sand movers, Chemical Float and learned how to maintain Pumps.
  • Experienced excavator operator, pile driver, sand blaster, welder, fitter, electrician, and painter.
  • Operated 2.5-10-ton vehicles and 4-24 thousand capacity forklifts to secure and deliver cargo with zero incidents or accidents.
  • Haul boulders to stockpile or dumped dirt, sand, AB, and boulders to expected areas.
  • Used overhead crane to load one thousand to ten-thousand tons of steel of various sizes onto truck.
  • Operated spreaders to apply sand and salt to roads and highway to remove snow and ice.
  • Hauled pea gravel, Man sand, Concrete sand and 1-inch rock both Residential and Commercial.
  • Operate trucks equipped with snowplows or sander attachments to maintain roads in winter weather.
  • Operated a semi-truck/trailer hauling grain, sand, rock, fertilizer, etc.
  • WORK EXPERIENCE We haul anything from Screened Sand to Concrete and Boulders.
  • Operate all sand equipment, hydration unit, pump room and blender.
  • Operate semi tractor hauling sand and gravel using an end dump trailer.
  • Hauled sand from pit to the business and then to customers.
  • Truck driving end dumps hauling sand, gravel, landfill materials.

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14. Tractor Trailers

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Here's how Tractor Trailers is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operated lowboy trucks and tractor trailers transporting construction machinery, oilfield equipment, and forestry machinery.
  • Operated various tractor trailers (10 speeds) to pick up freight, and received into inventory.
  • Operated vacuum trucks and tractor trailers utilized in waste cleanup and environmental spills.
  • Perform preventive maintenance inspection on tractor trailers for good and safe operating conditions.
  • Load and unload delivery stock from Tractor Trailers.
  • Operated equipment and drove tractor trailers.
  • Operated heavy machinery such as paver, road widener, roller, and tractor trailers
  • Maintained and Performed pre maintenance on pumps and tractor trailers.

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15. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Keep shop equipment operating by following operating instructions; troubleshooting breakdowns; maintaining supplies; performed preventative maintenance.
  • Developed a Preventative maintenance Program for regular servicing of vehicles and other equipment.
  • Planned all preventative maintenance to allow for maximized performance of equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on rental equipment and delivery equipment.
  • Performed routine preventative maintenance of assigned equipment and tools.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and daily maintenance to heavy equipment.
  • Demonstrated experience in equipment operation and performing preventative maintenance.
  • Perform and complete preventative maintenance procedures.
  • Performed Preventative Maintenance and implemented mechanical repairs to a number of oilfield vehicles and parts, including C-Pumps and Triplex Pumps.
  • Performed daily preventative maintenance of clamp truck(s) to avoid breakdowns.
  • Performed preventative maintenance checks and services on all company vehicles.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on all equipment and vehicles.
  • Inspect and provide preventative maintenance to tractor trailer.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and detailed repairs on said equipment.
  • Perform pre and post job inspections, perform and complete preventative maintenance procedures, and maintain support equipment.
  • Can perform all required Preventative Maintenance on all Frac trucks, pumps and valves.

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16. Water Truck

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Here's how Water Truck is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Drive tandem dump truck, end dumps, water truck, double belly dumps, and repair and maintain all equipment.
  • Dump Truck Driver, Hauling with a Lowboy, Water Truck Driver/Operator, 1 - Ton Flat bed with trailer.
  • Water truck consists of a pump unit to on-load lake water and deliver to an oil rig to off-load.
  • Operated all types of equipment: Trucks, backhoe, front end loader, water truck, etc.
  • Operated water trucks, transport truck, side dump, belly dump to move dirt and other materials.
  • Dump truck driver/equipment operator for the sites services department and water truck driver for the pavement cleaning service.
  • Drive water truck load production water & condensate from various tank batteries & locations haul to disposal sites!
  • Coal cleaning, Coal haulage, Rock trucks, Bulldozers, Water trucks, maintenance/ fueling etc...
  • Drive and operate water truck, rock truck, belly dump, end dump, tandem, loader
  • Experience hauling salt water with tank trucks, driving water trucks, and dump trucks.
  • Operated water truck, properly hooking up to fire hydrant and unhooking after filling truck.
  • Operate and maintain water truck, cement mixer, dump truck and low bed trailers.
  • Operated lull, bus, water truck (freight liner), ran a tractor
  • Drive and operate water truck, belly dumps, doubles and triples.
  • Drive concrete mixer trucks, dump trucks, water trucks.
  • Operated a water truck, ran winch truck and loader.
  • Experience in foundation drilling drive Water Truck Boom Truck Backhoe
  • Helped with maintaining a fleet of 48 water trucks.
  • Operated Water truck at Benton county fair grounds.
  • Operated Water Trucks and Haulage Trucks.

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17. Frac

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Here's how Frac is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Repaired fractional-horsepower gasoline engines used to power lawnmowers, garden tractors and similar machines.
  • Handled chemicals and observed chemical operations pertinent to daily routine fracturing.
  • Assist in all forms of hydraulic fracturing, including water, sand and chemicals, to extract gas from the ground.
  • Operated equipment used in the fracturing of natural gas well perforations and to encase the well casings in cement reinforcements.
  • Experienced in all operations of hydraulic fracturing for production of crude oil for XTO.
  • Well services company providing hydraulic fracturing and other services to big oil companies.
  • Maintain fracturing truck equipment by checking fluids on a daily basis.
  • Rig up and rig down for oil well fracturing.
  • Fractured oil wells in various locations across Oklahoma.
  • Preformed safe rigging of high pressure fracturing lines.
  • Fracture formations for flow of Oil and gas.
  • Conducted high pressure pumping with nitrogen fracturing.
  • Rig up and perform fracturing job.
  • Operate frac equipment -Equipment maintenance -Transport equipment & chemicals for fracturing jobs
  • Transport frack equipment and chemicals to locations
  • Maintained and operated fracking equipment.
  • Helped supervisor on location spot equipment in place so that the job could be rigged up to frac the well.
  • Job Duties: Transfer produce water from tanks or open pits to disposal, carry fresh water for frac operations.
  • Truck and equipment operator Operate equipment as well as assembling high pressure iron lines pertaining to gas well fracturing.
  • Have experience working in test tank, monitoring equipment, as well as driving experience and general frac knowledge.

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18. Pre-Trip Inspections

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Here's how Pre-Trip Inspections is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Performed pre-trip inspections to verify that safety equipment and other components were functional and operational.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections of truck/equipment.
  • Completed a daily pre-trip inspections before first delivery of the day.
  • Preformed pre-trip inspections and basic maintenance for trucks and equipment.
  • Perform thorough pre-trip inspections of all equipment.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections of vehicles.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections, compliance with DOT/HOS regulations, use of QualComm dispatch software and electronic driver logs.

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19. Drive Trucks

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Here's how Drive Trucks is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Drive trucks in a safe and efficient manner to the shops and other oil well sites in North Dakota and Montana.
  • Drive trucks, set up coil tubing units, and operate liquid and nitrogen pumps on oil and gas locations.
  • Drive machines onto truck trailers, drive trucks to transport machines and material to and from job sites.
  • Drive trucks in order to pick up incoming stock or to deliver parts to designated locations.
  • Work on riding lawn mowers and chainsaws and other small engines.drive trucks, construction equipment.
  • Drive trucks with capacities greater than 75 tones, including tractor-trailer combinations.
  • Load and drive trucks with various products for specific jobs.
  • Reason Left: Diabetic, Can no longer drive Trucks.
  • Drive trucks to transport materials to and from construction sites.
  • Drive tractor, Work on equipment, and Drive Trucks
  • Drive trucks daily and operate equipment as needed.
  • Drive trucks hauling materials and equipment.
  • Drive trucks out to oil field locations
  • Drive trucks safely to location.
  • Drive trucks to haul crops, supplies and/or tools.
  • Drive trucks to pick up and deliver classified documents for shredding Used Forklifts to load and unload trucks.
  • drive trucks to different locations.
  • Drive trucks and equipment associated with highway maintenance and repair.Keep up with maintaining vehicles and equipment.Repair mechanical breakdowns.
  • Drive trucks with capacities greater than 3 tons, including tractor-trailer combinations, to transportand deliver products or other materials.
  • Operate Cranes Drive Trucks /Heavy Haul Perform Rig Moves Maintain /Fix Equipment

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20. Log Book

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Here's how Log Book is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Complete daily log book* Maintain vehicle safety* Comply with weight/load guidelines* Hauling/delivery of asphalt, paving, and similar materials
  • Maintain federal log book for safety of vehicle and keep records of any maintenance performed to the truck.
  • Maintain a log book for hours worked and driven as to stay compliant to federal law.
  • Completed inspection reports, log book, and trip sheets as required, meeting all D.O.T.
  • Maintained log book with daily mileage, gas log receipts, and paperwork as required.
  • Log all forms of travel by time and length on Federal DOT log book.
  • Ensured all crane log books are completed and up to date at all times.
  • Fill out log book correctly and keep all necessary records up to date.
  • Delivered supplies and foods to customers; utilized log book to track deliveries.
  • Complete log books and necessary paperwork associated with freight runs.
  • Maintained assigned equipment and all log books and inspection reports.
  • Managed bills of lading, maintained log books/electronic logs.
  • Keep my log books and equipment in legal order.
  • Maintain accurate and timely log books and reporting requirements.
  • Complied with DOT regulations regarding to log books.
  • Maintain all vehicle/equipment records in log books.
  • Fill out log book on daily basis.
  • Complete log books according to DOT regulations.
  • Fill in log books to DOT specifications.
  • Maintained log book to DOT specifications.

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21. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Haul specific over-sized and HAZMAT loads for Military/Government contracts.
  • Hauled a variety of equipment, materials, and other HAZMAT substances from one location to another.
  • Acquired training in transport of HAZMAT.
  • Directed response to HAZMAT spills.
  • Accomplished CDL endorsements: doubles, triples, tanker, HAZMAT.
  • Handled the transportation of priority hazmat materials even in worse situations and bad climatic or environmental conditions.
  • Hauled general freight in 48 states and Canada in accordance with 49CFR hazmat and FMCSA rules and regulations.
  • Moved to the acid department because they needed a hazmat driver to move their chemicals.
  • Attained CDL class B with Hazmat designation & air brakes from state of Texas.
  • Have a valid class A CDL license with both the tanker and hazmat endorsement.
  • Haul hazmat materials to and from various locations throughout North Dakota and Montana.
  • Licensed to operate Class A vehicles with Hazmat tanker endorsement and Doubles/triples.
  • Attended CPR classes, and hazmat training for proper shipping forms.
  • Hauled hazmat and classified high security freight across all 48 states.
  • Planned and followed all hazmat routes to safely move shipments.
  • Handled Hazmat drilling fluids on Drilling Rigs.
  • Experience in gas hazmat PPE.
  • Maintained CDL with Hazmat endorsement.
  • Truck Driver; Class A and Class B, Tanker, Hazmat.
  • Operate heavy equipment including forklift, manlift, crane and drive trucks - class A CDL with hazmat and tanker endorsement.

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22. Boom Truck

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Here's how Boom Truck is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Boom truck operations, wheel loaders, nine wheel rollers, steel rollers, and bulldozer operations.
  • Load empty bins onto back of boom truck using forklift and secure load.
  • Trained new hires how to stock materials, drive and operate boom trucks.
  • Operate Crane and boom trucks doing steel erection and other custom work.
  • Maintained an excellent safety record while driving and operating commercial boom trucks.
  • Operate 40-ton hydraulic truck crane and 12.5 ton hydraulic boom truck.
  • Maintain safety equipment, fluids and overall maintenance of boom truck.
  • Run loader, clam bucket excavator and small boom truck.
  • Certified on boom trucks and cranes since 1995 to current.
  • Operate boom trucks to perform maintenance on oil well locations.
  • Fork truck operator, operating boom truck to unload block.
  • Operate and maintain a 66 foot knuckle boom truck.
  • Operate boom truck to load and unload pipe materials.
  • Operated boom truck, digger truck and tractor trailer.
  • Pick up full bins of avocado using boom truck.
  • Required ability to drive and operate a boom truck.
  • Operate boom truck to deliver siding and roofing materials.
  • Set production equipment with a boom truck i.e.
  • Operate dump truck, lowboy, boom truck
  • Operated an 18 ton boom truck.

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23. Haul Trucks

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Here's how Haul Trucks is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operate crane, drive haul trucks, operate forklift, rig for cranes
  • Operated haul trucks by Volvo and CAT.
  • Operated Cat 797f Haul trucks.
  • Operate Haul Trucks, 40 to 340 Ton Electric & DieselHauling Aggregate, & Copper Ore,
  • Trained and certified in the operations of 150, 190, and 270 ton haul trucks.
  • Started driving 793 A, B, and C haul trucks.
  • Operate pay loader, skid loader, haul trucksexcavators, and hammer.
  • skid steers, mini excavators, fork lifts, haul trucks.
  • Operate loaders, dozers, haul trucks.

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24. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Comply with OSHA and site-specific safety regulations.
  • Maintained and provided documentation for up keep of all equipment according to OSHA and company policy.
  • Conduct operations in a manner that promotes safety and comply with OSHA and MSDS Standards.
  • Attend OSHA safety refresh courses & pass with a certified certification.
  • Cross trained on all machinery and attended OSHA safety classes.
  • Follow all safety regulations for DOT, MSHA and OSHA
  • Completed OSHA Training, First Aid and CPR Certified.
  • Followed all OSHA guidelines and procedures when performing excavations.
  • Complete construction of walkway to meet OSHA Guidelines.
  • Followed OSHA polices and procedures.
  • Meet with MSHA, OSHA, and DOT regulations.
  • Install railing guards, etc per OSHA standards.
  • Attended weekly safety meetings on PPE, lock/tag-out procedure, fire extinguisher use & defibrillator opetation administered by OSHA.
  • Experience with standards of operation (OSHA requirements on minimum/maximum speeds, signaling, putting product in appropriate area.
  • Maintained Class A License Served on safety committee and help maintain the work area to OSHA specifications
  • Operate dozers, loader and backhoe following OSHA Safety Regulations.
  • Follow all safety guidelines in compliance with DOT & OSHA.
  • Completed H2s training and Osha 10.
  • Acquired Cal OSHA Blasting License by March, 1986.
  • Complete Osha 10 Training and respirator qualifcations.

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25. Bobcat

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Here's how Bobcat is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operated excavator and bobcat during debris removal and housing demolition for Hurricane Katrina.
  • Use bobcat to dump trash bins into trash compactor truck once truck is full take it to dump at landfill
  • Operate Bobcat at transfer station to assist with loading the dumpsters in preparation of transport to the landfill.
  • Loaded and unloaded trailer truck containers with use of bobcat and forklift.
  • Dig foundations and finish landscape work.with a skid steer or bobcat.
  • Started in a bobcat plowing parking lots/spaces and tight areas!
  • Used bobcat and forklift as needed to move misc.
  • Use of bobcat/forklifts day by day
  • Operated bobcat and other equipment.
  • Haul trees away with Bobcat.
  • Operated Class A and B commercial tractor trailer truck, Bobcat skid loader, hand plate compactor and commercial compactor roller.
  • Operated and serviced bobcat and skytrak forklifts in the loading and unloading of conex containers.
  • Haul granite to crusher operate loader ,bobcat, excavator etc..
  • mill operator,bobcat,loader operator,truck driver
  • Drive roll offs, rearloaders,frontend loaders,18wheelers,bobcats,bobtails for the city in the environment department.
  • operated heavy equpment of difrent types , packers, hall trucks, bobcats .

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26. Track Hoe

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Here's how Track Hoe is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Run any equipment that needed to be ran such as Track Hoe, Loaders, Mini Hoe and Skid loader.
  • Operate bulldozer, track hoe and motor grader, clear and push fire lanes, finish grade dirt work
  • Operate track hoe installing residential water and sewer pipe and power hook-ups for new homes and apartments.
  • Operated track hoe digging ditch, and was tie in operator, lead man in completions.
  • Operated track hoes, compactors, loaders, bulldozers.
  • Operate track hoe, loader, haul truck, crusher, and skid steer.
  • Run dozier, track hoe, rubber tire loader.
  • Operated track hoe, dozer, back hoe, skid steer, tractors and various other equipment.

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27. General Labor

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Here's how General Labor is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Performed general labor duties; operated a leaf vacuum, wood chipper, forklift, other light equipment.
  • General labor, organizing, house keeping, use of a large variety of hand and power tools.
  • General labor work also involved and in many cases work day was 9-10 hours long including weekends.
  • Drive end dumps, safety routine, tie down equipment, general labor
  • Performed general labor duties, built buildings and constructed roads.
  • Operate other equipment and general labor as needed.
  • General labor maintaining roads and equipment.

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28. OTR

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Here's how OTR is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Warehouse forklift operator, OTR deliveries or new automobiles
  • Hauled materials using 10 speed manual transmission /automatic trucks to assigned location locally as well as OTR.
  • Maintained communication with Owner of company daily to manage a fleet of 3 OTR trucks.
  • Compiled to the operational procedures and guidelines contained in the Transportation Driver OTR Driver Manual.
  • Transport experience with 40-foot Cozad Equipment (Lowboy) Trailer on Site and OTR.
  • Run 48 states OTR.Skills UsedBeen in the trucking industry for almost 15 years
  • Worked with my father driving otr in commercial tractor.
  • Perform daily maintenance on Gyrotrac and Track-hoe.
  • Air freight operations, del and pu OTR
  • Truck Driver - 13 speed Peterbilt 379 wrecker long haul OTR.
  • Use electronic logs and paper logs if elotronic logs wernt wotking.

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29. Traffic Laws

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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Followed all appropriate traffic laws, reported serious mechanical problems to managers or safety department.
  • Work in adherence to safe practices, procedures, work site and traffic laws.
  • Follow company procedures, safety regulation, and traffic laws.
  • Obeyed traffic laws and safety guidelines.
  • Follow traffic laws, safety regulations and company procedures Checked all load-related documentation for completion and accuracy.
  • Obeyed traffic laws in different states Followed all established transportation procedures
  • obey traffic laws Skills Used Getting freight ontime undamaged, maps,qualcomm,ability to use logs and perform pretrip inspections

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30. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Maintained compliance with the Department of Transportation and State regulations for recycling transport and collection.
  • Maintain log of travels and cargo according to the federal and state regulations.
  • Maintained all DOT records in compliance with federal and state regulations.
  • Complied with all states on safety policies and state regulations.
  • Maintained records required by Federal and State regulations.
  • Drive trucks to weigh stations before and after loading and along routes to document weights and to comply with state regulations.

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31. Safe Operation

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Here's how Safe Operation is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Keep daily driver logs and maintain safe operation of company commercial vehicles and equipment.
  • Performed thorough daily vehicle maintenance checks and services to ensure safe operation.
  • Preformed all non major maintenance to ensure safe operation of vehicle.
  • Engage in safe operation to and from job sites.
  • Job also required safe operation of a fork-truck.
  • Operated a mixer truck Responsible for safe operation to and from job sites
  • Ensured the safe operation of tools ,vehicles and equipment.

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32. Construction Sites

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Here's how Construction Sites is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Inspect work progress, equipment, or construction sites to verify safety or to ensure that specifications are met.
  • Moved construction materials such as pipe, steel and crane materials often found in construction sites.
  • Drive flatbed crane truck to pick up and deliver underground construction equipment to construction sites.
  • Delivered equipment, parts needed for repairs and other supplies to various construction sites.
  • Provided professional delivery and set up of equipment to various client construction sites.
  • Clean or prepare construction sites to eliminate possible hazard.
  • Provided traffic control for vehicles at construction sites.
  • Drive a concrete truck making deliveries to construction sites
  • Delivered concrete to customers and construction sites.
  • Clear construction sites of debris and trash.
  • Certified to work on construction sites.
  • Transported, loaded, and unloaded equipment required for construction sites daily.Maintained vehicle log and records with preventative safety/maintenance documentation.
  • Delivered building materials to construction sites as well as individual customers Stocked lumberyard and unloaded incoming freight
  • Used a 48 foot goose neck trailer delivering and picking up masonry equipment to designated construction sites Operated power equipment when required
  • Delivered and Unloaded Rebar at Construction sites within the 5 state area, including the Twin Cities area.
  • Deliver lumber and other building products to new construction sites with 26' flatbed with a truck mounted moffett lift
  • Delivered rock materials to construction sites, roads, and driveways Loaded trucks Operated plant
  • Grade residential housing and commercial construction sites, install septic fields .

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33. Weather Conditions

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Here's how Weather Conditions is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Picked up and delivered goods punctually on a daily basis irrespective of road and weather conditions.
  • Worked outside for extended periods in all weather conditions.
  • Worked under all different types of weather conditions.
  • Experienced working outdoors under harsh weather conditions.
  • Performed work in all weather conditions.
  • Weather conditions warrant work or not.
  • Worked in different weather conditions.
  • Operated atractor-trailer combination in urban, suburban and rural environments and in alltypes of weather conditions.

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34. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Performed laboratory techniques on sample materials, assisted in mitigation of hazardous materials incidents.
  • Transport cement and hazardous materials form our local facility to required locations.
  • Adhere to all regulations regarding the transportation of hazardous and non-hazardous materials.
  • Maintain high pressure pumping equipment and hazardous materials pumping equipment.
  • Have Hazardous Materials endorsement used for equipment refueling operations.
  • Hauled general commodities/ hazardous materials.
  • Key Duties: o Transported hazardous materials o Loaded and unloaded all materials through the use of stationary and vehicle pumps
  • Operated various trucks, trailers, and equipment in environmental clean-up of hazardous materials for corporations and various governmental agencies.
  • Experienced in running hazardous materials through paper mills, chemical companies sites, and food and beverage companies sites.
  • Transported domestic, ocean, air-freight and various types of hazardous materials for Midwest LTL and OTR carrier.
  • Work with hazardous materials Truck Driver - drive 18-wheelers to location including off road, and maintain rigs
  • Maintained knowledge of working and properly handling explosives, radiation, and other hazardous materials.
  • Transported liquids and hazardous materials in excess of 115,000 pounds to and from job sites.
  • Clear construction areas of debris and other hazardous materials prior to beginning a project.
  • Have experience in the removal, transportation, and disposal of hazardous materials.
  • Followed DOD and DOT guidelines for the shipping and storage of hazardous materials.
  • Hauled various types of products including hazardous materials through the United States.
  • Transported hazardous materials from company site to job sites.
  • Transport Hazardous Materials, Refrigerated products and Oversize loads.
  • Transport hazardous materials and comply with all Haz-Mat regulations.

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35. Straight Truck

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Here's how Straight Truck is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Flatbed Delivery Driver, Straight Truck/Box Delivery Driver
  • Employed to drive 26' Straight Truck with attached 18' trailer of equipment for Johnston-Grimes Satellite Church in Johnston, Iowa
  • Operate farm equipment including farm tractors, skid-steer machines, and driving straight trucks and semi tractor-trailers.
  • Operated 44 foot straight truck for deliveries and pick up of company related products throughout the state.
  • Drive a straight truck, moved furniture resident to resident, and occasionally operated forklift in warehouse
  • Filled up oil drums as a machine operator and transported drums with a straight truck.
  • Advanced to freight pickup and delivery using 26,000lb GVW straight truck on multiple metropolitan routes.
  • Drive both straight trucks and semi -trucks, delivering product to customers.
  • Fed Medical card to operate the company straight truck as needed.
  • Operated flatbed straight truck, moved fabricated parts with forklift.
  • Loaded straight trucks and trailers for delivers.
  • Drive and operate sweeper truck, crash cushion, bobcat, forklift, straight truck and trailer, etc.
  • Delivered material to customers with knowledge of operating a straight truck .
  • Drive 28ft non cdl straight truck and move people and pack their homes for transport
  • Operated straight truck, tri axle dump, roll off, box, trucks.
  • DOT regulated CDL driver including tri-axle roll off and straight truck.Further job history available upon request

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36. Snow Removal

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Here's how Snow Removal is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Tasked with plow routes and snow removal for the winter to insure safe passage for vehicles.
  • Maintained the facility interior and structure as well as exterior grounds, including snow removal.
  • Handled special details for snow removal and high performance pressure washing.
  • Operated road grader grading county roads/snow removal on County Hwy.
  • Operated Commercial Salting and Snow removal Equipment.
  • Operated loader and snow removal equipment.
  • General labor Trackless M/T snow removal operator
  • Snow removal to include plow driver, end dump driver& loader operator.

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37. Skid Steers

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Here's how Skid Steers is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operate wheel loaders and skid steers 3.
  • operated skid steers and mini excavators
  • use of skid steers to mow down grass for safe work areas.
  • Experinced in tractors with grading pans, compactors, skid steers.
  • Run skid steers to separate various commodities .
  • operate skid steers for snow removaldrive plow trucks and scoria spreaders

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38. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operated an assortment of equipment including forklifts, jackhammers, power saws, and basic hand tools.
  • Used hand tools to finish Concrete, Landscaping, Demolition, and a jack of all trades.
  • Use hand tools, cutting torches, welders, and cranes to service and repair equipment.
  • Operated industrial table saw, pneumatic nail gun, and other construction hand tools.
  • Performed basic labor tasks using hand tools, but also operated power equipment.
  • Use hand tools to connect and control valves, air and hydraulic lines.
  • Used hand tools to complete tasks revolving around the cement industry.
  • Use of power tools, air tools and hand tools.
  • Operate trucks in excess of 26,000 pounds Repair and rebuild railroad track, using power and non-power hand tools as necessary.

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39. Different Types

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Here's how Different Types is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operate different types of heavy duty equipment
  • Delivered carpet and different types of flooring to various cities in and around Middle Ga.
  • Operate different types of Farm equipment as well as driving truck when needed.
  • Operate different types of heavy machinery from time to time.
  • Operated different types of machines such forklift and delivery truck.
  • Learned two different types of computer dispatch systems.
  • Supervised transporting different types of home appliances.
  • Loaded trucks with different types of materials.
  • Operate different types of vehicles.
  • Hauled asphalt and different types of materials such as dirt, sand, AB, rocks, trash, etc.
  • Used track Machines any many different types of electric and hydraulic tools to build or replace railroad tracks.
  • Hauled different types of materials from rock ,dirt, sand.

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40. Building Materials

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Here's how Building Materials is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Delivered various building materials to customers operating a commercial vehicle.
  • Hired as a truck driver to haul building materials on flat bed trailers from NV to CA, AZ and UT.
  • Operate tow motor to load truck with customer orders containing building materials, including doors, siding, and flooring.
  • Warehouse Worker Operated trucks and forklifts to transport and store building materials while obeying all D.O.T.
  • Load and unload building materials on trucks and deliver to various customer locations.
  • Assemble & deliver orders of building materials to contractors in the Anchorage area.
  • Operate an 18-wheeler to transport building materials throughout the state of Montana.
  • Operated all forklift trucks to unload and reload bulk building materials.
  • Pulled a flatbed trailer hauling primarily steel and building materials.
  • Contract guaranteed schedule to deliver building materials throughout the U.S.
  • Deliver building materials to contractors and home owners.
  • Loaded and unloaded building materials used for construction.
  • Warehouse Operator/ Truck Driver Warehouse operator for building materials and specialty product distributor.
  • Hauled Building Materials throughout Southern California Stocked Yard with Building Materials
  • pull customer orders, load trucks using forklifts, deliver building materials to customers, stock houses and buildings using boom.
  • Deliver and stock building materials* Moffett lift truck operator* Securing, recording and counting truck loads
  • Loaded and drove truckes for delivery of building materials.,
  • Delivered building materials, steel, and sheetrock.
  • Delivered building materials Operated Moffett Forklift to load and unload products
  • Unload and deliver building materials to various customers using moffett, hiab boom crane, and hand deliver.

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41. Vacuum Truck

low Demand
Here's how Vacuum Truck is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Drive and operate Class B tanker/vacuum truck, providing support for clean up, repair and construction in sensitive environmental situations.
  • Trained personnel as welders, skid steer operators, conductor pipe installation, and vacuum truck operation and pump tech.
  • Experienced with vacuum trucks, vacuum guzzlers, waste oil trucks, roll of trucks, and dump trucks.
  • Plowed roadways, cleaned out storm drains, sanded roads, and operated vacuum truck during winter operations.
  • Operated heavy machinery: dump truck, vacuum truck, backhoe, excavator, loader, and roller.
  • Operate all oil recovery equipment, including vacuum truck and all operating systems.
  • Assist with operation of the vacuum truck for maintenance, and cleaning.
  • Operate vacuum truck and drive commercial vehicle
  • Operated vacuum trucks, 10k kill truck, and ran a winch truck.
  • Vacuum truck, lowboy, flatbed, side dump, end dump.
  • Operated Hydro Vacuum truck removing oil/water from Marcellus Shale operations.
  • Operate a sewer jet/vacuum truck to clean wet wells, manholes, and sewer lines Maintain and repair domestic well pumps.
  • Operate Vacuum Truck Dot inspection on Trucks and Trailers and Vacuum Tanks
  • Operate small equipment Operate vacuum truck
  • Operate pumps for H2O injection wells/ operate transport & bobtail vacuum trucks haul production water/frac water frac support water management.
  • Operated a 10 wheel Sewer Vactor truck, 10 wheel vacuum truck and a Triaxle dump truck.
  • Have experiece driving Hydro vacuum truck,Gap vacuum truck and small Tanker Truck.
  • United States To: 03/2010 Truck driving Drive vacuum truck underground.

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42. Pallet Jack

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Here's how Pallet Jack is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operated a forklift, electric pallet jack and hand truck for loading or unloading materials.
  • Fork Lift Driver responsible for loading and unloading goods and services, drove pallet jacks.
  • Organize the warehouse using pallet jacks and forklifts, cleans and maintains work environment.
  • Operated forklifts, and electric pallet jacks to load, and unload trailers.
  • Loaded and unload beverages from trucks & trailers using forklifts & pallet jacks.
  • Trained in operating pallet jacks, cardboard compactor and forklift as well.
  • Utilize hand trucks, pallet jacks and several types of Forklifts.
  • Operated equipment, including forklifts, and pallet jacks.
  • Unloaded product off trailer by using pallet jack.
  • Ride electric pallet jack to pick orders.
  • Use of hand carts and pallet jacks.
  • Helped my father drive semi truck and I loaded and unloaded the trailersWith different types of forklifts and pallet jacks.
  • Work on the docks as needed using forklifts, pallet jacks, handtrucks, and drum dollies.
  • Assisted with loading and unloading of product at warehouse using a Pallet Jack and forklift.
  • Operated electric pallet jacks, forklifts and big Joes as needed.
  • Started out as an Unloader then got trained for the Push Electric Pallet Jack then got trained on the Riding Jack.
  • operated forklifts,batter power pallet jacks, also did inspection on all equipment and safety rules.

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43. Emergency Equipment

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Here's how Emergency Equipment is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Provide emergency equipment, food and survival gear.
  • Checked vehiclebbefore driving them to ensure that mechanical, safety and emergency equipment was in good working order.
  • Checked vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in good working order less
  • Check vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in good working order.
  • Conduct daily vehicle inspections of all hazardous material, mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment.
  • Check vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in good working order.

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44. Equipment Operation

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Here's how Equipment Operation is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Job assignment consisted of heavy equipment operation for major and minor excavation work, including both commercial and residential applications.
  • Land drilling rig operations, rig moving, equipment operations, Rig up, rig out, crane operations.
  • Position: Hauling equipment, asbestos abatement, General labor, and equipment operation light and heavy.
  • Trained other employees as required in equipment operation and grade checking.
  • Love this type of workSkills UsedDriving and equipment operation
  • Trained new employees.Learned new skills.Skills UsedEquipment operation.
  • Truck driver/equipment operations ruber tire excavator

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45. Farm Equipment

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Here's how Farm Equipment is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operate and repair a variety of farm equipment, delivering bulk farm products, and produce, general farm hand.
  • Operated various farm equipment such as; tractors, sprayers, mowers.
  • Operated late model JD farm equipment, 200-450hp and 30-120ft width.
  • Set up and delivery of new and used farm equipment.
  • Drive a Tractor/ Hopper Bottom trailer, operate Farm Equipment
  • Run all farm equipment and drive grain trucks
  • Prepared fields for crops following potatoes Experienced in operating various farm equipment
  • Drive semi tractor trailer involved with the delivery of grain to town and farm sitesOperate various types and sizes of farm equipment
  • Maintenanced and diagnosed all farm equipment.
  • Land leveling, planting, disking, spraying, fertilizing and spraying of potatoes Maintenance of farm equipment

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46. DOT

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Here's how DOT is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Maintain DOT operations rules and regulation operations standards.
  • Enforced safety requirements according to DOT regulations.
  • Secured and documented all paperwork on each trip and drove under the rules and regulations of DOT and Bee Trucking.
  • Maintained truck and trailer by inspecting it daily to make sure it is in compliance with the DOT regulations.
  • Confirmed driver and vehicle were Department of Transportation (DOT) compliant including appropriate weight for travel.
  • Trained proficiently on weight, balance, loading, chaining and binding loads according to DOT standards.
  • General shop duties (maintenance, cleaning, inventory stocking) Adherence to FMCA and DOT guidelines.
  • Ensured loads are secure and meet DOT and Company guidelines to enable safe transit of product.
  • Provided safe, DOT-compliant trucking service to dozens of shippers and consignees along the West Coast.
  • Transported mobile homes over long distances while keeping in track with DOT safety and regulations.
  • Fast and efficiently pulled, filled and loaded orders compliant with DOT rules and regulations.
  • Trained new drivers for over 2 years in accordance to Dot Regulations and company policies.
  • Load and Unload equipment operate for customer to show how it works and follow dot regulations
  • Required knowledge of proper DOT load requirements as well as knowledge of various building materials.
  • Operated a maintained a commercial vehicle (belly dump) to Texas DOT standards.
  • Inspected all employee logbooks and trip records to assure accuracy and full DOT compliance.
  • Checked the weight of shipments and make necessary adjustments to adhere to DOT regulations.
  • Keep DOT driver logs up to date, attended several safety courses each year.
  • Adhere to all DOT and FMCSA rules and regulations and other duties as assigned.
  • Performed daily vehicle inspections for Federal DOT compliance and arranged repairs as needed.

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47. Basic Maintenance

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Here's how Basic Maintenance is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Washed and performed basic maintenance on the equipment and trucks including oil changes and washing of the trucks and equipment.
  • Perform trip inspections and basic maintenance protocol to sustain performance of company vehicles.
  • Performed basic maintenance as needed and had truck serviced as needed by mechanics.
  • Perform preventative and basic maintenance on the previous machines.
  • Conduct basic maintenance of equipment-oil, grease, lights.
  • Perform basic maintenance to vehicles and equipment.
  • Assisted in the spreading of fertilizer and basic maintenance of equipment Floater and Sprayer operator

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48. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Communicated for the majority of the work shift via two-way radio, GPS and a Modular dispatch system.
  • Used GPS & Google Maps to safely find and arrive at customer locations.
  • Employed the use of maps and GPS systems.
  • Follow gps and maps to meet required time frame of deliveries.
  • Manifest Check Adhere to Safety Regulations On-time delivery Read GPS for quickest delivery route Unload skids with Boom Obtain signatures for delivery
  • Chart out daily routes by using atlas, maps, or provided company issued GPS.

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49. John Deere

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Here's how John Deere is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Operated Case IH Quad Tracks with John Deere 1910/1895 air seeders equipped with NH3 on approx.
  • Worked with Case IH Pro 600 and John Deere GS2 2600 monitors and auto-steer systems.
  • Operate either John Deere 644J Loader or 135D Excavator to self load truck.
  • Drive sweeper truck, operate zero turn John Deere mowers, tractors.
  • Operated various size John Deere Loaders from 544 to 724J.
  • Operate Heavy Construction Equipment-Drive Heavy Volvo Truck-John Deere Long Stick Excavator Widen Ship Channel Runoff into Ship Channel.
  • Operate John Deere 980 & 966 loader to load customers and rock crushing and screening system.
  • Operate a L90 Volvo frontend loader and John Deere skid loader.
  • Skid logs from woods to landing using a john deere 648 g2 skidder

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50. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in Operator And Truck Driver jobs:
  • Comply with all applicable laws/regulations, as well as company policies/procedures -Perform other duties as required
  • Follow all company policies and procedure while maintaining a safe work environment.
  • Adhere to all safety rules and company policies and procedures.
  • Practice safe driving procedures when travelling to and from locations, following company policies, customer policies and state laws.
  • Key Results: o Trained new drivers on company policies and procedures.
  • Maintained records required for adherence with State and Federal regulations, including appropriate documentation in adherence with company policies.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Operator And Truck Driver

Heavy Equipment12.3%
Dump Truck11.1%
Safety Procedures11%
Delivery Instructions8.5%
Job Site6.4%
Unload Trucks5.3%
CDL5.1%
Front End Loader4.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Operator And Truck Driver

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
9.9%
9.9%
2
2
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
8.9%
8.9%
3
3
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
8.9%
8.9%
4
4
Delivery Instructions
Delivery Instructions
6.8%
6.8%
5
5
Job Site
Job Site
5.1%
5.1%
6
6
Unload Trucks
Unload Trucks
4.2%
4.2%
7
7
CDL
CDL
4.1%
4.1%
8
8
Front End Loader
Front End Loader
3.7%
3.7%
9
9
Backhoe
Backhoe
3.6%
3.6%
10
10
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
Tractor-Trailer Combinations
3.2%
3.2%
11
11
Dozer
Dozer
2.9%
2.9%
12
12
Customer Service
Customer Service
2.7%
2.7%
13
13
Sand
Sand
2.7%
2.7%
14
14
Tractor Trailers
Tractor Trailers
2.5%
2.5%
15
15
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
2.5%
2.5%
16
16
Water Truck
Water Truck
2%
2%
17
17
Frac
Frac
1.9%
1.9%
18
18
Pre-Trip Inspections
Pre-Trip Inspections
1.8%
1.8%
19
19
Drive Trucks
Drive Trucks
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Log Book
Log Book
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Hazmat
Hazmat
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
Boom Truck
Boom Truck
1%
1%
23
23
Haul Trucks
Haul Trucks
1%
1%
24
24
Osha
Osha
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Bobcat
Bobcat
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Track Hoe
Track Hoe
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
General Labor
General Labor
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
OTR
OTR
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Traffic Laws
Traffic Laws
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
State Regulations
State Regulations
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Safe Operation
Safe Operation
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Construction Sites
Construction Sites
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Straight Truck
Straight Truck
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Snow Removal
Snow Removal
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Skid Steers
Skid Steers
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Different Types
Different Types
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Building Materials
Building Materials
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Vacuum Truck
Vacuum Truck
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Emergency Equipment
Emergency Equipment
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Equipment Operation
Equipment Operation
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Farm Equipment
Farm Equipment
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
DOT
DOT
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Basic Maintenance
Basic Maintenance
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
GPS
GPS
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
John Deere
John Deere
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.4%
0.4%

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