Meticulous Operator offering dynamic communication and operating skills along with dedicated work ethic. Consistent in supervising and maintaining equipment. Well-versed in corporate safety initiatives. Skilled Construction Worker with strong track record of success in maintenance, repair and general labor. Multitasks and works effectively in fast-paced, high-volume environments. Flexible work and shift schedule with expertise operating basic hand and power tools. Excellent work performance in individual and team roles combined with superior attendance record.
Performing as a crew member on heavy horizontal construction projects. Operated and performed operator maintenance on gasoline and/or diesel-powered engineering and construction equipment with wheeled or crawler type traction such as bull dozers, scrapers, graders, front-end loaders, dump trucks, fork lifts and crane to ensure vehicles are in operable condition. Moving earth on mountains and steep slopes, graded curves and shoulders, rocky and/or soft ground, and other surfaces with similar rough features. Steering equipment using clutches, levers, brakes and valves according to the slope or tilt. Adjusting attachments for proper positioning and working order without stopping the power unit or equipment. Operates gasoline and diesel powered category 1, 2, 3, and 4 mobile cranes (e.g. hydraulic and lattice boom cranes, truck mounted and rough terrain) to provide crane requirements while picking light to extremely heavy and cumbersome loads where clearances and placement are critical while making rapid lifting capacity judgments during continual position changes as the load is lifted and moved. Operating, travelling and rotating cranes equipped with movable booms of 180 feet or less. Operating cranes at all boom lengths, angles, and positions. Interpret cranes load charts in different configurations ensuring that the lifting capacity is not exceeded during the positioning and operation of the crane. Coordinates crane operations during the process of lifting and moving equipment as well as coordinates loading and unloading of equipment and supplies and is responsible for the safe evolution of the event. Properly utilize, inspect, load test, maintain, and certify rigging and portable lifting equipment. Able to do the work of a Crane Operator without more than normal supervision operating cranes at all boom lengths, angles, and positions; maneuvering crane and load around obstructions; and performing rigging functions associated with weight handling and lifting operati
ons. Operates truck tractors with semi-trailers or full trailers, bus and other motor vehicles to pick up, deliver and transport personnel, supplies, materials and/or equipment ensuring cargo is properly loaded, distributed, and secured using chains, ratchet straps and come-alongs to prevent shifting and improper movement. Evaluate and select alternative driving routes based on recognized road conditions. Reporting any defects in vehicle operations, accidents, damages or traffic violations. Performed warehouse work to include issuing, receiving, inventorying, packing and unpacking equipment, supplies and materials. Operated in earthmoving operations to include clearing, grubbing, soil stabilization and compaction. Also operates equipment to push, pull, pile, excavate, backfill, grade, or level earth. Performed new construction, maintenance, repair, and beautifaction of flexible and rigid pavements (asphalt and concrete) to include street sweeping operations. Ensures that other workers in the shop as well as myself wear appropriate safety equipment and follow pertinent safety precautions. I have performed the duties of a Motor Vehicle Operator, working under limited supervision operating buses capable of carrying 16 or more passengers on public roads and at highway speeds, and in congested traffic; handling the controls for starting, stopping, backing, shifting and driving the vehicle; judging overhead and side clearances, turning radius, and braking distance from the preceding vehicle; adjusting for changes in road conditions; overseeing the embarking and debarking of passengers; enforcing passenger compliance with seatbelt and other safety laws; determining the safest and shortest routes; understanding and applying safety rules and regulations, using defensive driving techniques; conducted operator level vehicle inspections; performed operator maintenance; completing preventative maintenance records, and recognizing developing problems; completing trip tickets, logs, and/or accident reports (as required); maintaining established schedules by arriving to at stops within prescribed timeframes; operating personal computers; providing polite and courteous passenger service.
Trained new operators and implemented new division operator training program to improve retention rates and
increase production. Made sound and logical judgments regarding process changes. Reviewed the daily
computer log and reported any inaccuracies in the process board. Communicated effectively with operators and
supervisors on a technical level. Maintained current knowledge about the latest operating and maintenance
practices with continuing education courses. Executed daily pre-trip and post-trip inspections and documentation
in compliance with guidelines and company policies. Maintained operator logs, forms and records in accordance
with company policies. Dozer,Loader,Bobcat,operations.Control room operations.ETC...
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