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End Dump Operator

Company: McGeorge Contracting
Location: Little Rock
Posted on: January 23, 2023

Job Description:

Job DescriptionThe purpose of the job is to operate heavy equipment safely, productively and efficiently. This person will operate a End Dump on highway projects and site prep projects. The operator may be required to work around overhead utilities as well.Basic Qualifications

  • Must be willing to work a 12 hour day/shift.
  • Must be willing and able to work outside in extreme weather conditions including temps in excess of 100 degrees.
  • Must be able and willing to lift at least 50 pounds.McGeorge Contracting Company owns and operates the largest resident fleet of heavy earthmoving and grading equipment in Arkansas - and we put it to good use. Count on us for light and heavy industrial site work development, large commercial and retail site work development, highway, street and road construction, landfill construction, airport and runway construction, mining, mineral extraction and mine reclamation. We also specialize in moving large volumes of dirt and rock safely and economically, particularly blasting and rock excavation.McGeorge Contracting Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer and takes Affirmative Action for Veterans and Individuals with DisabilitiesPlease note: This employment position may be considered a Safety Sensitive Position related to the operation of equipment or working in proximity of operating equipment, working over or adjacent to water, working at a height, or a particular assignment regulated by license, credential, or contract which stipulates the position or work as Safety Sensitive.

Keywords: McGeorge Contracting, Little Rock , End Dump Operator, Other , Little Rock, Arkansas

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