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Construction Equipment Operator
Heavy Equipment Operators control a variety of large, powerful machines on construction and engineering projects. They use equipment like bulldozers, excavators, graders, and concrete paving machines to prepare land. Heavy Equipment Operators are essential in the construction of buildings, bridges, roads and other structures.
What to expect
Do you like working outside? Are you comfortable with performing repetitive tasks? As a Heavy Equipment Operator, safety of yourself and others is a priority. Precision and high attention to detail will also be essential in this role.
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