Heavy Equipment Operator Jobs in District of Columbia

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Baker Dc, Llc - Washington, DC
le: Tower Crane Operator Location: Washington, DC 20024 US (Primary) Job Type: Full-time Regular Career Level: Experienced Education High School/GED Job Description: The Tower Crane Operator will possess...
8 days ago
Washington, DC
sation: TBD EXCAVATING & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LOCATED IN LOUDOUN COUNTY IS LOOKING FOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS. LOOKING FOR OPERATORS FOR THE FOLLOWING EQUIPMENT: DOZERS EXCAVATORS BACKHOES SKIDSTEERS...
12 days ago
Washington, DC
: Depending on experience contract job Vienna Based Tree Service is seeking an experienced Crane operator. Applicant must have a minimum of two-years experience in the operation of overhead crane, a...
12 days ago
Washington, DC
compensation: Competitive Pay and Excellent Benefits Equal Opportunity Employer: Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran Waste Management (WM), a Fortune 250 company, is the leading provider of...
24 days ago
Washington, DC
compensation: depends on experience Experienced heavy equipment operator wanted for residential demolition and excavating company. Types of equipment: track loader, excavator, skid steer, mini-excava...
28 days ago
Fort Myer Construction Corporation - Washington, DC
PAVER OPERATOR Company: Fort Myer Construction Job Location(s): Washington, DC Start Date: Immediately Employment Term: Regular Employment Type: Full Time Starting Salary Range: Required...
30+ days ago
Waste Connections, inc. - Washington, DC
promises to our customers and our employees. The Position: We are looking for a high energy Heavy Equipment Operator to join the team at ourG&PLandfill location in Milford, NE. Landfill Compactor experie...
30+ days ago
Pc Construction - Washington, DC
Tower Crane Operators Washington, D.C. Apply View All Jobs Share This Job Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on email Share on print More Sharing Services Job Description Experienced Tower Cra...
30+ days ago
Schnabel Foundation Company - Washington, DC
experience Welding experience Fork lift, small earth moving equipment such asmini excavator, or skid steer loaders experience Job Responsibilities and Duties: Main skills required include welding and cu...
30+ days ago
Schnabel Foundation Company - Washington, DC
required include welding and cutting/burning with oxygen and acetylene torch. Other typical pile driving activities associated with sheeting and shoring include but are not limited to stud weld for lagging...
30+ days ago
Schnabel Foundation Company - Washington, DC
required include welding and cutting/burning with oxygen and acetylene torch. Other typical pile driving activities associated with sheeting and shoring include but are not limited to stud weld for lagging...
30+ days ago

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Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Heavy Equipment Operator positions.

  • Commercial Driver's License (CDL)
  • Class A CDL
  • OSHA Certified
  • Class B CDL
  • OSHA 10

Qualifications / Skill Sets

The following top skills are often required or desired to land a Heavy Equipment Operator position

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Backhoe Bobcat Bulldozer Communication Skills Concrete Concrete Forming Crane operator Crew Leader Demolition Development Dozers Driving Dump Truck Excavate Excavation Flagging Forklift Forklift Operator Foundations General Repair Heavy Equipment Operator Highway Construction Human Resources Hydraulics Inspections Installation Leadership Loading & Unloading Management Materials Management Mowing Organization Overhead Crane Paving Pile Driving Pipelayer Preventive Maintenance Rigger Rigging Scheduling Sewer Repairs Shipping and Receiving Skid steer Specifications Staff Supervision Stonemasonry Testing Trackhoe Training Transportation Underground Utilities

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