Heavy Equipment Operator Jobs in Gainesville, GA

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Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. - Jefferson, GA (20 miles from Jefferson, GA)
Martin Marietta Southeast Martin Marietta Southeast Heavy Equipment Operator Jefferson, GA 30549 We're building our future with you. Martin Marietta, an American company and a member of the S&P 500...
2 days ago
Cumming, GA (20 miles from Cumming, GA)
compensation: Competitive pay based on experience. Full time laborer with grading company to help with concrete pours, general clean up at construction sites, some hand shovel work. Must have own...
3 days ago
Schnitzer Steel - Gainesville, GA
Crane Operator Company: Schnitzer Steel Job Location(s): Gainesville, GA Start Date: As soon as possible Employment Term: Regular Employment Type: Full Time Starting Salary Range: Required...
9 days ago
Cumming, GA (20 miles from Cumming, GA)
compensation: Wages discussed at time of hire - EXPERIENCED ONLY - Heavy Equipment Operators for Scraper, Dozer, Finish Dozer, Backhoe, Trackhoe, Excavator and Loader - needed for Utility Contractor...
15 days ago
Suwanee, GA (23 miles from Suwanee, GA)
Georgia Department of Labor HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR AND/OR PIPE LABOR in Suwanee Georgia United States Heavy Equipment Operator with Commercial grading Exp. General Labor help Pipe Labor help. Several...
19 days ago
Cw Matthews Contracting Company - Cumming, GA (20 miles from Cumming, GA)
Motor Grader Operator Location: Cumming, GA Job Id: 239 # of Openings: 1 Job Title: Motor Grader Operator Motor Grader Operators primary function is to operate all sizes of Motor Graders from a...
30+ days ago
Cumming, GA (20 miles from Cumming, GA)
Georgia Department of Labor EXPERIENCED HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR in Cumming Georgia United States Must have the required experience - We do not train. We are a Grading and Excavating Company and our...
30+ days ago

Demographics

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120,577
2,694
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Top Hiring Companies

Top hiring companies in your area for Heavy Equipment Operator positions

  • Schnitzer Steel

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
  • Forklift Certified

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 Engineering 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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