Morris Shea

Operator: Crane

EQUIPMENT: Cranes

Lattice boom crawlers (50-ton to 150-ton capacity)
All terrain, rubber tired cranes

Types of crane work

Pile driving with swinging leads
Pile driving with a suspended vibro hammer
Sheet piling
Hook work

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

Activities may include, but are not limited to operating friction and hydraulic cranes, cleaning, fueling, greasing, preventative maintenance and minor repairs to equipment. Environment is exclusively outside, thus the job often involves all weather extremes. Work requires alert individual with good stamina and eyesight, hearing, balance, and physical strength. Crane operators must meet physical requirements established by applicable asme/ansi standards and be certified by NCCCO.

REQUIREMENTS
  • Constant sitting, reaching, and grasping
  • Occasional lifting, carrying, walking, climbing, and use of hand tools
  • All aspects of vision are required – acuity, depth perception, and field of vision
  • Ability to talk and hear is important for communication between co-workers on safety and operational matters affecting equipment operations
PREFERRED EXPERIENCE

Preference given to candidates with a minimum of five years of equipment operating experience at meets or exceeds performance expectations and good references.

REQUIRED TOOLS TO BE FURNISHED BY THE EMPLOYEE:

Steel toed work boots
Long sleeve shirt
Suitable work pants with no holes
25-foot tape measure
12” adjustable wrench

ITEMS FURNISHED BY THE COMPANY

Hard hat
Work gloves
Safety glasses
Safety vest
Hearing protection
Fall protection
Any other PPE required for job

No recruiters please


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