This position operates one or more types of construction equipment; such as asphalt pavers, asphalt rollers, material transfer vehicles, milling machines, back hoes and skid steers as they apply to milling and paving operations. Operators are responsible for safe operation, non-mechanical maintenance and up-keep of equipment.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
Requires extensive and heavy physical activity and dexterity. Must be able to operate for long periods of time and to get into awkward positions when cleaning and providing maintenance to the equipment.
Requires the ability to stand, walk, reach, kneel, climb or balance. Must be able to carry or handle materials sometimes up to 75 pounds. Requires specific types of vision: close, color, peripheral.
Responsible for safety of self and fellow workers.
Work conditions vary from site to site and are affected by the weather.Rough grading and undeveloped job sites present a threat to safety where carelessness or poor judgment could result in serious of fatal injury to self or others. Works adjacent to live traffic on most days.
A must, overnight stays may be required on occasion.
Night and Weekend work shifts are common throughout the normal milling and paving season.
Allan Myers is the largest heavy civil construction company and materials provider in the Mid-Atlantic with seven regional offices and 15 asphalt and aggregate plants. With a workforce of more than 2,000 hard working men and women, and our own extensive fleet of vehicles and equipment, there is no job that we can not tackle.The markets we serve include: design-build, site development, transportation, water and asphalt and aggregate production. With more than 75 years of history under our belt, we are constantly growing and pushing ourselves to take on new challenges that are bigger and bolder.We are a team of hard-working men and women as strong as the structures we build. With Myers on your helmet, you'll be part of an elite team, bonded by their determination, committed to building the face of tomorrow, today.