Deep Foundations - Crane Operator

US-TX
Req No.
2017-1216
Category
Field Crafts / Trades
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

May operate all or some of the follow types of equipment: Hydraulic Crane, Friction Crane, Cherry Picker, etc. May be responsible for operating Cranes that hammer piles into the ground to support building foundations, bridges, and piers, etc. and/or operate cranes used to move and set materials and/or equipment. 

Responsibilities

  • Work from machine cabs to direct operation of machine using pedals and levers.
  • Move construction materials, and other heavy materials at Commercial or Industrial Construction sites.
  • Drive pilings for retaining walls, bulkheads, and foundations of structures, such as buildings, bridges, and piers.
  • Use pile driver head on machine to drive pilings.
  • Judge distance and position piling leads.
  • Host piling into leads.
  • Position hammers over pilings.
  • Activate power hammers.
  • Raise and lower drop hammers to drive piles.
  • Continue dropping drop hammers until task is completed.
  • Use multiple controls to operate equipment.
  • Oil and service machine as needed.
  • Select appropriate attachments.
  • Confer with building or project supervisor on job specifications.
  • Comply with safety codes.
  • Refill equipment.
  • Hoist heavy construction materials.
  • Must be able to interpret load charts.
  • Duties may include light administration and assistance to Project Superintendent.

Qualifications

  1. 3+ years of industrial field experience as an A-class crane operator.
  2. Must undergo Operators physical and hold current medical card.
  3. Must hold a TWIC card.
  4. Must hold NCCCO.
  5. Must hold OSHA basic plus card.
  6. Must pass Drug and Alcohol screen.
  7. Must undergo audiogram.

The individual who occupies this position must not pose a direct threat or significant risk of substantial harm to the health or safety of the individual or others that cannot be eliminated or reduced by reasonable accommodation.

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