Job Summary 

Operate lattice boom crawler crane, usually on a bridge construction jobsite. Travel from jobsite to jobsite in Oklahoma and possibly in Kansas, Arkansas, Nebraska, Iowa or Missouri. Work Monday to Friday, and some weekends, usually 40-50 hours. Overnight stays may be required.

Essential Functions

  • Attend work as scheduled
  • Get along with others
  • Follow company handbooks and other instructions
  • Use and care for tools, equipment and materials
  • Read and understand equipment manuals
  • Use math skills to calculate the load/capacity to prevent overload
  • Attend work as scheduled

Additional Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assemble and disassemble equipment at the job site
  • Inspect and maintain equipment to prevent malfunctions of damage, fill out reports documenting both
  • Determine the suitability of the supporting ground and surface for loads
  • Operate the crane skillfully and safely in conformance with OSHA regulations
  • Use a drag bucket, clam bucket, vibratory driver and extractor, auger, frostball
  • Lift rebar, lumber, beams, concrete and other items associated with bridge construction
  • Drive piling, using a variety of devices (drop or diesel hammer)
  • Apply safe shut-down and securing procedures
  • Read and understand Safety Data Sheets and container labels
  • Identify and communicate safety concerns to management in a timely manner
  • Operate other equipment and perform other duties as assigned

Requirements

Education

  • High School graduate or G.E.D. preferred
  • Valid driver's license
  • Three years of lattice boom crawler experience preferred
  • Valid crane operator certification from an accredited crane operator testing organization, or audited employer program, preferred

Physical

  • Good corrected vision (distance at least 20/40, 70 degree field of vision) and hearing (no loss greater than 40 decibels)
  • Do not require insulin for control of diabetes
  • No medical history or diagnosis that would interfere with the ability to control a crane safely
  • Dexterous use of hands and feet
  • Climb in and out of equipment unassisted
  • Effectively work at heights
  • Stand, climb, bend, kneel, reach, lift and balance
  • Lift up to 75 pounds on a regular basis
  • Work safely in adverse weather conditions including wind, rain, snow, ice, mud, heat, etc.

Benefits

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Life
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • 401K
  • Vacation
  • Per diem (determined by job and conditions)


Job Type: Permanent, travel with the crew to the next project. On-the-job training provided with career advancement opportunities.

 

 

We are an equal opportunity employer.
Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with
disabilities are encouraged to apply.