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SGL Constructors - Orange County, FL, United States

Seeking an Excavator Operator that is able to operate large excavators for bulk earth moving. SGL Employee Benefits: Competitive Wages and Benefits after 30 days Medical, Vision, Dental Insurance Excavator Operator Work careers...

from: noriskrecruitment.co.uk - 9 days ago

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Complete Demolition Services, LLC - Newnan, GA (+2 locations)

Seeking experienced Excavator Operator to support and execute Demolition projects. The Equipment Operator must be able to demonstrate safe operation of assigned equipment. The Operator is expected Excavator Operator careers...

from: ziprecruiter.com - More than 30 days ago

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PeopleReady - Killeen, TX

We are looking to hire Excavator Operators in the Fort Hood area. Excavator Operator job requirements: Must be able to obtain a pass on Ft. Hood (military base) 2-3 years working knowledge ability excavator operator india...

from: ziprecruiter.com - 3 days ago

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Cash Construction Co Inc - Nueces County, TX, United States

Excavator Operator Regular Full-time Our company is searching for an experienced Excavator Operator to join our team. This individual operates a crawler or rubber-tired machine mounted excavator operators...

from: noriskrecruitment.co.uk - 6 days ago

Excavator Operator  

Aerotek - Bernalillo County, NM, United States (+1 location)

Job Requirements: Excavator and backhoe experience Familiar with laying storm, water, and sewer pipes Experience with digging and excavating... excavator operator dubai...

from: noriskrecruitment.co.uk (+1 source) - 7 days ago

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Sterling Construction - San Antonio, Texas, US (+1 location)

Operates Excavator (hydraulic shovel attached to tractor or train) which digs holes and trenches and removes and transports earth,... excavator operator overseas...

from: neuvoo.us (+1 source) - 4 days ago

Excavator Operator  

English Construction Company - Halifax County, NC, United States

Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the construction excavator/hoe. The Excavator/Hoe Operator uses mechanical controls to operate the boom, arm and bucket to excavate, level off hydraulic excavator operator...

from: noriskrecruitment.co.uk - 8 days ago

Excavator Operator  

WDR Mechanical Contractors Inc. - Panama City, FL (+1 location)

Experienced excavator operator needed for the Panama City Area. Multi-craft industrial background needed for Panama City and Pensacola Area. excavator operator in Ohio...

from: ziprecruiter.com - 8 days ago

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PeopleReady - Salisbury, NC

PeopleReady Skilled Trades is currently recruiting for an equipment operator for one of our clients in the Salisbury, NC area! Pay - $18 Duration - 3-4 days Immediate start! Operators operate heavy excavator operator in California...

from: ziprecruiter.com - 2 days ago

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Brad Cole Construction - Jefferson County, AL, United States

operator is responsible for operating equipment in a safe and effective manner. Equipment under this job description may include: trucks, excavators, dozers, scrapers, compactors, and tractors. BENEFITS excavator operator in Houston, TX...

from: noriskrecruitment.co.uk - 6 days ago


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  • Haven't started my career. excavator operator? Bentley

    Hello, I’m in that period of your life where you need to decide what are you going to do for the rest of your life and I don’t know 100% but all my life I liked excavators with passion and I thought that maybe I could be an excavator operator, I feel it would suit me but I don’t know what to do to get there. I need information on what to study and how to get started on the field and get experience because I heard that now a days the hardest thing to do isn’t getting your grades but getting experience in whatever you studied and start your career. Please help me.

    • Wyatt:

      Hey Bentley! Well first things first you should earn your high school diploma or equivalent including auto shop, mechanics, computer science… Then what you should go is get the necessary credentials for example a driver’s license, keep in mind that some ask for a commercial driver’s license (which requirements vary by state) also some may ask you about an industry certification related to the equipment they operate. After that the best option in my opinion would be to complete a training program, I know you might me thinking right now that most applicants for these jobs have no training, but believe me when I say that employers are more likely to hire someone with a training where they’ve gone through a traditional course under the supervision of a qualified worker. Students use heavy equipment simulators to learn how to operate construction vehicles. Once you’ve taken all these steps it’s time to get experience for that you must start at the bottom, just take any offer and grow from there, you might start operating smaller vehicles but you will build trust and with enough experience you’ll be able to apply wherever you want.

    • Materialwar:

      If you are really sure that you want to become an excavator operator, then go for it! There is nothing easy to achieve if you want to become a really good specialist. So I don’t think you should be concerned about your grades. Rather, concentrate on the skills you are going to gain and the job you are going to enjoy.
      If your concern is the tuition, you can look for relevant scholarships. For example, Fortis Construction Scholarship offers one for heavy equipment operation, too. Here are the details if you are interested: https://goo.gl/D7syiL

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  • My dream job Jobisjob

    If you could choose a dream job whether it be in your current field or something else what would it be?

    • Phil:

      My ideal job is Commercial Diver/excavator operator!

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