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Experienced Equipment Operators

WILLIAMSPORT, PA - NATURAL GAS/OIL INDUSTRY
Class A CDL preferred but not required.
o Experience in holding and digging grade and grade clean up.
o Equipment operator's will become familiar and will adhere to Safety and Environmental rules and regulations:
o Know how to perform your job safely
o Report all unsafe acts or unsafe conditions
o Observe all Company safety rules and regulations
o Wear all necessary personal protective equipment
o Do not perform any job you do not understand-ask your supervisor
for help
o Attend all safety meetings
o Report all injuries immediately to your supervisor
o Employee's working as a Equipment Operator, will become familiar with general oil and gas construction and maintenance
o .Equipment Operator employee duties include general upkeep of locations as well as repairs to equipment
o Equipment Operator Employee's will become familiar of hand tools required for general construction and general maintenance jobs in the oil and gas industry
o Lifting and carrying techniques will be taught. Team Lifting is mandatory for objects over 50 lbs.
o Equipment Operator Employee duties will be associated with work to be performed outdoors in various types of weather
o Daily work hours will vary and no more than 14 hours per day will be worked without concurrence from Management and direction
o Oil and gas work locations may be located out of town and Equipment Operator Employee's may have to stay away from home in overnight lodging. Expensed for lodging and meals will be paid by ROC Service Company
o Advancement for a Equipment Operator Employee can be available depending on the employee's performance and knowledge base and time on the job

The requirements and specifications listed above are intended to describe the general function and level of the personnel assigned to this classification. It is not intended to limit any additional responsibilities, duties and/or skills that may be required of the incumbent.



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