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Landscape Equipment Operator

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CL Design and Landscape, LLC


Posted On: 3/18/2014




CL Design and Landscape, LLC

Hours:

Seasonal, 7:30am-4:30pm

Description

Work in all aspects of landscape projects, including but not limited to:
Operate excavator, front loader, skid steer.
Operate small power landscape equipment.
Ensure safety standards are followed in equipment operation.
Ensure all work is performed according to company quality standards.
Maintain record keeping.
Maintain equipment and trucks.
Communicate project  status and issues to managers.

Qualifications

Knowledge of site grading and storm water management.
Willing to take direction and work independently.
Experience with power equipment such as shears, trimmers, pruners, and blowers.
Experience with excavator, loader, skid steer.
Experience with dump trucks and trailers is a plus.
Experience with equipment and trucking maintenance is a plus.
Valid and clean driving record, Class A driver license is a plus.
Must be able to pass DOT physical for driver health certificate.

Compensation

Pay commensurate with experience and/or education.


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Contact Information

Carol Laboissonniere Phone Number: 207-475-7870 Email: info@cldesignlandscape.com
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