Snow Removal – Experienced Skid Steer Operator

  Calgary

CDL is accepting applications for an EXPERIENCED Skid Steer / Heavy Equipment Operators for snow removal. This position is responsible for performing a variety of tasks including snow removal at commercial and municipal sites while providing exceptional customer service and attention to detail at all times.

WHAT WE OFFER:
• Wage based on experience
• Company truck & trailer during work hours
• First aid & safety training
• Year-round employment for the right candidate

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Be a leader in safe work practices.
• Capable of operating under numerous and varied job site situations.
• Must be self driven and able to work independently.
• Perform assigned work on schedule.
• Perform daily equipment inspections of equipment before use.
• Perform weekly maintenance of equipment (ie. greasing machine).
• Demonstrate knowledge of landscaping such as rough and fine grading.
• Working in accordance with CDL’s safety policies and procedures.
• Operating a variety of hand tools (mowers, trimmers, hedgers, sweepers, blowers).
• Installation of perimeter safety fencing.
• Additional tasks as required.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Minimum five years experience in skid steer operation.
• Previous experience in snow removal.
• Highly proficient in operation of a skid steer in snow removal.
• Ability to work long hours during heavier snowfalls.
• Experience in day to day maintenance of the skid steer.
• Good communication and interpersonal skills.
• Exceptional customer service skills and attention to detail.
• Experience in loading/unloading skid steer from a trailer and transporting machine to site.
• Valid Driver’s License with clean abstract.
• Must have reliable transportation.

Forward resume to jobs@ezepost.com

For the right candidate there is opportunity for full time, year-round work. Successful applicants should be available to start this fall. We thank all applicants for their interest however, only qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

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