Operate equipment which lifts, hoists or moves materials for maintenance or construction purposes. All information in the External Description sections is to be completed by the recruiter External Description:
- Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
- Knowledge of computerized components in various kinds of machinery
- Knowledge of the functional operation, purpose, capabilities and limitations of any piece of equipment qualified to operate
- Knowledge of safe equipment operations and maintenance of equipment
- Skills in operating at least one of the following: cherry pickers; truck cranes; crawler cranes and side Booms
- Ability to read and understand job descriptions, safety/technical manuals, procedures, permits, JSAs (Job Safety
- Analysis), safety/warning signs and demonstrate competency, either oral or written, as required
- Must display sufficient oral communication skills to be able to give and receive emergency instructions, oral safety warnings, instructions, and task assignments
- Ability to read and understand the results and what each gauge signifies on each piece of equipment being operated
- Ability to read, interpret or use capacity charts, rigging diagrams, common hand signals, grade stakes or other applicable drawings
- Ability to demonstrate the safe accessories within the range of each piece of equipment operated
- Ability to follow all company, client, safety and regulatory requirements, including, but not limited to, policies, procedures, standards and guidelines as they relate to this position and the work duties being performed
Physical Demand/Work Environment: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee is required to:
- Must have ability to stand, walk on level, uneven and slippery surfaces, sit, squat, kneel, reach through low and
- high ranges and exhibit normal balance and coordination. These basic physical requirements are essential for safe performance of the job in harsh environments with exposure to very cold temperatures and while wearing arctic gear.
- Lift 40 lbs from floor to knuckles x 2 with a 12 second interval Lift 40 lbs from floor to shoulders x 2 with a 12 second interval
- Carry Test: Carry 40 lbs with two hands for 50 feet x 2. Self-paced, but continuous (allow a 60 second rest break between carry tests)
- Shovel 5 minutes self-paced and continuous. *See shoveling test instructions at end of this document
- Stairs: Walk up and down 12 steps x 10 for a total of 120 steps. Self-paced allow a 60 second rest break after walking up and down 60 steps
- Slanted Ladder: Climb up and down 5 rungs x 3 for a total of 15 rungs. Self-paced, but continuous Repetitive
- Stoop Test: Perform from standing position, bend forward at waist as far as possible without bending the knees with hands reaching toward the floor x 5, self-paced, but continuous
- Repetitive Kneel Test: Perform from standing, kneel on one knee, alternate from left to right knee, x 5 each knee
- Repetitive Squat Test: Perform a functional squat and stand x 5
- Twist and Flex Test: Perform from standing alternate toe touches x 5 to each side to assess ability to twist and flex the trunk repetitively
Shovel Test: The shoveling simulation is to be conducted for a test period of 5 (five) minutes, self-paced but continuous (i.e., no rest breaks) using a standard snow shovel with a 3 lb weight attached to the shovel blade. (e.g. sand bag weight securely taped to the shovel blade) . The test recipient will be instructed to simulate lifting (digging) snow/gravel from floor level directly in front of the body (the front center position) and to lift the end of the weighted shovel to waist level (when elbows are flexed 90 degrees). This is immediately followed by turning the entire body and shovel to the right or left to a full 90 degrees from the starting front center position (to simulate moving the load to the side). Once the test recipient has completed the rotation of the shovel blade at waist level to 90 degrees, the test recipient will reverse the rotation of the body and shovel back to the front center position (i.e., the starting point of the shovel lift) and lower the shovel back to the floor level directly in front of the body (to simulate returning to shoveling again). The next rotational lift is repeated again to the opposite side of the body. Therefore, the lift task is repeated by lifting and turning the shovel blade to the opposite side 90 degrees (left and right) on each repetition until the 5 minute period is completed.
At the end of April 2019, WorleyParsons combined with Jacobs Energy, Chemicals and Resources (ECR) division, to create Worley.
Together, we are a leading global provider of professional project and asset services in the energy, chemicals and resources sectors. We have almost 60,000 amazing people in around 60 countries across the world covering the full lifecycle, from creating new assets to sustaining and enhancing operating assets for our customers.
Our exciting combination will create new opportunities for you to join us. The transition will take time, so in the short-term you may see references to our heritage companies in your application process.
- NCCCO Certification
- Class A CDL with hazmat endorsement
- Minimum two to three (2-3) year of experience operating at least one of the following: Hydraulic, Grove Swing, or Cab Cranes
- Valid driver’s license and the ability to be insured by Worleys auto insurance carrier
- High school diploma or equivalent (GED)
Worley is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. Worley is a drug-free workplace.