Truck Driver I - II

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TRUCK DRIVER I II DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC WORKS POSTING #22-32 COMPENSATION & BENEFITS $45,433 $56,965 DOQ Great Team Atmosphere Medical, Dental, and Vis. Insurance Life Insurance and AD&D 96 Hours of Vacation 96 Hours of Sick Leave 12 Paid Holidays 2 Paid Personal Holidays Washington PERS Teamsters Pension Trust Fund No Cost for CDL Medical Certificate Renewal Reimbursement for CDL Renewal Job Summary: This position is covered by Teamsters & Operating Engineers Bargaining Unit The Truck Driver I - II is a road maintenance position. Individual operates a variety of trucks and performs labor in support of construction, maintenance, or repair of county roads and shoulders, bridges, drainage systems, traffic and road signs, and engineering projects. Crew members are expected to be capable of working independently during normal work hours and during call-outs, with the ability to work as a team when needed. Position Requirements Knowledge of: Practices and procedures related to road construction or maintenance Basic mathematics Road and construction safety practices Ability to: Operate heavy construction equipment, large trucks and power tools Establish & maintain effective working relations with coworkers, supervision, and the general public Work effectively without direct supervision Demonstrate proficiency in the operation of a variety of trucks within the Public Works fleet Comply with Washington State Motor Vehicle Laws Education & Experience High School Diploma or GED Minimum of two years of experience in road construction or heavy equipment operation Experience working with survey stakes, blueprints, and specifications is preferred LICENSES, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS A valid Washington State CDL A with endorsement N for tank trailers and a good driving record. A First-Aid/CPR Card A Flagger's Card Maintenance of current skills and additional training as needed Application and Selection Process Applicants are required to submit a Mason County Application AND a Driver Abstract from DOL to the Human Resources Department. The completed application may include additional pages of employment history using the application format. The completed application will be used as the primary document to deter
Area: Seattle ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Choferes y Troqueros ›
TRUCK DRIVER I II DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC WORKS POSTING #22-32 COMPENSATION & BENEFITS $45,433 $56,965 DOQ Great Team Atmosphere Medical, Dental, and Vis. Insurance Life Insurance and AD&D 96 Hours of Vacation 96 Hours of Sick Leave 12 Paid Holidays 2 Paid Personal Holidays Washington PERS Teamsters Pension Trust Fund No Cost for CDL Medical Certificate Renewal Reimbursement for CDL Renewal Job Summary: This position is covered by Teamsters & Operating Engineers Bargaining Unit The Truck Driver I - II is a road maintenance position. Individual operates a variety of trucks and performs labor in support of construction, maintenance, or repair of county roads and shoulders, bridges, drainage systems, traffic and road signs, and engineering projects. Crew members are expected to be capable of working independently during normal work hours and during call-outs, with the ability to work as a team when needed. Position Requirements Knowledge of: Practices and procedures related to road construction or maintenance Basic mathematics Road and construction safety practices Ability to: Operate heavy construction equipment, large trucks and power tools Establish & maintain effective working relations with coworkers, supervision, and the general public Work effectively without direct supervision Demonstrate proficiency in the operation of a variety of trucks within the Public Works fleet Comply with Washington State Motor Vehicle Laws Education & Experience High School Diploma or GED Minimum of two years of experience in road construction or heavy equipment operation Experience working with survey stakes, blueprints, and specifications is preferred LICENSES, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS A valid Washington State CDL A with endorsement N for tank trailers and a good driving record. A First-Aid/CPR Card A Flagger's Card Maintenance of current skills and additional training as needed Application and Selection Process Applicants are required to submit a Mason County Application AND a Driver Abstract from DOL to the Human Resources Department. The completed application may include additional pages of employment history using the application format. The completed application will be used as the primary document to deter
Area: Seattle ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Choferes y Troqueros ›
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