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Objective: Seek the Position of Heavy Motor Vehicle Operator
SUMMARY: Exceptionally gifted, energetic and resourceful Heavy Motor Vehicle Operator with more than six years experience in operating heavy equipment in excess of five (5) tons - such as sweepers, graders, flushers, loaders, bulldozers, log trucks, aerial trucks, and backhoes in order to maintain City roadways.
Summary of Qualifications
Considerable knowledge of applicable safety laws and regulations.
Huge knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, practices, and policies that pertain to traffic controls and devices in fixed and moving work sites.
Remarkable skill in the use of materials, equipment, procedures, and practices employed in street maintenance.
Exceptional skill in street cleaning and snow removal.
Exceptional ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates and supervisors.
Uncommon ability to meet the public and to handle their complaints or requests in a cooperative manner.
Profound ability to interpret manuals, catalogues, and shop drawings related to the position.
In-depth ability to use hand and power tools and machines.
Immense ability to operate a motor vehicle in a safe and courteous manner.
Exceptional ability to accept personal responsibility for one's decisions.
Great ability to operate assigned equipment for long intervals in all kinds of weather, if necessary.
Uncommon ability to use good judgment and work independently under limited supervision.
Remarkable ability to direct and supervise the work of assigned personnel.
Immense ability to communicate and follow directions in oral and written form.
Exceptional ability to climb, balance, stoop, lift, push, pull, and carry.
Proven ability to lift and carry equipment and materials weighing up to 50 pounds.
Remarkable ability to occasionally lift and carry with assistance equipment and materials weighing up to 100 pounds, such as snow plow blades, truck chains, and bags of cements.
Rainbow County Department of Works, Minneapolis, MN 2002 - Present
Heavy Motor Vehicle Operator
Operate gasoline and diesel equipment such as sweepers, graders, flushers, loaders, bulldozers, log trucks, aerial trucks, and backhoes in a safe and efficient manner.
Perform routine checks on vehicles and equipment prior to use.
Perform minor routine equipment maintenance as assigned.
Perform emergency repairs on vehicles and equipment, when necessary.
Maintain streets, storm drains, catch basins, utility pipe lines, and other public works.
Perform tasks such as plowing, blowing, and hauling snow from roadways.
Perform tasks such as sanding and salting slippery roadways.
Perform tasks such as constructing, grading, and patching roadways.
Perform tasks such as wetting, sweeping, and cleaning roadways.
Perform tasks such as flushing and cleaning manholes, catch basins, and storm sewer pipelines.
Maintain ditches and natural water courses.
Perform tasks such as loading, hauling, and stockpiling sand, gravel, brush, and other materials.
Maintain a safe work area by setting up appropriate barricades, warning devices, and proper vehicle and equipment placement.
Supervise work crew personnel as assigned.
Maintain records of work performed, as required.
Perform tasks using hand tools, as required.
Rainbow County Department of Works, Minneapolis, MN 2000 - 2002
Heavy Motor Vehicle Operator Apprentice (under supervision)
Drove a motor vehicle such as a car, truck or van to pick up and deliver supplies, official records, mail, medicine, laundry, food, monetary deposits, equipment and waste.
Loaded and unloaded goods from vehicle.
Drove specialized motor vehicles used in grounds maintenance activities such as tractors, lawn mowers, snow plows, etc.
Drove a wrecker to tow disabled vehicles.
Performed routine maintenance on vehicles and record mileage, gas and oil usage.
Performed tasks related to the work such as maintaining logs of vehicle use and purchases or deliveries, sorting mail and operating mail handling equipment; or, maintaining inventory of supplies and equipment.
Performed related work as assigned.
Transported surgical patients to and from their homes and facilities.
Transported and delivered heavy equipment and supplies.
Operated a heavy-duty tandem axle truck with air brakes and GBW more than 31,000pounds.
Loaded and unloaded bulk freight using varying types of manual and mechanized lift equipment.