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Mobile Plant Operators / Truck Drivers,WA
Currently have multiple positions available for Mobile Plant Operators/Truck Drivers in the Albany region. These are full time, ongoing roles for the right person.
Your day to day duties will range from:
- Operation of fixed plant, dozer and loader operations Blending, moving and maintaining stockpile materials
- Isolating and accessing plant
- Manual addition of concrete product additives
- HR truck driving on site and on the road
- Maintain and monitor site quality standards.
The right candidate will have:
- A current Heavy Rigid driver’s licence
- Conduct Loader Operations tickets
- Experience working in a quarry or mine site environment
- Previous experience operating mobile plant machinery
- Ability to communicate and problem solve
- Be physically fit and able to lift heavy loads
- Ability to pass a drug and alcohol screening
If you’re lucky enough to get this job, you can expect to get a competitive pay rate and great roster to help you live a better life. You will be able to further develop your skills working in a small, supportive team.
Note: This job for Mobile Plant Operators / Truck Drivers will possibly receive a lot of applicants. Make yourself stand out from everyone and create your resume with keywords contained in this ad.
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Caterpillar Haul truck 777
The Caterpillar 777 is a 100-ton haul truck, typically used in open pit mining, manufactured by Caterpillar Inc. The first model of Caterpillar 777 was introduced in 1974. Its diesel engine is capable of putting out 870 horsepower. The 777D, introduced in 1996, was powered by a 938-horsepower diesel.
This truck is one of the entry-level haul trucks most new operators will learn on. Once competent, they will move up to the larger 785, especially when working on a coal mining site.