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Employment Type:
Full time
Job Category:
Physical Labor
Equipment Operator
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Job Description

Equipment Operator I Summit County is currently recruiting for an Equipment Operator I. Will perform working level skilled tasks related to constructing, maintaining, snow removal, repairing county roads and related systems. Will also operate and maintain light to heavy duty equipment as needed. Minimum Qualifications: Graduate from high school or GED; and one (1) year of experience in operation and maintenance of light to heavy duty equipment. Must possess a valid Utah Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Class A, must be able to pass ICC physical and maintain medical certificate, must be able to comply with applicable county and departmental policies and safety standards and must be able to pass flagger certification class. Please submit copy of CDL with application. Salary Range: $16.82 - $23.56/hr. Summit County is a drug free workplace conducting pre-employment and random drug testing.

Operates specialized light to heavy duty equipment such as hand tools, weeds sprayers, compactors, backhoe, frontend loader, water truck, tack wagon; power broom/street sweeper, chipper, roller, tractor, trucks, dump trucks, vac truck, snow plow and sanders and other similar equipment in the maintenance, construction and repair of county road system; clears culverts of debris; repairs pot holes, highway shoulders, and snow removal operations. Performs all duties as assigned related to street, road and right-of-way maintenance. Checks and services assigned equipment and other equipment as directed; performs routine maintenance and emergency repairs; reports mechanical problems to the shop for repair; operates a variety of hand and power tools in performing general maintenance of vehicles and equipment. Performs duties with due regard for personal safety, that of other employees and the public; performs as a flagger when assigned to assure safety while working on highways.

E.O.E Open until filled. First review of applications will be Monday, September 11, 2017

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United Way of Summit County is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has supported health and human service programs in our community for 90 years. It plays a vital role in assessing the needs and challenges faced by our community, raises funds and distributes financial support to 49 local agencies, including the American Red Cross, and coordinates volunteers who participate in the investment of those funds collected. Most importantly, the funds donated by an individual or company remain within this community to help our neighbors, co-workers, friends and families.