Reporting to the Foreman, the crane operator will have proven experience within a heavy construction/railway setting, demonstrating a strong commitment to safety, and teamwork. The individual will have direct experience working with structural steel, concrete, wood and heavy equipment. This role will be required to work in a variety of locations across Canada, according to the projects secured by SEMA.
An operator in our team means operating boom-trucks and mobile cranes up to 70 tons.
Schedule: Full time position. May work on the weekend or night shift.
The majority of our worksites apply 14 days on and 14 days off schedule.
Salary: To be determined according to the place of work and the experience of the candidate. Collectives agreements may apply.
Key responsibilities include:
- Operate independently the crane on the job sites
- Complete daily equipment inspection report, ensuring proper fluid levels are maintained and equipment is in safe working order;
- Ensure all safety standards and procedures are followed during the operation of the equipment, and report any safety concerns.
Skills and Competencies:
- High attention to details;
- Good team spirit and positive “can do” attitude;
- Able to perform minor inspections and repair of mechanical equipment.
- A valid crane operator certificate of qualification issued by a college;
- A valid driver’s license;
- A valid class 1 or 3 driver’s license (QC) or a valid class A or D driver’s license (Ont.) is considered a strong asset;
- Bilingualism (French and English) is considered an asset;
- Experience working with concrete and/or steel structures in construction or ideally a railway bridge environment is considered an asset.
We would like to thank all applicants for their submissions, however, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.