Typical Duties: Demolition Equipment Operator typical responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Operate equipment safely and efficiently
  • Keep time and material records
  • Maintain and perform basic service on equipment – daily maintenance of equipment is required
  • Knowledge of aggregate sizes and classification
  • Knowledge of weight requirements of loads
  • The ability to work safely in the area of demolition using heavy equipment to demolish various structures
  • Ability to work at various job sites as required
  • The ability to read and interpret blueprints, diagrams and plans
  • Ability to report to work on time and as scheduled
  • Ability to lift & be mobile with 45 or more pounds
  • Cooperation with job site supervisors / customers
  • Inspection, general maintenance, security and cleanliness of all company equipment
  • Responsibility of job-related paperwork, pre-task planning, and forewarning of changes to ensure zero accidents
  • Transportation, accurate use and maintenance of EHG equipment to include, but not limited to: diamond blades, flat saw, core drill, wall saw, jackhammer & small tools


  • Previously worked in a construction or demolition environment as a Heavy Equipment Operator with a minimum of five (5) years of experience
  • Working on several of the following machines: Dozer, Excavator, High Reach, Lift Truck, Wheel Loader, Skid Steer & Screener
  • Ability to maneuver heavy equipment with shear/bucket/pulverizing attachments
  • Must be willing to travel
  • Must have a valid Driver’s License
  • Class A CDL is not necessary but a plus
  • Must be a Union member and current with all dues owed to union
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