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092-POS-AK0-17: 2017-2018 Ice Road Equipment Operators (NEW HIRE ONLY) *
LocationAK00 - Alaska
City (if not listed above)North Slope
CompanyPeak Oilfield Services
Date Opened9/15/2017
Position ScheduleSeasonal
  
Description

2017-2018 ICE ROAD EQUIPMENT OPERATORS

Peak is looking for capable experienced Equipment Operators to work on the 2017-2018 Alaska North Slope Winter Ice Road Projects. 

Operators need to have 2 years North Slope expereince in operating equipment such as Loaders, Graders, Rock Trucks, Articulating Water Trucks.

The following are requirements of the position: Class A CDL, Current Medical Card, Clean Driving Record, NSTC, and abililty to pass a Drug Test.

Education
High school diploma or GED.
Experience
Operators need to have experience with the following types of Equipment: Loaders, Graders, Rock Trucks, Articulating Water Trucks.

2 Years North Slope or remote experience in operating equipment.
Special Requirements/Certifications
Class A CDL with endorsements (tankers, hazmats, doubles/triple)
Current Medical License
Clean Driving Record
Must be able to pass a Drug Test
NSTC Certification
Physical Requirements
•Standard Environment: Standard Industrial Environment.
•Noise Level: Noise exposure is usually moderate to very loud, frequently requiring the use of ear protection.
•Weather Exposure: The physical environment requires the employee to work both inside and outside in heat/cold, wet/humid, and dry/arid conditions.
•Hazardous Materials Exposure: Frequently required to use personal protective equipment to prevent exposure to hazardous materials.

•Ability to access all controls and all parts of machinery for service.
•Ability to push/pull 50 pounds for 20 feet.
•Ability to hear audible safety alarms.
•Ability to perform above listed tasks in a safe manner and take hand signals from ground man or flag man.
•Ability to routinely lift up to 50 pounds from floor to waist, 30 pounds from waist level to shoulder height and carry 50 pounds for 20 feet.