Responsible for operating a excavator to remove earth, rock, or other material from a site. The operator may also be responsible for moving the excavator along the ground surface either manually or using motors.
Responsible for operating an excavator to remove earth, debris, and other materials from a job site. The operator also may be responsible for moving equipment and materials around the site.
Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of an excavator. This position requires the operator to be able to read and understand operation manuals and operate the excavator safely and efficiently.
Responsible for safely operating a heavy-duty industrial excavator, while performing tasks such as digging, grading, moving earth, and reconstruction.
Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of an excavator. They operate and maintain the machine, keeping it in working order while performing excavating and other construction tasks.
The duty is to use the machine to remove material from the ground. Every day, the operator must use their strength and tool knowledge to complete the task at hand.
The duty is to remove the earth and stone from the excavation site by shoveling, pushing, and pulling. The operator must be aware of the safety precautions that must be taken while working in the trenches and in the open excavations.
The duty is to operate the excavator in a safe and efficient manner to remove material from the ground. This is done by using the excavator's blade, bucket, and other attachments to scoop up soil and debris and move it to the designated area. Excavator operators must be aware of their surroundings at all times to ensure their safety and the safety of others.
The duty is to remove debris and soil caused by excavation works. To do this, the operator uses a variety of equipment and techniques, including shovel, backhoe, and bulldozer.
The duty is very difficult because of the heavy equipment. He constantly have to work in a dusty environment and wearing heavy equipment. It is very tiring for him to stay on his feet for long hours.
Require lots of physical activity and working with heavy machinery. Operator must be in good physical condition and able to work long hours. Operator must be able to read and understand safety instructions and obey them at all times. Operator must be able to work independently and as part of a team.
Require someone who is physically strong and have good hand-eye coordination. Operator work in a noisy and dirty environment. They need to be able to move around quickly and be able to think on their feet in order to keep up with the demands of the job.
Require heavy labor and good physical condition. Operator must be able to lift heavy objects, climb ladders, and work in difficult and dirty conditions. Operator must also be fast and accurate in their work.
Require great physical strength, as well as good manual dexterity. Operators must be able to move the excavator quickly and smoothly in order to get the job done as quickly as possible. It is also important for operators to have good vision and hearing in order to be able to see and hear around the machine.
Require physically demanding work. Operator must have good hand-eye coordination and be able to work in difficult and slippery conditions. Excavator operator must be able to lift and move heavy objects.
Have a good understanding of how the machines work and how to troubleshoot them when they don't. You must also be able to take accurate measurements, use the right tools for the job, and keep an eye on the safety of everyone involved.
Have a good set of hands, good vision, and good coordination. You must be able to lift heavy objects, move them quickly, and stay safe while working. You must also be able to think on your feet and be able to adapt to changing conditions.
Have a good understanding of excavation methods and know how to use the equipment effectively. In order to be a good excavator operator, you need to be able to read a site, know the layout and plan of the excavation, and be able to use the equipment effectively.
Have a good sense of spatial awareness and an ability to think on your feet. You must also be able to lift heavy objects and pull yourself up and down ladders.
Have strong mechanical skills, be organized, and have a good sense of orientation. You also need to have good hand-eye coordination and be able to work quickly.