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Crane Operator BHI Energy - New Hill - NC - US-Region II (South East)
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Crane Operator


Job Category: General
Posted on: 07/18/2019 by BHI Energy

Location
New Hill, NC US-Region II (South East)
Zip/Postal Code: 27562
 
Compensation Why is Pay Rate not specified?
$Not Specified Wage
Unspecified Per Diem

 
Expiration Date 09/16/2019

Job description
OVERHEAD/MOBILE CRANE OPERATORS NEEDED!!

BHI ENERGY IS SEEKING OVERHEAD CRANE OPERATORS FOR THE FALL 2019 OUTAGES.
The Overhead Crane Operator must be proficient in the operation of gantry and mobile cranes in support of movement of various materials during maintenance activities.

EXPERIENCE:
*Perform daily per-use inspection of equipment being used.
*Participate in pre-job briefings.
*Operate crane in a safe manner according to manufactures specifications and guidance of signalman in charge of lifts.
*Use and properly operate basic rigging equipment/tooling i.e. slings, chokers, cables, come-a-longs, chain falls, shackles, eye bolts, beam clamps, etc.
*Verify per-use equipment inspections have been completed prior to crane operation.
*Follow safe work practices.
*Use administrative documents, procedures, data sheet/forms properly.
*Climb and work from ladders and scaffolding.
*Must be qualified rigger and signalman in accordance with applicable plant procedures.
*Lift minimum of fifty pounds over head.
*Must be qualified to perform routine equipment inspections as required by plant procedures and as specified by OSHA regulation 1910.179 and 1910.180
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REQUIREMENTS:
Nuclear:
*NCCCO card
Updated physical
Fossil:
*NCCCO card.
*Updated physical
*Rigger Qualified
*EPRI Certification or NCCCO, Rigging


We Offer Competitive wages, per Diem and travel reimbursement.

Apply Today!
BHI will provide reasonable accommodations for the application process and during employment necessary for eligible applicants/employees to perform essential functions. If you require special support or accommodation while seeking employment with BHI Energy, please email ESC@bhienergy.com providing your name, telephone number and the best time for us to reach you.

Other requirements
 
Degree

 
Experience
Unspecified

 
Security Clearance
Unspecified

 
Qualifications
Unspecified

 


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