TOWER CRANE OPERATOR

TOWER CRANE OPERATOR

TOWER CRANE OPERATOR

The Crane Operator is responsible for lifting, moving, positioning, and placing various equipment, materials, pre-fabricated forms, tables, and other large objects with the crane. In addition, the Crane Operator will assess, conduct, and record daily machine safety inspections, routine crane maintenance as well as any specific crane manufacturer routine maintenance.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A Valid British Columbia Level A crane certificate is required (B ticket considered)

  • Demonstrate the ability to effectively operate a crane to lift, move, position and place equipment and materials

  • Commercial &/or Infrastructure construction experience/formwork considered an asset

  • Ability to independently conduct daily crane inspections

  • Perform routine and pre-operational crane maintenance such as cleaning and lubricating

  • Perform pre-operational inspections, and calculate the capacities and weight to prepare rigging and hoisting

  • Ability to work extended hours including weekends

  • Knowledge and the ability to comply to ALL WorkSafe (WCB) procedures/safety practices including on site work practices and guidelines

  • Must have personal protection equipment (PPE) and always demonstrate safety awareness

  • Must have fall protection gear and the appropriate ticket (will train)

  • Must have means of reliable transportation to job sites

  • Capacity to remain calm and respond effectively using good judgement in a variety of situations

  • Punctuality is a must

BENEFITS:

  • We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits plan which includes Health and Dental benefits, Extended health and vision care and Life and Disability insurance

APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS:

All interested applicants, please submit your resume and applicable certifications online to our careers email.  We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted further.

 

** Please know that most sites are usually located near Skytrain stations and transit routes however, some sites are not close to public transit