Horizontal Boring & Tunneling Co. Trenchless Utility Construction Equipment Operator / Skilled Laborer / Foreman Capable in Sioux City, Iowa
If you enjoy working outside and traveling, we would like to talk with you about joining our growing team of hard-working employees!
Horizontal Boring & Tunneling Co. is a specialty trenchless utility contractor using construction methods such as auger boring, tunneling, directional drilling, pilot tube, micro-tunneling, and pipe ramming that improve the underground infrastructure that the United States depends on.
Our company provides a friendly and challenging work environment where you will find stability and significant opportunities for growth and advancement. Our employees deliver a superior service that our customers associate with our company name.
A career with our company will provide the opportunity to travel to interesting locations throughout the Midwestern United States. You will be working outdoors in a team environment that is hands-on and with daily opportunities for growth.
Capable of operating various trenchless construction methods including Akkerman - Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM); Guided Boring Machine (GBM) and Auger Boring Machine (ABM) systems and operations.
Two years of experience in heavy equipment operation used in excavations, loading, and unloading of materials.
Demonstrate the ability to set up site according to plans and specifications. This includes the ability to use surveying equipment, interpret plans and properly complete calculations for grade and alignment.
Must be mechanical-minded and demonstrate ability to perform daily inspection and maintenance of equipment.
Class A CDL with Tanker endorsement is preferred.
Must demonstrate safe work practices.
As a member of our team your responsibilities will include:
Complete all aspects of the work including: Loading, unloading, setup, labor, CMV operation, welding and other related construction activities.
Operating specialized construction equipment and vehicles, safely and productively.
Maintaining and submitting accurate paperwork (time cards, logbooks, receipts, etc.).
Learning new skills and techniques on a continual basis.
Must be able to report to Exeter, Nebraska (or other assigned location) weekly for mobilization to job site locations across the United States.
Must be able to pass a DOT physical.
Must be able to pass a drug test.
Must be able to work outdoors in all weather conditions.
Must be able to work weekends, as needed.
Must be able to travel (frequently out-of-state) and work away from home Monday through Friday (typically, projects last one to two weeks).
Must be driven to learn and take on new challenges.