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Seller: Lakesha Haynes
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Crane operator
opening crane operator san diego ca location san diego ca hours monday-friday 40 hours per week pay 24.27 per hour (1) year project with option to renew benefits direct deposit medical dental vision minimum requirements requires a high school diploma or its equivalent and at least 4 years of experience in the field. familiar with a variety of the field s concepts practices and procedures. relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. performs a variety of complicated tasks. may report directly to a supervisor or manager. a wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. experience requirements fully knowledgeable of crane operation and rigging requirements and skilled in operating all categories of cranes primarily category 1 and 4 (see additional information for cranes covered). must demonstrate the ability to operate various types of category 1 cranes within the navfac inventory by passing an operational proficiency exam. skills required include operating at various boom lengths angles and positions often near the crane s lifting capacity and within extremely congested areas where the operator must rely on knowledge and experience to safety execute the move. must also possess the ability to make rapid lifting capacity judgments during continual positions changes as the load is lifted and moved. must be skilled in the use of clutches levers brakes and accelerators while simultaneously operating the crane controls to produce exact movements. intense concentration unusual alertness and a high degree of visual physical coordination are essential to accomplish these tasking. all of this is accomplished under the direction of a signal person while making difficult clearance judgments positioning loads into or onto other structures or objects watching he moving load adjusting the boom and compensating for variations in the crane s lifting capacity during lift. remains alert to safety hazards and takes steps to eliminate or control hazards such as damaged gear or equipment or unauthorized personnel within the area of the lift. must be able to understand and interpret load charts. must be skilled in the use of hand and horn signals to receive and give direction during weight handling and lifting operations. required to hold a valid government operator license for each type of equipment he or she operates in accordance with the to rig and move objects in confined areas such as engine rooms machine shops or ships passageway make difficult load routing judgments by considering size shape and location of the object availability and strength of overhead support structures surface conditions obstacles and size of surrounding openings in relationship to the size of the object. must be able to determine exactly where to place pad eyes beam clamps and chain falls to support and balance loads along the route. the contractor shall be able to uses complex multi-point suspension techniques to permit maneuvering over under and around obstacles by tilting dipping and turning the suspended load compensates for variations in lifting capacity of the gear due to size of cable type of splice type of connecting fittings and angle of the lashings. remain alert to safety hazards and take steps to eliminate or control hazards such as damaged gear or equipment overloaded gear or unauthorized personnel within the area of the lift and must be able to use recognized hand and horn signals to direct crane operators during weight handling and lifting operations. additionally maintains a valid california class a commercial driver s license for on and off base driving. the shall successfully complete the 40-hour crane safety course outlined in navfac p-307 with a minimum passing score of at least 70% and shall complete the 8-hour crane safety refresher training with a score of 70%t every two years. must demonstrate crane operation proficiency by passing a performance qualification test for each type of crane for which a license is to be issued. fully knowledgeable of crane operation and rigging requirements outlined in navfac p-307 and skilled in operating all categories of cranes primarily category 1 and 4 see as follow category 1 crane equals portal cranes hammerhead cranes locomotives cranes derricks floating cranes (yd) tower cranes container cranes mobile cranes (except those indicated as category 4) including truck cruiser crawler warehouse industrial cranes and cranes used for dragline pile driving clamshell magnet and bucket work aircraft crash cranes. category 2 crane and category 3 crane equals cranes with rated capacities of 20 000 pounds or greater are category 2. crane with rated capacities less than 20 000 pounds is category 3. overhead traveling cranes gantry cranes (equals rail mounted) wall cranes jib cranes pillar cranes monorails and associated hoists including chain falls that are designed for use at the same location on a continuing basis pedestal mounted commercial boom assemblies (fixed length telescoping and articulating types) attached to trucks trailers flatbeds or railcars or stationary mounted to piers etc. and with rated capacities less than 2 000 pounds. category 4 crane equals commercial truck mounted cranes truck mounted articulating boom cranes pedestal mounted commercial boom assemblies (fixed length telescoping and articulating types) attached to stake trucks trailers flatbeds or railcars or stationary mounted to piers etc. with capacities of 2 000 pounds and greater. major duties provide service to include operation of a variety of lattice and hydraulic boom category 1 cranes with lifting capacities up to 200 tons at locations where maneuverability is restricted and accuracy is critical. on occasion will operate category 2 3 and 4 cranes. to accomplish lifting and handling evolutions the operator is required to make precise load placements where exact movements are necessary to position the load accurately and safely. examples of the type of lifts the operator performs include loading and unloading ship equipment and supplies where masts antennas and other obstructions exist precision positioning of ship sonar equipment lifting heavy machinery ship structures and components as well as beams lumber mooring buoys and loading and offloading aircraft. on occasion operates cranes fitted with clamshell buckets dragline buckets or other excavating attachments to load and unload bulk material such as sand or rock in support of excavating operations. operator must possess the skill to operate the vibratory hammers diesel powered winches for conducting med and four point mooring operations forklift trucks and cargo trucks to move stage and or transfer mooring gear and materials such as anchors chains buoy and blocks. the ability to operate barge mounted propulsion units is also required. operations the operator must be skilled in working as a member of a team and must have skill in cooperating and coordinating the work of others to successfully complete assigned tasks. the operator must be skilled in the proper handling containment storage and disposal of hazardous materials such as paints solvents et cetera and along with math and physics knowledge to determine weights stresses strengths and mechanical advantage. the operator performs duties outdoors approximately 90 percent of the time. operates assigned cranes form within partially or completely closed cabs in all types of weather conditions continually exposed to physical strain vibration jerking and jolting from crane operations noise heat and fumes from the engine of the crane.
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