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Schuff Steel Co Heavy Machine Operator (C) in Ottawa, Kansas

Schuff Steel (http://www.schuff.com/) (a subsidiary of DBM Global (http://www.dbmglobal.com/) ), the largest steel fabrication & erection company in the US, is looking to hire a  Heavy Machine Operator class C.  We are looking for the right professional to join our growing organization.  This position offers high-visibility, growth opportunities, and exciting builds (previous clients include Apple (http://www.schuff.com/project/apple-corporate-headquarters/?portfolioCats=38%2C83%2C40%2C39%2C42%2C43%2C73%2C41%2C84) , State Farm Stadium (http://www.schuff.com/project/university-phoenix-stadium/?portfolioCats=38%2C83%2C40%2C39%2C42%2C43%2C73%2C41%2C84) , and Facebook (http://www.schuff.com/project/facebook-mpk-21/?portfolioCats=38%2C83%2C40%2C39%2C42%2C43%2C73%2C41%2C84) ).

 

Employee Value Proposition 

Working for a world-class leader in building structures and bridges, a Schuff Steel HMO-C brings his/her expertise and knowledge in fabrication to build some of the most complex and high-profile projects in the commercial building, bridge and industrial sectors. Critical to the field of forming material by operation of non-CNC machines and equipment such as Saw, Punch, Shear, Beam Splitter and Threader. Also assists HMO A’s and B’s with their equipment.  The HMO-C utilizes a high degree of proficiency while utilizing full skills of the trade including knowledge and understanding of non-CNC equipment and machines To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential responsibility satisfactorily. 

 

In return, the Company will offer competitive market-based compensation and comprehensive health insurance benefits.  We are committed to professional development and growing our business.  We are looking for a professional with a growth mindset who desires a progressive long-term career.

 

Core Responsibilities

  • Layout, read, interpret blueprints, shop drawings and other company documents. 

  • Operates heavy steel fabrication machinery according to company requirements.

  • Load and unload equipment with material manually and through the use of an overhead crane or magnet. 

  • Perform daily preventative maintenance.  

  • Troubleshoot, properly mark and stamp materials. 

  • Perform daily cleaning of machines.

  • Locate parts and supplies for machine operation and grind material.

  • Keeps work area organized and clean.

  • Transport material by a crane as needed and required.

  • Must adhere to and follow all safety rules and PPE requirements

     

    Education/Training - Work Experience

    High school diploma or general education degree (GED), and/or 12 months experience; completion of a closely related vocational training course through an accredited school may substitute for the required experience

     

    Specialized Knowledge – Certificates & Licenses

  • Equipment Knowledge & Skills – includes the operation of non-CNC machines and equipment such as Saw, Punch, Shear, Beam Splitter and Threader. Also assists HMO A’s and B’s with their equipment. Overhead cranes and forklifts

  • Language Skills:  Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.

  • Mathematical Skills:  Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure.

  • Reasoning Ability:  Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.  Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

  • Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:  None

     

    DBM Global including its U.S. subsidiaries is an Equal Opportunity Employer with an Affirmative Action Plan

     

    Recruiters - Resumes submitted without current/valid vendor agreement will become property of DBM Global Inc. Any recruiting/staffing firm or agency wishing to do business with DBM Global must contact the Talent Acquisition Department at (602) 252-7787 .   Recruiting/staffing firms may NOT contact hiring managers directly.  Firms that do not honor this request will be removed from consideration.

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