Location:Caroline County, VA
Req. Number:3297
M.C. Dean, Inc. is the nation?s premier electrical design-build and systems integration firm for complex, mission-critical organizations. M.C. Dean?s capabilities include electrical, electronic security, telecommunications, life-safety, instrumentation and control, and command and control systems. M.C. Dean, Inc. serves a diverse group of markets including Fortune 1000 corporations; universities; high tech and biotech firms; Federal; state, and local government clients; and other organizations with large scale, complex, and mission-critical infrastructure needs. Established in 1949, M.C. Dean, Inc. has earned a reputation as an innovator and pioneer. Headquartered in Dulles, Virginia, M.C. Dean, Inc. employs more than 2,500 professionals in offices throughout the Eastern United States, Europe and the Middle East.
M.C. Dean, Inc. offers an excellent benefits package including a competitive salary; medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance; paid-time off; tuition reimbursement; 401k Retirement Plan and Military Reserve pay offset.
For more information about our company, you can visit www.mcdean.com.
The Equipment Manager will:
+ Conduct, manage and oversee all crane and rigging operations in the M.C. Dean, Inc. Caroline County Warehouse.
+ Manage and oversee all M.C. Dean equipment operators.
+ Currently licensed as a Master Rigger
+ Current NCCCO Crane Certificate
+ Crawler Crane Certified
+ Class A CDL
+ At least 15 years of experience as a crane operator
+ Safe and knowledgeable experience of lifting and hoisting material
+ Must work in all weather conditions
+ Perform daily inspections and routine maintenance of equipment
+ Follow and adhere to all health and safety policies and procedures at all times
- This position may require ongoing or intermittent use of a company vehicle. Selected candidates must possess an acceptable driving record in accordance to our policy.
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