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  • Haul Truck Driver

    # of Openings
    1
    Requisition ID
    2018-5236
    Position Type
    Hourly Full-Time
    Category
    Operations
    Product Line
    Aggregates
    Job Locations
    US-MA-Wrentham
    Company
    Aggregate Industries Management, Inc.
  • Overview

    Aggregate Industries is an environmentally responsible producer of high quality construction materials. We operate six regional construction materials businesses and a national Building Materials business in the United States, supplying aggregate-based materials and contracting services to a wide range of projects including large, publicly financed infrastructure projects, commercial, and residential developments. The core business of producing crushed stone and sand and gravel is enhanced by value adding operations that produce ready mixed concrete, asphalt, and concrete products. In addition, recycling, liquid asphalt, soil remediation and retailing operations are also offered in some business regions. Currently we are seeking high energy candidates with experience and with a combination of the following;

    Responsibilities

    • Communicates with load and unload areas, hauls materials safely to designated areas and maintains safe speed and observes all plant traffic controls.
    • Performs walk-around pre-trip safety inspections. Identifies any safety problems or concerns and report any unsafe conditions to Supervisor including near misses and any other areas where safety can be improved.
    • Performs maintenance activities to ensure haul truck is maintained to the required standard and assist with other plant maintenance activities as required including site housekeeping or clean up activities.

    Qualifications

    • High School Diploma or GED preferred
    • Prior experience operating haulage trucks or heavy equipment.
    • Valid Drivers License
    • dump experience preferred.
    • Shift is 6:30AM - 3:00PM

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