17 Mar 2023
Full-Time Certified Mobile Crane Operator – Budge Budge
Operator of a Crane Is responsible for loading, unloading, moving, and positioning heavy cargo and equipment at various job locations using cranes with telescoping and lattice booms under the following conditions. Examines wires for damage and replaces them as needed. The ideal applicant will be able to load, unload, transport, and place heavy cargo and equipment using cranes with telescoping and lattice booms. Operates machinery and does operator maintenance. Examines wires for damage and replaces them as needed.
Job Title : Certified Mobile Crane Operator
Location : Budge Budge, West Bengal, India
Salary : $ 24.89 per hour.
Company : MAMMOET
Job Type : Full-Time
- This job include climbing a vertical ladder (to a height of 25 feet), inspecting the crane and cab, filling out inspection documentation, operating the crane (4 hand levers, 1 foot brake), and filling steel orders.
- When the obligations of the Crane Operator are done, and the workload for the primary job above allows, he undertakes the duties of a Rigger.
- The person is able to operate in all weather conditions and notify any difficulties that arise. Executes additional duties as directed by superiors.
- You can keep track of all of the actions and make changes to the process via the use of the control panel. General preventive maintenance is carried out, and all obligations are carried out in accordance with safety standards and laws, where applicable.
- Understand and abide by all company, customer, and health/safety requirements, as well as any other regulations that may apply, such as restrictions on weight and size.
- A rigger operating handbook, chains, nylon slings, pallet lifters, magnets, vacuum lifters, posi-turner, spreader bar, softeners, tape measure, hammer, punches, pliers, crescent wrench, and paint stick marker are all necessary tools for this job.
- Inspects the crane for damaged components and reports any abnormalities to the supervisor. Maintains and cleans the crane and its lifting mechanism.
- Must be able to read and comprehend instruction manuals, blueprints, drawings, and specifications, as well as calculate load weights and wire, sheaves, and fitting sizes using mathematics.
- Obtain and inspect rigging, attach rigging to load, check travel path, blast whistle, alert crane operator, lead load to destination, install load, detach rigging, and return rigging to storage rack
- Use radio or visual signals, as well as other modes of communication, to work with riggers and truck drivers to lift items and other cargo.
- NCCCO or CIC certification is necessary. The Department of Transportation’s (DOT) medical card is valid. Certifications or permissions from the Safety Department, Equipment Manager, or Operations Manager are necessary. A license is required by the local jurisdiction (DC requires operators to be licensed). It is necessary to pass the practical test.
- Ability to ensure that all safety and housekeeping requirements are followed, that machine capacity is not exceeded, and that all tools, supplies, and equipment are properly stored and accounted for at the conclusion of each work day.
- An annual physical examination is necessary as part of this position’s pre-employment screening process to verify that the physical health and ability to perform the duties of this position is maintained.
- Equipment operating expertise of at least 1-2 years is required.
- Prior experience operating a cab and bridge crane (or a crane of a similar type) from heights of 30 feet or more and spans of 60 feet or more is required for this role.