Heavy Plant Equipment Operator

Serial No: 10647
Skills keywords: licensed grader
Short Bio:

A hardworking, physically fit and committed candidate with extensive experience within grader and other heavy equipment operation; expert at driving and well-versed in all occupational health and safety standards; highly organized and pays keen attention to details when taking work directives from project seniors and when interpreting construction plans; effective time management, problem solving, interpersonal and stress management skills.

Current location:  Gauteng, South Africa - View on map
Nationality: Congolese
Preferred Sector of Employment:  accounting and finance
Spoken languages: english, french
Location I am interested in working: canada

Education and Qualification

Dec. 2011

Bagvin Holdings (Pty) Ltd – Operators Training Centre

Operator Grader

July 2011

Bagvin Holdings (Pty) Ltd – Operators Training Centre

Operate a Tractor Loader Backhoe

Professional Qualification

Bagvin Holdings (Pty) Ltd – Operators Training Centre

Operator License: PTACOD001600211

Grader / Tractor Loader Backhoe

Career Profile

Nov. 2012 – Present

Grader Operator

Bloekomlaan Construction, South Africa

• Operates the grader and several other heavy equipment such as dozers, tractor loader backhoe (TLB) and compactors according to the construction plans; drives the grader and moves the levers to adjust the height and angle of the grader blade.

• Performs routine cleaning and maintenance tasks to ensure smooth functioning of the grader and other heavy equipment.

• Reports failures, defects and malfunctions of the grader and other machineries to the project seniors.

Sept. 2010 – Oct. 2012

Grader Operator

Tourpro CC, South Africa

• Operated the grader as per instructions from project seniors and in accordance to health and safety standards. Undertook routine repairs for the grader to manage general wear and tear and other issues on the equipment.

• Trained new employees on driving the grader and performing work with high precision.

• Reported unsuitable geographic conditions and potential hazards to project seniors.