Part-Time Remote Crane Operator – Al Farwānīyah
One who operates a crane uses telescoping and lattice boom cranes to load, unload, transport, and set up heavy materials and machinery at diverse construction sites. Looks for worn cables to be replaced and does so. The ideal candidate will have the experience and knowledge to load, unload, move, and position large products and equipment using cranes with telescoping and lattice booms. Operators are responsible for doing routine maintenance on their assigned machinery. Looks for worn cables to be replaced and does so.
Job Title : Remote Crane Operator
Location : Al Farwānīyah, Al Farwānīyah, Kuwait
Salary : $ 33.83 per hour.
Company : DaVita Inc.
Job Type : Part-Time
- The operator of the crane checks it over for damage or malfunction and reports it to the supervisor. The crane’s hoisting mechanism needs to be serviced and oiled before operation.
- Tools like chains, nylon slings, pallet lifters, magnets, vacuum lifters, posi-turners, spreader bars, softeners, measuring tapes, hammers, punches, pliers, crescent wrenches, and paint stick markers are needed to complete this task.
- Climbing a vertical ladder (up to a height of 25 feet), performing a visual inspection of the crane and cab, completing inspection paperwork, operating the crane (4 hand levers, 1 foot brake), and fulfilling steel orders are all part of the job.
- Must be literate and numerate, with the ability to read and interpret blueprints, drawings, and specifications; calculate load weights; and calculate wire, sheave, and fitting sizes.
- All-conditions capability and the ability to report in real-time. Performs a wide range of tasks as directed by upper management.
- You can monitor system status and make adjustments directly from the control panel. When performing routine maintenance, be sure to observe all applicable safety procedures.
- Gain familiarity with and follow by all company, customer, and health and safety policies, as well as any other criteria, such as weight and size restrictions.
- The Rigger’s labor comes after that of the Crane Operator, if there is time left over after finishing the primary task at hand.
- In order to move a load, the rigging must be fastened, the load must be installed, the ropes must be disconnected, and the ropes must be returned to their racks.
- Collaborate with truck drivers and riggers to safely lift and transport goods utilizing radio, visual, and other signals.
- You must have previous experience working at heights of 30 feet or more and with spans of 60 feet or more using a cab and bridge crane (or a crane of a similar type).
- To maintain the essential degree of physical health and ability or fitness required to carry out the duties of the job, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a pre-employment physical examination and subsequent yearly physical examinations.
- Heavy machinery operation experience of at least one to two years’ duration is required.
- It’s crucial to be able to close up each workday having made sure that all necessary safety and housekeeping procedures were carried out, that machine capacities were not exceeded, and that all necessary tools, supplies, and equipment were properly stowed and accounted for.
- Certification as an NCCCO or CIC is necessary. DOT health card. Authorization or certification from the Safety Department, Equipment Manager, or Operations Manager. In accordance with city ordinance (DC requires operators to be licensed). One must succeed in the practical examination.