Fluor Crane Operator II in Afghanistan
RTCH Operator (Mobile Crane Operator) - Minimum Qualifications: 1) NCCCO or other OSHA recognized crane operator certification: 2) With minimal supervision, safely operates Truck Cranes/Rough Terrain (RT) Cranes up to 120 Tons capacity to lift, move, and position loads, such as machinery, equipment, products, and solid or bulk materials, using hoisting attachments, such as hook, sling, spreader bars, etc.: 3) Able to determine criteria for Critical Lift operations and complete necessary permits/documentation: 4) Able to understand/speak conversational English in order to receive direction from Ground Guide personnel/direct operation of up to 4 Crane Rigger personnel assisting with Crane Operations: 5) Able to inspect crane for defective parts/improper operation and notifies supervisor of defects or malfunctions: 6) Ability to lift up to 50 lbs, be medically fit and able to work long hours outside in austere environments: 7) 3-5 years previous Mobile/Truck Crane operating experience a must and experience on the LOGCAP Project is a plus
Rough Terrain Container Handler (RTCH). Operates specialized equipment designed to lift and carry large cargo containers (20-40 feet long, up to 50,000 lbs.) over unpaved, uneven surfaces in adverse environmental conditions. May operate other equipment or vehicles as assigned. Checks equipment
condition and reports major mechanical issues; may perform minor maintenance or repairs as needed. May provide task-level guidance to less experienced personnel. Follows safe work practices and complies with all safety and operational guidelines pertaining to the operation of RTCH equipment.
Position may be located in a war zone in a contingency environment with harsh and dangerous working and living conditions, including lifting and carrying 40 pounds of personal protective equipment for extended periods of time. To ensure safety, health, and security measures within the contract are met, all employees shall be literate in English (read, write, speak and understand).
Living conditions on the project are most likely austere. The most austere sleeping may be in environmentally conditioned tents on “Army type” cots. Restrooms and showers may be 250 feet or further from sleeping quarters. Laundry service for 15 pounds twice per week is commonly provided. Meals are provided at regular intervals in cafeteria or “dining facility” style environment. Living area will most likely have constant hum of generators or similar equipment nearby.
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Job ID: 103452BR
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