A local cement company is hiring for several serviceman positions. Veterans are encouraged to apply. Salary to be negotiated.
Position title:
Job Description:
Employee performs general labor and janitorial duties in the maintenance of grounds and building facilities throughout the plant. Employee will use manual hand and electrical powered tools and machines in the cleaning and maintenance of grounds and building facilities. Employee will operate small and medium-sized material haulage equipment in the relocation and removal of bulk materials and products. Employee will operate mill and shop crane hoists and small and large mobile cranes in the relocation or transporting of equipment and parts to various job sites on plant grounds. Employee will operate water truck and road sweeper in road dust control. Employee will operate ball sorting machine on trailer in the placement of various sizes of grinding balls in one-ton quantities into grinding mills to grind klinker. Employee will operate vacuum truck with suction hoses in the removal of cement dust and product spills from both inside and outside of building facilities. Employee mixes and applies refractory lining i.e., insulation material, to concrete installations for cooling purposes.
Must be able to use:
basic carpentry tools, floor sweepers and steam cleaners, pressurized air-lances, jackhammers, claydiggers, picks, shovels, bars, scrapers, hand-trucks, and wheelbarrows.

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