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C&K Industrial Services, Inc.

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LABORER/TECHNICIAN


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OMJ Job Number/Reference Code: 3372504

Desired Skills/Duties: Job Laborer/Technician Job Objective: to set-up equipment needed to perform industrial services for C&K customer base. Working Hours: 8/12 hour shifts scheduled at varying start- ing times throughout the week. Working Locations: travel required both within state and out of state with over nrght stays likely .. . Training I Certifications: DOT Medical Examiners Card- Valid Driver License ,...--- . Multiple Safety Trainings..-- Respirator Clearance -- Working Environment: (60% indoor /40% outdoor) sie facilities are multi-level structures of varying sizes with.cement/steel grating floors, overhead lighting, access by elevators and/or stairwells. Work areas vary in temperature from very cold to very warm. EssentialJob Functions: Must communicate with Project Managers, Operators,customer Representatives, and co-workers.. . Must be able to read and interpret all required documentation (safety tailgates, confinedspace permits, deviations) job safety analysis forms, customer compliance forms). Must be able to connect vacuum hose (plastic flex/rigid, aluminum,steel) while adhering to all applicable operational and safety requirements/policies. Must be able to carry or roll said vacuum'hose either solo or with assistance of other employee(s). . Must be able to operate and control the end of the vacuum hose while performing vacuum operations. . Must be able to connect ultra-high pressure wateriines utilizing the required connecting means. Must be aple to carry ultra-high pres ure waterline either solo or with the assistance of other employee(s). Must be able to load support vehicles with job necessary supplies either solo or with the assistance of other employee(s) or assistive devices. Must be able to raise/lower supplies from one level to another utilizing a rope hoisting system. Must be able to work at heights, confined spaces, and, varying temperatures

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