WYOMING MACHINERY COMPANY
Coordination of equipment and attachments in yard area. Activity may involve CCE delivery
Ability to operate, load and unload heavy and industrial equipment from trucks and railroad cars. Must be able to direct transport drivers where and when to load and unload equipment. Review bill of ladings for accuracy to what is being delivered or shipped to or from the yard. Fill out appropriate manufactures and Wyoming Machinery Company's shipping documents. Accurately measure and record tire tread, tire condition, machine condition and make undercarriage measurements. Operate and inspect equipment for deficiencies in proper operation. Check oil levels, antifreeze levels, fuel levels and condition, air pressure check tires, jump start equipment, service oil and antifreeze levels if needed. Operate a forklift properly. Rig a load correctly to be picked by crane or forklift. Operate & evaluate equipment for their condition of runability or repairs required.
Ability to blade and maintain equipment yard. Ability to plow snow in front, rear parking lots, and parts dock. Store and identify inventory in the yard. Display equipment in the yard. Maintain a safe yard free from debris, trash and tripping hazards. Take oil samples of machine's components. Install unit numbers, decals, and MMT stickers on equipment. Maintain attachment and industrial inventory lines in orderly display. Assist and load out of material from wash bay and drying pit.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY
Mechanical background. Operating background of various equipment. Good verbal and written skills. Crane signals. Forklift operation. Proper tire maintenance knowledge. Proper CAT or other
manufacturer's lubrication requirements.
EDUCATION OR FORMAL TRAINING
High School graduate or equivalent. Heavy Equipment operation school.
Mechanical background and operation of heavy and industrial equipment. Handling shipping documents and bills of lading.
MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED
Receiving-shipping papers. Caterpillar in-service documentation. Track measuring equipment. Tire gauge and tread gauge. Oil sample kits, hand tools and decals. Crowbars and sledgehammers. Air compressor. Cutting torch. Forklift. Chains and boomers. Coveralls. Rain gear. Cold weather clothes. Tape measure. CAT performance handbook. Serial number book. Personal protective equipment for eyes, ears, feet, hands, and breathing if needed.
WORKING ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES
Normal hours 7am to 5pm. Some long hours in summer and winter due to late equipment arrivals and snow removal. Work in all weather, rain, snow and sun. Inside and outside. Use hands, arms and legs to climb up and on equipment. Lift railroad ties and blocking, boomers and chains. Swing up to a 25# sledgehammer.