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Agricultural Equipment Operators

Abel Saucedo & Sons Trucking, Inc.

St. Helena Island, SC

$13.67 per hour


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Agriculture Equipment Operator to operate equipment used while harvesting tomatoes. Must have the correct type of license required by State and Federals laws. Operators will be responsible for operating the vehicles used to move crops on the farm. Should be able to provide proof of accident-free driving record and background. Operate equipment used to move supplies and harvesting equipment on the farm. Maintain harvest equipment. Must be able to reach, bend and lift items weighing 100 pounds. Must be able to work outdoors in dusty/dirty conditions, at extreme heat and cold inclement weather. Must be able to listen to, understand, and follow simple instructions of supervisors and dispatcher. Must be able to work in fields where ants, snakes and poison ivy are encountered. The alternative work is truck maintenance and farm maintenance including the repair of barns, other structures, greenhouses and various equipment and tools used on the farm. Use of personal cell phone or other personal electronic device during working hours strictly prohibited except for work-related calls or emergencies and violation may result in immediate termination. Operador de equipo agrícola para operar el equipo utilizado durante la cosecha de tomates. Debe tener el tipo correcto de licencia requerida por las leyes estatales y federales. Los operadores serán responsables de operar los vehículos utilizados para mover cultivos en la finca. Debe ser capaz de proporcionar prueba de antecedentes y antecedentes de conducción sin accidentes. Operar el equipo utilizado para mover suministros y equipos de cosecha en la granja. Mantener el equipo de cosecha. Debe poder alcanzar, doblar y levantar artículos que pesen 100 libras. Debe poder trabajar al aire libre en condiciones polvorientas / sucias, con calor extremo y frío inclemente. Debe poder escuchar, comprender y seguir instrucciones simples de supervisores y despachadores. Debe poder trabajar en campos donde se encuentran hormigas, serpientes y hiedra venenosa. El trabajo alternativo es el mantenimiento de camiones y el mantenimiento de la granja, incluida la reparación de graneros, otras estructuras, invernaderos y diversos equipos y herramientas que se utilizan en la granja. El uso de teléfonos celulares personales u otros dispositivos electrónicos personales durante las horas de trabajo está estrictamente prohibido, excepto para llamadas relacionadas con el trabajo o emergencias, y la violación puede resultar en el despido inmediato.
Job Classification:
45-2091.00 - Agricultural Equipment Operators

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See Addendum C/Ver Addendum C
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Work Schedule (Start/End time):
8:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.

Employer Information

Company Name:
Abel Saucedo & Sons Trucking, Inc.
Naples, FL 34114
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53 Storyteller Road, St. Helena Island, SC 29920

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