Vacuum Excavation Operator (CDL)
Blood Hound uses the most up-to-date utility locating, Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), Vacuum Excavation, and other technology to provide our customers with a superior level of service. Blood Hound provides additional training to interested and qualified candidates to further expand and improve the knowledge and skills of our technicians.
GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES: Subsurface Utility Engineering involves providing our customers with very accurate utility data which includes the exact location, size, depth, and type of utilities within a job scope. This typically involves using Vacuum Excavation to expose (or daylight) utility lines to provide visual identification of the location and precise depth of utilizes and other structures. Technicians are expected to mobilize, establish safe work zones, provide traffic control, and operate vacuum excavation and utility locating equipment on a variety of jobsites. Successful candidates will possess effective troubleshooting and problem solving skills, in addition to being capable of learning and implementing basic mechanical repair skills while in the field.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: Previous Subsurface Utility Engineering experience is preferable, but not required. Candidates must possess a valid Class A CDL driver’s license. Experience reading CAD, GIS, and MicroStation files is a plus. Candidates must be able to pass a ‘fit to work’ physical examination, be willing to work overtime, be available for after-hours work, and be available for some overnight travel.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer