Heavy Equipment Operator Trainer

The operator trainer will manage all aspects of the equipment operator qualification and training program. This person will be responsible to evaluate, qualify and train each operator to reach the next level. This is a great opportunity for a person to make a difference in people’s careers by enhancing their skill sets and instilling a culture of safety.


Experienced in training equipment operators on equipment such as; dozer, loader, excavators, rollers, cranes and all construction equipment

Good oral and written communication skills

Good organizational and record keeping skills

Able to travel throughout Florida and southern Georgia during the work week

Computer skills should include Microsoft Word, Basic Microsoft Excel, and Basic Microsoft PowerPoint


Conducts training sessions for equipment operators, instructing them on the safe and proper operation of equipment and machine features and functions.

Prepares and takes charge of training and demonstrations from start to finish. Covers all maintenance points and required inspections with operators

Regular field visits to evaluate operators on production and safety

Manage all operator files and training


10 years in construction environment where operating skills were developed

Prior experience in the training, qualifying and auditing of equipment operators

Desired Qualifications:

Bilingual (Spanish)

Master NCCER trainer qualification

General knowledge of OSHA Workplace Safety programs including MSDS and PPE programs

Microsoft office suit knowledge and good computer skills


The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.


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