Heavy Equipment Operator Sample Resume

Robert Greene
1234 Cobblestone Drive
St. Paul, Minnesota 44444
Home: 727-555-5555
Cell: 727-555-5556
Email: robert_greene@netlong.com

Objective
Seeking a challenging and responsible position in heavy equipment operation that will effectively utilize my training and experience and offer opportunity for career growth.  

Qualifications Summary
  • Dedicated results-oriented and client-focused individual with extensive knowledge in the following areas: Truck and equipment safety, water, sewer and garbage truck operation, operation of front end loaders, dozers, graders, compactors, snow blowers and many other pieces of heavy equipment.
  • Ability to operate single axel trucks in a safe and responsible manner.
  • Effective verbal and listening skills and very strong decision making skills.
  • Honest, trustworthy, respectful and flexible.
  • Able to deal with clients in a positive, courteous and respectful manner.
Education
Minnesota School of Construction, Woodbury, MN
  • Heavy Equipment Operator
  • Feb. 2002 - March 2005
  • Heavy Equipment Operators Journeyman Certificate
Work Experience
Heavy Equipment Operator: March 2005 - Present, Northpine Aggregate, Landfall, MN
  • Responsibilities include: Operating scraper, operating dozer, performing maintenance on given equipment.
  • Operate heavy equipment in a safe and effective manner in order to minimize the risk of injury, property damage or loss.
  • Maintain roads and transportation systems in order to ensure safe roadways within the hamlet.
  • Perform seasonal maintenance on roads, using equipment for snow removal, road leveling and proper drainage
Heavy Equipment Operator: Sept. 2003 - Feb. 2005, Rasmussen Earth Movers, Woodbury, MN
  • Operated gasoline and diesel equipment such as sweepers, graders, flushers, loaders, bulldozers, log trucks, aerial trucks, and backhoes in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Performed routine checks on vehicles and equipment prior to use.
  • Performed routine equipment maintenance as assigned.
  • Performed emergency repairs on vehicles and equipment, if necessary.
  • Other tasks included: Plowing, blowing, and hauling snow from roadways; sanding and salting slippery roadways; constructing, grading, and patching roadways; wetting, sweeping, and cleaning roadways; flushing and cleaning manholes, catch basins, and storm sewer pipelines.
  • Maintained ditches and natural water courses.  
Licenses
Minnesota Class A Commercial Driver's License
Heavy Machine Operator's License  

*References available upon request.