Heavy Equipment Operator Job Questions & Answers

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1 answers - Asked By: - 5/18/2013
So I'm going to job corps soon as a heavy equipment operator. This will be in Montana. They told me the first year i will learn 5 different machines. I'm not sure if i want to do the advanced yet. The...
2 answers - Asked By: - 6/24/2012
I am currently in MOS(Medical Office Assistant) which is soft trade, and i hate MOS. I want to go to a hard trade, HEO(Heavy Equipment Operator), but the only thing I know about it is that you operate...
1 answers - Asked By: ~Sarah Jacobs~ - 8/10/2012
My husband needs some help with the part where he writes the job description. He knows how to run a lot of the machinery but he just does not know how to write it so that it sounds attractive. Can som...
1 answers - Asked By: Mz. Araseli - 6/3/2009
I like both of these jobs and im really stuck in the middle. I like the heavy equipment because i like to play in the dirt and like to drive big things. I also liek the x ray tech because i like to wo...
2 answers - Asked By: gunner3874 - 8/26/2008
1 answers - Asked By: Haunted - 6/28/2011
2 answers - Asked By: Anthony Z - 5/7/2007
2 answers - Asked By: - 10/21/2013
What is this job like in army life? What groups do they work with what do they do day to day. How often are they used for actually heavy equipment operating? or do they do alot of general stuff? Idk a...
1 answers - Asked By: - 3/1/2010
How did you get your job as an operator? Did you start as a laborer or did you know someone who helped you get the job? What are the steps of the ladder to becoming an operator? It seems like every...
1 answers - Asked By: Ann - 4/9/2006
In the Army. Do they get deployed more than average? Any more info on these positions? Thanks My Mistake- I meant AH-64 Attack Helicopter Repairer(15R)
4 answers - Asked By: Chris - 7/30/2008
My boyfriend is looking into becoming a heavy equipment operator, ive been looking for informations but i cant quite find any! I wanted to know things like is it in high demand and if he would make o...
1 answers - Asked By: xmissamandax - 4/7/2008
Approximately how long does it take and how much does it cost to get a heavy equipment operators license?
1 answers - Asked By: - 4/20/2010
I am a 25 year old female journeyman heavy equipment operator (I run backhoes and dozers and loaders... the big yellow "tractors"). As a woman, I feel like I'm always being held back at work. Eventhou...
1 answers - Asked By: karen b - 7/17/2013
I would like to go to school to become a heavy equipment operator. Upon reviewing the application it ask about mental illness. I am currently on medication for deppression and ADHD. I was wondering...
1 answers - Asked By: StabMaster Arson - 2/2/2008
Please let me know
2 answers - Asked By: - 4/14/2013
Will come out to almost 16k for 12 weeks training is it worth it?
1 answers - Asked By: rustylorcin - 9/11/2007
Hello i am interested in joining this mos and i wanted to know from first hand experiences what this job was like ? what you do from day to day ? and over all did you like it please and thank you
1 answers - Asked By: jimalko - 7/29/2011
Where is a good place to apply? My husband just got certified and he is job searching with no success... any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
1 answers - Asked By: Amanda - 10/3/2008
Doing resume for cousin who is REALLY experienced Heavy Equipment operator. Most likely going to have to leave country for work. What format is good for this type of work?
1 answers - Asked By: Stella R - 3/15/2011
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