Michels Corp Quad Axle Driver in Brownsville, Wisconsin
Quad Axle Driver
Location: Brownsville, WI Corporate Office
Division: Equipment Maintenance and Support
Employment duration: Full time
Employee Referral Bonus: Tier 3
Improving America’s infrastructure isn’t for the weak. It takes grit, determination and hard work to execute high impact projects. Michels Corporation engages 8,000 people and 14,000 pieces of heavy equipment in our insatiable drive to be the best. Our work improves lives. Find out how a career as a Quad Axle Driver can change yours.
As a Quad Axle Driver, your key responsibilities will be to safely transport and dump materials (sand, gravel, soil, concrete, crushed rock, etc.) and equipment to and from sites, by driving truck equipped with dump body. You will operate your vehicle in compliance with company rules and all applicable local, state, and federal regulations.
We are consistently ranked among the top 10% of Engineering News-Record’s Top 400 Contractors
Our steady, strategic growth revolves around a commitment to quality
We are family owned and operated
We invest an average of $5,000 per employee on training each year
We reward hard work and dedication with limitless opportunities
We believe it is everyone’s responsibility to promote safety, regardless of job titles.
You thrive in fast-paced environments under tight deadlines
You relish new challenges and evolving technology
You enjoy collaborating and communicating with your teammates
You like to know your efforts are noticed and appreciated
You bring a positive work attitude everyday
You have a desire to be trained to operate new equipment and learn new tasks
What it takes:
0-3 years of related experience
Prior Quad Axle experience (desired)
A valid driver license for the type(s) of vehicles you may be drivingandan acceptable driving record
A valid combination CDL and medical card (desired)
Hazmat and tanker endorsements (desired)
This is a seasonal, full time position. Optional assignments may be available in the off season depending on workload.