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Crane Operator

Clarksville, Tennessee - Posted on May 25, 2024
Published By Danielle Metcalfe

Trillium Construction is now hiring a NCCCO Crane Operator for an industrial project in Clarksville, TN.

This is a 3-month project, the operator will be running a swing and fixed cab cranes. Schedule is Monday - Saturday, working 6 - 10 hours Shifts. Pay up to $35/hr depending on experience.

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- At least 3 years of experience operating a crane
- NCCCO crane certification
- Can pass pre-employment screening

Trillium Construction Services has been recruiting and hiring construction and skilled trades talent for over 30 years. Trillium is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Trillium offers a comprehensive benefit package that includes the ability to participate in health insurance and retirement plans, paid holidays, state required leave, and vacation days. Trillium’s offerings are dependent on the state in which the assignment is located, length of time worked, and may change depending on assignment. Benefit packages for direct hire placements vary based on the client company.

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