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Special Motor Equipment Operator/Laborer

Burlington, MA · General Labor
The Town of Burlington is seeking an individual to perform skilled manual work related to the operation of heavy and specialized public works equipment, under the direction of the Superintendent of the Highway Division. 

Essential functions include, but are not limited to:
  • Assist in a variety of public works projects such as maintain and repair streets; install, clean and repair culverts, catch basins and drainage lines; sweep streets and sidewalks; repair guardrails and signs
  • Operate specialized and heavy equipment such as dump trucks, front-end loaders, backhoes, rollers, basin cleaners and street sweepers; perform manual labor incidental to the work of operating assigned equipment; service and maintain equipment
  • Operate snow removal and sanding vehicles; assist in emergency highway and other public works repairs
  • Perform laborer’s duties when not assigned to equipment operation
  • Operate hand tools, mowers, jack hammers, air compressors, clippers, cutting tools and related equipment
  • Load and unload trucks; picks-up and hauls materials
  • Subject to emergency recall
Minimum qualifications include
  • Must possess a CDL Class B License
  • Must possess a Hoisting License 1B, 2A, 4E and 4G
    • Applicants without the necessary CDL and Hoisting Licenses may be considered under certain conditions
  • Must have the ability to operate trucks with a rated capacity of more than three tons up to nine tons
  • Ability to operate hoisting equipment such as backhoes, front-end loaders and catch basin machines, 125 CFM compressors, sidewalk rollers, highway sanders and similar equipment used in Public Works construction and maintenance
  • Must be available for emergency snow removal and able to plow and sand roads

This is a full time union position, 40 hours per week, within the Department of Public Works bargaining unit.  Salary is within Group 86 of the DPW contract. 

Pay range starts at $29.12/hr, providing annual salary increases to a maximum rate of $40.63/hr, and includes comprehensive and generous benefits.

Benefits include
Health and Dental Insurance
Paid Time Off - vacation, sick, personal, 13 holidays
Pension Plan
Clothing Allowance
Education Reimbursement
Eligible for Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness
Eligible for overtime opportunities

Applications received by March 29, 2024 will receive first consideration.  Position will remain open until filled.

Please note: The selected candidate shall be required to submit to a full background check as required by MA General Law and DOT regulations.  Any conditional offer of employment is contingent upon satisfactory background check results.
Methods to apply for this position:
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Send letter of interest, resume, and application to:
     Cheralyn Rosati
     Human Resources Coordinator
     Town of Burlington
     29 Center Street
     Burlington, MA  01803
The Town of Burlington is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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