Job Opening: Heavy Equipment Operator

November 13, 2019 – NOTICE
From:   Sam Muntean
Lac qui Parle County Highway Engineer
Lac qui Parle County Highway Department is accepting applications for a Heavy Equipment Operator at the Bellingham Shop.  Primary duties will be, under general supervision, being able to operate all or a majority of the highway maintenance equipment required in maintaining and repairing the county roadway system.
Minimum qualifications include a high school education, and have a Commercial Driver License (Class A) and able to obtain the tanker endorsement.
Good knowledge in highway maintenance procedures and equipment, equipment maintenance, and the ability to do physical activities is desirable.
Starting pay is $18.73 per hour going to $20.81 per hour in one (1) year with benefits including insurance, cafeteria plan, and a retirement plan.
Application and Position Description may be obtained in person at:
Lac qui Parle County Highway Department
422 5th Avenue
Madison, Minnesota 56256
Or by telephone request: Phone (320) 598-3878
Or on the web site at: and select Jobs at the top of the page.
County application forms are required.  Resumes will not be accepted as substitutes but may be submitted in addition to the application form.
Application deadline: December 6th, 2019

One thought on “Job Opening: Heavy Equipment Operator

  1. Kenneth Bowden says:

    I am interested in the equipment operator position. 

    I have worked  demolition construction and do have a CDL with tanker endorsement, have ran end dump trailers as well hauled equipment.

    i can run front end loaders and mowers.

    right now I work as a maintenance person for th Valley of th Sun Ymca in Mayer Az.

    I  graduated Milan High School in 1980. I am looking to move Back to Minnesota. (Tired of the AZ heat)

    Please contact me at 602 228 2924.

    Thank you

    Kenneth Bowden

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