Explore Equipment Operation

Operating Engineers play a crucial role in the construction industry by operating heavy equipment essential for various projects, including roads, dams, bridges, and buildings. They are skilled in handling a range of equipment such as bulldozers, excavators, articulated dump trucks, forklifts, and cranes. Operating Engineers contribute to the development and growth of cities and communities through their involvement in the construction process. In addition to operating the equipment, they also take on the responsibility of maintaining it as it undergoes wear and tear. With their specialized knowledge and training, Operating Engineers possess the expertise to restore equipment to its optimal operational capacity, ensuring productivity on construction sites. This career offers excellent opportunities and an exciting path for both men and women looking to make a significant impact in the construction industry.

 

$41.68

Average Journeyman Hourly Wage

$16.00

Average Hourly Benefits

$75.024

Average Journeyman Annual Salary

Training Programs

Interests and Skills

Being Active

Being Outside

Computers and Tech

Problem-Solving

Detail-Oriented