Heavy Equipment Operator Jobs in South Dakota


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Company Information: Lind-Exco, Inc. was established in 1971 by two brothers. In 1981, Lind-Exco completed their first job in the Rapid City area and decided to relocate to their current location. Since relocating, Lind-Exco, Inc has expanded its scope of expertise to include site grading, site fill and site excavation. This expansion of services has made its competitive bid packages more complete...
R.C.S. Construction, Inc. is a utility and heavy civil earthwork contractor in Rapid City, South Dakota and we are looking for skilled operators, pipe layers, and truck drivers that can operate CAT and/or John Deer equipment. We are busy and looking to hire immediately! If you are interested, we are looking for the following: Scraper, Backhoe, Loader, Blade, and Excavator Operators Minimum 2 years...
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Heavy Equipment Operator


$26,280.00 - $66,560.00
Typical Salary for Heavy Equipment Operator in South Dakota
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Education / Training

High School
Some College Coursework Completed
Some High School Coursework
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