Mark III Construction

  • Heavy Equipment Operator

    Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
    Job ID
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Who we are:
    Mark III Construction is growing and we want you to grow your career with us! Our benefits, competitive compensation, and dedication to training and growth are what keep our employees happy but our work hard and play hard environment is what keeps everyone excited about coming to work every day. 
    Mark III Construction, Inc. is a Sacramento based contractor founded in 1976 and specializes in electrical, plumbing, underground, MEP design, and service. We take pride in delivering quality commercial and industrial projects by staying true to our focus: ensure client satisfaction by completing projects quickly, competently, on time, and for the lowest cost possible. With our "The Power of One" approach, we fully integrate all the trades we perform, allowing for a seamless transition from prefabrication to completion.
    What we offer: 
    Competitive Compensation, Personal Time Off, 401K, Internal and External Training, Medical, Dental and Vision Plans
    Core Values:
    Teamwork, Integrity, Transparency, Work Hard Play Hard, Innovation
    Leading the Evolution of Construction
    Expose the World to a New Way to Build


    Mark III Construction is seeking a Heavy Equipment Operator for commercial and industrial projects in the Sacramento area.



    • Experience with backhoes, excavators, water truck, and wheel loaders
    • Extensive knowledge with sewer, storm, and water distribution systems
    • Ability to set grade from provided survey stakes
    • Dry utility knowledge is a plus



    • 3 years of experience operating heavy equipment
    • Ability to read and comprehend plans
    • Must be comfortable performing tasks of a Pipe Layer and/or Laborer
    • Underground specific certifications are a plus
    • Excellent verbal communication and organizational skills
    • Dependable with reliable transportation


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