Under the guidance and direction of the site foreman or direct supervisor, the heavy equipment operator is responsible for operating heaving equipment in an efficient, safe and appropriate manner in order to minimize the risk of injury, property damage or loss of life while supporting construction activities.
Employees are expected to support and participate in a culture of safety , and adhere to and be ambassadors of Strike’s Code of Conduct and Values, and to treat others with dignity, respect and fairness.
Knowledge & Skills
High Level is the Gateway to the South. Situated at the tip of the Peace River Country, High Level is surrounded by the northernmost lands suitable for agriculture in Alberta.
It has long summer days and boasts some of the most impressive northern lights displays south of the Arctic. High Level has four schools, a Northern Lakes College campus, numerous recreational facilities and clubs, and close proximity to parks and lakes.
Who we are Strike Group is a Canadian company with various locations across Alberta. Strike Group has been named one of Canada's Best Managed Companies since 2007, and in 2013 was awarded Contractor of the Year by Alberta Venture.
At Strike we demonstrate leadership, drive, creativity and initiative and reward people for their commitment, energy, enthusiasm and results.
We treat others as we wish to be treated and, most importantly, ensure that every employee goes home safe.
Why work for us
Strike encourages and supports professional development through education and mentorship. We offer comprehensive benefits, competitive wages, and opportunities for career growth.
We support the communities where we live and the Strike team that makes those communities thrive.