Snow Loader / Equipment Operator

Taylor, Michigan, United States | Contract


Work with an industry leader!  Recently awarded Inc. Magazines "Top 5000 Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies!"

The snow loader / equipment operator plays a vital role in our snow operations. Your goal is to get your assigned commercial, industrial or municipal plow site cleared of snow in a manner that is consistent with how the customer has specified.  You will receive paid training before the season starts and be required to continue training throughout the season. Successful  candidate will be working under our area manager. This job requires 24/7 availability from November 20th to April 1st.  You are "on-call" for that entire timeframe however you will primarily be working after snowfalls reach a depth of 3/4" or more.  

We utilize state of the art equipment.  You will be using a CAT skid steer or wheel loader that is only 1-3 years old.  We have snow pushers that range from 10' - 20'.  We work at some of the area's finest, high-end jobs throughout Wayne County, MI

You will be responsible for the following (and more!):

  • Exceeding customer expectations for plowing your particular site
  • Watching weather conditions on your assigned site.
  • Inspecting site on an on-going basis for damage or hazards
  • Quality control
  • Maintaining effective communication throughout the snow event
  • Manage supply inventory on your site
  • Communicate with area manager and possibly de-icing truck
  • Operating your machine in a safe and effective manner.


Ideal candidate would:

  • Have some basic mechanical ability
  • Have medium to heavy equipment experience
  • Be able to work long hours
  • Handle pressure well
  • Be detail oriented
  • Have used a snow pusher prior to this position


  • Valid driver's license
  • Reliable transportation

Pay (weekly):

  • Base salary and / or
  • $ 18.00 - $ 26.00 / hour


We only want the best!  Our employees and service providers are with us year after year because we pay when promised and maintain a high level of communication.