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Blaster

The Blaster is responsible for operating high-pressure Waterblasting equipment used for cleaning surfaces in open and enclosed spaces. Operators work on walls, equipment, buildings, pools, processing plants, bridges, and other structural surfaces, using hand-held spray guns. Typically work is performed by a team of HydroBlasters for an extended period of time per shift. It is mandatory for each operator to wear Common Protective or Safety Equipment including Safety Shoes, Glasses, Gloves, Hearing Protection, and Hard Hats. Must be available to work out of town and for extended periods as necessary and MUST have a valid driver’s license and clean driving record.

  • Operate a hand-held Hydroblasting gun that is producing 20,000 -40,000 PSI in a prescribed method to clean surfaces and remove specific compounds.
  • The work environment is wet, operators always wear protective gear and strictly follow safety protocols.
  • Often visibility is limited; Blaster must be able to produce quality results with spotlighting.
  • As a member of the crew, each Blaster must be self-motivated and capable of working independently in an assigned area. There is a strong interdependence among the team members requiring each individual to perform their share of the workload.
  • Travel to job sites with the crew to perform physically demanding work, usually multiple-day assignments.
  • 75-80% travel anticipated.
  • 50% of work is performed on professionally installed scaffolds.
Requirements:
  • High school diploma, GED, or equivalent
  • At least 3 years experience as a laborer; Waterblasting or pressure washing experience not required.
  • Valid driver’s license with a clean driving record because the position requires the candidate to drive a company truck
  • Ability to work with others.
  • Ability to work with little supervision.
  • Mechanical aptitude is necessary.
  • Ability to appropriately represent Waterblasting.com to customers.
  • A Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC™ card) preferred.
  • Knowledge of the safety regulations in phosphate mines plus a Phosphate Card a plus. The company will provide Phosphate Safety training and other site-specific training on each assignment.
  • Works in hot, cold, dusty, and noisy areas.

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