Air Sweeper Operator - Nights

Job Responsibilities:

1. Perform required inspection of Air Sweeper, prior to operating equipment

2. Perform minor mechanical checks of truck & equipment

3. Wear proper and required PPE

4. Review scheduled routes assigned

5. Be proactive and ask questions if route is unclear

6. Perform the safe operation of an Air Sweeper

7. Complete assigned job(s) in the time allotted

8. Maintain quality of work

9. Track completed tasks and/or routes (sweep validation per procedures)

10. Exercise extra caution during inclement weather

11. Report any equipment failures, near misses or accidents to Lead or Supervisor within 8 hours

12. Refuel at the end of the shift prior to returning to the shop

13. Operate a backpack blower to clean off store fronts

14. This job has a work schedule that requires individuals that can work a flexible schedule as the scheduled days of work vary from week to week with weekend nights required. Drivers work 4 shifts per week, 10 hours per shift.


High school diploma or equivalent, or equivalent work experience closely related to the field of work.


Valid Driver s license required.


Requires work performed in outdoor environments/ Exposure to variable and adverse weather conditions.

Exposure to noise, vibrations, jarring, fumes grease oil & chemicals.

Active, physical work involving occasionally; lifting (50+ lbs), carrying, pushing, pulling, stooping, kneeling, crouching, bending, reaching. Frequently; walking, standing, and driving and operating equipment for extended periods of time.

Requires focus adjustment, depth perception, clear close & distant vision. Use of ear, eye and other safety equipment.

Requires regular use of hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools or controls and reach with hands and arms.


  • $12. 00 - $13. 00 per hour, based on experience
  • Health, dental, vision & life insurance
  • Paid vacation & holidays

Sweeping Corporation of America is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer:EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disability Employer

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