The Town of Colrain is seeking a full-time Equipment Operator /Truck Driver/Laborer for its Highway Department.

The Town of Colrain is seeking a full-time Equipment Operator /Laborer for its Highway Department see below:

The Town of Colrain is seeking a full-time Equipment
Operator /Truck Driver/Laborer for its Highway
Department. The ideal candidate will possess a Mass.
Commercial Drivers License (CDL Class B), and a
Hoisting License (2A and 4G), or be willing to acquire
them. A valid medical card is also required.

Experience with snow removal, road construction,
repair, and maintenance as well as the ability to
operate and maintain special, heavy, and other
motor equipment, power tools, pneumatic tools, and
hand tools preferred.

This position offers an hourly
wage rate between $22 and $27, and a generous
benefits package.

Application may be obtained on the Town's website:
colrain-ma.gov.com or at the Colrain Town Office
located at 55 Main Rd. Colrain MA. A detailed job
description may also be obtained at the Colrain
Town Office Mon.-Thurs. 9AM-4PM.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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