Hoisting Engineers are involved in the set up and operator of electric-powered cranes. There are three branches, which differ by the amount of weight a crane can lift. Branch 1 (339A) and Branch 2 (339C) are Mobile Crane Operators, while Branch 3 (339B) is for Tower Crane Operators.
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What Preparation and Training Do You Need?
What's Your Future as a Hoisting Engineer (339A/B/C)?
Junior Operators may start at $35,000 annually and increase with expertise and seniority to $75,000-$90,000 annually. Salary often varies by employer.
Hoisting Engineer (339A/B/C)
|Do you have good hand-eye coordination?
|Are you able to work indoors and outdoors?
|Are you comfortable working at all heights?
|Do you have a driver license and good driving record?
|Are you able to follow Health & Safety guidelines?
|Are you comfortable with traveling for work?
|Are you good at judging distances and weight?
|Are you reliable, a self-starter and able to work with minimal supervision?
|Are you interested in travelling for work?
If you checked YES to the majority of these questions, a career as a Hoisting Engineer may be for you!
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