Haul-truck drivers operate haulage equipment to transport and dump ore and waste. This is big-scale driving that requires great focus on safety and precision at an often-crowded and/or confined worksite. Requires the ability to monitor truck operations, recognize, report and avoid hazards, and carry out assignments to achieve safety and production goals. You know those trucks the size of an office building? That’s you in the driver’s seat.

Education and training needed: High school diploma or GED; Haul Truck Driver Certification preferred

Average Salary $65,667

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