OR Plow Operator

About Integrity Corps

At Integrity, we operate as a team, we support each other, hold each other accountable and look to build and lift each other up. We look for ways to give back to our community and our peers. We strive every day to be better than we were the day before by welcoming feedback and taking responsibility for our actions. We provide the best service to our clients and take pride in our work. We never stop growing, innovating, and creating. We look to challenge the status quo and we operate with Integrity in all that we do. Every day we are guided by our Ways of Being; be Generous, be Accountable, be Coachable, be Caring, be Better.

About the role

  • The role of a Plow Operator includes operating plows of various sizes. Must be familiar with industry standards, policies, guidelines, and procedures.

What you'll do

  • Operate the plow efficiently.
  • Coordinate with project managers, supervisors, and utility crews to ensure efficient and timely completion of installations.
  • Conduct pre-operation inspections of equipment to ensure proper functioning and identify any maintenance or repair needs.
  • Maneuver equipment in tight spaces and around obstacles while maintaining safety and precision.
  • Monitor underground plow depth and alignment to avoid damage to existing utilities and property.
  • Understand various soil and ground conditions for plowing/trenching
  • Troubleshoot equipment issues and perform minor repairs as needed.
  • Adhere to all relevant safety regulations and company policies to prevent accidents and injuries.
  • Maintain accurate records of work performed, including equipment usage, maintenance activities, and project progress.
  • Communicate effectively with team members and supervisors to provide updates on work status and any issues encountered.
  • Inspect and maintain job equipment.
  • Perform other duties as required and/or assigned.


  • 2-3 years of relevant experience.
  • CDL Class A license required.
  • Precise hand-eye coordination.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to perform operator level troubleshooting and maintenance of drill equipment/mixing unit.
  • Clarity of vision at 20 feet or more and 20 inches or less, with the ability to judge distance and space relationships.
  • Ability to identify and distinguish colors of utility flags and markings on the ground.
  • Ability to clearly communicate instructions to assist with training.
  • Ability to pass a background check and pre-employment drug test (illegal and legal substances)


Sherwood, OR

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