A bus/truck mechanic helps plan, schedule. and perform repair and preventative maintenance on vehicles such as busses, vans, and trucks, as well as maintain related records.
Maintenance mechanics use lathes, milling machines, and grinders to maintain equipment in a manufacturing setting.
A heavy/tractor trailer driver delivers goods while operating a tractor-trailer truck, sometimes over intercity routes or spanning several states.
Light truck drivers possess a CDL B license and operate vehicles such as a truck or van with a capacity of less than 26,000 pounds Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) to deliver or pick up merchandise or to deliver packages.
Bus drivers are responsible for transporting people from one place to another for work, errands, school, or other reasons.
Machine operators set-up, operate, and maintain machinery, usually in a manufacturing setting.
Production, planning, and expediting clerks review, coordinate, and expedite distribution of materials needed for a project or department according to production or shipment schedules.
First-line supervisors are employed in all industries to direct production workers in the making or assembling of manufactured goods.
Forklift operators use machinery to transport materials and goods around a warehouse or job site.
A shipping and receiving clerk verifies and maintains records on incoming and outgoing shipments, and prepares items for shipment.