Company Name : Arcon

Job Title : Operator

Location : Czestochowa

Payment : zł29

Working Hours : 8-10

Accomodation : Free

  • Job Title :Manlift Operator

  • Job Discription :

    A manlift operator, also known as an aerial lift operator or cherry picker operator, is responsible for operating and maintaining manlift equipment used to lift personnel, tools, and materials to elevated work areas. Manlift operators work in various industries, including construction, maintenance, manufacturing, and warehousing. Their primary role is to safely maneuver and operate manlifts while adhering to strict safety protocols.


    1. Equipment Operation: Safely operate manlift equipment, such as boom lifts, scissor lifts, and cherry pickers, following manufacturer guidelines and safety procedures. Position and stabilize the manlift at desired work locations, ensuring stability and levelness.

    2. Load Management: Safely load and unload personnel, tools, and materials onto the manlift platform. Secure and balance the load to prevent tipping or shifting during operation. Adhere to weight capacity limits specified by the manufacturer.

    3. Safety Compliance: Follow safety protocols and guidelines to maintain a safe working environment. Conduct pre-operation inspections of the manlift, including checking controls, safety features, and overall functionality. Use personal protective equipment (PPE) such as harnesses, helmets, and safety restraints.

    4. Communication: Communicate effectively with ground personnel and other team members to coordinate safe movements and operations. Follow hand signals or radio instructions to ensure proper positioning and maneuvering of the manlift.

    5. Preventive Maintenance: Perform routine maintenance tasks on the manlift equipment, including checking fluid levels, inspecting cables and electrical systems, and lubricating moving parts. Report any malfunctions, defects, or maintenance needs to the appropriate personnel.

    6. Emergency Response: Be prepared to respond to emergency situations, such as power failures, mechanical breakdowns, or accidents. Follow emergency procedures and safely evacuate personnel from elevated work areas if necessary.

    7. Documentation: Maintain accurate records of equipment inspections, maintenance tasks, and operational logs. Complete incident reports in case of accidents, injuries, or near-miss situations. Keep up-to-date records of training and certifications.


    • High school diploma or equivalent.

    • Valid operator certification for manlift equipment, as required by local regulations or industry standards.

    • Proven experience as a manlift operator or in a related role.

    • Knowledge of operating principles and safety guidelines for various types of manlifts.

    • Familiarity with proper load management techniques and weight capacity limits.

    • Understanding of electrical and hydraulic systems in manlift equipment.

    • Strong knowledge of safety procedures and practices.

    • Excellent communication skills and ability to work in a team environment.

    • Physical stamina to sit or stand for extended periods and operate controls.

    • Attention to detail and ability to work with precision.

    • Problem-solving skills to troubleshoot equipment malfunctions or operational issues.