Equipment Oiler

Job Locations US-TX-Waxahachie
Requisition ID
Construction and Extraction


Do you want to make a difference when it comes to building iconic transportation infrastructure projects? Are you looking to put your strong construction equipment skills to use while building roads and bridges? 


Austin Bridge & Road is currently seeking an experienced Equipment Oiler / Fuel and Lube Tech to be based at our Waxahachie, Texas location. We excel at what we do and are looking for talented construction professionals that want to excel with us.




The Equipment Oiler / Fuel and Lube Tech is responsible for fueling, lubricating, and performing light equipment repair on all types of construction equipment.


  • Candidates should be experienced in fueling and maintaining construction heavy equipment, but training could be provided for the right individual.
  • Class B CDL with Hazmat and Tanker certifications
  • Clean driving record is a must
  • Pay based on experience and expertise.
  • Must have a strong commitment to jobsite safety and be diligent in demonstrating safe work practices.


We offer excellent benefits including medical, dental, life and disability insurance, and a matching 401K plan. We are proud to be a 100% Employee Owned Company!  To learn more about Austin’s Employee Ownership history, please go to


Austin Bridge & Road is an Equal Opportunity Employer


About Austin Bridge and Road

A leader in the heavy highway and transportation infrastructure industry for more than 100 years, Austin Bridge & Road has built landmark projects from Arizona to North Carolina, including complex urban highway interchanges, tollways, runways, port facilities, border crossings, automated people mover guide ways and specialty bridges. Our customers rely on our expertise in construction management on conventionally bid projects and newer procurement methods, including design-build, construction manager at-risk and construction management/general contracting.


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