Must have a valid Class B CDL
Must be able to pass Department of Transportation (DOT) physical requirements
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Performs daily pre-trip vehicle safety inspection according to company guidelines.
- Maintains truck maintenance, fluid levels and fuel as needed or required.
- Reports any vehicle mechanical problems on a timely basis to ensure prompt attention from fleet maintenance.
- Follows written and oral instructions from dispatcher to ensure each customer order is loaded accurately.
- Properly secures the load to minimize shifting and damage in transit.
- Determines the most direct route to customer job site giving consideration to safety, traffic and state DOT regulations.
- Wears personal protective equipment as required or needed.
- Drives/operates delivery truck to safely deliver and unload materials at customer job site.
- Inspects customer job site to ensure truck can be operated safely and delivery of materials can be made safely and efficiently.
- Communicates professionally and pleasantly with customers.
- Keeps the interior and exterior of the truck clean and free of clutter to include regularly removing road film.
- Completes required paperwork timely and accurately.
- Follows established company policies and guidelines for safety, quality and customer service.
- Maintains neat and professional personal appearance.
- Unloads deliveries of materials/products and places in the proper warehouse location.
- Performs other duties as required by dispatcher or other management employees.
- Assists with walk-in as needed.
- Operates forklift to unload, load or move materials.
- Assists with taking inventory as needed.
- Performs general housekeeping duties to include neatly stacking and storing supplies/materials, sweeping warehouse and emptying trash receptacles as needed.
- Other duties as assigned by plant manager or other management employees
- Occasional/frequent periods of sitting while operating the truck.
- Occasional/frequent use of feet to operate clutch/transmission.
- Occasional/frequent lifting of up to 100 lbs.
- Occasional/frequent carrying of up to 50 lbs.
- Occasional/frequent climbing of steps.
- Occasional/frequent reaching, grabbing, pushing and pulling.
- Occasional/frequent stooping, squatting, bending and kneeling.
- Occasional pushing and pulling.
- Occasional/frequent twisting.
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