Truck Driver Job Description:
1) Education and Experience
a) Class A CDL
b) Hazmat endorsement
c) Tanker endorsement
d) 100, 000 miles experience driving
e) DOT Regulations and CSA 2010 Rules.
f) Possess proper driver s license for job.
g) High school diploma
h) Good communication skills.
i) Detailed oriented
j) Demonstrates dependability
a) Average driving time per day = 3 - 7 hours.
b) Average miles per day = 30 350 miles.
c) Major Delivery Locations = Industrial accounts (Steel Mills, Pipe Mills, Manufacturing Plants)
d) Primary Delivery objectives = Deliver oil in bulk or packages
e) Equipment will be driving Box trucks (Straight and van) tandem axle straight trucks (Hose Reel type deliveries) transport trucks (18 wheel type) single compartment and multi-compartment transferred to customers tank(s) through 3 positive placement pump.
f) Focus Safety and rules our customers have us adhere to Making accurate on time deliveries paperwork adjustments Comply with all DOT Regulation and CSA 2010 Rules.
3) Essential Duties and Responsibilities
a) Drive a truck at least 40 hours per week.
b) Receives orders from dispatch.
c) Plans delivery run based on priority given by dispatch. Deliveries are scheduled according to priority and routing.
d) Picks paper work from bin, and places back up paperwork in the appropriate bin.
e) Checks compartment log for product, amount, customer, and hose reel product. (Bulk)
f) Checks placement of products on truck vs. How the run is scheduled to start deliveries. (Packaged)
g) Performs pre and post trip inspections and fills out appropriate forms.
h) Ensures customer signs BOL s and meter tickets. (Adjusts paperwork if necessary)
i) Fills out mileage logs and retains fuel receipts.
j) Maintains driver s log.
k) Communicates with customers and relays any questions, problems, or concerns.
l) Attends drivers meeting.
m) Driver must adhere to all DOT requirements to include but not limited to hours of service, drug and alcohol testing, accident reporting, load securement, and all other requirements to the regulations.
4) Sensory/Mental Requirements
a) Close visual acuity to recognize traffic signs, sudden stops, traffic patterns, construction zones, and aggressive drivers.
b) Listen for traffic sensitive situations. (Trains, horns, braking, accelerating, and emergency vehicles)
c) Listen for possible vehicle sounds which may impair the vehicles performance.
d) Looks for possible vehicle deficiencies during pre and post trip inspections.
5) Primary Equipment/Technology required
b) Lift Gate
d) Hose Reel
e) Cell phone
6) Physical demands for performing tasks
a) Regularly required to finger, grasp and perform repetitive motion.
b) Frequently required to reach.
c) Frequently required to climb, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, stand, push, pull, and lift.
d) Frequently required to exert up to 50 pounds of force and/or a sizable amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push or pull other objects, including the human body.
e) Frequently required to walk before and during deliveries.
f) Position involves sitting while driving.
g) Must pass drivers physical exam.