The Tanker-Trailer Driver will safely and efficiently deliver finished goods, products, and materials to customers in a timely and professional manner.
Local Routes, Home Nightly
No Top Out
7 Paid Holidays (from day one) and Paid Time Off (after one year of sevice)
Paid Weekly With Direct Deposit
Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance. SHORT & LONG TERM DISABILITY, AND A 401(k) MATCH OF UP TO $60 PER WEEK
Short and Long Term Disability
401(k) Match of up to $60 a week
Operates a tanker-truck according to applicable state and federal transportation laws.
Transports loads safely and in a timely manner over required route, obeying all traffic laws and observing all safety regulations.
Deftly maneuvers truck and trailer into loading and unloading areas; follows loading crew signals.
Assists with loading of or loads and unloads goods and materials, using specialized equipment when warranted; unloads empty skids and returns all equipment to designated area.
Maintains signed invoices, shipping bills of lading, and other required paperwork; delivers documentation to shipping office or other appropriate staff when delivery route is complete.
Facilitates routine service on trucks, which may include checking oil, water, gasoline, and air; reports maintenance malfunctions to Shipping Supervisor.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Must hold required commercial driver’s license appropriate for weight of vehicle to be operated.
Must pass background and drug testing as required by federal and/or state department(s) of transportation regulations.
Strong interpersonal and customer service skills with the ability to speak professionally and courteously with customers and staff at delivery points.
Ability to remain focused in busy environment.
Varying weather conditions
Deal with dusty environments
Sitting in a trailer cab for long periods of time.
Must be able to lift and move up to 40 pounds at a time.
Must be able to travel frequently