Drivers generally work 4-5 days per week, 10-13 hours per day. A typical route would have 15-20 deliveries and 300-500 “bundles” (delivery units, which include full cases of products, plastic totes; dry, frozen and cooler product). Drivers may be responsible for collections and returns.
• Execute assigned duties in a safe manner. Drive, lift, and deliver in a way to not cause harm or loss to yourself, the products or equipment in your charge, or others you come in contact with. Comply with all DOT regulations.
• Execute assigned duties in an accurate manner. Ensure that orders are delivered to the correct customer and are complete. Collect payments in the manner and amount required. Maintain correct paperwork.
• Execute assigned duties in an efficient and timely manner. Complete all assignments within the proscribed time allowed.
• Execute assigned duties in a customer friendly manner. Drivers must interact with a variety of customers and be able to complete the delivery to the complete satisfaction of the customer. Customer Service is of the utmost importance.
• Deliver dry, refrigerated and frozen products to convenience stores, gas stations and other retail establishments. Products are floor loaded and delivery is made using a hand truck.
• Service accounts by collecting returns, refusals and empty containers.
• Collect funds as required.
• Operate a Class A Tractor/Trailer combination or straight truck safely and in compliance with DOT and state regulations.
• Communicate with support staff on any issues of delivery, product or collection.
• Utilize on-board computer for management of driver logs, deliveries, and communications.
• Class A Commercial Drivers License and current DOT medical card (REQUIRED) with clean driving record.
• Excellent driving, delivery and customer service skills.
• Effective communication and organizational skills.
• Able to work independently.
• Knowledge of DOT regulations
• Able to lift packages up to 50 lbs and make deliveries with a hand-truck.
• Comfortable working with customers as well as sales, accounting and other departments.
• Hourly Pay – Get paid for the hours you work, not the miles you drive
• Local, regular runs
• Nights and Weekends off
• Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance
• Safety Bonus
• Life Insurance/Long & Short Term Disability Insurance
• Paid Time Off
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