To safely move equipment between warehouse, garage and truck lot, as directed and as needed by nightshift shipping operation
Ø Moves equipment between warehouse, garage and truck lot, as directed and as needed by nightshift shipping operation.
Ø Hooks up trailer to tractor by cranking the legs up on the trailer, and pulling the pin on the fifth wheel.
Ø Completes the dock work of spotting equipment.
Ø Insures all safety requirements and practices are in place, for the equipment and transportation to/from warehouse and docks.
Ø Monitors the fuel quantities at the fuel island; assists in fueling equipment as necessary at night.
Ø Daily performs general inspection of equipment; pre-cools trailers before loading.
Ø Washes equipment and sweeps out trailers as necessary.
Ø Communicates regularly with nightshift supervisors, dispatcher and support personnel to insure smooth loading and shipping operation.
Ø Completes necessary paperwork and documentation relative to the jockey position.
Ø Other duties as assigned or directed
Ø High school diploma or GED
Ø CDL-A license; with good driving and safety record
Ø Ability to work well with and take direction from others
Ø Must be able to read and write English
Ø Ability to maintain a good work schedule
Ø Ability to repeatedly climb in/out of tractors/trailers; push/pull/lift up to 80+ lbs. frequently throughout the work shift.
Ø Ability to complete necessary paperwork accurately and timely
Ø Able to work flexible hours, overtime, and weekends and holidays
Ability to repeatedly climb in/out of tractors/trailers; push/pull/lift up to 80+ lbs. frequently throughout the work shift. Able to work in varying climates and temperatures -- in and out of the warehouse environment, and outdoors for most of work time. Able to work flexible hours, overtime, and weekends and holidays
Yes, 10% of the time
U.S. Foodservice is an EEO/AA employer.
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