Responsible for the safe and reliable transport of finished baked goods to Company distribution points.
Operate transport vehicle safely, ensuring vehicle meets all DOT laws and Company standards.
Unload trailer and reload with equipment or other items being returned to plant locations.
Control and document all applicable written reports and procedures.
Accurately track work hours/schedules and mileage, properly document required pre-trip inspection of truck and notify management of any quality or safety issues.
The work can be physically demanding including pushing/pulling up to 100 pounds or more on a regular basis.
Maintain cleanliness of equipment.
Initially the position will involve relief coverage for vacations and other absences with later opportunities to bid onto set routes. Hours will vary and are not guaranteed. Applicants must be able to work any available shift and/or days or nights.
High School Diploma or GED
Must possess a Class A driver's license
Must have at lest 2 years experience over-the-road tractor-trailer
Acceptable motor vehicle record
Ability to use a hand truck on a regular basis
All applicants must be willing to work irregular and/or rotating shifts on a five day split work week. Working holidays and Sundays is frequently required. Open availability is required for all applicants.
Applicants must be available to work on short notice in cases of call offs or other absences.
Applicants must be able to communicate and work effectively with all employee
Bimbo Bakeries USA - 2 years ago
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