Class A Driver
variable start time beginning after midnight
Class A CDL driver who safely operates Class A company equipment performing delivery and/or pick up of HP Hood LLC / Crowley Foods and other company products at Sales Divisions, warehouses, grocery customers, company depots, and other locations following all DOT regulations and company fleet safety policies and procedures.
Safe Driving and delivery functions at assigned locations.
Back haul of products and materials.
Maintain positive customer relations
Maintain a professional and clean truck, both inside and outside.
Maintain all log and trip records according to company policy and DOT guideline.
Acknowledgement and follow through on maintenance needs for all assigned vehicles.
Attendance required at company and sponsored training sessions and meetings.
Education, Prior Work Experience/Specialized Skills and Knowledge:
Must be able to safely operate Class A equipment. CDL Class A must be maintained at your expense. High school graduate preferred. Must be able to read and write English legibly, and communicate verbally in the English language. You must be able to perform accurate math computations including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Ability to sit/drive for duration of several hours required. Ability to climb into and out of company vehicles assigned. Ability to safely navigate within areas encountered while performing duties of position.
Physical and Environment/Working Conditions:
Ability to lift and/or carry items weighing up to 50 pounds regularly. While performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly required to sit, stand and walk. The employee is also regularly required to drive various company owned or operated passenger and commercial vehicles. The employee is often required to use hands to handle or feel objects, stand, kneel or crouch.
Material handling equipment and Class A type commercial vehicles
Workplace safety is vitally important to our company-not only at our company but we also view it as an important aspect of the lives of each and every employee, the communities we work in as well as our customers. While at work, our employees are responsible for understanding and following all safety rules and procedures for their job assignment. HP Hood offers regular training and ongoing reinforcement so that safety becomes a daily conversation with all employees. Likewise food safety is a key performance indicator for our company. Understanding this, Good Management Practices (GMPs) and housekeeping procedures are to be followed as part of any job at HP Hood. There is no production goal, no competitive advantage, nor any cost-effective measure that is worth risking your own personal safety.
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