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Westbrook / Class A or B CDL 
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resume-library  |  United States  |  

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PARTNER-3XK1LV
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United StatesUnited States (US)
Category:
Transport/Transport
Work Type:
Permanent
Work Time:
Full Time
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Description 

Westbrook / Class A or B CDL

Westbrook / Class A or B CDL



Temp to Permanent



Westbrook, ME



12+ Months

Job Summary



This position involves transporting glass and/or



metal products to local and out of state customers with company assigned



vehicles; boom / straight trucks with the possibility of Client-overs.



Monday-Thursday



Essential Duties and Responsibilities



Day to day activities



will consist of handling and loading/unloading glass and/or metal products,



load securement, daily pre and post trip of vehicles, multiple deliveries, and



customer service. Unloading could



include handling loose, crated, and racked glass, metal and associated



products, as well as operating boom cranes, and truck mounted fork lifts.



Regular and predictable attendance, safe performance of tasks and adherence to



all safety policies and procedures are essential functions of this job.



Skills/Experience:



Skills, Knowledge and Ability Requirements



To be considered for a position that requires driving company



owned or leased vehicles as a regular part of his/ her job duties, the



following conditions must be met:



At least 21



years old.



A valid



drivers license issued by the state of residence to operate the type of



equipment the applicant will be driving.



Ability to



obtain a medical examiners certificate of physical qualification.



Ability to



determine whether transported cargo is properly located, distributed and



secured on the vehicle. Is familiar with methods and procedures for securing



cargo in or on the Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV).



Ability to



read, write, and speak the English language sufficiently to converse with the



general public as well as law enforcement, to understand traffic signals, signs



and signals in the English language, to respond to official inquires, and make



entries on reports and records.



By reason



of experience, training, or both, safely operate a Commercial Motor Vehicle



(CMV).



Ability to



handle varying road, traffic and weather conditions is mandatory.



Satisfy all



federal, state, and local government requirements.



Good



customer relations skills



Operation



of hand held scanners and electronic logging devices is required.



Ability to



pass pre-employment screening including drug/alcohol test, previous employer



and criminal background checks.



Acceptable motor vehicle record (MVR) as dictated in the company



standards document.



2 years experience incident free highly preferred.



CDL-A drivers with hoist licenses will be given preference.



Equipment



SIGCO/OBE tractor/trailers,



straight trucks, tilt dolly, pallet jacks, booms, hoists, boom cranes, lift trucks, truck mounted fork lifts, hand



tools, tie down devices, some power tools, calculator, tape measurer,



electronic logs, hand held scanners, cameras, writing instruments.



Safety



Personal



Protective Equipment Safety glasses, steel-toe met-guard shoes, cut resistant gloves



and liners, cut resistant outerwear and hardhat as required.



Hazards -



Exposure to Excessive Noise, Strain/Sprain, Laceration/Puncture, Contusion,



Operating Motor Vehicle, Operation of Foot Controls, Operation of Hand



Controls, Slipping, Climbing, Heavy lifting



Controls - Personal Protective Equipment, Safety Training, Written



Procedures



Work



Environment



Various types of



weather, traffic, and road conditions.



Normal climate conditions of the region will also be present such



as humidity, heat, and cold.



Noise levels in the work environment (in truck or plant facility)



can be moderate to high.



Plant facility environment is subject to unusually warm



temperatures during the summer months due to the heat generated by the glass



tempering furnaces



With the plant facility, while the odors from glass cleaning,



sealants, and other products are within acceptable levels, they nevertheless,



can be smelled. Dust, pollen and other



typical airborne particulate matter are also present within the atmosphere within



the plant facility.