Class 1 Driver

Driver Edmonton, Alberta


Description

JOB DESCRIPTION:
 Safely and efficiently inspect, operate and maintain company and customer issued equipment in accordance with Transport regulations, TSA, company and customer policies and procedures.
 Document and directly report all safety related equipment defects to Canada Cartage and when applicable, to the customer’s dispatch.
 Continuously exercise safe-work-practices when engaged in work related activities (e.g. using material handling equipment, when manual handling cargo, and vehicle backing, etc.).
 Maintain timely communication with the company dispatch office to report daily activity such as arrival and departure time, delays, unscheduled breaks, workplace injuries, motor vehicle collisions, and cargo, equipment, and property loss/damages.
 Accurately complete and submit (at shift or trips end) all documentation required for payroll, customer billing, hours of service, vehicle maintenance, etc.
 Continuously comply with current Hours of Service and TDG regulations.
 Inspect cargo prior to acceptance and apply appropriate cargo securement as per NSC Standard 10.
 Ensure on time delivery and reporting arrival and departure times as needed. Adhering to specific account requirements.
 Ensuring product is delivered safely and without damage.
 Delivering bread to set drop sites and other locations as required by customer: Lloydminster & North Battleford. Reload empties.

PAY STRUCTURE:

SCHEDULED ACTIVITY:
• Weekly shifts: Sunday, Monday, Wednesday ,Thursday, Friday
• Daily Start Time: 2:00 PM
• Projected hours:30- 40 hrs. per week

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
• Possess in continuous good standing, a valid Alberta issued Class 1 license.
• Must be willing to handbomb, Must be able to lift 50 lbs. unassisted.
• Capable of performing all aspects of the job function for which you are applying
Notes:
Safely and efficiently, inspect, operate and maintain company and customer issued equipment in accordance with Transport regulations, TSA, company and customer policies and procedures.
• Document and directly report all safety related equipment defects to Direct Transport and when applicable, to the customer’s dispatch.
• Continuously exercise safe-work-practices when engaged in work related activities (e.g. using material handling equipment, when manual handling cargo, and vehicle backing, etc.).
• Maintain timely communication with the company Dispatch office to report daily activity, delays, unscheduled breaks, workplace injuries, motor vehicle collisions, and cargo, equipment, and property loss/damages.
• Accurately complete and submit (at shift or trips end) all documentation required for payroll, customer billing, hours of service, vehicle maintenance, etc.
• Continuously comply with current Hours of Service and TDG regulations.
• Inspect cargo prior to acceptance and apply appropriate cargo securement as per NSC Standard 10.

Adhering to specific account requirements. On time delivery and reporting arrival and departure times as needed.

Delivering bread to set drop locations: Red Deer (switch x1) & Other locations as per requirement . All product is on wheels. Reload empties


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