Webster and Garner

Seasonal Propane Transport Driver

Location

Cilo, MI

Type

Full Time

Seasonal-Propane Transport Driver (Ideal for Farmers, Landscapers and Construction Workers)

 

Job Summary:

The primary function is driving a Tractor/Trailer to customer locations, loading and unloading propane and completing associated paperwork.  Exposure to dust, fumes, and high noise levels.  Required to drive occasionally in hazardous conditions, including weather, roadside stops and construction sites.  Compliance with all DOT, Company and Safety Policies, procedures and practices.  Possess CDL A license with proper endorsements.  Training will be provided.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Complies with all Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations and Company policies, procedures, and practices, including Safety Rules and Regulations
  • Delivers product as instructed by Transportation Manager
  • Performs general maintenance on truck during shift, including but not limited to:checking oil and fuel levels.  Completes Pre-Trip/Post-Trip procedure and ensures fire extinguisher and truck permit paperwork are on/in the truck
  • Provides friendly, courteous, and professional service to customers
  • Keeps Transportation Manager informed of any potential customer issues, complaints, spills, leaks, incidents, accidents or injuries
  • Completes work as assigned by Transportation Manager.Completes route as assigned in an efficient and safe manner
  • Informs Maintenance of any vehicle problems
  • Ensures truck and cab are cleaned daily
  • Informs Transportation Manager and Logistics Team Leader immediately of any DOT fines, citations, or other relevant issues

 

Required Experience:

  • Possess a CDL A license, with proper endorsements and medical card
  • Minimum of one (1) year experience driving a Tractor/Trailer
  • Physically capable to participate in Heavy lifting, bending, squatting, climbing, carrying hoses weighing up to 50 lbs
  • Experienced driving in snow, ice, and other hazardous weather conditions
  • Able to communicate effectively in order to take instructions from Transportation Managers, co-workers, and customers.
  • Must be able to conform to all rules at loading terminals & be able to pass safety test.
  • Experience with multi-axle trailers.
  • Must be comfortable transporting flammable cargo.
  • Experience hauling liquid cargo preferred.
  • Must be competent at math to verify quantities and volumes.
  • Must be able to read and understand road signs, instructions, routes and other paperwork
  • Pass a pre-employment physical and drug screen test
  • Provide at least three (3) current job references

 

 

Working Conditions:

  • Primarily outside work
  • Able to drive for long periods of time
  • Frequent stress related work due to transportation delivery logistics and responding to customer issues/concerns
  • May be required to work alternative shift, long hours, or on weekends and work additional assigned loads in compliance with DOT regulations

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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