19 Mar 2023
Full-Time OTR Home Weekly Truck – Lantapan
You will travel to deliver supplies to our clients as a Truck Driver while adhering to and comprehending safety laws and regulations. A good driving record and excellent customer service skills are required. Experienced, safe, and customer-centric drivers are urged to apply!
Job Title : OTR Home Weekly Truck
Location : Lantapan, Bukidnon Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 26.05 per hour.
Company : WM
Job Type : Full-Time
- The majority of a truck driver’s day is spent driving; the rest is spent on tasks like delivery, handling, shipping orders/paperwork, customer engagement, and vehicle AM and PM inspections.
- Handheld computers are used to do all of the paperwork that is needed for clients, as well as for things like Hazmat preparation, vehicle inspection reports, load reports, and trip reports. Truck drivers follow a Route and Sequence delivery plan that was made by a computer.
- The truck driver maintains a high level of customer care while delivering products to customers.
- After unloading, double-check the seal number with a store employee and account for any shortages, mislabels, or returns.
- It is necessary to be able to work outside in all types of weather.
- Schedule a regular departure time from the warehouse, along with a manifest that lists the driver’s name and the destinations for deliveries and/or pickups.
- Throughout the day, we’ll be loading and unloading things by hand and with heavy equipment, so you’ll need to regularly lift 75 pounds or more.
- The ideal applicant will always prioritize safety and use proper PPE.
- Reports on what he has done and what he hasn’t done. Before and after the voyage, inspections are performed to identify and communicate any problems or deficiencies to supervisors.
- Ability to contribute to a team approach by being dynamic, flexible, and upbeat in your dealings with coworkers and customers — can multi-task well
- DOT rules must be understood, and BC driving credentials must be obtained.
- You must be able to read, write, and speak English proficiently to understand, offer, and receive guidance.
- Pass any background checks and/or drug tests that may be required as part of the work.
- Have at least two years of driving experience or have completed a course at a truck driver training school.
- A valid Class A commercial driver’s license (CDL) is required, as well as the ability to properly operate transportation equipment (e.g., tractor-trailer combinations).