DRIVER AND INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
Must meet all federal Motor Carriers Guidelines
Must be at least 25 years of age
Must have a valid Commercial Driver License (CDL)
Must have 100,000 miles or 2 years verifiable experience
Must have a good MVR. No DWI, DUI, OWI, Careless or Reckless citations within the last 5 years
Must pass Drug and Alcohol test
Must pass Homeland Security Screenings and possess or agree to obtain a TWIC card (Transportation Workers Identification Credentials)
To be eligible for Canadian freight, you must obtain a CVOR card and a passport or passport card
Mechanic job description includes but is not limited to:
Mechanics primary responsibilities include repair work on trucks and trailers, as well as regular maintenance on shop equipment and yard vehicles. This may occasionally include an on the road repair emergency for disabled units. This job will also require you to attend hazardous materials safety training.
Other miscellaneous duties that you will need to perform may include building maintenance, cleaning of shop equipment, and mini storage repair as needed. Assisting in loading trucks via transfer of product by forklift, vacuum and auger from rail car or IBC (Intermodal bulk container) is also sometimes required. Mechanics are required to supply their own set of tools. This job may require lifting up to 100 pounds and require you to stand on unlevel surfaces.
Wash Tech job includes but is not limited to:
Washing the outside and cleaning the inside of semi trucks, going inside liquid and dry bulk tanks and sweep or wash out the interior of the tanks. Some tanks contain hazardous material and all safety personal protective equipment must be worn. This will include a properly fitted, OSHA approved chemical respirator mask, chemical suit, gloves and boots. This job will also require you to attend haz-mat safety training.
Other miscellaneous duties that you will need to perform are shoveling snow, mowing lawn, picking up garbage, cleaning of other miscellaneous equipment, cleaning bath rooms, lunch rooms and other offices and meeting rooms. Assisting in loading trucks via transfer of product by forklift, vacuum and auger from rail car or IBC (Intermodal bulk container) is also sometimes required. This job may require lifting up to 100/lbs and require you to stand on unlevel surfaces.