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Driver Job Details
- Perform frequent lifting, pulling, pushing, and carrying of accessory equipment used in the transport of concrete.
- Inspect truck for defects and safe operating condition before, during, and after trips and submit a written report on the condition of the truck at the end of each trip or tour of duty and give to Plant Manager.
- Maintain appearance of truck: inside and out; Responsible for keeping inside of drum free of concrete buildup (such as washing blades and hopper after unloading concrete).
- Ensure all delivery tickets are properly completed including arrival, departure, and return time as well as any additional water added to load.
- Ensure truck is always properly fueled before leaving for the day.
- Report directly to job site after truck has been loaded and directly back to plant after job is complete.
- Inspect job site for obstructions or soft ground conditions that could result in property or equipment damage.
- Apply knowledge of commercial driving and skills in maneuvering vehicle at varying speeds in difficult situations, such as heavy traffic and inclement weather.
- Perform all duties in accordance with company policies and procedures, and comply with all Federal, State, and local regulations for the safe operation of a commercial motor vehicle.
- Promptly report any delays due to breakdowns, weather, traffic conditions, or other emergencies, or in the event of irregularities relating to pick up or delivery of concrete.
- Promptly report all accidents to Plant Manager and/or Safety Manager.
- Promptly let manager know when service is due on truck or if there is a problem with truck.
- Required to hold a valid Georgia Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) of Class “A” or “B.”
- Obligated to keep a clean driving record and immediately inform the Plant Manager of any infractions.
- Should possess the capability to read, write, and conduct basic arithmetic, as well as the cognitive ability to manage receipts, interpret maps and road signs, and maintain logs.
- Must have an understanding of vehicle safety and control mechanisms.
- Should be well-versed with DOT rules related to safe driving, vehicle inspection, and maintenance.
- Needs to meet or surpass the medical criteria established by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
- Required to successfully complete a drug screening test.
- Required to remain attentive while sitting and driving for a total of up to 10 hours.
- Must possess the ability to change gears on a manual transmission and operate foot pedals.
- Should be capable of occasionally crouching to manage unloading equipment.
- Needs to enter and exit the vehicle’s cab 8 to 10 times daily, which is typically 36 to 66 inches off the ground, requiring steps and handholds to assist with entry and exit. This also involves occasional bending, twisting, climbing, squatting, crouching, and balancing.
- Required to occasionally lift heavy objects, with overhead lifting up to 50 pounds.
- Should be able to exert moderate to maximum force in pushing/pulling.
- Must maintain adequate balance to climb ladders up to 12 feet high.
- Needs to be able to assume low positions, such as kneeling, to perform tasks like checking tire pressure and brakes.
- Must frequently bend at the waist and lift simultaneously for loading and unloading tasks.
- Should be able to reach and twist in combination with other movements like pushing, pulling, climbing, kneeling, and bending.
- Requires unrestricted wrist and hand mobility.
- Expected to stand for at least 3 or 4 hours and walk on various surfaces for short periods, which may include slippery and wet conditions.
- Needs to climb into and out of vehicles, refuel them, and check engine oil and coolant levels.
Drivers will need to adapt to various working conditions and may have inconsistent work schedules. They should be prepared to work both indoors and outdoors in temperatures ranging from 0 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit, in both dry and wet climates.
The role involves working in confined spaces and at heights up to 12 feet. Drivers should anticipate facing tight delivery schedules, unexpected delays, and other stressors and fatigue associated with navigating crowded streets and highways in varying weather conditions. Operating a commercial motor vehicle will expose drivers to higher levels of noise and vibration than typically experienced in passenger cars.
Drivers must possess reasonable organizational skills to solve straightforward problems and perform daily tasks effectively.