Truck Driver

Position Description:
The truck driver will perform a variety of routine and complex transportation work in driving and maintenance of his/her assigned truck.
Job Duties:
Perform daily pre-trip and post-trip inspections on truck and/or truck- trailer combo
Operate wheel loader to load truck (check box if applicable: )
Evaluate mechanical condition of vehicle and report any problems or potential problems to supervisor immediately
Add fluids or air and lubricate truck as needed or specified by supervisor
Secure all loads before transport
Operate truck in a safe, professional manner
Follow designated routes assigned by supervisor
Be aware of road conditions and avoid heavily congested areas when possible
Follow all applicable traffic laws
Follow Field Supervisors instructions on how and where to unload in the field
Perform walk-around of truck and/or truck-trailer combo between stops
Predict fuel usage, schedule and execute refueling including DEF to maximize productivity
Follow accident and/or spill procedures if an accident and/or spill occurs
Keep truck and associated equipment clean, including the inside, and in good working order
Identify changing conditions and adjust accordingly
Interact with staff, clients and customers in a professional manner
Demonstrate knowledge of and commitment to safety
Ensure that all Federal and State laws, and OSHA safety regulations are followed
Ensure that all company policies and procedures are followed
Other duties may be assigned as needed
Must be able to communicate effectively. Requires a thorough knowledge of traffic laws and defensive driving. Must exhibit skill and safety in the operation of various transportation vehicles to include, but not limited to: dump trucks, pickup trucks, utility trucks, street sweepers and front end loaders. Knowledge of compressors, generators, common hand and power tools, shovels, wrenches, detection devices, mobile radio, telephone and hand tools used in the maintenance of vehicles is required. Must have the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with employees, supervisors, clients, customers and the general public.

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