The Class B CDL Bulk Truck Driver will be responsible for transportinghazardous materials to the jobsite and signing out the materials. The drivers will be exposed to different situations and equipment in performing their assigned task. They will be responsible for maintaining their assigned equipment. Travel is required.
PRIMARY DUTIES Loads and unloads tanker with hazardous materials, both bulk and various package styles adhering to all Company and DOT regulations Operates bulk tanker trucks according to Company policies and state/federal laws Transports load over required route to proper destination, observing all traffic laws and DOT safety regulations Completes and transmits all paperwork in compliance with established Company procedures Performs safety inspections on trucks, equipment and/or facilities as required by Company policy and DOT regulations Maintains miscellaneous service duties such as checking, on a daily basis, oil, water, fuel, tires and tank related items Reports any equipment malfunctions/concerns to Fleet Manager or Driver Manager Knowledge of and the ability to use auxiliary pumps for loading and unloading of vehicle and use spill kits and fire extinguisher Ability to read and review permit for route, special considerations, and safety provisions Assistance with setup and teardown of operations as well as the knowledge of how to operate heavy equipment for loading and unloading at jobsites Overnight travel will be required Safety, Safety, Safety comply with all DOT and company policies, procedures, and standards of safety Other duties as assigned
BACKGROUND Must be at least 21 years old Valid Class B CDL with hazmat and tanker endorsements is required Valid DOT Medical Examiner's Certificate is required M.S.H.A. 5000-23 certificate part 48 or willingness to obtain certification - company will pay for certification Must be able to successfully pass a pre-employment drug test and criminal background check Acceptable MVR in accordance with Fisher's Company Vehicle Program policy is required Ability to complete work tasks under various adverse weather conditions including heat in excess of 100 degrees, cold, rain, and snow Ability to operate equipment in adverse weather conditions and on steep and rough terrains is required Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs
Fisher Industries is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and an Equal Opportunity Employer of Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans.
Pre-employment physical and drug testing are required.
Associated topics: clerk, dispatcher, distribution, driver, petroleum, scheduling, scheduling and dispatching, shipping, truck, warehouse