CDL Driver

Company Name:
Acme Brick
Acme Brick Company
Job Description
Job Title: Truck Driver
Department: Pensacola, FL
Reports To: Warehouse Manager
Acme Brick (a Berkshire Hathaway Company) is an organization of professionals in the manufacturing and building material distribution industry. We manufacture brick and distribute our own brick as well as brick and associated products manufactured by others. We operate in 15 states with a philosophy that we are much more than a brick manufacturer and distributor.
Summary: Safely operate a commercial vehicle. Also safely assist with the loading and unloading of the vehicle.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
As a Class A CDL Truck Driver, you will pre-trip your equipment before every run to ensure all mechanical, safety and emergency components are in good working order. You will also maintain logs of working hours as well as any vehicle service or repair statuses.
Additional responsibilities for the Class A CDL Truck Driver includes:
Securing cargo for transport
Obtaining receipts and signatures for delivered goods
Reporting all equipment defects or damage as well as accidents and traffic violations
Verifying delivery instructions and routes
Complying with all state, federal and company regulations
As a Class A CDL Truck Driver, you must be a strong verbal communicator as you will be in contact with internal dispatch personnel as well as customer representatives. You must also be able to pass a drug test, DOT physical and background evaluation
Additional requirements of the Class A CDL Truck Driver include:
Minimum 24 months of commercial driving experience
Possess a CDL in your state or residence
Meet minimum eligibility requirements
Ability to lift 80 pounds
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

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