Night Transport Driver

Location: Scottville, MI, United States
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following; other duties may be assigned.
  • Maintain a valid Class A Commercial Drivers License (CDL) with required endorsements to operate a commercial motor vehicle having a gross combination rating of 26,001 pounds or more.
  • Required endorsements include air brake, tanker, and hazardous materials.
  • Maintenance of a valid CDL depends upon meeting physical qualifications and medical certification as covered by parts 391.41 and 391.43 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR).
  • Must submit to:  1) Annual physical examination 2) Random drug and alcohol testing, and 3) Annual record of violations.
  • Perform daily pre- and post-trip inspections and maintenance of tractor and trailer.
  • May make daily contacts with dealers and Convenience Store locations to determine Petroleum product inventory levels.
  • Travel to terminal location to load products; one or more daily trips to terminal may be required depending on geography involved and delivery needs.
  • Report hazmat related spills, equipment problems, etc. to supervisor immediately upon occurrence and the Hazmat Emergency Response Number as required.
  • Follows guidelines provided in the Emergency Response Guidebook in the event of a hazardous materials incident.
  • Report hazardous conditions or maintenance problems encountered loading or at delivery sites to supervisor.
  • Routine Responsibilities include :
  • a)  Driving truck into position to load at filling rack
  • b)       Adhere to all safety rules and regulations required by the terminal involved.
  • c)       Attaching ground wire to truck during loading operation.
  • d)       Opening valves or starting pumps to fill tank.
  • e)       Place identification tag at fill valve to identify product in compartment.
  • f)        Reading gauges or meters and recording quantity loaded.
  • g)       Driving tractor trailer to points of delivery.
  • h)       Stick customers tank prior to unloading to prevent overfill.
  • i)         Pulling hose to tank, connecting hose, and opening valves to dispense product
  • .j)         Recording amount delivered and issues delivery ticket to customer.
  • As a function of their respective job responsibilities, all Driver personnel have frequent contacts with the existing customer base and/or potential residential, commercial, and industrial clients.
  • Recognizing that the viability and very existence of BCOC relies on maintaining and increasing the customer base, Drivers play a key role in identifying and encouraging new sales opportunities either directly or by reporting them. It is expected that they generate sales leads for existing customers and/or identify and report potential clients to their immediate supervisor or manager for follow-up action.  
Melissa Galloway
ProEnlist, LLC
720-358-4638 Direct
720-507-2417 SMS 

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