27 May 2023
Part-Time CDL A Local Truck Driver – Thar
The Truck Driver profession is physically demanding (responsible for loading and unloading at client sites) and necessitates meticulous attention to detail as well as a strong commitment to safety. Truck drivers must also be willing to speak with consumers and collaborate with them, as well as respond to their demands and safely operate delivery vehicles in accordance with corporate and DOT guidelines.
Job Title : CDL A Local Truck Driver
Location : Thar, Najran, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 26.18 per hour.
Company : CRST
Job Type : Part-Time
- Depart the warehouse on a regular timetable with a manifest that includes the driver’s name as well as a list of stores to whom deliveries and/or pickups are to be made.
- Delivery, handling, shipping orders/paperwork, customer contact, and vehicle AM and PM inspections account for around 30% of a truck driver’s day.
- Among the many tasks performed on mobile computers are customer transaction paperwork and regulatory needs like Hazmat preparation, inspection reports for vehicles, load logs, and trip reports, to name a few. Truck drivers follow a computer-generated Route and Sequence delivery plan.
- A truck driver must be able to operate outside in all weather conditions.
- Ability to contribute to a team approach by being dynamic, adaptable, and positive in your interactions with coworkers and customers — multi-tasking ability
- Performs and sends in reports. Before and after the trip, supervisors are told about any flaws or inadequacies that have been found.
- The best candidate always puts safety first and wears the right personal protection equipment, like a helmet or gloves.
- Confirm the seal number with a store representative after unloading and account for any shortages, mislabeling, or returns.
- We’ll be loading and unloading goods by hand and with heavy equipment throughout the day, so you’ll need to be able to lift 75 pounds or more on a regular basis.
- The truck driver provides excellent customer service while delivering goods to customers.
- The capacity to pass any background checks and/or drug tests that may be required under the contract.
- The DOT regulations must be known, as well as the BC driving rules.
- Have a minimum of two years of driving experience or have completed a truck driver training school course.
- To comprehend, provide, and receive instruction, you must be able to read, write, and speak English fluently.
- It is necessary to have a valid Class A commercial driver’s license (CDL) as well as the ability to properly operate transportation equipment (such as tractor-trailer combinations).