26 May 2023
Full-Time Fuel Truck Driver – Riyadh
The Truck Driver role is physically demanding, requiring precise attention to detail and a strong commitment to safety (responsible for loading and unloading at client locations). Truck drivers must also be willing to engage with customers, listen to their needs, and safely operate delivery trucks in compliance with business and DOT requirements.
Job Title : Fuel Truck Driver
Location : Riyadh, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 23.31 per hour.
Company : KAG-Specialty Products
Job Type : Full-Time
- Completes and sends reports. Inspections are conducted both before and after the journey, with the goal of finding and reporting any issues or flaws to supervisors.
- An average truck driver spends the most of his or her day driving, but he or she also does other duties, such as delivering goods and completing documentation for shipments.
- The ideal candidate will put safety first and always wear appropriate personal protective equipment.
- Depart on a regular schedule with a manifest that includes the driver’s name as well as a list of stores to which deliveries and/or pickups are to be made.
- Handheld computers are used for client transaction paperwork and compliance requirements such as Hazmat preparation, vehicle inspection reports, load reports, and trip reports, among other things. Route and Sequence is a computer-generated delivery strategy that truck drivers follow.
- Confirm the seal number with a store employee after unloading and account for any shortages, mislabeled items, or returns.
- When delivering goods to customers, a truck driver must provide excellent customer service.
- Every day, we’ll be loading and unloading goods both by hand and with heavy machinery, so you’ll need to be able to lift 75 pounds or more.
- By being active, adaptable, and enthusiastic in your contacts with colleagues and customers, you may contribute to a team approach.
- Regardless of the weather, a truck driver must be able to operate outside.
- DOT rules must be understood, and BC driving credentials must be obtained.
- Passing any background checks and/or drug tests that may be required as part of the work.
- A valid Class A commercial driver’s license (CDL) is required, as well as the ability to properly operate transportation equipment (such as tractor-trailer combinations).
- You must be able to read, write, and speak English proficiently in order to understand, offer, and receive guidance.
- Have completed a truck driver training school’s course or have at least two years of driving experience.