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Vigor Values Vigor expects all employees to enhance the atmosphere in which they work by living the Vigor Values every day. Truth: We seek the truth, and we speak the truth Responsibility: We act on what we know is right Evolution: We seek mastery, and adapt to a changing world Love: We care about the people we work with, and the world we live in Pay: $31.90 Transportation Journey Support 1 – Job Description We are searching for a CDL driver to transport stock to clients, over short and long distances. The CDL driver will gather and pack products, drive to designated client sites, and then return to repeat the process for the next delivery.

These duties need to be performed within the confines of all applicable CDL standards. To ensure success as a CDL driver, this person will be responsible for monitoring the types and quantities of stock being delivered to avoid company losses. This CDL driver must be able to drive in all conditions as needed to ensure timely delivery.

In addition to driving, the position will also be responsible for some basic warehouse function as stated below. Job Responsibilities A. Driving functions Drive to off-site locations to deliver or retrieve repair equipment & supplies using van, pickup and flatbed trucks.

Perform safety checks of brakes, steering column, lights and mirrors prior to each leg of journey to ensure road readiness Follow and maintain loading protocols, using chains and binders to secure cargo and re-checking their stability throughout trips Inspect trailers before and after loading, paying attention to status of air lines and jack positions and adjusting them as necessary Visit weigh stations before and after packing to ensure that loads meet state safety regulations, making alterations to loads when required by law Contribute to company data by accurately recording times of delivery and hours worked Assist in unloading cargo at delivery sites as needed; maintaining product quality throughout conveyance Adhere to traffic safety regulations at all times, exercise caution in treacherous circumstances and report unsafe vehicle or road conditions to supervisors and highway authorities Use GPS to stay informed of route information, and communicate with supervisors and colleagues using CB radio and cab computer B. Warehouse functions Must follow guidelines as required by company policy, OSHA regulations, and immediate supervisors. Understand, promote and adhere to a Safety First culture by following safety guidelines and requirements at all times, understanding and properly utilizing the appropriate personal protective equipment for each situation.

Receive material and load from truck using industrial equipment, check material in including data entry of receipts. Insure that material is properly marked and logged. Check equipment for deficiencies or malfunctions and reports problems to supervisor Keep accurate and detailed tracking of issued materials.

Consistently meet individual daily goals as set by managers, supervisors and designated lead employees. Keep warehouse and areas organized and clean; organize different types of parts/machinery into kits. Load and unload supplies to and from trucks, carts, pallets, and storage shelves.

Distribute materials to specific craft, vessels, or area of shipyard where needed. Package, shrink-wrap, and band freight onto crates, pallets, and cartons. Stack materials on and off pallets and shelves.

Collect, review, and verify all shipping and receiving documentation for contractor (CFM), government (GFM), owner furnished (OFM), contractor and subcontractor materials. Inspect shipment for damage. Verify quantities and descriptions of materials and P.O. ‘s compared to packing lists.

Report and resolve discrepancies for all customers. Job Skills & Qualifications A. Required: High school diploma or GED CDL license Two years of experience working as a CDL driver with no legal or safety incidents on record B.

Preferred: Completion of professional truck driving educational program Ability to lift 50 pounds Safely perform work on ladders, and at heights of 20 feet or more. Knowledge of industrial equipment to include forklifts and basic rigging. Ability to become certified in the operations and control of equipment and systems, including Forklifts up to 360’s (15-ton).

Basic computer skills- excel, word, etc. Warehouse experience is preferred Flexibility to work weekends and daily overtime as needed to support projects. Work Environment: The work environment is in an industrial setting, which includes noise, fumes, dust and inclement weather.

Work is performed in a wide variety of environments including heights of 20 feet or more, small and/or confined spaces, and outdoors in all weather conditions.

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