• Student Regional Truck Driver

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    Job Title: IN Student Driver – Customer Delivery Specialist

    Company/ Department: Dot Transportation, Inc. (DTI)

    Location: Cambridge City, IN

    Schedule: Full Time


    Primary Purpose:

    · To obtain a Class A CDL while employed by Dot Transportation, Inc. (DTI)

    · Student Driver is conditionally hired prior to attending an approved truck driver training program and receiving his/her Class A CDL and HAZMAT endorsement.

    · As a Student Driver, tuition to an approved Truck Driving School will be paid by DTI upon completion of the program, and you will be provided a weekly income by DTI.

    · Safe, efficient, courteous transportation and delivery of product as needed and directed. A Company Delivery Driver at Dot Transportation Inc. (DTI) primarily delivers product to and from Dot Foods customers and picks up product at suppliers. A Company Delivery Driver is typically dispatched for 2-4 days per trip and will average 2-2.5 days of home time per week.




    · Reports to DTI Leadership

    · Work schedule is directed by DTI Leadership.

    · Executes work under direction or established procedures 90% of the time works independently setting work schedule priorities 10% of the time.

    · Does not supervise others.


    Essential Job Responsibilities:

    · Safely and efficiently utilize transportation equipment for transportation of product to and from customers and suppliers and between Dot locations.

    · Read and understand product descriptions, packaging, and delivery receipt messages.

    · Access load paperwork, determine tractor, trailer and load to be handled, understand and follow directions to customer and supplier locations.

    · Ability to consistently meet established company production and service level standards.

    · Understanding of the operations clerk, order selector, and dock worker duties as they apply to the driving position.

    · Utilize established processes / procedures to minimize damage and other wastes.

    · Load / unload dry, frozen and refrigerated product as required.

    · Understanding of cost-containment in regards to managing out-of-route miles, miles per gallon, fuel purchasing, idle time, and speed control.

    · Maintain all driver logbooks and paperwork as required.


    Safety Responsibility:

    This position assumes responsibility for the workplace safety of self and co-workers, and for the safety conditions of the work location, exercises and promotes safe behaviors and shows unyielding support of programs, rules and policies regarding safety.


    Working Conditions:

    · Temperature extremes: indoor / outdoor work in all weather conditions.

    · Day or night / weekday or weekend work.

    · Extensive sitting, walking, and standing during work hours.



    · High school diploma or general equivalency degree preferred.

    · Ability to obtain a Class A Commercial Drivers License (CDL) and a HAZMAT endorsement.

    · Ability to obtain a Medical examiner certificate from a company-approved examiner.

    · Ability to safely lift up to 60 pounds repeatedly for loading, unloading and restacking of product.

    · Ability to complete of the program and receiving their Class A CDL with HAZMAT endorsement, he/she will begin Dot’s Driver Training program.

    · Compliance with the rules and regulations as established by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation and the Motor Vehicle Codes as established by any state and local government in which the driver is operating / working.

    · Driving skills necessary to drive in a safe, courteous, efficient manner in heavy/ city traffic, rural areas and intra/ interstate traffic.

    · Ability to walk, sit, stand, bend, twist, reach, climb, or kneel for extended periods of time throughout the driving trip and the delivery process.

    · Ability to work independently as well as within a team environment.

    · Responsible for safe, efficient loading and unloading of assigned freight as needed and directed.

    · Sufficient vision and hearing necessary to safely operate powered equipment and carry out job responsibilities.

    · Ability to load/unload freight rarely (less than 5% of time)




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