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Immediate Openings for Local Company CDL Class A or B Flex Drivers!
Hourly Pay Plus Stop Pay
Health, Dental, Vision, and More
Paid Time Off
Local Driver Job Requirements:
Minimum of Six Verifiable Months Tractor Trailer Experience
Must Be at Least 21 Years Old
Requires a CDL Class A license
About Xpress Global Systems
Xpress Global Systems is proud to offer our customers a world of diverse and focused transportation solutions. At Xpress Global Systems, our world revolves around service to our customers and finding integrated solutions that add value to your supply chain.
With more than 40 years of collective experience in serving the needs of the floor covering industry, Xpress Global Systems is the unquestioned leader in a transportation arena that has expanded far beyond simply hauling truckloads of carpet. Xpress Global stands today as the premier, one-stop floor coverings logistics provider. We have an extensive track record of success handling a variety of floor covering products, including all types of hard surfaces, rugs and, of course, carpet.
Delivering a World of Difference, One Truck Load at a Time.
To sort, segregate, load and unload cargo in a warehouse. As needed, to deliver cargo to and for customers in an allotted period of time in a safe manner and in accordance with Department of Transportation, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, state, and federal regulations.
Load and unload freight using a lift truck and by hand. Sort and segregate freight by destination; Verify freight counts; Scan trailer door bar codes to ensure freight is loaded into correct location; Follows bar code scanner operating procedures and policies
Verify shipping information from the scan unit to ensure freight is labeled to go to the correct destination
Scan barcode on freight being unloaded as needed. Send barcode information to hyster scan unit
Report overage, shortages and damages according to operating procedures
May review loaded trailer margin, weight distribution, split shipment, and urgent deliveries
Operate a truck over roads, highways and interstates to pick up and deliver cargo to and from customers and/or loading terminals. Obey all traffic laws and drive with caution while operating the motor vehicle. May attach bar codes to freight for tracking and routing
Actively pursue an excellent working relationship with customers by ensuring prompt and courteous service. Display a professional and courteous demeanor at all times.
Select an efficient route in compliance with delivery instructions and fuel policy.
Prepare and submit logs in compliance with DOT regulations and company policy.
When making pickups, verify that load information, destination information, and dispatch instructions are correct.
Verify that seals and trailer numbers correspond on documents before leaving pick up locations
Verify all items listed on the work order/bill of lading are delivered and provide the customer with an accurate bill of lading on delivery.
Ensure that freight is handled and stored according to customer specifications. Perform necessary trailer duties and follow all cargo procedures for freight type.
Work with customers to resolve issues and report any issues to appropriate management.
Maintain effective and clear communications with management and customers and notify Operations of any service issues that arise.
Immediately report damage or other claim issues that arise to customer or site personnel while on site and then to the Claims Department. Immediately report any damage to equipment or third parties to the Claims Department.
Inspect truck for safety and maintenance needs and make sure obtain appropriate maintenance (e.g., lights, safety equipment, etc.).
Communicate safe storage and handling procedures to customers.
Maintain a clean and neat physical appearance.
Maintain a clean vehicle.
Ability to work on XGS site while performing essential functions
May include other duties as assigned by Management.
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Key Knowledge and Experience
Six months verifiable experience operating a (tractor trailer or straight truck)* in the past 3 years or one year of verifiable experience operating a (tractor trailer or straight truck)* in the past 5 years.
One year of local pick up and delivery experience preferred
Forklift certification required
Must be 21 years of age
Must be able to lift and carry 70 pounds
Requires a valid CDL. Class B license is required in locations with straight trucks, CDL Class A license preferred in all locations and required in locations without straight trucks.*
Ability to operate a pallet jack
Knowledge of DOT (including, but limited to, Hours of Service regulations), OSHA, federal, and state laws pertaining to operating a commercial vehicle.
Must be able to read and interpret all road and traffic signs. Must also be able to read and understand routing directions when using a road map or other communication system. Must be able to read and speak English.
Must be able operate motor vehicle during high traffic situations.
Must have skills necessary to operate a straight truck, practice defensive driving, and the ability to load and unload freight. Must remain in compliance with all applicable DOT requirements.
Ability to communicate clearly and frequently with customers and Operations.
Ability to meet strict pick up and delivery deadlines.
Ability to understand and follow all safety regulations and traffic laws
Ability to perform high lifts, medium lifts, low lifts and overhead lifts up to 50 pounds, must be able to lift and carry 70 pounds, must be able to push up to 200 pounds, and pull up to 100 pounds
Ability to walk and stand for prolonged periods.
Ability to make quick, rational decisions and have full and constant use of arms, hands, legs and feet while performing driving tasks such as turning, slowing, braking, passing, backing and parking the vehicle.
Ability to stand and completely balance on full body weight while entering and exiting the straight truck.
Ability to sit for prolonged periods of time while operating the vehicle.
Must be able to reach all vehicle controls for operation and all equipment for pre-trip inspections, including overhead reach and reach across midline.
Must be able to handle and finger all vehicle controls for operation and all equipment for pre-trip inspections, maintain a constant and firm grip, and perform frequent fine hand manipulation.
Must be able to crouch or squat to a minimum height of 18" during inspections.
Must be able to crawl under a minimum height of 44" during pre-trip inspections.
Must be able to turn head 90 degrees bilaterally.
Must be able to maintain balance on level and un-level ground and at elevations.
Must be able to tolerate moderate aerobic activity at a heart rate that does not exceed 85% of maximum heart rate.
Must be able to work outside 10%-20% of work shift and ability to work inside a trailer without climate control for 10%-15% of a shift.
Ability to stoop a minimum of 40" and kneel a minimum of 18" during pre-trip inspections.
Driver will be required to take and pass a pre-employment DOT physical and additional DOT physicals during employment as required.
Driver will be required to take and pass a pre-employment drug screen and additional random drug screens as required.
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