Founded in 1915, we started with a single recycling location and have grown into a global enterprise, and one of the largest metal recyclers and steel manufacturers in the United States. Our vertical integration model was the first of its kind and revolutionized the way the steel industry operates today.
We are also a Fortune 1000, global company that is committed to delivering industry-leading customer service, providing a safe and healthy environment where our employees can succeed, creating value for our investors and improving our communities.
We are sensitive to the impact our industry has on the environment, which is why we are committed to a process that minimizes our carbon footprint and preserves our natural resources for future generations. Our recycling facilities collect metals from the community and convert them into steel that supports our infrastructure.
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DOT Truck Driver (5159)
Location: Kankakee, IL (0246) Relocation Assistance: No
As part of CMC's logistics organization, truck drivers support the initiative of providing strong customer service in a timely, professional and courteous manner. CMC's over-the-road truck drivers are responsible for the delivery of products to customers, contractors, and job sites throughout the location's geographic region while adhering to all company, state and federal regulations.
Advancement opportunities are also available for those who have the desire for professional growth. CMC's competitive compensation and generous benefits package: medical, dental, vision, company paid life and disability, company matching 401(k) plan, employee stock purchase plan, and paid time off.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Responsible for the delivery of products to customers, contractors, and job sites throughout the location's geographic region.
Inspect vehicle(s) for any safety or operational defects using DOT, maintenance and safety checklists and ensuring emergency equipment is in proper working order.
Ensure vehicle is properly loaded and load secured and product is delivered safely and timely. Loading truck may require:
Securing chains across the width of a trailer to secure the product, both on the bed of a trailer and in an overhead rack.
Tarping of loads on trailers
Dropping and hooking trailers
Set up a sideboard kit around the perimeter of the trailer floor.
Accurately complete corresponding delivery paperwork and work with production, sales and customers to communicate issues with loads and delivery time.
Maintain logs of working hours or of vehicle service or repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations.
Use of Electronic Logging Devices (ELD) during operation of vehicle; driver wil