Lead Driver/crew Leader, Washtenaw County

United States, Michigan, Washtenaw County
Published 2021-12-21
Expires 2022-01-21
ID #804067215
Lead Driver/crew Leader, Washtenaw County
United States, Michigan, Washtenaw County,
Published December 21, 2021

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Lead driver/crew leader

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Job Description Come join one fastest growing and most reputable moving companies in SE Michigan. We are looking for experienced, hardworking and reliable Crew Leaders to join our workforce. Experience driving 18ft to 26ft box trucks and moving experience is a plus, but not required. Full and part-time positions available. Additional pay is regularly earned through tips, commissions and performing special services. This is a driving and moving position. Perks of Working With Us: Paid Time Off Excellent Work Environment Brand New Fleet of Liftgate Trucks (2018 or newer) SupplementalTraining Provided Transparent path to pay raises Periodic Interstate Travel - Earn over $25/hr Drivers can earn $1,200 per month in tips Bonus Pay Overtime Job Requirements: Must have a valid driver's license. Must have a clean driving record. Must be 21 years or older Customer service oriented, must exude a willingness to go the extra mile Must maintain a clean and professional appearance Must be able to lift 100 lbs Must have your own transportation Must have a smart phone Must possess high school level or greater mathematic skills Must pass a pre-employment screening and drug screen Job Responsibilities: Ensuring exceptional customer service is provided and all processes and procedures are followed. Moving boxes, furniture and typical household goods Use iPads to process billing of each move Packing items Warehouse organization Truck Inspections Company Description Campus Concepts is a full service, local and long distance moving company based in Washtenaw County. Our mission has always been focused on changing the perception of the moving industry by providing reliable and transparent moving services.

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    Campus Concepts: Moving & Storage
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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