Cdl Truck Driver, Tucson

Published 2021-12-21
Expires 2022-01-21
ID #804071297
Cdl Truck Driver, Tucson
United States, Arizona, Tucson,
Published December 21, 2021

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl truck driver

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Job Description Are you right for Goodwill? Our mission to provide jobs and training to people to gain skills and achieve independence is why we do what we do. Our success happens when all team members believe in and support our mission and live by our values every day. If you will contribute to our mission, live our values, and commit to doing your best, please complete this application. If you cannot commit to do all of these things, please stop here and do not complete the application. With the right team members, we can realize our vision where all people have the opportunity to reach their potential and contribute to our community. How this role supports our mission: The CDL Truck Driver drives a truck and trailer; picks up and delivers merchandise donated to or purchased by Goodwill; loads and unloads materials; completes appropriate paperwork; performs daily maintenance checks of the vehicle; and drives a forklift as required. W hat we require from you: Ability and willingness to perform all job tasks with a positive attitude. Communicate in an honest, polite, and well-intentioned manner. Do the right thing. Provide customer service skills that are patient, friendly, kind, and polite, while working in a busy operation. Be an excellent team member who willingly helps others, learns new tasks, uses tools, and resources appropriately, and behaves safely. Must be at least 21 years of age. Must have at least one (1) year related driving experience. Must possess a Class A Commercial Drivers License (CDL). Ability to drive a truck; properly secure and distribute cargo; operate a forklift; and use lift gates and hand trucks. Must have general knowledge of the city; read a map; have knowledge of traffic signs; and have basic mechanical knowledge. Must have a valid Arizona driver license and meet requirements of insurance company regarding motor vehicle department driving records. Must pass road test. Must pass DOT physical and drug screen. Must pass the strength and agility test with a "Medium" score or higher. Ability to lift a minimum 50 pounds and be able to stand for long periods at a time; bend, reach and stretch repeatedly during a shift. Exposed to all weather conditions, moving trucks and forklifts, and moderate noise levels. Ability to work independently, with minimum supervision. Ability to read, write, and speak English; follow written and verbal instruction. Must have a basic math aptitude. Ability and willingness to work flexible hours (including weekends). Willingness to transfer to other departments, as requested. Employee Benefits: Paid Time Off (PTO) and Paid Sick Leave Company-paid Telemedicine plan Medical, dental, and vision insurance Long- and Short-term Disability Identity Theft Protection 403(b) retirement plan 30% employee discount Criminal background screenings will be conducted on all eligible candidates. Only convictions that could impact this position will be considered. We encourage all bilingual candidates, national service members, veterans, and their family members to apply. Location: Tucson, AZ

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    Goodwill Industries Of Southern Arizona
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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