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Professional CDL Driver – Class A

BlueLine Rental is looking for a safety-focused Class A CDL Driver to join the team at the Buda branch. The Class A Commercially Licensed Truck Driver (CDL) will perform delivery and pick up of construction equipment for customers in a safe, timely, and courteous manner. The Class A CDL Driver must be able to maintain a current Driver Log and confidently load and unload construction equipment using a rollback or dovetail trailer consistent with DOT classifications. While onsite, the CDL Truck Driver must be able to suggest additional equipment needs to customer, as well as provide answers to customer questions on the equipment.
REQUIRED COMPETENCIES - KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
  • Driving with an active and valid Class A CDL License for minimally three years
  • Experience loading and unloading heavy duty loads, preferably construction equipment
  • Ability to utilize a GPS, dispatching system, and update driver logs on an iPad
  • Maintain a clean driver's record and closely follow safe driving procedures
  • Strong teamwork, interpersonal skills, and verbal communication
ESSENTIAL AND NON-ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Delivery and pick up of aerial, material handling, and earthmoving equipment
  • Load and unload heavy equipment at each destination
  • Safely strap and secure the load for safe transport
  • Maintain accurate Driver Log on iPad in compliance with all regulations
  • Work overtime as needed
WORKING CONDITION/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
  • Sitting and standing for long periods of time with frequent stooping and bending
  • Safety training and PPE is required
  • Must be able to lift up to 75 lbs
  • Valid DOT medical card, or upon hire, a passed physical
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