IDT Petroleum Transport Driver

Job Description

 

JOB SUMMARY:  Individual will be responsible for delivering petroleum to various Holiday Stationstore locations.  Hours of shift are generally 12 hours long (eg. from 6 A.M. to 6 P.M. or from 4 A.M. to 4 P.M.), five days a week (60 hour work week).

RESPONSIBILITIES:        

  • Drive a tractor-trailer transport which contains approximately 8,700 gallons of petroleum to various metro and non metro locations
  • Load the trailer at various terminal locations
  • Unload the trailer at various store locations
  • Perform vehicle inspections before each shift
  • Complete appropriate paperwork
  • Re-fuel the tractor
  • Clean the inside of the tractor after every shift
  • Must be able to effectively communicate at all loading facilities

 

Requirements

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:   

  • Must posses a valid class A – CDL license
  • Posses current tanker and Hazmat endorsement
  • May need to work nights and weekends
  • Minimum age – 21 years old
  • Minimum of 1 year of tractor-trailer driving experience preferred but not required
  • A good driving record required
  • No positive drug or alcohol test results or refusals to be tested for the two previous years
  • Must be able to read loading instructions, posted notices and training tests
  • Must be able to perform simple arithmetic skills – add, subtract and multiply
  • Must have strong customer service skills when dealing with store employees, dispatchers and customers/vendors

JOB CRITERIA:  

  • Lift – 75 lbs (drain an unloading hose) – occasionally
  • Lift – 25 lbs (lift and carry a fire extinguisher) – frequently
    • Bending – removing fittings from the equipment box on the trailer, opening internal trailer valves, connecting the ground cable to the trailer, picking up fittings and hoses from the ground – frequently
  • Squatting - picking up fittings and hoses – occasionally
    • Stooping – attaching a loading arm to the trailer, removing fittings from the equipment box on the trailer, opening internal trailer valves, picking up fittings and hoses from the ground – frequently
  • Kneeling – connecting and disconnecting fittings at ground level – frequently
  • Sitting – driving the transport – frequently
  • Standing – during loading and unloading - frequently