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Class B/Straight Truck CDL Driver

Posted: 05/03/2022

JOB TITLE: Class B/Straight Truck CDL Driver
REPORTS TO: Terminal Manager

 

POSITION SUMMARY
Responsible for making deliveries of products to customers via fuel truck as assigned by the Terminal Manager, while providing excellent customer service. Must possess a valid Class B CDL with HAZMAT endorsements.  Maintain a clean driving record and pass all random drug and alcohol tests.
 
A. JOB DUTIES
Delivers petroleum products to homes and commercial accounts to include construction and fleet fueling in the local surrounding area.  Pick-up and deliver products as scheduled, complete delivery/meter tickets and maintain accurate Fuel Load Form.

  • Safely operate Company vehicles. Performs all work in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Performs daily vehicle inspections and report all necessary mechanical repairs to Terminal Manager or Mechanic.
  • Keeps equipment and vehicle in clean and working order. Performs minor routine maintenance.
  • Ensures proper procedure is followed for task being performed.
  • Provides excellent service to all customers both internal and external. Provide sales and service assistance to customers.
  • Informs management of safety, environmental, and mechanical concerns in a timely manner.
  • Provides advance notice for time off.

 
Communicates regularly with dispatch during working hours.
Must be willing to work some overtime during busy periods and be available for call-outs.  This position requires overtime and may be called upon to provide call out duties.
 
Dress Code: This position requires the incumbent to wear a company-provided uniform.  Drivers should dress for the current outdoor conditions and wear over the ankle boots.  Blue or Black jeans are acceptable, and shorts and sweatpants are not allowed. Uniforms are to be kept clean so as to maintain their useful life and present a clean image.
 
B. IDENTIFIED COMPETENCIES
Applicants must have a winning attitude, attention to detail, and be willing to put forth extra effort while working in a fast-paced customer-oriented environment.  Must be professional and courteous with customers at all times.
 
Team Player: Must be able to work well with others and perform a variety of duties.  A cooperative attitude with co-workers and supervisors is essential.  Positive interactive communication is necessary to assure procedures operate within the framework of organizational goals and objectives.

  1. Team Player
  2. Stays flexible and adaptable.
  3. Learns quickly and gets it right.
  4. Problem-solving with critical and creative thinking.


C. CORE VALUES

  • Honest
  • Respectful
  • Responsible
  • Dependable
  • Positive Attitude
  • Cooperative 


D. ESSENTIAL JOB QUALIFICATIONS: (Any equivalent Combination of Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education, and Experience)

  1. Education:  High School diploma or GED is required
  2. Experience:  A minimum of two years driving experience in Alaska with a class B CDL with HAZMAT endorsements. 
  3. Licensure/Certification: Valid Class B or A, Driver’s Medical Card, Hazmat endorsements.  Must carry a Transportation Worker Identification Card and pass Transportation Security Administration Background Check or be able to attain a TWIC Card within 30 days of hire date.  Must be able to pass a pre-hire drug screening, and background check.  A Petro 49 pre-hire driving test will be administered after the interview process, this test will include pre-trip inspection, maneuvering, and on road driving.
  4. Other Qualifications:  Attendance:  Regular attendance is a requirement of this position.
  5. Language Skills: Must be able to read, write, and speak English. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from employees, customers, or service provider to facilitate problem resolutions and deliver exceptional customer service. 
  6. Physical Demands: This is an extensive physical position that requires constant mobility of varying types depending on the project.  Individual may need to climb, sit, stand, crawl or kneel/bend while performing work tasks. Requires walking on varying surfaces, including uneven or hazardous and slippery conditions throughout the day.  Reaching above shoulder heights, below the waist or lifting as required.  Proper lifting techniques required. Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 - 75 pounds routinely, and repeatedly carry fuel hoses across rough uneven terrain. Must be willing to wear any required PPE.  Must be able to sit or stand for long periods of time and participate in highly active physical duties. Must be able to safely operate company vehicles.
  7. Work Environment: The performance of this position requires exposure to industrial areas and in some locations, marine locations.  The use of personal protective equipment such as appropriate footwear, safety glasses with side shields and mandatory hearing protection may be required.  Industrial areas include hazardous chemicals, fumes, and petroleum by-products.  

This Job Description reflects Petro 49, Inc. best effort to describe the essential functions and qualifications of the job described.  It is not an exhaustive statement of all the duties, responsibilities or qualifications of the job.  This document is not intended to exclude an opportunity for modifications consistent with providing reasonable accommodation.  This is not intended to be a contract.  Your signature indicates you have read this Job Description and understand the essential functions and essential qualifications of the job.

Petro 49, Inc. is a Federal Contractor and an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual preference, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, or veteran status. Petro 49, Inc. promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons, and veterans. Petro 49, Inc. promotes a smoke-free workplace and as such, limits smoking at all facilities and is a drug-free workplace.

 

 

    IN AN 8 HOUR WORKDAY, THIS JOB REQUIRES:
                        N  =  NEVER                              (0 hours per day)
                        R  =  RARELY                            (less than 1/2 hours per day)   
                        O  =  OCCASIONALLY              (1/2 to 2.5 hours per day)
                        F  =  FREQUENTLY                   (2.5 to 5.5 hours per day)
                        C  =  CONTINUALLY                  (5.5 to 8 hours per day) 

 
WORKING CONDITIONS/ENVIRONMENT

I.  LIFTING/CARRYING (Amount of force exerted to lift and/or carry)
1 - 10 lbs.                                             C
11 - 20 lbs.                                           C
21 - 35 lbs.                                           F
36 - 50 lbs.                                           F
51 - 75 lbs.                                           O
76 - 100 lbs.                                         R

II.  PUSHING/PULLING (Amount of force exerted to push and/or pull)
1 - 10 lbs.                                             C
11 - 20 lbs.                                           C
21 - 35 lbs.                                           C
36 - 50 lbs.                                           O
51 - 75 lbs.                                           O
76 - 100 lbs.                                          R

III.  POSTURES/MOVEMENTS
Sitting                                                    F
Standing                                                 F
Walking                                                  F
Stooping, kneeling, crouching  and/or crawling                           C
Reaching and /or grasping                   C
Hand/finger dexterity                            C
Climbing and/or balancing                    F
Carrying, pushing and/or pulling           F                                               

IV.  COGNITIVE/SENSITIVE
Talking                                                 C
Hearing                                                C
Sight (Addendum: acuity, color blindness           C                                             
Smelling/tasting                                   F

 
OCCUPATIONAL ASPECTS

A.  WORK ENVIRONMENT
Working Inside                                    O
Working Outside                                  C
Changing Temperatures                      C
Wet/Humid Conditions                         C
Areas of dust, odors, mist, gases or other airborne matter                                     C
Mechanical, electrical                            C
and/or other hazards                 
Confined Spaces                                   N

B.  OTHER ASPECTS
Infectious Agents                                  N
Chemicals                                            R

C.  Special Equipment/Clothing
Special Equipment or Clothing              C