Driver Commercial

Company Name:
Waste Management
Equal Opportunity Employer: Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Other Possible Location: N/A
Job Schedule: N/A
Job Shift: 1st Shift
Pay: N/A
Travel: None
Relocation: N/A
Job Summary
At Waste Management our Commercial Drivers operate front-end or rear load trucks to service commercial routes removing and transporting waste or recyclables in fulfillment of customer contracts. This position will service approximately 100 to 150 commercial customers per day according to the assigned routes. The waste will then need to be transferred to the appropriate station, landfill or drop-off location.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the essential duties satisfactorily. Other minor duties may be assigned and may vary by location.
Routes may require Drivers to navigate through congested communities and confined or tight areas in city and suburban locations. Backing skills are essential, as a large percentage of the time spent servicing customers is done in reverse. Our drivers routinely climb in and out of the truck cab to service customer accounts and at times need to climb on to the truck containers to smooth loads or secure traps for transport.
Our drivers, who have safe driving records, comply with all local, state, and federal transportation regulations and with company policy. Drivers are expected to communicate professionally with customers and dispatchers at all times. This includes receiving complaints about schedules and quality of service. Our Drivers must make note of and report on any such complaints and respond in a courteous and respectful manner.
Required work hours may be up to the legal limits allowed and may require weekend and/or holiday work. Work hours will vary by route. Drivers must be able to read and understand a map, complete daily driver logs as well as pre and post trip truck inspections.
Supervisory Responsibilities
This job has no supervisory duties.
Qualifications
The requirements listed below are representative of the qualifications necessary to perform the job.
A. Education and Experience
At least 1 year of previous experience operating a vehicle requiring a commercial Driver's License (CDL)
B. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations or Other Requirements
21 years of age or older
Legally eligible to work in the United States
Must have a Class A or B CDL with airbrakes endorsement valid for the state in which you are applying to work in.
Clear driving record
C. Other Knowledge, Skills or Abilities Required
Must be able to speak and read English well enough to converse with the general public, understand highway traffic and signals, respond to official questions, and be able to make legible entries on reports and records.
Successfully complete pre-employment DOT drug screen, physical, and background check, which will include previous employment check, criminal history and motor vehicle record review.
Ability to perform pushing, pulling, kneeing, bending, twisting and lifting up to 75 lbs throughout the shift with our without reasonable accommodations. As well as climb into and out of the truck repeatedly. Note: The level of physical effort may vary from site to site and in some cases be greater or lesser than documented here.
Benefits
At Waste Management, each eligible employee receives a competitive total compensation package including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability. As well as a Stock Purchase Plan, Company match on 401K, and more! Our employees also receive Paid Vacation, Holidays, and Personal Days. Please note that benefits may vary by site.
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Company Description:
Our 45,000 employees are committed to Environmental Performance -- our mission to maximize resource value, while minimizing environmental impact so that both our economy and our environment can thrive. Serving nearly 20 million residential, industrial, municipal and commercial customers, Waste Management posted $13.4 billion of revenues in 2011.

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