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Route Driver - Class-A CDL

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Position Information
  • Company
    Reinhart FoodService
  • Location
    Springfield, MO 65803
  • Salary
    Component based-mileage, cases, etc.
  • Job Status/Type
    Full Time, Employee
  • Job Category
    Logistics/Transportation
  • Occupation:
    Car, Van and Bus Driving
    Truck Driving
  • Work Experience
    1+ to 2 Years
  • Education Level
    Some High School Coursework
  • Career Level
    Experienced (Non-Manager)
  • Industries
    Travel, Transportation and Tourism
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Route Driver - Class-A CDL

Route Driver – Class A Job Description Continued



             

 

Job Purpose

¨          To deliver freight to the customer in a safe and efficient manner, adhering to company policies at all times.



Essential Functions

¨          Download and enter route data at beginning, during and end of shift

¨          Hook an unhook truck from refrigerated trailer for docking or staging

¨          Retrieve and load unloading equipment into trailer

¨          Conduct pre and post trip inspection of semi and trailer to insure safe operation of all equipment

¨          Transport product from distribution center to customer locations

¨          Prepare various types of trailers for unloading

¨          Check in and deliver cased product from trailer to preferred customer location (freezer, cooler, dry storage) for an average of 15 stops/shift

¨          Deliver palletized product from trailer and stage on dock

¨          Return empty equipment to distribution center

¨          Refuel truck and trailer tanks at end of day at DC fueling station



Job Duties and Physical Requirements

¨          Manipulate Xata key and Xata touch screen

¨          Manually crank lever to raise and lower landing gear at 38” up to 4 times/day

o        Right or left hand grip static force of 25 lb. using the preferred hand

¨          Access and manually release fifth wheel lever and tandem pin

o        Reaching horizontally up to 35”

o        Pulling horizontally at a height of 44 in. with a force of 150 lb. outdoors

¨          Manually connect/disconnect airlines and power cords and manipulate toggle on/off switch for reefer

o        Elevated Work at a height of 72” using preferred hand

o        Right or left hand grip with a force of 25 lb.

¨          Perform walk around and access underneath trailer

¨          Open/close cab hood from front to check fluid levels

o        Stair Climbing 1 step at 24 in

o        Pulling/pulling horizontally at a height of 64 in. with a force of 70 lb. 0 lb.

¨          Replenish fluids with a 1 gallon container as needed

o        Horizontal lift 10 lb.

o        Carry 10 lbs for a distance of 100 ft.

¨          Unlatch/latch trailer back and/or side trailer door and access trailer box using ICC bumper using 3-point contact

o        Pushing/Pulling with a force of 45 lbs at a height of 60 in. or 74 in.

¨          Transport service ramp and hand cart from outdoor storage yard to trailer

o        Floor to Waist Lift 50 lb. to 56 in.

o        Pushing horizontally with a force of 50 lb.

o        Pushing horizontally at a height of 56 in. with a force of 65 lb.

¨          Position service ramp on trailer, transport handcart up ramp into trailer and slide ramp into trailer

¨          Pushing at a self selected height with a force of 25 lb. a distance of 50 ft.

¨          Enter and exit cab using 3-point contact

¨          Steer and maneuver gear controls (clutch on specific equipment) to safely drive various commercial refrigerated trailers according to federal/state DOT regulations and maintain required valid CDL Class A license issued in state of residence and without state restrictions.

o        Sitting up to 11 hours

o        Right and left hand static grip with a force of 25 lb.

o        Depress clutch foot pedal requiring 55# of force

 

¨          Unlatch/latch back and/or side trailer door and secure with chain hooks to maintain  open

o        Pushing/Pulling horizontal at a height of 60 in. with a force of 45 lb.

o        Pushing/Pulling horizontal at a height of 74 in. with a force of 45 lb.

¨          Retrieve service ramp from back of trailer, lower to ground and secure in precuts/ledge (reverse process to store in trailer)

o        Pushing/Pulling horizontally at a height of 56 in. with a force of 65 lb.

o        Horizontal lift of 65 lb. from 56 in.

o        Floor to Waist Lift 50 lb.

¨          Retrieve service ramp from back storage box of trailer, lower to ground and secure in precuts/ledge (reverse process to store in box)

o        Pushing/Pulling horizontally at a height of 33 in. with a force of 50 lb.

o        Horizontal Lift 55 lb. from 33 in. to 56 in.

o        Floor to Waist Lift 50 lb. to 33 in.

¨          Retrieve side ramp from trailer storage box, fold out legs and lock in place

o        Pushing/Pulling horizontally at a height of 40 in. with a force of 75 lb.

¨          Transfer “side ramp” to side door, secure in precuts/ledge and fold out 2nd ramp section to ground (reverse process to store)

o        Horizontal lift 65 lb. from 40 in. to 56 in.

o        Floor to Waist Lift 40 lb.

o        Floor to Waist Lift 100 lb.

¨          Retrieve “side ladder” from Kidron trailer storage box and fold out 3 steps (reverse process to store)

o        Pushing/Pulling horizontal at a height of 53 in. with a force of 50 lb.

o        Forward Bending Standing

o        Right and left hand coordination

o        Floor to Waist Lift 25 lb. to 53 in.

¨          Retrieve service ramp from back of Kidron trailer, lower to ground and secure in precuts/ledge (reverse process to store in trailer)

o        Pushing/Pulling horizontal at a height of 33 in. with a force of 50 lb.

o        Horizontal Lift 55 lb. from 33 in. to 53 in.

o        Floor to Waist Lift 50 lb. to 33 in.

¨          Retrieve curb ramp from trailer and position on curb as needed

o        Floor to Waist Lift/Carry 18 lb. from 56 in. for a distance of 10 ft.

¨          Manually remove fiberglass panel from freezer compartment to access frozen product and/or slide in floor tracks to reposition

o        Horizontal Lift 65 lb.

o        Pushing/Pulling horizontal with a force of 30 lb.

¨          Manually reposition and reinstall load lock and ratchet latch tight to access & secure products/pallets

o        Horizontal Lift/Carry 25 lb. for a distance of 15 ft.

o        Pushing vertical at a height of 85 in. with a force of 85 lb.

¨          Access trailer using service ramp or steps

¨          Select and manually down stack various cased product from pallet onto 2 wheeled hand cart

o        Waist to Crown Lift 20 lb.

o        Horizontal Lift 40 lb.

o        Floor to Waist Lift 40 lb.

o        Floor to Waist Lift 80 lb.

¨          Select and manually down stack various cased product from pallet onto 2 wheeled hand cart

o        Horizontal Lift/Carry 25 lb. for a distance of 15 ft.

o        Pushing vertical at a height of 85 in. with a force of 85 lb.

¨          Manually tilt back loaded 2 wheeled handcart (300# max) to roll

o        Pulling horizontal with a force of 65 lb.

¨          Manually transport loaded 2 wheeled handcart (300# max) down trailer service ramp, across uneven ground, up/down curbs, and customer ramps/stairs

o        Pulling vertical with a force of 110 lb.

o        Pushing horizontal with a force of 75 lb.

o        Pulling vertical with a force of 150 lb.

 

¨          Repetitively manually off stack cased product from handcart to customer shelving for key stop customer sites 1 day a week

o        Waist to Crown Lift 36 lb.

o        Horizontal Lift 50 lb.

o        Floor to Waist Lift 80 lb.

¨          Position chocks behind rear tandem

o        Floor to Waist Lift/Carry 25 lb.

¨          Manually stack pallets up to 5 ft.

o        Floor to Waist Lift 40 lb.

o        Waist to Crown Lift 40 lb.

¨          Remove tank fuel cap and depress fuel nozzle

o        Right or Left Hand Grip dynamic with a force of 25 lb.

¨          Operate manual pallet jack

o        Pushing vertical with a force of 50 lb.

o        Pushing/Pulling horizontal with a force of 85 lb.

¨          Operate electric pallet jack (“walkies”) according to certification

o        Right or Left Hand Grip dynamic with a force of 25 lb.

 



Experience

¨          Minimum of one year Class A driving experience preferred

 



Licenses/Certificates/Training Required

 

 

 

¨          High School Diploma or equivalent

¨          Valid Class A - Commercial Driver’s Licensefor Interstate Operation



Level of Responsibility

¨          Includes maintaining the security of the stores, license, product to be delivered, keys, and upkeep of the company image at all times



 

Statements included in this job description do not necessarily represent an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require different tasks to be performed as circumstances change.

 



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Reinhart FoodService is a leader in the food distribution industry with an incredible track record of growth in the last 38 years. Annually, Reinhart FoodService delivers over 151 million cases of foodservice items to over 40,000 customers, such as chain restaurants, sporting venues, independent restaurants, schools, nursing homes, hospitals and hotels. We employ more than 4,300 employees nationwide out of 30 distribution centers as the nation's third largest independent foodservice distributor. We are dedicated to providing a challenging and rewarding work experience with opportunity for growth.
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Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job function of a position.

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