AW2 Logistics, Inc. is an industry recognized leader in the area of Logistics Transportation. We are a company committed to quality, excellence, and service. AW2 Logistics is a casual, friendly, and challenging place to work where ingenuity is rewarded and safety is embraced. AW2 Logistics has created a culture emphasizing integrity, customer fulfillment, teamwork, and continuous process improvement. The people of AW2 are the organization's greatest asset.
The responsibility of the Local Truck Driver is to operate a commercial motor vehicle following all DOT rules/regulations and to transport freight for intrastate commerce between terminals, from home terminal to distant points and return, and from customer to customer.
Inspect vehicle and required parts and accessories to determine safe operating condition prior to departure.
Check shipping papers to determine nature of load and any special hazards, and check load itself and methods of securing it.
Operate vehicle in compliance with company rules and all applicable state and federal regulations, and in accordance with accepted principles of safe driving.
Deliver freight to consignees.
Pick up freight as required.
Perform other related work as required.
Report all accidents, incidents of equipment damage; whether owned by driver or company and to report any bodily injury involved in any accident.
Maintain trip records as required.
Maintain records for compliance with state and federal regulations including: driver’s logs, records of fuel purchases, and mileage records or any other record required by the DOT or the Company.
Proper use and care of all equipment for performance of driving duties.
Report promptly any delays that will effect pick-up or delivery appointments.
Desired Skills and Experience Requirements:
Must be at least 23 years old.
Must possess a current Class A CDL issued in the state of primary residence.
Must be physically qualified to drive a motor vehicle as required by DOT regulations.
Ability to pass qualification requirements.
Verifiable minimum of one year driving experience
Dispatch will determine place and time of driving required.
Take and pass a pre-employment drug screen and functional test; up to date DOT medical card.
49 CFR 391.41 (if applicable).
be able to sit for extended periods of time in a tractor and be able to enter and exit the cab several times per day.
be able to walk, bend, lift, reach, push, pull, stoop, squat, and climb, as necessary, to perform vehicle inspections.
be able to hook and unhook tractor and raise and lower landing gear.
be able to load and unload trailers with or without mechanical devices.