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Residential Driver

Company Name:
Waste Management
At Waste Management, the Residential driver position is one of our most physically demanding jobs. Drivers are responsible for the collection and hand loading of residential waste, as well as the transporting of this waste by a front-load or rear-load truck to a landfill site. The position routinely requires extensive near-continuous physical exertions such as repetitive lifting, pushing, and pulling receptacles that weigh from 50 to 75 pounds as part of their rigorous daily routine.
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. This position will require you to work in all weather extremes including extreme hot or cold, wet or dry conditions. Truck cabs often do not have air conditioning but may include a small fan.
Requirements:
Drivers must have at least 1 year of experience within the last 7 years operating a vehicle requiring a commercial driver's license (CDL) or military equivalent.
21 years of age or older
Legally eligible to work in the United States
Must have a Class A or B CDL with air-brakes endorsement valid for the state in which you are applying to work in.
Clear driving record
Must be willing to drive a video/GPS monitored vehicle
Must be willing to follow strict safety rules such as no cell phone, food or drink while operating a commercial vehicle
Direct Application link:
To apply over the phone call: 877-220-5627

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