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CubeVan Delivery Driver - Full or Part Time



Job Description

Full time or part time, Monday thru Friday, day shifts typically start at 8:00 am and last from 6 to 9 hours.

Delivery vehicles are normally preloaded for you. Route stops and areas delivered to vary from day to day. You won’t get bored.

No minimum weekly hours required or cap on part time employee hours.

$15.00 per hour for FT or PT M-F

Deliver home furnishings and freight primarily to residential customers and some businesses in cube vans and ProMaster vans. Occasionally pick up freight.

Depending on the size and weight of deliveries, on some days drivers will be part of a 2 person delivery team.

Most deliveries dropped at the door or just inside the door. A small percentage of deliveries require assembly in the room of customer's choice using simple hand tools.

Ability to lift and move bulky/heavy items, minimum of 75 pounds, in and out of vehicles and up and down stairs.

No previous driving experience required, we only require you know how to drive safely and courteously.

Need to be 21 or older for this driving job and be able to pass a DOT driver physical exam.

Applicants must be able to pass a security background check and pre-employment drug screening.







About Priority Same Day

Priority Express, Vermont's same day delivery experts, providing same day and next day package and freight delivery in Vermont and neighboring states since 1984.

Envelopes to pallets in GPS tracking equipped cars, mini-vans, cargo vans, cube vans, and trucks

Our 12,500 sq. ft. terminal is at 316 Engineers Dr, Williston, VT.


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