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Schutte Lumber Company

CDL Truck Driver



Job Description
Help needed in a fast-paced retail/commercial lumberyard. Commercial driver’s license class B required. Forklift/moffett experience required. Some lumber experience preferred but not required. Job duties include loading and unloading of company truck, making local and out of town deliveries within a 500-mile radius. Home every night. Some yard duties occasionally, pulling and loading building materials for deliveries, helping and loading customers vehicles. Need to be able to lift 80lbs. occasionally. No DUI’s in the past 10 years with a good MVR. This is a DOT position and must meet DOT requirements for drug and alcohol testing. Monday through Friday with an occasional ½ day on Saturday. There will be some overtime during the busy season. Dependability, friendly and an eye for detail are a must with the desire to learn and be a team player.
Pre-employment physical and drug test required.
Competitive wages and benefits including: 401K with employer match, health insurance with employer contribution for employees and dependents, dental, vision and other voluntary benefits. Paid time off accrues from day one with eligibility to use after 60 days. Eight paid holidays a year.








About Schutte Lumber Company
We are a building materials dealer with an onsite showroom and mill located in Kansas City MO.


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