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Smith Frozen Foods, Inc

Truck Drivers



Job Description
JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Title: Shuttle Truck Driver

Status: Exempt

Wage: $14-$17 per hour DOE.

JOB SUMMARY:
Drive 10 wheel truck to shuttle product from between upper and lower warehouse. Occasional trips to Milton-Freewater.

Job Description: Shuttle Truck Driver

Primary Responsibilities:
• Drives 10 wheel truck, applying knowledge of commercial driving regulations.
• Maneuvers truck into loading or unloading position, following signals from loading crew as needed.
• Inspects truck before and after trips and submits report indicating truck condition.
• Loads or unloads, or assists in loading and unloading truck.
• Performs routine duties with minimal supervision.
• Comply with all safety policies, practices and procedures. Report all unsafe activities to Supervisor and/or Human Resources
• Participate in proactive team efforts to achieve departmental and company goals.
• Perform other duties as assigned

Job Specification:

At least 21 years of age.
Must have Class “A” CDL license
Pre-employment drug test


Qualifications:

• Minimum 3 months experience
• A commercial driver’s license.
• Clean MVR









About Smith Frozen Foods, Inc
Smith Frozen Foods is a family owned company started in 1919 by Albert Smith. Through the generations the company was eventually purchased by Gordon and Sharon Smith. With a desire to keep the business with the family Gordon left his law career, rolled up his sleeves, and brought a successful company to a whole new level. With increased productivity and cold storage Smith Frozen Foods now produces over 130 million pounds of product specializing in peas, corn, carrots, and lima beans. With a processing facility that is in nature’s back yard we are able to bring these wonderful vegetables from ground to freezer in minimal time preserving the freshness you deserve.


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