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Please Read Before Applying Class B driver Needed Must has Roll Off Exp



Job Description
Class B Drivers
Growing Company in the City of Commerce has a current opening for a Class B Drivers for the Day shift temp to hire position.
Duties include:
A. Class B Driver must have three (3) years of previous experience driving as a Class B driver
B. Should have 3 years of continuous driving experience driving a Bobtail truck
C. And/or a roll-off truck
D. Applicants must have a valid Class B Driver license or Class A
E. Applicants must have current medical card
F. This position requires employees with good attendance and to be punctual
G. Company pays sick pay and holiday pay
H. Theirs is opportunity for growth, within the company and depending on the employee’s job performance.
I. All hired employees will be required to take, and successfully pass, a drug screen and
Background check
This is an excellent opportunity for an outgoing person who is willing to grow with a company.








About West Coast Staffing
West Coast Staffing was first opened in 2010. We have provided staffing services to a wide array of locations, all throughout California. Through the last few years we have expanded to 4 locations. Our ethics are a critical building block of our business. Our own success is based on adherence to the highest ethical standards; long-term client relationships, the ability to identify top candidates, and the high-quality professional development of WCS professionals protecting the confidentiality and interests of clients and candidates.


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