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DRIVER JOB DESCRIPTION – PART A

The following is a description of what daily and overall functions are to be performed by any person with the job title of "Truck Driver":

· Must perform 10 hours of driving time per day

· Must be able to drive 7 days a week

· Must be able to sit for 10 hours a day

· Must be capable of repetitive bending

· Must be capable of lifting up to 100 pounds or more

· Must comply with all D.O.T. and Company required paperwork

· Must be literate in reading and writing skills

· Must be on time with load deliveries

· Must be able to tell time

· Must be able to distinguish the different time zone areas

· Must be able to maintain a professional attitude and be cooperative

· Must maintain a neat, clean appearance of themselves

· Must maintain a neat, clean appearance of the equipment

· Must be mechanically inclined in brake adjustment, fueling and fluids

· Must comply with all D.O.T., Federal, State and Company regulation

· Must be, if applicable, knowledgeable in hazardous materials

· Must be able to load and unload freight, capable of excessive manual labor

· Must meet all company requirements for qualification

· Must have company required experience with applicable equipment; such as:

hopper, dry van, reefer, tanker, flatbed, or other specific types

· Must be physically able to, but not limited to, climb in and out of tractors and trailers on a repetitive basis

· Must be able to, but not limited to, climb on and off tractors and trailers on a

repetitive basis

· Must possess a valid, class A CDL in state of domicile

· Must possess a current, valid D.O.T. physical

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