Polaris Industries Class C Fleet Driver in San Jose, California
Fleet Driver – Class C
Transamerican Auto Parts is a multi-national, multi-channel distributor (retail, Wholesale, e-commerce and catalog) of aftermarket automotive parts as well as a manufacturer of several branded product lines. We are looking for an
EXPERIENCED Class C Fleet Driver to join our team!
Class C Fleet Driver will be responsible for operating company vehicles making deliveries and pickups according to the scheduled route and instructions given by the Driver Supervisor (DS). The Class B Fleet Driver will also be responsible for inspecting the equipment; operating it in compliance with the Safety rules, local and federal laws, DOT rules and regulations and company policies and procedures.
Driver must keep credentials up-to-date and have them in possession at all times (Driver’s license & medical exam card);
Driver must update their information with the Fleet department, informing on all changes;
Daily Equipment Inspection
Be on time at the report for duty location;
Completes a FMCSA compliant Pre-trip inspection every morning, before leaving the terminal yard.
Completes a FMCSA compliant Post trip inspection at the end of every shift and complete the Daily Vehicle Inspection Report.
Notifies your Driver Supervision If you notice any equipment defects or issues;
Brings all Inspection forms to the Driver Supervision to be filed;
Hour of Service
Driver is responsible to comply with all FMCSA Hours of Service regulations;
All logbooks shall be turned in at the end of the shift;
Drives safe and courteous following the truck routes;
Back up and maneuver the equipment cautiously being aware of any obstacles or possible dangers;
Keep the cab area clean and orderly at all times;
Operate safely and point out any issue/problem to the DS to be fixed;
Pickups and Deliveries
Be on time for all work assignments – contact the DS for any delays.
Check the freight before delivery checking:
If delayed at delivery or pickup notify DS.
Making sure all bills are signed correctly (quantities, products, destination, weight, pallet count, etc.) – notify DS of any discrepancies;
Hand load & unload product as necessary.
Load/unload by pallet jack as necessary.
Report immediately any damage made to our equipment by shippers or consignees while loading/unloading.
Turn in all paperwork upon arrival back at the terminal and give originals to the DS;
Contact the DS if any shortage or damaged freight;
Employee shall comply with all responsibilities as outlined within the Safety Manual;
Employee shall comply with all responsibilities as outlined within Driver Handbook;
Keep 3 straps in the truck at all times;
Secure all freight at all times;
Comply with all FMCSA Cargo Securement regulations;
Reports Directly To
Fleet Manager (compliance issues)
Driver Supervisor (dispatch issues and schedule)
- Performs others duties instructed by your supervisor;
Must have a Class C (Straight Truck 26K+) driver license;
Must have a Current Medical Card (must be physically fit to drive);
Compliance with all applicable laws and regulations pertaining to driving a commercial truck and with all Transamerican Auto Parts, LLC company policies;
Must have general knowledge of trucks and trailers;
Ability to load or unload by hand a maximum of 100lbs;
Ability to load or unload by pallet jack a maximum of 2,000lbs (may be reduced subject to circumstantial conditions);
Ability to follow directions and established procedures;
In addition to a great compensation plan, we offer a wide range of benefits, including: medical & dental insurance; vision plan; 401(k) Plan; paid holidays; paid vacation; paid sick time; employee purchase program; and many other perks.
To learn more about us, visit: http://transamericanautoparts.com/
Transamerican Auto Parts is an equal opportunity employer, and is proud of our diverse employee population. Employment offers include a requirement for successful completion of a background investigation, and pre-employment drug screening. We use E-Verify to determine employment eligibility for all new employees. E-Verify is a joint effort among employers, the U.S. Social Security Administration (“SSA”) and U.S. Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”).
EOE Minorities / Females / Protected Veterans / Disabled