Local Night Transport Driver
To safely and efficiently load fuel at a regional supply Terminal, then deliver to company stores and customer locations. Operating a Class A CDL, tanker truck while complying with all State and Federal regulations governing the transport and delivery of hazardous materials.
Blarney Castle Oil Driver Qualifications:
- High school diploma or GED combined with successful completion of driver training certification from an accredited technical school or specialty driving program, combined with a minimum of 2-4 years of experience operating comparable heavy haul equipment (loads in excess of 100,000 lbs.) The majority of our fleet is equipped with a 13 speed manual transmission.
- Must possess and maintain a valid Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with required endorsements to operate a motor vehicle over 26,000 pounds. Endorsements include Air Brake, Tanker, Hazardous Materials and Manual Transmission.
- Must complete all procedures necessary to maintain the Class A CDL, including completion of an annual physical and maintenance of a valid Medical Card. Registration with the FMSCA Drug and Alcohol Clearing House. Submit to and pass a random drug and alcohol test, and annual review of Motor Vehicle Driving Record (MVR). Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) is required at some Terminal locations.
- Maintain Hazardous Materials Certification through the required training every 3 years.
- Basic math skills to add and subtract fuel inventory levels, and the ability to calculate tank volumes utilizing fluid levels and tank diameter conversion charts.
- Good communication skills and the ability to interact with other drivers, dispatchers, and store employees.
- Sound, mature judgment and ability to operate safely at all times.
Pay and Benefits:
- Four medical insurance plan options to best meet your individual needs with F.S.A. and H.S.A.
- Vision and dental insurance
- Company paid life insurance
- 401k with company match
- Company provided uniforms
- Local routes/home daily
- Night shift premium
- Sign on bonus after 90 days of employment
- Paid time off
- Company paid short and long term disability insurance
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Annual merit increases based on performance
DECISION MAKING AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY:
The Driver selects the best route for each delivery, considering road conditions and access to unloading areas. Follows company safety and operating procedures as well as traffic laws at all times. State and federal regulations govern responses to fuels spills. Independent decision making and the ability to safely react to vehicle break downs.