Class A Driver Demolition

Class A Driver Demolition
Reports to Transportation Coordinator

Nature of Work
Under general supervision, the employee drives a company owned semi-truck weighing more than two tons. The semi and end dump trailer is used to transport various materials and/or equipment to various locations. The combined weight of semi-truck and trailer is up to eighty thousand pounds.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Perform pre-trip and post-trip inspections logging the inspection on the Driver Vehicle Inspection Report (D.V.I.R) each day and turning in the D.V.I.R. daily at the end of the shift.
  • Prepare your Drivers Log Book each day completing a 7-day sheet and turning it in at the end of each week to your supervisor.
  • Completing a Journey Management Plan (JMP) for each trip staying on designated JMP to and from locations and reporting to dispatch when you need to deviate from said JMP.
  • Loading material for shipment on flatbeds, containers or end-dumps making sure cargo load is secure before transporting.
  • Unloading material from trucks or trailers using manual labor or equipment (if qualified operator & possess certification).
  • Dump material into proper categories into proper areas.
  • Cleaning and checking equipment for general housekeeping, preventive maintenance, and safety hazards.
  • Perform other job duties as assigned by Supervisor or Manager
  • Active Listening-Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
  • Reading Comprehension-Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents and safety instructions such as but not limited to instructions to pick up load or drop off load.
  • Must be able to Spot Equipment out in the field or in the yard standing for long periods of time.
  • Coordination-Adjusting where to drive to next to pick up load.
  • Time Management-Managing one’s own time staying on schedule and the time of others while being safe and efficient.
  • Reporting delays of more than 5 minutes to dispatch through the day when they occur.

Minimum Qualifications
Must be able to read and comprehend Safety manuals/material and task instructions. Must possess and maintain a valid Class A driver license and be auto insurable. Must have doubles endorsement and Hazmat. Must be auto insurable to stay on company auto insurance. Must be able to hookup to and disconnect truck to trailer. Must be able to secure load using binders, straps, or tarps. Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds. Must be able to sit for long periods of time driving. Must be able to stand for long periods of time and walk on uneven surfaces out in the field.

Physical Demands
Rarely = Less than 1%
Occasionally = 1% to 33% 
Frequently = 34% to 65%
Continually = 66% to 100%

  • Continually Sitting for long periods of time.
  • Continually Standing /Walking for long periods of time (sometimes on uneven surfaces).
  • Continually Stooping/Crouching, Reaching and Twisting/Turning.
  • Continually Climbing ladder or steps of truck or trailer.
  • Continually use Leg/foot to drive truck.
  • Continually Handling/Grasping and pushing/pulling items.
  • Continually making repetitive motions such as but not limited to shifting gears in semi-truck.
  • Continually will operate equipment/tools/vehicles.
  • Frequently works in extreme weather (cold or hot temperatures) at times depending on time of year (climate).
  • Frequently must secure the load using binders, chains, straps, or tarps.
  • Frequently Lifting/carrying or otherwise transporting materials up to 50 pounds.
  • Continually use PPE as needed such but not limited to FR clothing or coverall, Respirator, H2S monitor, hardhat, safety glasses, safety vest, steel toe boots.
  • Occasionally may be exposed to hazardous conditions.
  • Occasionally this position must work extended hours (up to 12 hours in a shift).
  • Must be able to work Monday through Saturday and work out of town.